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Anyone entering or leaving must disclose more than 3,000 dinars

Suleiman Al-Fahad, Director General of Customs, said electronic disclosure is one of the pillars to facilitate traveler procedures and is automatically activated in accordance with Law No. 106 of 2013 on Money Laundering. rice field. Terrorist financing and its enforcement rules are easily and conveniently electronically available to travelers and are disclosed electronically in advance without the need for paper transactions to save time and enhance security measures. Is supposed to be done. False declarations lead to legal action by customs authorities.

He created all instructions through the display panel by the government on all electronic channels and on-site to promote compliance and commitment from all travelers and is implemented for all travelers entering and leaving Kuwait. He added that he complies with and requires compliance with existing customs procedures. Pass through customs smoothly and enjoy a safe trip.

He discloses to customs authorities what he owns regarding negotiable financial instruments in currency or 3,000 dinars or equivalent foreign currencies for all who enter or leave through various ports in Kuwait. He added that he had to do it.

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