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Entry denied at KL Airport

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asked on Jun 5, 2017 at 06:27
by   Ned1986
edited on Jun 12, 2017 at 08:30
 


I have a legal business in Malaysia. My father has also recently got the approval for Malaysia as a second home which allows him to bring my siblings who are under 21. 

My sister was denied entry few says ago because she didn't get a visa from the embassy in her home town ( she is 20 years and lives in Europe ). I understand that its her mistakes for not carefully checking the subject. Members of our family have obtained the visa on arrival and she checked the online visa website and it said she can get it on arrival. The airlines she traveled with also allowed her to board the airplane saying she will get the visa on arrival as well. 

That's not the issue here and she for sent back to Europe. My question is does the stamp on her passport means she is blacklisted forever from entering Malaysia? Would the fact that my family has the Malaysia as a second home help her to come visit us? 

Also would she has any problem entering Vietnam ? As we already planned our holiday there.

Final question: Does the airline have any responsibility in what happened to her? I mean how can they let someone board a plane if they don't have a visa? 
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answered on Jun 5, 2017 at 13:11
by   Greg
edited Jun 12, 2017 at 08:33
 
Too many questions with too little info about your sister.

Flying from a port of embarkation is another issue. Free visa on application does not mean a social visit pass be given. The airline is not responsible for visa approval. Read their T&C again properly.

What was stamped on her passport?
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answered on Jun 6, 2017 at 11:08
by   Ned1986
The stamp is attached in the post above.

You didnt really understand what I was saying. She needed a visa but the airlines let her baord without checking for one. The immigration officer asked her how did they let you board the plane! So she and them are responsible for what happened

All I care about is to know what the stamp really mean and is she now allowed to enter Malaysia ever?
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answered on Jun 6, 2017 at 17:07
by   Greg
edited Jun 12, 2017 at 08:34
 
Ooh my bad text writing. You didn't understand me.

Read the posting of Ann Shi. Same reasons maybe different situations.

One Asean country stamp NTL the others may follow. Nothing to do with the free visa on arrival.
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