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IM.96(C) B/B6 Stamped on my passport in Malaysia

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asked on Jun 2, 2016 at 03:12
by   Naren Vema
edited on Jun 25, 2018 at 04:00
 
This post is regarding the IM.96(C) B/B6 stamped on my passport in Malaysia.

I've stayed in Malaysia for 6 Months from Aug-2010 to Dec-2010. I've been there on a visit visa valid for 1 year, but each visit must not be longer than 30 days. However, I've continued my stay for 6 months with valid extensions from the immigration. 

In December 2010 I came to India and went back to Malaysia, where at immigration they've stopped me and asked me to go back siting the multiple extensions on my 30 day limited visa. I agreed and they've stamped on my passport on the code "IM.96(C) B/B6 dated 13-DEC-2010" and I came back. 

Now, I've been getting few offers to work abroad and I'm afraid that this stamping might effect my chances in visa application. I need to understand what this stamp on my passport mean, does it have any effect on my future visa applications to any countries and if there's any such problem please suggest what shall be done to overcome them. 

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answered on Dec 28, 2016 at 21:08
by   Garv
edited Jan 3, 2017 at 08:21
 
@naren,

I got the same stamp. Can you tell me meaning of this stamp, if you know?

I am a IT professional and travel to different countries, please tell me how it would influence further travels to other countries or Malaysia.
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answered on Dec 28, 2016 at 22:09
by   vvvkpc
edited Jan 3, 2017 at 08:11
 
IM/96 (c) and B/B6

33. Removal of persons unlawfully remaining in Malaysia
(1) Where the presence of any person in Malaysia is unlawful by reason of section 9, 15 or 60 the person shall, whether or not any proceedings are taken against him in respect of any offence against this Act, be removed from Malaysia by order of the Director General.

(2) Any person in respect of whom an order of removal has been made under subsection (1) may appeal to the Minister* in such manner and within such time as may be prescribed:

Provided that there shall be no appeal under this subsection against an order of removal under subsection (1) made in respect of any person whose presence in Malaysia is unlawful under section 9 by reason of any order made under paragraph 9(1)(a) or by reason of the cancellation of a Pass or Permit under paragraph 9(1)(b) or 9(1)(c) respectively, or is unlawful under paragraph 15(1)(c) or section 60 by reason of the expiry of any Pass relating to or issued to him.

34. Detention of persons ordered to be removed
(1) Where any person is ordered to be removed from Malaysia under this Act, such person may be detained in custody for such period as may be necessary for the purpose of making arrangements for his removal:

Provided that any person detained under this subsection who appeals under subsection 33(2) against the order of removal may, in the discretion of the Director General, be released, pending the determination of his appeal, on such conditions as to furnishing security or otherwise as the Director General may deem fit.
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answered on Dec 28, 2016 at 22:23
by   NotKpc
edited Jan 3, 2017 at 08:09
 
Pakistani gets RM10,000 fine for overstay

June 10, 2014, Tuesday

KOTA KINABALU: The Sessions Court here yesterday convicted four foreigners for separate immigration offences under the Immigration Act 1959/63.

In the first case, Judge Hafizi Abdul Halim imposed a fine of RM10,000, in default, five months’ jail on Wajid Ali, 22, and a fine of RM800, in default, two months’ jail on Shamsul Ul Qamar, 30.

Wajid, a Pakistani, pleaded guilty to overstaying in the state for five months and 26 days, on a social visit pass which expired on December 2, 2013.

He was arrested on April 28, this year at Afzal Trading, along Km 29 Tuaran Road around 11.45pm.

The charge under Section 15 (1) (c) of the same Act is punishable by a jail term of up to five years or a fine of up to RM10,000, or both, upon conviction.

Meanwhile, Shamsul, also a Pakistani arrested on the same day and place, pleaded guilty to violating his social visit pass by working as a shop assistant at the premises.

The offence under Regulation 39b under the same Act carries a fine not exceeding RM1,000 or imprisonment not exceeding six months, or both, on conviction.

The same court jailed Filipino Felinda G Gabrillo, 47, for four months after she pleaded guilty to overstaying in the state for over a year, on a social visit pass which expired on January 31, 2013.

She was caught for committing the offence on May 11 this year at around 4.30pm in Beaufort town.

Prosecuting officer Hamisah Puteh of the Immigration Department, prosecuted the three cases.

In the last case, the court jailed an Indonesian, Idjil Mukasil, 46, for five months jail with one stroke of the cane, after he pleaded guilty to illegal entry into the State.

Idjil was arrested on June 2, this year at a bus stop in Inanam town around 5.30pm.
He was charged under Section 6 (1) (c) of the Act which carries a maximum fine of RM10,000 or a jail term of up to five years or both plus whipping, upon conviction.
In mitigating for a lenient sentence, Idjil claimed he has been in Sabah for about six years, and has five children to support here.

Deputy public prosecutor Luke Ressa Balang prosecuted the case. - BorneoPost
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answered on Dec 28, 2016 at 22:28
by   IgnoreMe
edited Jan 3, 2017 at 08:06
 
Offences Frequently Committed by Foreigners/Immigrant/Visitor/Tourist – Jabatan Imigresen Malaysia

These are the frequently common offences committed by Foreigners/Immigrant/Visitor/Tourist to Malaysia.

1. Illegal Entry
Section 6(3) Immigration Act 1959/63
A foreigner whose presence in Malaysia can be interpreted as illegal entry if:
Fails to produce a genuine passport/travel document/entry permit upon request.
Passport/travel document does not have a valid endorsement/pass

The penalty for an offence on illegal entry:
A fine not exceeding RM10,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 5 years or both and shall also liable to whipping of not more than six strokes.
A compound of RM3,000.00

As such foreign visitors are reminded:-
To take precaution on the safety of their passport/travel document and must carry with them during their stay in Malaysia.
Must ascertain that they produced their passport/travel document to an Immigration officer at the point of entry and has been issued with the relevant pass.
To report immediately to the Immigration Department for the lost of their passport/travel document.

2. Overstaying

Section 15(4) Immigration Act 1959/63
Stay exceeding the expiry date/cancellation of visit pass.
The penalty for an offence on overstaying :-
A fine not exceeding RM10,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 5 years or both
A compound of RM3,000.00

As such foreign visitors are reminded to leave Malaysia before their pass expired.
3. Make, Falsify Or Amend A Document Or Endorsement
Section 55D of the Immigration Act 1959/63 (Act 155)
Penalties:
A fine of not less than RM30, 000 and imprisonment of not less than 5 years but not more than 10 years and shall also be liable to whipping of not more than 6 strokes.

Any person who makes any false documents:
intends to avail itself or by any person;
used by itself or by any other person;

as a passport for the purposes of this Act (Passports Act 1966 Act 150) is a violation of section 12B of the Passports Act 1966 (Act 150).
Section 12B of the Passports Act 1966 (Act 150)
Penalties:
A fine of not less than RM15, 000 but not more than RM100, 000 and imprisonment of not less than 2 years but not more than 10 years and with whipping of not more than 6 strokes of rattan.
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answered on Dec 29, 2016 at 03:22
by   jeff005
edited Dec 29, 2016 at 03:32
by   jeff005
Please be aware of the below Immigration Stamp



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answered on Dec 30, 2016 at 04:30
by   Sukdevatgmail
edited Jan 3, 2017 at 08:03
 
Please tell me how it would influence further travels to other countries or Malaysia.

Yours is a NTL stamp, means NOT TO LAND.

Most immigration will reduce your validity period of stay. Entering too frequently without giving reasonable excuses, other countries will also stamp NTL.
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answered on Jan 10, 2017 at 03:26
by   garv
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 05:58
 
Still awaiting to get advise how NTL stamp effects visit to other countries? This stamp made in my passport by Malaysia Immigration due to frequent travel on Business Visa, I understand I should not been traveled frequently but it was not due to lack of knowledge of immigration rules, if I could have informed in last trip, I would not have traveled again.

I am a IT professional and travel to countries in projects, Please advise me how this NTL will effect my travels in future in other countries (Like US, UK etc.) or in Malaysia too. Will other countries consider our passport as special case or it may effect other countries stamping? 
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answered on Jan 10, 2017 at 04:19
by   Nundaskar
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 06:00
 
Still awaiting to get advise how NTL stamp effects visit to other countries?
This is a forum, not an international travel advisory bureau. Try TripAdvisor.

It has been answered above by some kind soul.

NTL in Asean Countries is
NOT TO LAND
NTL in some European Countries is
NO TIME LIMIT
IT professionals should be versed with NTL.

due to frequent travel on Business Visa,
This is Malaysia.
Malaysia do not have Business Visa
Only Thailand have non-immigrant Business Visa valid for multiple entries for 3 months only.
Malaysia has only a single entry visa for social visit and business visit.

but it was not due to lack of knowledge of immigration rules
Then suffer the consequences now.

Please advise me how this NTL will effect my travels in other countries (Like US, UK etc.)
Write to them and ask. This is Malaysia.

or in Malaysia too.
Malaysia already said NOT TO LAND. You don't understand English?

Will other countries consider our passport as special case
Under ASEAN International Travel Laws,
Other Asean Countries will start to stamp NTL one by one, for frequent inbound travel without proper supporting documents and correct applications.
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answered on Jan 10, 2017 at 16:48
by   KSLau
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 05:56
 
Will other countries consider our passport as special case 
Yes.. Sure special case. Red Marked for possible NTL stamp.

Next question please.
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answered on Jan 12, 2017 at 02:36
by   garv
edited Jun 25, 2018 at 03:29
 
Hi KSLau,

Can I travel again in Malaysia for 10-15 days on social visit visa after 5-6 months with proper documents? or NTL stamp means travel again is not allowed on social visa after this?

Will other countries consider our passport as special case  
Yes.. Sure special case. Red Marked for possible NTL stamp. ( Please advise more how this will effect, If I would like to travel to other countries with proper documents, still it will cause any issue in future)

I understand and would like to learn from my mistake, this happen first time & would like to make this as life time learning example and wont repeat this again. It happened due to my company mistake. But its a personal loss for me so I am very tensed and worrying for my career.

Please advise. I would appreciate your advice.
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