Indian travelers should plan their arrival in Kuwait to be at least 30 days after receiving their eVisa. They can use this online visa to enter Kuwait by air, road, or sea.
Upon reaching border controls, they must provide their passport, printed eVisa, and GCC residency permit for inspection before being granted entry into the country. The holder of the valid GCC residency permit must accompany their dependents (spouse, children, or domestic helpers) when they enter the country.
Indian passengers transiting through Kuwait do not need the eVisa as long as they remain in the International Transit Area in Kuwait International Airport. If they would like to briefly exit the airport for some quick sightseeing, shopping, or meet any relative, they will be obliged to have the eVisa previously granted and return to the airport with plenty of time before their connecting flight.
Indian tourists already in Kuwait can request an eVisa extension. They must simply have the reference number to their original eVisa form available when applying.