21 June 2017
PUTRAJAYA: Employers’ lukewarm response in applying for E-kads (enforcement cards) for their illegal foreign workers is disappointing, with the Immigration director-general warning employers and workers that they will face the brunt of the law once the June 30 deadline is over.
1 June 2017
PUTRAJAYA: Indulging in sex work while masquerading as spa therapists and reflexologists is one of the most frequent “crimes” committed by foreigners here.
23 May 2017
CAMERON HIGHLANDS: The High Level Committee On Illegal Cultivation and Restoration of Cameron Highlands has decided to reconsider applications for Temporary Occupational Licenses (TOL) submitted by illegal farmers, which were previously rejected by the Pahang government.
20 May 2017
SHAH ALAM: There is no excuse for cops to commit crime, says Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
19 May 2017
KUALA LUMPUR: It was a cat-and-mouse game between the authorities and illegal foreign workers during Operasi Tapak at a construction site in Jalan Khidmat Usaha near Sri Hartamas here.
4 May 2017
Yangon (AFP) - Police are hunting five gem scavengers who discovered a huge jade boulder at a mine in northern Myanmar after a senior regulatory official accused them of leading an attempt to steal it.
11 April 2017
PETALING JAYA: The Home Ministry is investigating how illegal immigrants ended up having Enforcement Cards (E-Cards) without registering with the rehiring programme.
10 April 2017
Deputy Home Minister Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed has urged illegal immigrants to hand over their Enforcement Cards (E-Cards) immediately if the cards were wrongly issued.
10 April 2017
The depreciating ringgit is making foreigners think twice about taking up dirty and dangerous jobs in Malaysia. Businesses must automate.
5 April 2017
SERDANG: The Immigration Department has frozen assets worth at least RM25mil belonging to several industrial sector employers for hiring and harbouring illegal foreign workers.