Immigration DG: Employers participating in Labour Recalibration Plan must ensure they are not blacklisted for immigration offences


PUTRAJAYA: Employers who want to participate in the Labour Recalibration Plan for undocumented migrants must ensure they are not blacklisted for immigration offences, says Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud.

The Immigration director-general said applications can be submitted starting Monday (Nov 16).

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