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Technology vs corruption: The Immigration Department’s director-general shares with Sunday Star how illegal activities were uncovered in his department and how new systems will help reduce situations where power could be abused.
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have busted six private parties in the Dang Wangi and Wangsa Maju areas since December 1, says Kuala Lumpur police chief Comm Datuk Saiful Azly Kamaruddin.
PUTRAJAYA: The Immigration Department has denied not taking action against immigrants who set up squatter settlements in the outskirts of towns in Sabah.
PUTRAJAYA: The labour recalibration plan only allows bosses to legalise foreign workers who are already under their employment and new hirings that are taken from immigration depots, the immigration authorities clarify.
PUTRAJAYA: The Immigration Department expects between 200,000 and 250,000 illegal immigrants to take part in the labour recalibration and repatriation recalibration plans - the government’s latest initiative to reduce the number of undocumented foreigners in the country.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Almost 3,500 Immigration Department officers had undergone Covid-19 screening as of Nov 25, with 3,000 of them quarantined and 20 being treated after testing positive.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Immigration Department has denied a report by a local newspaper entitled "200,000 warga asing bolos" (200,000 foreigners escaped), claiming that it is untrue and unsubstantiated.
PUTRAJAYA: Acknowledging that getting department heads to cooperate to act against corruption and power abuse is tough, and graft busters are giving the thumbs-up to the Immigration director-general for his role in crippling a syndicate that offered stamping facilities to foreign workers and illegal immigrants.Datuk Seri Azam Baki, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner, said Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud gave his full cooperation in investigating the case.
PUTRAJAYA: The syndicate providing Immigration “stamping facilities” to foreign workers and illegal immigrants is believed to have raked in RM14.5mil in payments over the four years it has been operating.
PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has thanked Immigration director-general Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud for his assistance that led to the crippling of a syndicate invovled in abusing the use of the department’s entry and exit stamp for foreign workers and illegal immigrants.