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PETALING JAYA: A notice from several foreign missions in Malaysia advising their citizens with expired social visit passes to be prepared to leave by next week has left many scrambling for answers.Many of them have been stranded in Malaysia since early last year when the Covid-19 pandemic hit, and they were made to understand that they could stay in Malaysia for up to 14 working days until the end of the movement control order, which has not been lifted until now.
GEORGE TOWN: Friends and family members of foreigners who are in Penang on social visit passes are in the dark over instructions by their respective embassies telling them to leave the country before April 21.
PUTRAJAYA: Goh Leong Yeong - better known as Alvin Goh - who made headlines when he fled from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) headquarters last year will face money laundering charges amounting to RM2.14mil on Monday (April 12).
KOTA KINABALU: A group of 117 illegal immigrants were detained during an operation to weed out illegal immigrants at a squatter area in Sandakan district on Saturday (April 10).
TAPAH (Bernama): The Human Resources Ministry (KSM) will launch an e-wages system in the near future to ensure that all workers in the country, including foreign workers, are paid their salaries and wages as promised by employers.
PUTRAJAYA: The syndicate that hacked into the Immigration’s computer systems had the help of those who knew how to go about doing it without raising alarm by roping in those who had easy access to the data centre, revealed sources.
PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has arrested two Immigration officers and four others in connection with the hacking of the department's computer systems.
KUALA LUMPUR: More than one billion ringgit will be spent to replace the archaic Malaysian Immigration System (MyIMMs), which has become increasingly prone to hacking, says Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin.
KUALA LUMPUR: More than a billion ringgit will be spent to replace the archaic Malaysian Immigration System (MyIMMs) which has become increasingly prone to hacking, says Home Minister Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin.
KUALA LUMPUR: A day after the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) crippled a “project cartel” believed to involve government projects worth billions of ringgit, a syndicate involved in hacking into the Immigration Department’s system and selling forged foreign workers’ permits was busted with more that RM25mil worth of property and luxury items seized.