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Studen pass expired in Malaysia. Will this affect application for green card in USA?

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asked on Jul 30, 2017 at 00:21
by   AqibKamal
edited on Aug 18, 2017 at 08:15
 
A Bangladeshi friend of mine has come to Malaysia with a student pass, but his medical screening failed. Now he is told to go back.

But the pass expired in June, and he is planning to leave by October by taking a travel pass because of some family problems he is delaying. Other than this he does not have any further violation records.

Now if he leaves in October, his parents are also applying for his green card in USA. Would this conflict his immigration process for USA?
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answered on Jul 30, 2017 at 01:27
by   jeff005
edited Aug 18, 2017 at 08:16
 
Do not understand how he gotten his student pass when he has failed his medical examination?

What is this green card in US for?
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answered on Aug 1, 2017 at 03:33
by   AqibKamal
edited Aug 18, 2017 at 08:28
 
That is called special pass. A student get that till Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS) processes and verifies the medical screening after the student enters Malaysia.

And the USA green card is for the permanent residence and work permit which he will get by his mother's application. Because his mother is already a green card holder there. 

So before his mother applies for it, he is confused about his current status conflicting the further procedure from USA.
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answered on Aug 1, 2017 at 03:59
by   jeff005
edited Aug 18, 2017 at 10:25
 
So he did not get the Student Pass at all.

It may affect his integrity if he commits overstaying in Malaysia. Go back now. That is an interim pass. Immigration may not be harsh on him. But too long overstaying they may even jail him. Being caught walking on the streets on any expired visit pass warrants a jail term.

Do not waste the new green card. Only 50,000 can be issued this year. Any slight violations of any kind especially immigration can affect the application. Resolve any financial issues and go home immediately.

The October pass is a Exit Pass that comes with a 5 year ban and is recorded in the passport which have to be submitted to the Trump Administration. The US tracks immigration activities of Malaysia and Indonesia secretly.

On the same note, if he fail the medical here, he would fail the medical in the US. Go home as soon as possible and recuperate there. Some minor medical defects can be rectified and even be masked temporary till he is over in the US.

Good Luck, take care and don't be caught in Immigration raids.
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answered on Aug 4, 2017 at 23:12
by   AqibKamal
edited Aug 18, 2017 at 10:31
 
@jeff005,

Thank you very much.

Just one more thing I need to know. 

The October pass is a Exit Pass that comes with a 5 year ban and is recorded in the passport which have to be submitted to the Trump Administration. The US tracks immigration activities of Malaysia and Indonesia secretly.

This 5 years ban will affect on the possibilities of his green card issue? If it does then is there any way to recover? 

And secondly, his medical failed because cannabinoid was found in his urine. Now he recovered already and totally clean.
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answered on Aug 5, 2017 at 02:35
by   Jeff
How it would affect I cannot say and would not know. Those are the laws of another country.

His is not medical defect but drug addiction or remnants of drugs addiction. Some countries are tolerant, some are not however cannabis is sold by some states of US legally.

For sure overstay and a ban of 5 years is not advisable.
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