Thankful to friendly Immigration staff at KLIA

AS a university graduate in Nepal, I am heartbroken to say that there are simply not enough jobs in my country. The moment I graduated, I was already in debt. I had to make the hard decision of leaving the comfort of my home and loved ones to work in another country to pay off the debt and also provide for my family.

It was not even a choice, and thousands of people in my country will also do the same because of the economic conditions there.

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