KUWAIT: Bangladeshi nationals queue up outside a school in Farwaniya which was turned into a center to receive applications wishing to avail the amnesty. - Photos by Yasser Al-Zayyat

KUWAIT: Bangladeshi nationals headed for the third day on Monday to centers set up by the Ministry of Interior to receive expatriates without valid residencies who are wishing to avail an amnesty allowing residency violators to leave the country between April 1 and April 30 without paying any fines or airfare with a chance to return to Kuwait later.

Today is the final day to receive Bangladeshi applicants, after which Indian will be able to apply on April 16 - 20, followed by Sri Lankans on April 21 - 25 and other nationalities on April 26 - 30. Egyptian nationals were received on April 6 - 10, following a five-day period to receive applicants form the Philippines. The Interior Ministry announced that 5,241 Egyptians applied to avail the amnesty on April 6 - 10, while over 2,000 Filipinos applied on April 1 - 5.

Violators are received from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm at the following locations: Male violators are received at Al-Muthanna primary school for boys, Farwaniya, block 1, street 122, while female violators are received at Farwaniya primary school for girls in Farwaniya, block 1, street 76.

Residency violators from all nationalities are also received in two difference locations in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh as follows: Female violators are received at Roufayda Al-Aslameya School - Block 4 - Street 200, while male violators are received at Naeem bin Masod School - Block 4 - Street 250.