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Sunday, September 22, 2019

Tag: Immigration Department

Immigration aims to nab 1,500 illegals every day

Foreign workers without valid documents will be forced to return, but those with expired documents can be rehired, explains Immigration DG.

Barring me from travelling clear-cut abuse, say Pua

DAP lawmaker files affidavit challenging travel ban saying he was questioned by police as a witness and not a suspect. 

‘Most of the data in fake MyKads come from Sabah’

Source familiar with issue of fake MyKads says syndicates use data from Sabah Mykads.

Imigresen ikut prosedur kemuka pasport kepada anak model

Pasport baharu dikemukakan selepas pasport lama dilapor hilang dan dibatalkan.

Syndicate exposed in Cameron Highlands

Home Ministry’s investigations reveal a foreign workers’ scam syndicate that is bringing in thousands of workers.

Govt to answer merits of citizenship case

Navin Moorthy, 16, born in Malaysia to a Malaysian father and a Filipina mother is denied citizenship on the grounds that he is illegitimate.

Shame on Zahid and Immigration Dept

Interpol's revelation shows we're definitely not world class, as the minister has claimed.

Immigration Dept under probe over stolen passports

The investigation will give special attention to the department's KLIA branch for allowing passengers with stolen passports to board the missing plane.

Archived: Immigration claims services improved but visitors beg to differ

While visitors to the immigration department are complaining of poor services, the department claim their services have improved and their staff have been trained to be people friendly.

No visa privilege for foreign Muslim nationals

Deputy Home Minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar clarifies that the claim by Palestinian envoy Abdelaziz Abughosh is inaccurate.

Archived: Bersih to meet Immigration Dept DG next week

Meeting will discuss the issue of the cancellation of 6,000 Malaysian passports.

Barred from Sabah: Nurul plans legal action

The PKR vice president is in discussions with her lawyers to haul the Sabah government to court for barring her entry into the state

Archived: Hindu temples face priest shortage

Hindu temples in the country are again grappling with shortage of qualified Hindu priests to conduct prayers and rituals.

Archived: Ex-IGP: 6P encourages human trafficking

Musa Hassan also says former minster Mohd Radzi Sheikh Ahmad cannot claim ignorance of the operations of the company in which he is a director.

Archived: CCTV exposes 6P agents abusing foreign workers

Two videos allegedly showed Bangladeshi workers being slapped and attacked by the government-appointed 6P agents.

Bersih sees red over ‘bizzare’ episode

The steering committee has expressed incredulity that its Sabah-born member was barred from entering the state and pens a letter to the IGP and immigration department.

Two more Bersih leaders stopped at airports

This time around steering committee members K Arumugam and Toh Kin Woon were delayed at the LCCT and KLIA airports respectively.

Stopped at KLIA: Ambiga cries harassment

The Bersih leader was stopped for about 10 minutes by immigration officers without giving any reason.

Waytha: I am being bullied in my own country

Hindraf leader says he will not retract police report as the charge of him being a national threat is a serious one.

Archived: Waytha files report over travel ban

Hindraf chairman P Waythamoorthy named the home minister, IGP and immigration director-general in his report.

Archived: Free from ISA, but still in shackles

Bio-chemist Yazid Suffat, who was arrested for allegedly harbouring terrorists linked to the Sept 11 attack, believes that he was held for his expertise.

6P or not, cops continue crack down

PETALING JAYA: The 6P amnesty programme to register legal and illegal foreign workers in the country has allegedly failed to stop the police from...

UNHCR allays deportation fears

Its spokesperson says that the Home Ministry confirmed that it had no intention of deporting UNHCR card holders who register under the 6P programme.

No order for refugees to register

Hishammuddin Hussein denies that his ministry issued an order for UNHCR card holders to register under the 6P amnesty programme.