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Cheated by agents and banned by Immigration Malaysia

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asked on Jan 16, 2017 at 03:03
by   Kami777
edited on Jan 16, 2017 at 05:48
 
I am Kamran from Pakistan. I went to Malaysia on 17 December 2016 and I stayed on visit pass till to 17 December 2017. I was applying for a work permit but I have been cheated by agents. Then I went to the Immigration and they gave a 14 days special pass and I returned to Pakistan. Can I come again to Malaysia?
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answered on Jan 16, 2017 at 04:47
by   jeff005
edited Jan 16, 2017 at 04:49
by   jeff005
You came on 17 Dec 2016?
Today is 15th Jan 2017
You still have 1 more day on your 30 days social visit.
Why did the immigration issue you 14 days special pass?
How did the agents cheat you?

If you do not tell the complete actual story, how to determine whether you can come in again
or how soon you can come back in?
What did the immigration stamp on your "passport"?
Is it the same passport you came into Malaysia on 17 Dec?
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answered on Jan 20, 2017 at 03:35
by   jeff005
edited Jan 23, 2017 at 08:58
 
@Kamran of Pakistan

You have made 3 different postings on this section of the forum.

Post 1
I am Kamran from Pakistan. I was in Malaysia 17 Dec 2016 to 17 Dec 2017. Actually I went to Malaysia on visit visa. I was putting permit but I had to return to Pakistan due to some domestic problem . So I came back. My question is can I come back to Malaysia.

Post 2
I am Kamran from Pakistan. I went to Malaysia on 17 December 2016 and I stayed on visit pass till to 17 December 2017. I was applying for a work permit but I have been cheated by agents. Then I went to the Immigration and they gave a 14 days special pass and I returned to Pakistan. Can I come again to Malaysia?

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answered on Jan 19, 2017 at 19:30
by Kami777

I am Kamran from Pakistan facing 5 years ban of Malaysia due to overstaying. I went to immigration office and they gave me a special pass of 14 days. Can I come back to Malaysia 

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answered on Jan 19, 2017 at 22:18
by BondOO7

 Can I come back to Malaysia  
YES, of course you can come back to visit Malaysia, after the 5 year BAN.

Then I went to the Immigration and they gave a 14 days special pass
It is obvious that you did not surrender to Malaysian Immigration AND it is not ordinary over staying. For a max of 5 years BAN, other immigration offences could have been committed.

Hope you are satisfied with the answer despite giving different excuses.
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answered on Jan 26, 2017 at 04:47
by   shah
edited Feb 2, 2017 at 06:54
 
If you arrived in Malaysia on 17 December 2016 and your one month visa expired on 15 January 2017, if you pay RM 100 for special pass so you will not be not be blacklisted. You can come to Malaysia any time you want.
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answered on Jan 26, 2017 at 17:13
by   Confused
edited Feb 2, 2017 at 06:58
 
if you pay RM 100 for special pass so you will not be not be blacklisted
The "exit pass" is just a document to be recovered by the Immigration Officer at the airport. It has nothing to do with any blacklisting.

Actually I went to Malaysia on visit visa
This is only a visit visa which is can be single entry or multiple entries depending at point of application.

Then I went to the Immigration and they gave a 14 days special pass and I returned to Pakistan.
At point of posting, he is already in Pakistan. His 30 Days Social Visit PASS is still VALID at that date, why need "special pass" to exit?

30 days Social Visit PASS is not given extension unless for special circumstances.

He is aware that there is a 5 years BAN, which will be indicated on the passport?
I am Kamran from Pakistan facing 5 years ban of Malaysia due to overstaying.
What happened?

@shah
Can you help with the confusion on why
You can come to Malaysia any time you want.

I am also interested to know as I am in the same situation as HIM. Thank you.
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