What are the possible immigration bans in Malaysia?
Make sure that there are no limitations from such organizations.:
- Inland Revenue Board (IRB),
- Insolvency department, National Registration Department (NRD),
- Employees Provident Fund (EPF),
- Royal Malaysian Customs (Business tax), Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM),
- The Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM),
- National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN),
- Court Order; and In addition,
- if it is necessary, the individual may refer to the Immigration Department of Malaysia
- The immigration officer’s decision at the time of release is FINAL.
- anyone who cannot demonstrate that they have the means to support themselves and their dependents (if any), or that they have a job lined up in advance, or who is likely to become a pauper or a burden on society;
- any person whose presence in Malaysia is dangerous to the community due to a mental condition, being mentally defective, or having a contagious or infectious disease;
How to remove the Immigration Ban in Malaysia?
The terms of return for non-citizens and permanent residents are as follows:
- The non-citizen is responsible for making sure he receives a passport that is still valid.
- Permanent Residents must make sure that the admission permit has a particular safety stamp.
How to check the status of the Immigration ban in Malaysia?
- Visit the website.
- Enter the ID number which is 12 digit number.
- Then check the details.
How much is the penalty fee?
- The Immigration Act 1959/63 (Act 155) Section 15 (4) imposes a fine of not less than RM10,000 or a term of imprisonment not to exceed 5 years, or both.