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BMI and NTL stamps on Passport

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asked on Jul 19, 2017 at 08:48
by   Manu035
edited on Aug 1, 2017 at 06:39
 
I was a student in Malaysia from 2010 to 2013 but am currently based in Dubai.

I got banned in 2013 till December 2016 for 3 years but I tried to visit Malaysia in 2015 but was not able to enter and I was required to return back to India with stamp of NTL on my passport. Is it possible for me to travel to Malaysia again on visit visa?
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answered on Jul 19, 2017 at 12:46
by   jeff005
1. What is your main purpose to come here again?
2. What did you study here? And did you complete the whole course and get a professional cert?
3. What was the violation on the student pass?
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answered on Jul 21, 2017 at 20:29
by   Manu035
edited Aug 1, 2017 at 06:51
 
1. What is your main purpose to come here again?
Actually, my family relatives are local Malaysian (Indian Punjabi) and also my sister, so I want to visit them for 1-month vacation.

2. What did you study here? And did you complete the whole course and get a professional cert?
3 years bachelors in hotel management from KLMUC 2013 completed with the cert. Yes completed my course but overstayed due to my sister's marriage.

3. What was the violation on the student pass?
My college provides a social pass for 1 week and then it was extended from 20 days from my side.  Unfortunately, I tried to visit again in May 2015 but they didn't allow me and had the stamp of NTL. I'm traveling on 1 August 2017 for 30 days to see my cousin and for a vacation from Dubai with EVISA. BMI finished on 2016 December. Please advice me accordingly.
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answered on Jul 21, 2017 at 21:46
by   jeff005
edited Aug 1, 2017 at 06:45
 
You should have overstayed for more than one month and not 20 days. It was an exit pass not an extension pass for outgoing students. That is why you get the maximum 3 years BMI ban for violation of student pass.

You risked the integrity of your passport by getting the NTL stamp. Some other countries may follow suit if you cannot give valid reasons for entering.

To overcome your own NTL issue, bring along:
1. Invitation letter from your sister, with proof that she is your sister, to avoid having to show the Immigration officers one month hotel bookings and itineraries.
2. Come with sufficient monies to last one month.

Young man, never break the Immigration travel laws again. Within 3 years SEA countries may online with each other. One country ban you, to enter another member country is very very tough, if not impossible.

By the way, what is EVISA?  And why Dubai uses this?
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answered on Jul 22, 2017 at 03:32
by   Manu035
edited Aug 1, 2017 at 06:50
 
Basically EVISA is electronic visa for Indian passport holder issued by Middle East and other countries.

I'll prepare myself with:
1. Sufficient funds;
2. Invitation letter by my family relatives;
3. One month hotel booking + return ticket.

I can also show my Dubai visa that currently I'm working with a company.

Will the NTL stamp be the big issue I might not be able to enter Malaysia again?
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