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Immigration Dept explaining levy move

GOMBAK: The Immigration Department is engaging with employer associations to clarify the move to force bosses to pay the annual levy of foreign workers.

Buck up or be axed, vendor told

PUTRAJAYA: The vendor hired to operate the facial recognition system at Malaysia’s entry points has been told to buck up or face the axe.

Immigration Dept must be notified, according to procedure

PETALING JAYA: By right, all undocumented foreign workers seeking treatment at hospitals and health clinics must be reported to the Immigration Department, according to a Health Ministry circular.

Reforms at Immigration Dept to curb bribery attempts

PUTRAJAYA: The Immigration Department has pledged to carry out administrative reforms to reduce the possibility of foreigners paying its officers to be allowed to enter the country.

Immigration Dept going after agents sneaking in foreign nationals

KUALA LUMPUR: The Immigration Department will go after agents, masterminds and syndicates sneaking in foreign nationals illegally via the country's main entry points.

Immigration Department detains two behind passport scam

JOHOR BARU: The Immigration Department has detained two men, an Indonesian and a local, for dishing out “flying passports” and falsifying foreign worker permits in the city area here.

Two held over ‘flying passports’ and fake work permits

JOHOR BARU: The Immigration Department has detained two men, one of them Indonesian, for being involved in syndicates making “flying passports” and falsifying foreign worker permits.

Immigration Dept to start freezing assets of employers who protect illegal foreign workers

SEPANG: The Immigration Department will start freezing the assets of employers in the industrial sector who hire and protect illegal foreign workers from next month.

Online passport application to resume Sept 1

JOHOR BARU: The online system for application and renewal of passports, which is expected to resume on Thursday, will ease the congestion at Immigration offices with processing time likely to be reduced to less than an hour.

Woman claims father works at Bukit Aman to avoid car being towed

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