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How to continue staying in Malaysia after being divorced by local citizen

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asked on Nov 16, 2019 at 11:58
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edited on Mar 12, 2020 at 15:43
 
I was married to Malaysian citizen and we were bless with a daughter who is 11 years old now. We divorced two years back. My spouse visa expiring next year March and the Immigration told me that there is nothing can be done and I have to leave Malaysia.

I have my own business under my ex-wife's name. What can I do to continue staying in Malaysia for my daughter's sake and my new operating business, where I have invested huge amount of money. Please advice.
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answered on Nov 16, 2019 at 13:19
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edited Mar 12, 2020 at 15:27
 
@BHATTI75

Questions:

1.  After 11 years why didn't you apply for Permanent Residency (not Permanent Resident Status)?

2.  Your LTSVP will expire in March next year. On that expiry date, how long you have resided inside Malaysia? Years/Months? Have you been going back to your own county regularly?

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3.  I have to leave Malaysia.
Not 100% accurate. In any case, you can still come back occasionally under Visit Pass with restrictions.

4.  I have my own business under my ex-wife's name
You have abused the privilege accorded to you to escape paying taxes under your own name. This is a consequence of your actions. Your investment is already burnt.

5.  What can I do to continue staying in Malaysia for my daughter's sake
During the divorce, who is having the full custody of the child? Are you having any form of access rights to your daughter? How old is your daughter? Years/Months? Has she been accorded Malaysian citizenship yet by the age of 12? Is it really for the sake of the poor child or for the sake of your any other "investments"?

6.  my new operating business, where I have invested huge amount of money.
How much is much? Is your ex-wife still involved? Under whose name(s)? Have you not learn your lesson yet?

I cannot comment further until I see the birth certificate of your child and the Long Term Social Visit Pass (LTSVP) of your passport. Show me a PDF (colored copy) without any edits. You can send it to my email address for privacy issues.
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answered on Nov 18, 2019 at 11:34
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edited Mar 12, 2020 at 15:43
 
@jeff005, I have replied to your personal email. Thanks.
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