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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
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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 Jan 12, 2017 at 07:01
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edited Mar 6, 2017 at 06:26
 
@Nundaskar, help him.

He is very modest and polite now but still stubborn and want to enter with social visit free visa.

Must pay LTSVP... because working on project in Malaysia.
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answered on Feb 28, 2017 at 04:55
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I have got IM 96(C) B / B6 stamp. Please advise.
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answered on Feb 28, 2017 at 21:59
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I have got IM 96(C) B / B6 stamp. Please advise.
Come back after the BAN period
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answered on Mar 1, 2017 at 22:59
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edited Mar 6, 2017 at 06:28
 
Please be informed that IM 96(c) B/B6 stamp is a Not To Land reference (that you are not allowed to enter Malaysia upon arrival at KL International Airport).

Reason of being a person which NTL issued maybe because listed as an illegal immigrant / convicted person (such as BLI/WM etc) have no sufficient fund to enter, forged passport @ impostor, fail to produce evidence needed during investigation to enter, stay too long in Malaysia other than their own country and etc.

One who listed as an illegal immigrant / convicted person in Malaysia should follow the blacklist period stated in their passport.  Other than that is an immigration officer discretion at the entry point.  Burden of proof to enter Malaysia lies on the visitor itself.  NTL stamp merely a reference for immigration use only.
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answered on Apr 3, 2017 at 08:35
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edited Jun 25, 2018 at 03:52
 
I worked in Malaysia year 2012 as an Account Executive in an Enterprise supplying manpowers like welder, fitters etc. Basically I worked in an office preparing monthly reports and payrolls for our workers.

My boss, who was born in the Philippines but got Malaysian IC got me a work permit and it was attached to my passport. Including the receipt. I even used that passport in entering Singapore, even Thailand and going back to Malaysia without any problem at all.

And then one time, I went to Singapore to visit a friend. I exited Malaysia and when I came back, the Immigration officer told me that my working permit is fake. To think I am using it for almost a year already. So they invited me in their office, asked me some questions and detained me there for few days. I was really confused. And then after a few days they send me to prison and detained for almost a month. Luckily my boss who has been a family to me helped me get through all of it. He even reported the Immigration officers and his friends who processed my fake work permit.

After less than a month of staying in a detention center, they send me to KL and to Mahkamah.. I plead guilty and paid the penalty fee.

My question is, I have a stamp in my old passport that says RAI/WM/BSI36005. I do not know what does it mean?

I wanted to visit my boss and his family in Malaysia this year but since I got traumatized on what happened to me, and I do not know what does that chop means in my passport. I am afraid and hesitant to enter Malaysia again even though this country has been a second home to me.

Hope someone can help me with regards to the stamp. Thank you in advance.
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