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International vice ring working with four-star hotels

PETALING JAYA: A prostitution ring busted by the Immigration Department had been operating in cahoots with certain hotels, says Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali.

338 foreign workers detained after factory raid in Cyberjaya

PETALING JAYA: A total of 338 foreigners were detained after immigration officers raided a factory in Cyberjaya, says Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali.

"Most were detained for using temporary foreign worker permit (PLKS) belonging to different companies,” said Mustafar.

18 foreign women nabbed in budget hotels

PETALING JAYA: Immigration officers arrested 20 people, including 18 foreign women, believed to be involved in prostitution during raids at Puchong and Sunway Mentari.

20 arrested, including 18 foreign women for suspected prostitution

PETALING JAYA: Immigration officers arrested 20 people, including 18 foreign women believed to be involved in prostitution during raids at Puchong and Sunway Mentari.

Nabbed: Mongolian and other women offered as prostitutes in PJ & SJ via WeChat

PETALING JAYA: An international prostitution ring, which charged up to RM450 for a 45-minute sex romp, has been busted after the arrests of 26 women and their handlers.

Employers: No clue on how to hire foreign workers

PETALING JAYA: Employers and industry players want the Government to provide more clarity on the new hiring programme for foreign workers.

Immigration Dept rescues 65 Bangladeshis in Nilai

PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Immigration Department rescued 65 Bangladeshis believed to be human trafficking victims in Bandar Baru Nilai, Negri Sembilan on Tuesday (Sept 4).

‘Citizenship form’ claims probed

KOTA KINABALU: A police investigation is under way over viral reports that illegal immigrants in Sabah are filling up citizenship forms with the supposed blessing of the government to make them Malaysians.

Over 500 illegals held in crackdown

SEPANG: Over 500 illegal immigrants were detained during the Immigration Depart­ment’s crackdown following the end of the 3+1 amnesty programme.

Busted: An immigration officer checking the identity cards of the workers at the glove manufacturing factory in Sepang.
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More than 500 illegal immigrants rounded up since end of amnesty programme

SEPANG: More than 500 illegal immigrants have been rounded up since the end of the 3+1 amnesty programme, said Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali.

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