Get Stuff Done In Kuwait



I have returned from my self imposed hibernation deeply frustrated by the lack of reliable information on how to navigate through the basic government procedure. Majority of the expat population is from the Indian subcontinent and even the educated among them struggle when communicating in local language. Arab expats certainly has an advantage. It is disappointing that the country that was in the forefront of many technological and cultural advancements are now lagging far behind their regional counterparts.  While I do agree that it is necessary for one to learn the local language of any country they are residing, I wish the government would make it easier for expats to serve themselves. A digital revolution is needed to revamp the outdated government websites and reduce parasitic middlemen.

Till then we have to rely on good samaritians to guide us to though the sludge. Look out posts marked with the above banner.

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