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NTL stamp in my passport

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asked on Apr 2, 2017 at 06:05
by   veeraselvan
edited on Apr 10, 2017 at 07:07
 
I travelled to Malaysia last 28 March 2017. I got NTL stamp in my passport. I want to travel to Malaysia next 4 April 2017. Will there be any problem with the immigration when I travel from Chennai to Malaysia?
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answered on Apr 13, 2017 at 00:02
by   jeff005
edited Apr 13, 2017 at 00:05
by   jeff005
No, you can come into Malaysia after a period of time. One officer days 3 months, another says 6 months.

The issue is that the next time you come in, you may not able to enter. For some travelers from some countries, personally I believe that they have applied for the wrong entry visa. Free visa and 30 days Free Social Visit Pass have its criteria.

There is no stopping of people coming in to look for jobs within the 30 days. But they must exit before end of 30 days even if they have a 1 year valid Visa. If you come to Malaysia for tour, then tour. Look for job, look for job. Dont tell lies. Immigration officers are good at catching. The main concern is that you must have 
1. Itinerary and addresses
2. Booking of hotels
3. Return ticket
4. Proof of sufficient funds for the whole visit.

In short, if there is suspicions that one may Jump Ship / Aeroplane.. the immigration will stamp NTL.
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answered on May 4, 2017 at 04:14
by   Thomas josh
edited May 8, 2017 at 08:00
 
You must get your NTL reversed in Airport Management Center (AMC) Building. Only the Pengarah Immigration KLIA can do the reverse. 
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answered on Jun 24, 2017 at 14:36
by   Prettynice
edited Jun 28, 2017 at 07:24
 
@Thomas josh, could you explain more about NTL reversed. Thank you.
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answered on Jun 24, 2017 at 16:29
by   Wilson9520
May I know what is your nationality?
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answered on Jul 31, 2017 at 21:39
by   Rahayon
edited Oct 16, 2017 at 08:45
 
I traveled from Trichy, India to Malaysia. In Malaysia I didn't enter, police caught me and sent me back to India again. My passport was chopped with NTL stamp. Can I travel back to Malaysia via the same airport again?
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answered on Aug 4, 2017 at 01:46
by   Prettynice
edited Oct 16, 2017 at 08:47
 
@Wilson9520

I am from the Philippines. Do you have any idea about NTL reversed?
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answered on Aug 4, 2017 at 02:55
by   Rahayon
edited Oct 16, 2017 at 08:48
 
@Mr Wilson, I came to Pinang International Airport. How to get my NTL reversed at KLIA? I take a plane there? I am from India.
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answered on Sep 23, 2017 at 16:43
by   thematsalay
One of the unfortunate things about both the Malaysian immigration officials at KLIA and people offering advice in lawyering forums like this is a severe lack of education combined with the type of boneheaded nationalism that also infests the immigration bureaucracy in other countries like the U.S. and UK (I'm a U.S. citizen and have witnessed this during frequent border crossings).

Because the immigration officials at KLIA are somewhat poorly trained and don't really have effective oversight by senior officials with better training, I'd say make an appeal to any NTL stamp you received in your passport at the Malaysian embassy or consulate in your country. Have them review the same documents you presented when you went through immigration to determine if they were, in fact, sufficient to establish your right to visit under Malaysian immigration law. If so, appeal to have the NTL stamp expunged from your travel record.

If you were detained after your visa was denied and faced any mistreatment or abuse by immigration officers, which is an all-too-frequent occurrence due to the problems I just mentioned above, I'd encourage you to file reports with both the Enforcement Agencies Integrity Commission and Suara Rakyat Malaysia (both Malaysian watchdog agencies) along with your own country's human rights organization.
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answered on Sep 23, 2017 at 18:43
by   jeff005
edited Oct 16, 2017 at 09:25
 
@ the mat salay

both the Malaysian immigration officials at KLIA 
and people offering advice in lawyering forums like this
I would not vouch for the Malaysian Immigration. But Please do not accuse US-forumers here! This is a free forum to share experiences.

witnessed this during frequent border crossings.
KLIA is NOT  a border crossing. KLIA is encompassed by Malaysian Land in Sepang. There are more than 20 border crossings in Malaysia, which ones are you referring to? 

embassy or consulate in your country. Have them review the same documents
These entities are not empowered to remove any NTLs'.
How do those officials verified that it this the same documents presented at the airport counter? The way one dressed and walk suspiciously already warrants a NTL  

appeal to have the NTL stamp expunged from your travel record.
There is no such thingy as "expunged" from your travel record (this current passport). The current travel record will vaporized upon getting a new passport. Once a visitor is allow to enter again upon getting a prior NTL, he/she can come in again and again provided the documents are in order.

Enforcement Agencies Integrity Commission and Suara Rakyat Malaysia (both Malaysian watchdog agencies)
These are just NGOs' who have no rights to interloop in International Travel Laws & Procedural Security Screenings. The prerogative of Malaysian Immigration to allow or not to allow visitors to enter is at their discretion, it has nothing to do with human rights.
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answered on Sep 24, 2017 at 16:53
by   jeff005
edited Oct 16, 2017 at 09:33
 
No entry for foreigners coming for beer fest and gay party
Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/09/24/no-entry-for-foreigners-coming-for-beer-fest-and-gay-party/

BALIK PULAU: The Immigration Department is working with the police and Malaysia Islamic Development Department (Jakim) to obtain information about individuals who could be entering the country for the beer festival and gay party, said Immigration Department director-general Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali.

He said the agencies were identifying the individuals and sharing information with the Immigration Department so that those individuals would be red-flagged in the system and served with the Not To Land   (NTL) notice upon reaching the country.

“Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi had instructed me not to allow them to enter the country, and I had also conveyed the information to the 137 entry points  managed by us.

“The beer festival or gay party is against our country’s culture and we will be strict in denying their entry,” he told a press conference after meeting with representatives from Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) and airline operators at the Penang Inter­national Airport yesterday.

When asked about the details of the individuals who had been identified, Mustafar declined to comment. He said the list was based on information sharing between agencies on foreigners  who were barred from entering Malaysia and Malaysians who had been banned from leaving the country.
Notes to the above

1.  Not To Land (NTL)
( Nothing concerned with human rights)

2.  137 entry points
(includes air, maritime (ports), borders, military and customs)

3.  (MAHB) and airline operators
(The airlines are tracking personal travels)

4.  information sharing between agencies on foreigners
(ASEANAPOL  is sharing information. Ban or NTL  on entry of one country may result in most Asean countries. Thailand has started counters at their airports solely for "Asean" countries.)
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