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PETALING JAYA: An Australian expatriate suggested using the MySejahtera app to allow foreigners to request for an extension of their social visit passes in light of the movement control order.
Thailand is making necessary preparations, including stringent Covid-19 screening at its border entry points, as the kingdom prepares for its nationals who are stranded in Malaysia to return home.
FROM RONALD MOONEY , Penang
GEORGE TOWN: Foreign embassies in Malaysia are ready to help foreigners with expired social visit passes who are facing difficulties travelling back home. Honorary consul-general of Fiji in Penang Datuk Cha Hoo Peng said the embassies were willing to help anyone facing issues regardless of which country they are from.
PUTRAJAYA: Foreigners whose social visit passes have expired but can not leave Malaysia by April 21 can appeal to have their stay extended to sort out travel arrangements, Home Minister Datuk Hamzah Zainudin said.
Expired social visitor pass holders who can't leave by April 21 can apply for special pass to extend stay, says Home Minister
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Foreigners with expired social visit passes who are having difficulties returning to their country of origin could request for a special pass to extend their stay in the country but it would need to be supported by their respective embassies.
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.
PUTRAJAYA: Foreigners whose social visit passes expired during the movement control order (MCO) period can go to Immigration offices to get their passes extended, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): A total of 130 illegal immigrants, mostly from nations on the African continent, were nabbed in two raids in Kajang and Puchong Friday (June 15) night.