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Banned for 5 years by Malaysia Immigration

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asked on Aug 9, 2017 at 06:33
by   Fahad
edited on Aug 17, 2017 at 07:33
 
I'm a male from Pakistan. On July 2017, I surrendered myself to Malaysia Immigration after overstaying for about 1 year. Cause of overstay is almost same with others who have same situation with me... by all means cheated by agent. The agent never returned back my passport as well.. and he gave me fake letter from the Immigration which stated that my application for Visa was approved. I checked with the Expatriate Department in Putrajaya and they did confirm that it was fake. Then I went to Enforcement Department to surrender myself with a police report and new passport. They ask me to pay fine for overstay RM3,000. I settled the payment and they stamped my passport with 5 years ban.

I got a girlfriend from Malaysia. We know each other for about 2 years plus and our parents already agreed to our marriage. 

My questions are:
1. If I marry with the girl in Pakistan, is it possible for me to go back to Malaysia or can I reduce the banned period?
2. If no, do you have any suggestions for us? It will be really difficult for not staying together as husband and wife.
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answered on Aug 10, 2017 at 05:09
by   Tanavaroot
edited Aug 17, 2017 at 07:35
 
 my application for Visa was approved.
You have a Visa to come into Malaysia, why need a second Visa?

If I marry with the girl in Pakistan, is it possible for me to go back to Malaysia
No.. you marry her in order to go back to Malaysia?

can I reduce the banned period? 
Yes you can, maybe shorten it to 4 years. Why? She does not like live in Pakistan? It is a great country.

 It will be really difficult for not staying together as husband and wife
She lives in Pakistan for next 5 years then both of you come to Malaysia to start new life. What is the issue?
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answered on Aug 13, 2017 at 22:41
by   jeff005
edited Aug 17, 2017 at 07:35
 
This Query has been answered in the following thread:

https://www.lawyerment.com/answers/questions/11868/what-to-do-if-you-overstayed-in-malaysia
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answered on Aug 14, 2017 at 16:46
by   Fahad
edited Aug 17, 2017 at 07:38
 
@jeff005,

I'm married with the girl already in Pakistan after I left Malaysia. I'm not trying to twist the facts. Sorry for that. Is it possible to reduce the banned period? And if possible, how long the banned period can be reduced?

Actually I was trying to extend my visa through an agent. I got the letter which was saying that my visa was approved. The letter stated that I need to get sticker within 6 months. After 5 months, I still couldn't get the sticker. Then I went to Immigration Expatriate Department. They confirmed the letter was fake and say there is nothing they can do. I went to surrender myself immediately. I show them all evidences. But they stamp 5 year's banned on my passport.
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answered on Aug 14, 2017 at 17:06
by   jeff005
edited Aug 17, 2017 at 07:40
 
I do not wish to comment in this thread. Ask back in the thread I started. It is a compendium of varieties of overstaying issues that would help a lot of people.

Reply with the followings answers:
1. Are you a Muslim too? And have you registered the marriage with the Malaysian Embassy in Pakistan?
2. How old is your wife and where is she now? 
3. What date you left Malaysia? KLIA or KLIA2?
4. Due to the nature of your case, it can be appeal for shorter BAN.
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answered on Aug 15, 2017 at 00:43
by   Fahad
edited Aug 17, 2017 at 07:42
 
1. Are you a Muslim too? And have you registered the marriage with the Malaysian Embassy in Pakistan?
Yes, I'm a Muslim. We just married 2 weeks ago. We still waiting for marriage certificate from here.

2. How old is your wife and where is she now?
My wife is 24 years old and will leave Pakistan tomorrow.

3. What date you left Malaysia? KLIA or KLIA2?
I left Malaysia on 20 July 2017 via KLIA.

4. Due to the nature of your case, it can be appeal for shorter BAN.
What should I do to reduce the BAN?
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answered on Aug 18, 2017 at 01:12
by   Marium
edited Sep 27, 2017 at 08:51
 
@Fahad

I want to ask a question, please help. How you did the police report? I mean what you said to police for report and they didn't arrest you for overstaying and like that? Please help regarding this cause I've same issue and want to surrender myself and go back to Pakistan. 
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answered on Aug 18, 2017 at 14:47
by   Fahad
edited Sep 27, 2017 at 09:00
 
@Marium

When the agent keep on making excuses to me everyday, I went to the police station and said my passport was taken by an agent and his name is Xxxxxx. The police officer than asked me whether I want to complaint about the agent or only make a report to get new passport. I said I want both. Then they said they will investigate also and the same day I was given the police report which I shown to the Pakistan Embassy and made my new passport.

Maybe you are scared that the police will arrest you. I know one more way to complain to the police station.
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answered on Aug 18, 2017 at 17:10
by   Venus
edited Sep 27, 2017 at 09:04
 
There is no logic in your advice. You have a document to back you up, so you can make a police report.

Overstaying has no jail term if you surrender but if you are under investigation, if you are found to have made a false police report, can be jailed and whipped.

Do not create additional problems. Immigration itself is bad enough, involving police case is disastrous.
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answered on Nov 15, 2017 at 20:20
by   Raj S
My name is Raj. I'm overstay in Malaysia last 1 year. After I surrender ipoh immigration and I take special pass 17 July 2017. My passport sealed BL/WM/IPOH and 17July2017.But not mentioned ban period. So I'm confused because I'm a blacklist or non blacklist. Please answer my question.Tnq.
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answered on Nov 15, 2017 at 20:32
by   jeff005
Post the pic of the stamp here.

We are equally confused here.
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