Deported from Malaysia. Can I enter Malaysia again using the same visa?

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asked on Dec 26, 2018 at 01:52
edited on Jan 22, 2019 at 01:30
How long after deportation must I wait before returning to the Malaysia and can I still use the same visa to enter to Malaysia?
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answered on Dec 26, 2018 at 10:35

Please post the following images for further clarifications
1. Clear full page of Deportation stamp in the passport.
2. Clear full page of the Visa issued to you.
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answered on Dec 26, 2018 at 12:49
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answered on Dec 26, 2018 at 13:04
edited Jan 22, 2019 at 01:59
My cousin from Sri Lanka arrived on 29 November 2018 and was detained for not having enough money, as claimed by a male officer my cousin had 30000 LKR and was subsequently ushered to the holding lounge for almost 24 hours. My frantic call to the immigration office was picked up by a male officer acting bossy for no apparent reasons. My cousin  managed to stay up with the painstaking ordeal and was eventually and successfully deported to Sri Lanka at approximately 22.00 pm.
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answered on Dec 26, 2018 at 18:35
edited Jan 22, 2019 at 01:43

1. IM 96 (C) B / B6 /bertarikh 11 Dec 2018 is a "NTL"  =  Not To Land

2. If stamped on page 59 (the last page), it does create some problems. Read @jenkarkm thread for NTL stamped on last page of the passport. Read here.

3. The visa in the passport is a Single Entry Visa. It has expired once the journey has been performed. She did perform the journey except she has been "Denied Entry". Some Immigration Officers may allow, some may not allow giving other excuses.

4. NTL cooling period is 2-3 months depending on circumstances. Case to case basis. The NTL on the last page complicates another entry. What is the purpose she come into Malaysia?

5. People are not allow to appeal once a traveler is sent to the holding lounge waiting for departure. How long they are held depends on the availability of next flight back to country of origin. It is not an issue.

6. The minimum CASH a traveler has to bring in is RM1,000. 30,000 LKR is less than RM700.

7. The NTL stamped on the last page indicates other issues as well, not indicate in the stamp, but in the Malaysia Immigration Computer System. Her next entry may have problems.

8. Please note that she is not "Deported" but "Denied Entry".

9. You said that she arrived on 29.11.2018. But the Immigration stamp stated 11.12.2018. Did you remember the date wrongly?
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answered on Dec 26, 2018 at 21:31
edited Jan 22, 2019 at 01:57
I called the airport immigration officer. He said they denied his entry because he has not enough cash with her. The immigration officer told me that she could come back after 30 days but has to meet all the requirements (return ticket, cash and accommodation (my address)). Immigration has no reason to reject his entry. Only NTL thus can reuse the visa again, no problem.

Departure from Sri Lanka on 28 November 2018, arrived Malaysia 29 November 2018.
She returned to his country on 30 November 2018. I checked with the immigration officer and was being told they wrongly stamped the date on her passport 11.12.2018. The correct stamp date is her return date.
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answered on Dec 26, 2018 at 22:09
edited Jan 22, 2019 at 02:06
I do not understand the last stamp in the passport from Sri Lanka Immigration.

Is this a Sri Lanka passport? Why the stamp says "permitted to land and stay"?

As far as I am concerned, there is no flight stated in the passport that shows she flew out from Sri Lanka to Malaysia and that coming to Sri Lanka on a Malaysia flight. The stamp on the last page in Malaysia Immigration stands as 11.12.2018. Why didn't she check her passport properly?

she could come back after 30 days
Only NTL thus can reuse the visa again, no problem.

The Malaysia immigration officer has already given her advice, then, why are you still asking here? And you are telling in bits and pieces! Very confusing!

The correct stamp date is her return date.
Where and what is the return (exit) date stamp by Malaysia Immigration? The return date is still 11.12.2018!

You have not answered why she came into Malaysia for.
Are you a Maid Agency? Why the above lady needs to come back into Malaysia so urgently?

Just come back after 1 month as per immigration officer advice. You take your own risks!
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answered on Dec 26, 2018 at 23:41
edited Jan 22, 2019 at 02:01
She came to Malaysia to visit my uncle who is in hospital now, very critical stage. 
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answered on Dec 27, 2018 at 00:33
edited Jan 22, 2019 at 02:27

Q. What is the relationship between this cousin and your this uncle?

If it is true of what you stated, I propose the following solution:

1. Go to the hospital and get a letter address to the Director General of Malaysia. It can be also a "To Whom it may concerned " letter.

2. The letter with regards to the "Prognosis Report of the Critical Terminal condition of a patient". Better still if it is a Government Hospital or whatever they termed this letter.

3. With this letter, write an APPEAL LETTER to the Director General of Immigration and submit direct to the Immigration HQ in Putrajaya. Appeal for the lifting of the "NTL". Only HQ can act on this letter. Use a cover letter and get an acknowledgement stamp from Immigration on a copy of the letter. Try to see a senior officer due to the seriousness of the appeal.

4. Only with a written consent from the Immigration, then she can go and buy an inbound and outbound air ticket. Post the letter here and tag the post to @carrie1226. She will then give you further instruction how to overcome other issues at the Immigration @airport. Take note that she may not be given a 30 days, so read and act properly before buying the air tickets.

Good Luck!

If this works, she may be back within 10 working days (cross-fingers and pray hard).
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