However, it all boils down to how effective enforcement of the law is, says N Sivananthan.
The President says large number of non-citizens have taken advantage of the country's generous public health programme.
Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin says the card will cost applicants RM120 and is renewable every three years.
Penang CM Chow Kon Yeow advises people to be wary of such activities following frequent complaints.
They say such birth certificates can be abused and used to obtain citizenship at a later stage.
This follows the recent case where cops busted a syndicate offering MyKads and birth certificates for sale in Semporna.
Thousands of undocumented migrants will be deported to their home countries very soon.
Tenaganita says a more holistic approach must include a comprehensive programme to weed out perpetrators and clean up the enforcement agencies.
PBS Supreme Council member Arthur Sen says reports of technical committee set up following royal inquiry have been classified as secret.
Warisan leaders and the home ministry believe syndicates are involved in selling fake forms to desperate illegal immigrants hoping for citizenship.
The state government will cut off their water and electricity supply.
State executive councillor says will act against owner of BM site where okra powder had been dumped, despite previous action against the same owner, and others who disregard the law.
The prime minister says Operasi Gading discovered that 5,580 acres of government land was being illegally cultivated and that 88% of it has since been recovered.
Authorities must take action against illegal developers and implement stricter laws to protect forest reserves in the country.
BNM officers alongside police and immigration raid 8 money changing and remittance business premises in central Kuala Lumpur.
News of the deaths in the states of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand has trickled in over the past three days.
Airbnb's spokeswoman says the terms set by city hall 'are inefficient, disproportionate and against European regulations'.
Operators constantly change the domain and website names in order to keep the service active, says an agent.
Abraham-Joseph is in custody in Georgia and faces deportation proceedings in federal immigration courts.
The part-time spinner's action was flagged by match officials, citing concerns about its legality, after the match in Sydney.
Uber currently operates in Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt and Duesseldorf in full compliance with German laws.
Deputy Home Minister Mohd Azis Jamman says this is to prevent illegal immigrants from deliberately overstaying after their passes expire.
The illegal operations destroyed the forest through clearing, polluted rivers through the use of mercury, and threatened the survival of some indigenous communities.
Federal authorities have opened an investigation over the illegal Nazi slogan chants.