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Illegal foreign workers continue to cost Sarawak millions of ringgit in levy

KUCHING: The failure of employers to legalise their foreign workers will continue to rob the state Immigration Department of millions of ringgit in levy.


Outsourcing companies: Let us register illegal workers

PETALING JAYA: Outsourcing companies are hoping that the Government will allow them to register illegal foreign workers who don’t have employers under the rehiring programme.


Many bosses sceptical about new scheme

PETALING JAYA: Mistrust over previous amnesty schemes may throw a spanner in the works in the latest rehiring programme for illegal foreign workers.


Immigration to act against employers harbouring illegal foreign workers

PETALING JAYA: The Immigration Department will begin a nationwide crackdown from Feb 15 on thousands of employers believed to be harbouring or employing illegal workers.


MTUC calls for action

KUCHING: Malaysian Trade Union Congress (MTUC) has called on the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry to stem the employment of illegal foreign workers in the state.


Malaysia to go slow on labour MoU

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia says it will go slow on signing an MoU with other countries on foreign labour until the issue involving illegal foreign workers is resolved.


Muhyiddin: Monitor illegal foreign workers in Malaysia

ROME: A special unit is needed to monitor the foreign workers and students still in Malaysia after their work permits or study visas expired, said the Deputy Prime Minister.


I didn’t say 40%, says Riot on illegal foreign workers

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Richard Riot has denied making any statement in the Dewan Rakyat that “40% of foreign workers in Malaysia are undocumented”.


79 illegal foreign workers nabbed in raid

ALOR SETAR: The Kedah Immigration Department rounded up 79 illegal immigrants for various offences at a mall here.


Businesses want illegal foreign workers legalised

KUALA LUMPUR: A group of business owners are calling on the Government to legalise their foreign workers who are currently employed without proper permits.