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How to check Malaysia Immigration blacklist status online?

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asked on Sep 20, 2020 at 01:23
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edited on May 17, 2021 at 23:21
 
Is there any way or web address from where I can authentically check for how long I have been blacklisted in Malaysia?
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answered on Sep 20, 2020 at 12:36
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edited May 17, 2021 at 23:33
 
@Khaled

This is the second question you have asked, since the senior forumers here have make no replies to your questions, I shall attempt to answer this question.

Your first question:
https://www.lawyerment.com/answers/questions/13845/can-i-go-back-to-malaysia

My Personal interpretations:

1.  At point of exit, you should have asked the immigration officers for the period of BAN.

2.  You can go the Malaysian Embassy in Dhaka to check on the period of BAN. There is no online checks in Malaysia for blacklisted foreigners.

3.  The B4G application commands a lifelong BAN. "Back For Good".

4.  You should have gotten a ETC (Emergency Travel Certificate) from your Embassy in Malaysia for any "loss" of passport to exit Malaysia. Only the any docs issued by the Embassy is valid. No other docs issue by any agencies in your country is valid unless authenticated by your Embassy here.

5.  To be continued..

(Caveat: The above comment is written by a Q&A registered User. It represents a personal point of view and is in no way associated with others in this forum nor be regarded as legal advice)
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answered on Sep 20, 2020 at 15:45
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edited May 17, 2021 at 23:39
 
@Khaled

5. The pass was issued on December 30, 2019.
This is the last 2 days of the B4G Amnesty. The officers are in no mood to start investigation papers on you. They would rather send you home asap. Moreover you have your family together with you.

6. When I went for my biometric they only took my two thumb's impression. Others who went for biometric with me had to give 10 finger impression but for me, they took only my thumb impression, I don't know why.
On the presumption that you would not be allowed to come back. There is a purpose to take 10 fingerprints. Not for discussion in Public Media.

7. In my passport page 28 the immigration stamped a BLI/WM 
A Bangladesh passport has 48 pages. Why in the world would immigration stamp a BLI/WM on page 28 in a new passport?
Something is missing in your story.
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answered on Sep 20, 2020 at 22:48
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edited May 17, 2021 at 23:41
 
@jeff005

Thanks a lot for your answer. 

1. I will go to the Malaysian Embassy in Dhaka for further information after the pandemic comes under control.

2. I agree that 'Back for Good' means back for ever. So, does it mean that I am Banned for life? Would this ban have a negative impact if I want to travel to other countries such as Thailand, Singapore or Indonesia? 

3. I did not know about the ETC. 

4. Sorry for the finger print discussion. I did not know that it should not be disclosed in this forum.  

5. Yes, my new passport also has 48 pages and I don't know why my BLI was stamped in page 28. Was it supposed to be in the last page?      

If you could give me an indication on what kind of information is missing, I would gladly like to answer.

Thanks again.
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answered on Sep 22, 2020 at 23:24
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edited May 17, 2021 at 23:45
 
@Khaled,

So, does it mean that I am Banned for life?
For the current policy is a lifelong BAN. Still it can be appealed, normally after 5 years and depending on the type of immigration infringements. Immigration policies can change over the years.

Would this ban have a negative impact if I want to travel to other countries such as Thailand, Singapore or Indonesia?
For your type of offense (overstay), there is no negative impact at this point of time but in the future, it might have slight inconveniences if you cannot explain well on your overstay in Malaysia. If you can overstay in any country, you will be under suspicions of committing the same offense again in their country.

Sorry for the finger print discussion. I did not know that it should not be disclosed in this forum.
You can ask but not for me to answer in more details (too messy and too much). For example, if you watch CSI (Crime Scene Investigations) drama series, you would notice the very common phrase like "your fingerprints is over over the evidences". Why not just thumbprints?

Was it supposed to be in the last page?
Yes, for normal standard passports, it is supposed to be like that. But for Bangladeshi old passports, the last 2-3 pages are for your own country's immigration notifications (I have not seen your new ICAO passports). Has the notification page changed to page 28. I have no clue too. Certain countries may stamp on page 4-5 for entry on new passports. The front pages are for applications of visas and work permits and for other types of endorsements. Yours is the first on page 28.
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