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Rehiring programme ends

PETALING JAYA: More than 150,000 illegal foreign workers and 45,000 employers have been registered under the rehiring program­me which ended on Thursday.


MEF: Plan for bosses of illegals not workable

PETALING JAYA: The Government’s rehiring programme to allow companies to go online to obtain valid work permits for their illegal workers is not feasible said the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF).


Zahid Hamidi: All illegal workers to go before 1.5 million Bangladeshi arrive

TAWAU: All illegal foreign workers will be returned to their countries of origin before the approximately 1.5 million workers from Bangladesh are brought into Malaysia, said Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.


Govt confident of registering 1.2 million illegals in 10 days

PUTRAJAYA: The government is confident of registering 1.2 million illegal foreign workers under the Illegal Immigrant Comprehensive Settlement Programme (6P) in 10 days, said Home Ministry secretary-general Tan Sri Mahmood Adam.


Around a million illegals have yet to take up amnesty offer

BUTTERWORTH: An estimated one million illegal foreign workers have yet to register under the country's legalisation and amnesty exercise.


2,424 illegal workers at factory found without valid work permits

A maximum RM121.2mil in fines alone.This is what a rubber glove manufacturer in Klang may have to pay for having 2,424 illegal foreign workers.


Immigration Dept: It’s unfair to blame us for crackdown

PETALING JAYA: Don’t blame the authorities for the crackdown on illegal foreign workers, says the Immigration Department.


MEF: Move will help overcome worker shortage

PETALING JAYA: Allowing employers with illegal foreign workers to continue hiring them will help overcome the shortage of workers – a problem many have long struggled to resolve.


MTUC wants RCI on foreign worker issue

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Trades Union Congress has hailed the Government’s decision to freeze the intake of foreign workers, but it still wants investigations into the widespread problem of illegal foreign workers.


Good time to legalise illegal workers

KUALA LUMPUR: The Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) has suggested that illegal foreign workers be allowed to work legally by paying the current rate of levy.