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Banned from Malaysia after overstaying?

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asked on May 10, 2011 at 04:51
by   Mr JJ
edited on Mar 28, 2016 at 22:00
 
If my Philippina girlfriend has lost her passport and overstayed in Malaysia then spent time in jail here and was deported, can she return with new passport? or would she be banned from entering?

Immigration officers used to say must stay away 3 months but I am wondering now they are fingerprinting all visitors etc.

Should she return with new passport? Is there likely to be a problem? Should she apply visa first in Manila with me as sponsor?
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answered on Feb 3, 2017 at 14:02
by   jeff005
edited Feb 15, 2017 at 07:28
 
is there any way for me to solve this issue. What should I do?
Surrender to Immigration.

Read here:
https://www.lawyerment.com/answers/questions/11868/what-to-do-if-you-overstayed-in-malaysia
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answered on Feb 9, 2017 at 05:37
by   mmmm
edited Feb 15, 2017 at 07:29
 
I am banned from Malaysia for 5 years for overstaying and fake stamp. Can I remove my name from black list if bring lawyer and go to court again? 
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answered on Feb 9, 2017 at 07:12
by   mmmm
edited Feb 15, 2017 at 07:31
 
I asked that because when I was leaving Malaysia, officer said that I can remove my name from blacklist from my own country if want to study in Malaysian university. I heard from my friend, she is Indonesian and her husband is Malaysian, she also got blacklist and they try to clear her name also, they bring lawyer but still now her case in process. She said that needs process 2 or 3 times. Have I chance for clear my name from ban? I really wanna study about Master degree in Malaysia. Malaysia is my everything.
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answered on Feb 9, 2017 at 17:15
by   jeff005
edited Feb 15, 2017 at 07:37
 
Can I remove my name from black list if bring lawyer and go to court again? 
How to bring a case in Malaysian Court of Law when you are not in Malaysia. Almost any doc filed in court must be witnessed by a Commission of Oaths based in Malaysia in your presence.

she is Indonesian and her husband is Malaysian, she also got blacklist and they try to clear her name also, they bring lawyer but still now her case in process.
Did the lawyer appeal to Immigration or file a case in court. Asking is because you mention "go to court again". You have a spouse in Malaysia to file a case?

Lawyer... hahahaa. Wasting moneys.. sure lose. What did the Immigration do wrong?

Because of any court case, after the 5 years Ban, if she still try to come in, the Immigration may now chop a NTL on her passport. Reason, because of the court case. The husband can make an appeal to immigration not file case in court. Did they realised that they are bring the Malaysian Government to court? And they cannot make such type of appeal in court.

Wrong type of application of appeal..!!

Request from the University you are applying to "appeal" on your behalf..!!
Do not break International Travel Laws ever again.
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answered on Feb 9, 2017 at 17:34
by   jeff005
edited Feb 9, 2017 at 17:58
by   jeff005
Can I remove my name from block list if bring lawyer and go to court again? 
Again..??  Does this mean that you have attended court before?
With or without legal representation?
"Fake stamp" means you could have been charged under the "Penal Code" and not ordinary breaking of immigration laws only.
If charged under this code and been given a "verdict" , you can make a request for "stay of execution" of the Court Order and "appeal" within 14 days to 1 month while still inside Malaysia.
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answered on Feb 9, 2017 at 20:33
by   mmmm
edited Feb 15, 2017 at 07:37
 
Sorry, but I didn't understand you. You mean that I can't make my ban period shorter? Or how? 
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answered on Feb 9, 2017 at 20:41
by   jeff005
I have answered

Request from the University you are applying to "appeal" on your behalf..!! 
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answered on Feb 9, 2017 at 20:46
by   mmmm
Immigration officer said that I can send request and offer from university to that place where I had court and may be they will allow to give me student pass. Is it correct? 
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answered on Feb 10, 2017 at 00:00
by   jeff005
edited Feb 15, 2017 at 07:38
 
Wrong..!!

The immigration officer is not versed. You could have been crying during deportation. Immigration officer is just try to pacify you.

Just inform your college about your issue. If the college is legitimate, they will know what to do.

The court does not issue student pass.
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answered on Feb 10, 2017 at 03:30
by   jeff005
edited Feb 15, 2017 at 07:39
 
CYBERJAYA, Feb 8 — Twenty-nine foreign students were deported last year for abusing their visas, including for being involved in immoral activities.

Deputy Director-General (Control) of Immigration Department, Datuk Ibrahim Abdullah said 91,686 foreign students arrived last year and of the total, 674 were arrested for overstaying.

The students arrested were from Bangladesh (413) followed by China (51), Nigeria (51), Egypt (29), Pakistan (13), Philippines (11) and  others (106).

“We will continue to monitor the activities of foreign students in this country,” he said after a visit by Deputy Minister of Higher Education Datuk Dr Mary Yap Kain Ching to Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS), here today.

Established in 2012, EMGS is a non-profit company limited by guarantee under the Higher Education Ministry to carry out marketing, promotion and recruitment of international students to Malaysia, including processing student visa.

EMGS chief executive officer Mohd Yazid Abdul Hamid said currently, EMGS received between 6,000 and 7,000 student visa applications monthly and processed between 300 and 400 visas daily.

“Currently, the visa processing period for foreign students will take about seven days, way ahead of the 14-day deadline given by the government,” he said.

According to Mohd Yazid, visa applications of foreign students have to go through two screenings — academic and security — before being approved.

Yap in the meantime, lauded the cooperation between EMGS and the Immigration Department for processing student visa in a shorter period compared to the 14-day deadline.

“The Higher Education Ministry will continue to work with the Immigration Department to eradicate cases of foreign students involved in immoral activities,” she said. — Bernama

See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/immigration-dept-29-foreign-students-deported-in-2016#sthash.gbAF2XOy.dpuf
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