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PUTRAJAYA: The annual National Day parade – an event that draws thousands of Malaysians – will not be held this year but side programmes are likely to go on with standard operating procedure (SOP) in place, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.No National Day parade this year
IT was a huge relief when the news broke that foreign spouses of Malaysians and their children can return to Malaysia.
PETALING JAYA: Foreign spouses of Malaysians and their children will be allowed to return to Malaysia but they must first obtain permission from the Immigration Department.
IPOH: A pregnant Filipina woman who faced issues applying for a long-term social visit pass (LTSVP) or "spouse visa" has been issued a special pass by the Immigration Department, allowing her to remain in the country for a further 30 days.
IPOH: A Filipina married to a Malaysian has been instructed by the Immigration Department to return to her home country before she can come back here to apply for a long-term social visit pass (LTSVP) or ‘spouse visa’.
PETALING JAYA: Only foreign spouses holding the long-term social visit pass (LTSVP), also known as the “spouse visa”, can enter the country during the movement control order (MCO).
PETALING JAYA: Bukit Aman will always be vigilant against any terror elements to ensure the safety and security of the coun-try, says Tan Sri Noor Rashid Ibrahim.
Foreign militants are sneaking into the country, biding their time by marrying local women or conducting businesses while they wait to strike. But they may just be copying two Indonesians who had sought refuge in Malaysia, only to be found to be members of the Jemaah Islamiyah terror group. This comes even as the latest deportation of Egyptians by police raised concerns of human rights abuse.