suspected of being blacklisted by the imigresen? better checking before booking a flight!
Sometimes it can be very frustrating to find yourself on Malaysia's blacklist. The reason might be discrepancies between the stamps on your passport and your entry and exit records. Some clients have indeed encountered such peculiar situations, leading to issues during entry or exit.
While most of my friends haven't experienced this, I agree that arranging a Malaysia immigration record check is a wise decision. This way, you can be fully informed and avoid any surprises. We also offer services for checking Malaysia's blacklist and verifying the authenticity of long-term visas, all in one place, and at an affordable cost.
For privacy reasons, I won't display screenshots here, but generally, you can check your recent Malaysia entry and exit records. It's advisable to cross-verify your passport stamps with the system records before traveling. If there are discrepancies, it's crucial to be cautious. Immigration officers might ask questions during transit, and not understanding or misinterpreting them could lead to complications.
This is why it's essential to plan and conduct necessary checks if you've taken certain actions that might have triggered such responses. Being proactive and having all required documents ready can prevent unnecessary hassles. The example of a friend facing questioning due to language barriers emphasizes the importance of being prepared. The key is not to relinquish control to immigration officers and, if needed, to seek assistance.
"This issue has been encountered by Cao in numerous cases over the past six months. I would like to emphasize once again the necessity of verifying the authenticity of Malaysian work visas, especially for certain visa types that are not easily accessible for querying. This often requires sending someone to the immigration office for an official check. Additionally, there is the matter of Malaysia Immigration Blacklist. Sometimes, even if the stamp on your passport indicating the blacklist has expired, it's advisable to internally verify through the immigration system. There have been instances where the dates in the internal system differ from the stamped dates on the passport, and immigration officers rely on the system data.
If it involves a Malaysian work visa, it becomes even more crucial to check because the market for such visas can be murky. It's important not to let laziness lead to potential entry or exit obstacles. You might regret it later. Little Cao has already shared many cases of scams on the blog, so it's essential to be cautious. For example, check out articles like '[Caution] Malaysian Work Visa Scam Cases and Prevention Measures' and '[Caution] Malaysian Work Visa Scam Alert Cases and Detailed Discussion.' In the future, I will try to gather more feedback from users and expose these scam cases to the public for awareness.
If you need to check Malaysia's work visas or other related matters, please feel free to contact. Also, if you need bird's nest services, you can contact me. Haha.
Firstly, you must keep your old passport (do not apply for a new one immediately; otherwise, you will need to do a lot of notarizations to prove the relationship between the old and new passports). Then, you need to scan the original passport. Afterward, it takes about two months. First, go to open the file, get the receipt after 14 days, then submit it to the Malaysian security bureau, get the relevant receipt, and wait for approval. If approved, you must enter Malaysia within one year. If not approved, it means your case might be a bit complicated. When entering Malaysia, bring your old passport. That's roughly the process. If needed, the company should guarantee and follow the formal appeal process, rather than relying on personal connections.赞赏