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Ahmad Zahid: Immigration Dept collects RM3.9bil as of Dec 1

MIRI: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said the Immigration Department collected revenue-totalling RM3.9bil for the period Jan 1 until Dec 1, this year.

Transfer to Immigration Dept is temporary, says ex-MACC deputy chief

PETALING JAYA: Former Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) deputy chief commissioner (prevention) Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali has insisted that his transfer to the Immigration Department was temporary.

Immigration Dept willing to work with Indons

The state Immigration Department is ready to assist Indonesian consulate officials in deporting their nationals who are caught for vice but they must follow Malaysian deportation regulations.

Immigration dept office at UTC Malacca to open over the weekend

PUTRAJAYA: The Immigration Department office at the Malacca Urban Transformation centre (UTC) will be in operation on July 9 and 10 from 8.30am until 5pm.

Pleasant surprise at Immigration Dept

APPRECIATIVE of Kuala Lumpur thanks the Immigration Department for this excellent customer service.

Made to feel like a foreigner at Immigration Dept

Writes Baffled of Kota Kinabalu.

EPF sends 548 blacklisted names of company directors to Immigration Dept

KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has handed over 548 names of company directors to the Immigration Department in the January-March 2013 period to prevent them from leaving the country after failing to settle arrears of their workers' EPF contribution.

Immigration dept goes after dance tutors

B>HONG KONG:/BImmigration officers are trying to nab ballroom dancing instructors from the mainland and eastern Europe who are earning up to HK$1,500 (RM738) an hour as private escorts for wealthy society women, it was reported yesterday.

Immigration dept’s hi-tech machines a boon to public

From DATUK NORDIN YUSOF of Subang Jaya

Court orders Immigration Dept to review case of Sunda 'princesses'

The Sessions Court has ordered the Sarawak Immigration Department to review the entire case involving the arrest of the two 'princesses of the Sunda Democratic Empire' who were found loitering in the buffer zone between Sarawak and Brunei more than a month ago.