Removal of name from blacklist to enter Malaysia again

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asked on Apr 24, 2017 at 17:02
by   Arsal
edited on May 8, 2017 at 07:27
I am a Pakistani national and became of victim of an agent on Malaysia (because of my own stupidity). I applied visa though an agent and got approved. The agent did things for me. He got sticker on my passport and I was supposed to collect my passport next day.

But unfortunately same night I was arrested by Immigration during a raid in my area. They asked me for my passport and I couldn't provide them. They checked my status online and it was legal. They said only thing I needed to do is show them my passport and they can release me as my status is legal in their database. I was given only one chance to call my agent and ask him to bring my passport but he didn't show up. I kept waiting in their detention center Jalan Duta.

After 14 days, the Immigration canceled my visa pass and sent me to camp Bukit Jalil. I stayed there for a month and managed to make my out pass bought a ticket and flew back to my country in November 2015.

After that some how I managed with my life, got job in Thailand got married with a Thai national. I got a Marriage based visa in Thailand. Now I'm working here. In last few months, we have traveled Singapore, Vietnam, Myanmar and Philippines, now we really wish to travel to Malaysia but I guess I'm blacklisted there now as I was deported from Malaysia.

Is there any way that I can appeal against ban. I just need to visit. (Don't want to work in Malaysia) just need freedom to visit that beautiful country occasionally with my Thai wife.

Really sorry for such a long question. I hope you can advise me any solution. Thanks.
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answered on Apr 29, 2017 at 02:41
by   jeff005
The answers can be found on this thread.
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answered on May 4, 2017 at 03:47
by   Thomas josh
edited May 8, 2017 at 08:11
NTR because of overstay more than 30 days. How many years were you banned? Usually 1 year in case like yours to a maximum of 3 depending on officer in charge. 
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