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Overstayed in Malaysia and exited to Thailand. Can I still come back?

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asked on May 24, 2017 at 20:14
by   Akash
edited on Sep 8, 2017 at 09:52
 
I'm a Filipino who overstayed in Malaysia for 2 months and exited via Thailand. Is there any way to check my status in Malaysia? Can I still come back? Because my employer sold me out. They promised that they will process my documents so I need not worry. They still have my important things, my credentials and my phone. Can you please enlighten me what to do?
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answered on May 25, 2017 at 02:37
by   Akash
edited Sep 8, 2017 at 10:38
 
I don't know if my Exit stamp in Malaysian Border is Legit or Fake because I was not there but when I enter Thailand I was there in front of the Immigration counter with my passport. And also I took a flight from Hat Yai Airport to Bangkok. I have also no idea why they did that to me.
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answered on May 25, 2017 at 02:41
by   Akash
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answered on May 25, 2017 at 02:43
by   Akash
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answered on May 25, 2017 at 03:00
by   jeff005
edited Sep 8, 2017 at 10:46
 
@ Akash

when I enter Thailand I was there in front of the Immigration counter with my passport.
2. Which Immigration? Sadao? You were in front of the immigration officer who stamp the entry pass?
3. At Hatyai Airport did you have to show your passport in order to fly to Bangkok?
4. Where are you now? Bangkok? How long have you been in Bangkok? How did you have so much cash to live in Bangkok?
5. How did you come into Malaysia? By Air? To KLIA from where?

I don't know if my Exit stamp in Malaysian Border is Legit or Fake because I was not there
When it is not stamp at the immigration counter in front of an immigration officer, then it is a FAKE.

It is obvious from the stamps that you have overstayed. Real immigration counters will sure detain you. It is done in the hope that the Thai immigration will not notice it. You are lucky that time but to fly off from the Bangkok 2 international airports is not the same as at border crossings.
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answered on May 25, 2017 at 03:22
by   jeff005
edited Sep 8, 2017 at 10:47
 
@ Akash

they handed me my passport and assisted me entering Thailand
How did they assist you?
They told you to go to a specific counter at the Immigration? Or you just queue up at any counter?
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answered on May 25, 2017 at 03:30
by   Akash
edited Sep 8, 2017 at 10:53
 
I was in front of the officer who stamped my entry in Thailand. And yes, I have presented my passport at the airport for identification. They pointed me to go to the specific counter. I'm already in the Philippines now.

And when I go to Malaysia by plane thru KLIA2.
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answered on May 25, 2017 at 03:57
by   jeff005
edited Sep 8, 2017 at 10:55
 
@ Earvin

Thank god you are back to your country. So all is well then. The exit pass at Changlun is a fake. It shows you have overstayed obviously.

It is not all right to come into Malaysia now. Your passport will indicate an overstay in Malaysia. Once you change your passport then you can come in again. If you ever want to come into Malaysia again, go to Bangkok on a new passport stay one or 2 nights there, then come into Malaysia by coach thru the border at Sadao again. DO NOT FLY INTO MALAYSIA on your new passport. You have a record of coming into Malaysia by air but no "EXIT". Any problems, the most they turn you back from where you come from at the Border Pass or Checkpoint at Bukit Kayu Hitam (BKH)... back to Sadao.

I would say that your BOSS is not that a bad person. He knew the human trafficking route. May I ask, what business is he doing in Malaysia? Is his office in Seri Kembangan, Selangor and is he a Chinese? Did you know he maybe spending 3, 4 thousand to get you into Thailand so that you can safely go back to THE PHILIPPINES?

Perhaps if you send some money to him to send back all your Credentials, he may do it.

Perhaps he found out that he cannot get you an Employment Pass, he decided to send you back safety to your country.
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answered on May 25, 2017 at 04:04
by   Akash
edited Sep 8, 2017 at 10:57
 
The nature of there business is Money Lending. They are Singh and have office in Wilayah Complex. I went there once, the night before her niece brought me to Thailand but there is nothing there. We were doing the work in their house.
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answered on May 25, 2017 at 04:30
by   jeff005
edited Sep 8, 2017 at 10:59
 
@ Akash

Thank you for all your genuine replies. They belong to the underground world and hence they know the human trafficking route thru their business contacts.

Yes.. that is the reason why they kept your handphone, their type of business is "special". But the human side of them allow you to be back safely in your country.

Well.. we have concluded our deal and my answer is the best safe way to come back into Malaysia if you want to. Bear in mind that the Malaysian Immigration cannot detain you at the Border Checkpoint at Bukit Kayu Hitam (BKH) as you are using a new passport. You can always claim that you left Malaysia within the 30 days social visit and do not understand why it is not recorded in the Malaysian Immigration records. Perhaps the Immigration Computer Systems is down on the day you left Malaysia. You can say that you have followed in your friends car into Thailand for business. Come back a few years later and claim that you forgot which counter you went to as you have followed your friends from behind.

Do come into Malaysia in a legal manner and DO NOT OVERSTAY EVER AGAIN IN ANY COUNTRY.
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answered on May 30, 2017 at 15:55
by   Akash
edited Sep 8, 2017 at 11:01
 
I'm here again. Do you think if I apply here in Philippines thru legal agency my issue with my passport will be opened? Or if ever someone sponsors me will there be any problem ? Thank you.
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