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BLI or RAI stamp in passport. What do they mean?

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asked on Oct 13, 2020 at 10:55
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edited on May 20, 2021 at 03:44
 
If a person gets the BLI (black list landing) stamp in his passport for being involved in small crime. First question is that how many years the person cannot enter Malaysia? The BLI stamp does not state how many years the person cannot enter Malaysia.

Second question is, can the person get the RAI (refuse all immigration facility) stamp for being engaged in small crime? From my understanding, those who get RAI (refuse all immigration facility) stamp are people who have committed serious crime and got jail term generally.

@jeff005, you answered me before a few times. I was thankful for your answer. But about BLI or RAI, I am not clear about it yet.
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answered on Oct 11, 2020 at 08:58
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Also, some people get NTL stamp in their passport for being engaged in small crime. Is it stated how many years the person cannot get into Malaysia? When someone get NTL stamp, they seem not being told how many years they cannot get into Malaysia when they were repatriated.
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answered on Oct 11, 2020 at 11:08
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@Huge boy

This is the 5th question you have asked regarding "re-entry" into Malaysia based on various circumstances. I have answered ALL your previous 4 questions.

May I humbly ask: Are you involved in the foreign labor exporter business?
You seem to have access to various types of Malaysia Immigration Stamps under different circumstances which can never happen to a single person.

The basic answer to the above question is:

1. A NTL is different from RAI, from BLI stamp.

2. Not To Land is not repatriation the traveler can proceed to a forward destination.

3. Repatriation refers mostly to direct back to county of origin of passport holder.

some people get NTL stamp in their passport for being engaged in small crime.
No NTL will be stamped in the passport for any involvement in any crime (whether big or small) upon any deportation.

How can one be involved in any crime when he/she have not even landed on the land of Malaysia?
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answered on Oct 11, 2020 at 11:29
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For further information, please read the past postings inside this website:

https://www.lawyerment.com/answers/questions/12081/immigration-malaysia-blacklisting-ntl-ban-period-appeals-for-inbound-visitors-to

https://www.lawyerment.com/answers/questions/13354/immigration-malaysia-ntl-bli-rai-stamps-meanings
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answered on Oct 13, 2020 at 07:40
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edited May 20, 2021 at 04:16
 
@Huge boy

Thank you for your polite reply and more detailed explanations. For this I would answer the most important question stated in your profile.

But I need you to summarized all your questions in a proper concise manner so that new readers can properly understand and you have to ask me under this thread..  https://www.lawyerment.com/answers/questions/13354/immigration-malaysia-ntl-bli-rai-stamps-meanings

You have to attention it to me by using "@jeff005" or " #jeff005" inside that thread.

All your questions are intelligent ones but not many readers can understand. I hope to offer you a full context of what to expect and your recourse to your predicament (if any).

Your questions are too short and "Google" will not capture the Q&A for immigration laws and policies (for Malaysia).

Please do as I say and you will get proper answers.

Thank you again..

Note: I am very busy today and may not reply. Tomorrow is the start of a new period of CMCO Lockdown (Covid-19 Pandemic) in Kuala Lumpur. I would be very busy attending to the groceries buying (incl medications) and with "gossips groups" in the wet markets. Sorry.. I was a food vendor in the past at wet markets. I do know my place..
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answered on Oct 14, 2020 at 07:06
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edited May 20, 2021 at 04:30
 
I like to ask a question. I heard that if we overstay in Malaysia, we can be banned up to maximum 5 years. If we are involved into other crimes and get the BLI (black list index), can it be up to to maximum 5 years for BLI as well depending on the situation? Some people said that it is 5 years ban from entering Malaysia generally for BLI. It's a bit confusing. That's why I am asking.
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answered on Oct 15, 2020 at 09:25
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edited May 20, 2021 at 04:31
 
My answer to the above queries have been transferred to the following thread:

https://www.lawyerment.com/answers/questions/12081/immigration-malaysia-blacklisting-ntl-ban-period-appeals-for-inbound-visitors-to?g=32#tab-top

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