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Work Visa can it be false

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asked on Oct 25, 2017 at 15:08
by   Amber1333
Could I have been issued a false work visa? I have a i-Kad card?  pay slips and a stamp on my passport that states I'm legal to work here....? from the Malaysia immigration department? How can I check to see if it is legit? 
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answered on Oct 26, 2017 at 16:03
by   DeanHopkins
If you do not even know whether it is legit or not, how in the world forumers here will know?
Post  a copy of your passport here for further discussions.

Making  9,000rpm per month is no small matter, 3 times more than the average wage earner in Malaysia. Malaysia Bolih..!!
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answered on Oct 26, 2017 at 17:00
by   jeff005
edited Oct 26, 2017 at 17:06
by   jeff005
@ Amber1333

Any work permit on any passport for foreign workers can be false. Either you go direct to IMI to check, , then risking arrest and detention, there is no way to check. Even listing in the IMI website can not be rely on. The agent made an application and documented online, but did not pay all the necessary fees and follow up. Another another scam method by them.

Describe your part on the application process here. This would determine the authenticity of your application.
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answered on Oct 26, 2017 at 17:35
by   Amber1333
I really don't know.....I have a meeting tomorrow with industrial Relations for conciliation for reinstatement guess Ill find out there. Thank you 
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answered on Oct 26, 2017 at 19:37
by   jeff005
Do not understand your answer.

For Foreign Employment Permit you have to be at the IMI office to do 10 fingers biometric printing, facial recognition pics taken. What do you mean that you do not know? Your employer must go together with you.
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answered on Oct 26, 2017 at 20:42
by   amber1333
Guess Ill find out tomorrow....not really worried about that, if they lied not my problem ....just a question 
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answered on Oct 26, 2017 at 20:47
by   amber1333
I was just asking cause my employers are very dirty, hope this stuff get reported publically 
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answered on Oct 27, 2017 at 02:24
by   jeff005
edited Oct 27, 2017 at 04:02
by   jeff005
not really worried about that,  if they lied not my problem ...
Very naive. You should be very very worried.
If it is a faked visa. you have overstayed several months.
If caught or ppl report you, detention, jail term. fines and ban is in the pipeline.
Illegal immigrants cannot file a court case.

I was just asking cause my employers are very dirty
Who ask you to come before work permit has been processed?
There are two medical checkups, one pre check in your country before coming, here another before the work permit is processed.
Which college is this?
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answered on Oct 27, 2017 at 21:29
by   Amber1333
I'm okay thanks, and if I'm not informed after I've left all my information than again not my problem, my visa states Im good for 24 months 
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answered on Oct 27, 2017 at 23:06
by   DeanHopkins
 if I'm not informed after I've left all my information than again not my problem
Do remember to tell to the Judge in Immigration court that "that's not my problem".

 my visa states Im good for 24 months 
If you cannot describe the process of your application to immigration, how do you know if the visa is good. The procedure is clearcut for one year already. Only the Employer can apply for the foreign worker and the worker must be at immigration for fingerprinting and final documentations before the  REAL  work permit can be issued out. Is the name of the Employer (College) stated in the permit? The passport is under your name only. Only you is solely responsible.

Even if you have an approved work permit, the Employer can cancel it and you have to leave Malaysia within 14 days. Upon cancellation, your ex employer will extract a "checkout" travel document. Since you are suing them, most likely that they would just throw it into the waste paper basket. Your case (if any) in the Industrial Relations Court will come to nought.
If any work permit  has been prematurely terminated, no new permit will ever be issued again for the next 5 years. It would would be interesting to see how will you be able be legally in Malaysia to attend any court cases which would normally be drag for at least 6 months.

Good Luck..!!
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answered on Oct 28, 2017 at 04:16
by   jeff005
edited Nov 9, 2017 at 08:26
 
@Amber1333

Your answers and postings:
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 they are responsible for my safe return home to my country 
 I've been fired but fighting it in Industrial Court.
 I am sueing. then next u say  I'm not sueing..  which is the correct version?

You should be from an European country or countries where you have a 3 months social visit pass to be here. There isn't much wrong doing regarding your work permit application by your employer. You cannot be here during the application and only come after your application to enter  is approved,  NOT  from Thailand but from your country of origin. That is the correct process. What happened next. Only your employer and you will know. Not knowing the culture here, the immigration process puts you at great disadvantage.

Police reports is taboo over here, sour up working relationships and the police here do not care about not life threatening "threats".. It is different from well established countries where labour laws are more advanced to cater for the ever changing environment.

Those people at Industrial relations should be the ones who asked you to first establish whether your work permit has been cancelled or not. But have they taken into account that it could have been a fake permit? Court people and even Immigration cannot distinguish between real or faked ones until they scan the biometic chip there with a machine.
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