Kuwait: Deported Gulf National’s Return Raises Security Questions on Biometrics

The Ministry of Interior is currently investigating how an individual from an undisclosed Gulf nation, who had previously been deported after serving time in jail, managed to re-enter Kuwait despite having his biometric fingerprints registered in the system, according to a report by Al-Anba Daily.

A reliable security source revealed that the suspect was arrested during a security inspection in the Nahda area and was held in custody as authorities sought to determine how he had returned to the country.

When questioned about the means of his reentry, the accused was uncooperative with security personnel. This raised suspicions of potential collusion involving an employee at a landport who may have facilitated his return following his prior deportation.


Arab Times

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