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Blacklisted by Malaysia Immigration: Can I enter again after I marry a Muslim Malaysian in my home country?

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asked on Dec 21, 2017 at 02:47
by   Meldalyn
edited on Dec 29, 2017 at 06:38
 
Just of yesterday after I made my Special Pass, I found out that I will be blacklisted for 5 years from entering Malaysia. I am still in Malaysia and in few days time, I will be going back to my country, the Philippines.

But my boyfriend and I are planning to get married in my country as soon as possible. My boyfriend is a Muslim.

Will my blacklisted record be deleted? Can I come back to Malaysia again after we got our marriage certificate? What other required procedures?
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answered on Dec 21, 2017 at 12:18
by   jeff005
edited Dec 29, 2017 at 06:43
 
@ Meldalyn

But my boyfriend and I are planning to get married in my country as soon as possible. My boyfriend is a Muslim.
As your name suggested, if it is allowed by the Catholic Church you two can get married in The Philippines.

Will my blacklisted record be deleted?
Can your name be vanished or changed in your new passport? Can you change the 10 finger prints of your hands? Palm hand prints reading soon..!!

Can I come back to Malaysia again after we got our marriage certificate?
You can come back after 5 years. If your marriage is for the the purpose of coming here sooner, you are very very wrong..!!

1.  In Malaysia, non-Muslim cannot marry Muslim. It is Malaysian Sunni Syariah Laws. Any marriage conducted overseas must register here again.

2.  Since your BAN has started before any Marriage procedures have been initiated, even if you convert to Islam now (@Philippines), your boyfriend cannot bring you into Malaysia under Spouse Visa. 

What other required procedures?
3. Convert to Islam in your country first before registering your impeding marriage.

Do note that in some provinces in your country (like in Thailand) some marriages are not recognized by the Islamic Council Of Malaysia as such communities are regarded as Deviant Sects  of Islam.

Note
Do not start family yet. Your children cannot be given Malaysian Citizenship without a proper Islamic Marriage approved by the Islamic Laws here.
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