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11,500 Illegal Foreign Workers And 272 Employers Have Been Detained Since Jun 30 2017

11,500 illegal foreign workers and 272 employers have been detained nationwide as part of a continuous operation conducted since the end of the E-card programme deadline on June 30. Firmer punishment, including whipping, awaits Malaysian employers who hire or give refuge to illegal foreign workers.

Immigration Department director-general Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali said he recently met with Chief Justice Tun Md Raus Sharif to discuss the punishments to be meted out to employers who commit immigration offences.

“I have discussed (the judicial issues) with the Chief Justice, and he expressed his readiness (to mete out) the punishments, including whipping, to employers who are still stubborn,” he said.

Mustafar revealed this after leading a team of 39 officers and Department members on an operation to detain illegal foreigners at two construction sites here and in Kamunting. The operation began last night and ended early this morning.

Mustafar added that his Department will also punish employers who protect illegal foreign workers by freezing company assets.

As of 11.30pm last night, he said 11,500 illegal foreign workers and 272 employers have been detained nationwide as part of a continuous operation conducted since the end of the E-card programme deadline on June 30.

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Last night’s operation started at 10.30pm and saw 139 foreign workers checked and 45 detained for not having valid travel documents and misusing their employee passes.

“In this operation, 39 men, six women and two children, aged 1 month and 3, were detained and brought to the Ipoh Immigration Department for documentation, before being taken to the Langkap Immigration Depot for further investigation,” he said.

Mustafar also requested the cooperation of employers and local authorities on monitoring the construction of “rumah kongsi” in Taiping, which are deemed unsafe for habitation.

“On our side, there is no compromise with illegal foreign workers and we will continue conducting operations. But in terms of the safety of (legal) foreign workers, local authorities are looking into the aspects of their residential locations.

“For example, at ongoing construction sites, developers must prepare “rumah kongsi” (that meet minimum safety requirements),” he said.

Foreign workers News source: NST

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  • Please stated what kind of products & services you are dealing with. ie Manufacturing - Food.
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    How many foreign workers working in your organization currently?
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Muar Furniture Sector Short of 10,000 Foreign Workers

Furniture manufacturers in Johor are facing foreign labour shortage and it has caused at least 10 manufacturers in Muar to close last year, said the Federation of Johor Furniture Manufacturers and Traders Association president Koh Chon Chai. He said the problem is serious and the industry players in the state were short of 10,000 foreign workers.

“This has affected production. Some have been forced to close down,” he said on the sidelines of a trade conference.

Koh said Muar is a major furniture production base for the country and 63% of the furniture exported by Malaysia is produced in Johor.

“There are some 800 factories. We export to over 100 countries. Our export is worth about RM9.5 billion. Demand is good due to the quality of our raw materials and good design,” he said.

Koh said automation was not the solution to the labour woes.

“Our products can only fetch premium prices when we tell our customers that our furniture is handmade,” he said.

He said, the handmade requirement has become one of the obstacles for automation of the industry.

According to statistics, a total of 8,048 foreign workers were brought in for the furniture industry in 2016.

In June, in a move to help the industry, the government banned the export of rubber wood from July 1.

The Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong said that the decision was made following complaints by the furniture industry and exporters that they were facing a shortage.

Wee said the country exported some RM300 million in raw rubber wood yearly to countries like Vietnam and China.

Foreign workers News source: The Sun

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Program Rehiring dan 3+1 Tamat 31 Disember 2017

Program Penggajian dan Penempatan Semula Pendatang Asing Tanpa Izin (Program Pemutihan PATI) atau ‘Rehiring’ dan Program Serah Diri Sukarela (3+1) akan tamat pada 31 Disember ini dan tidak akan dilanjutkan. Ketua Pengarah Imigresen, Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali menasihatkan majikan dan pendatang PATI supaya tidak menunggu di saat-saat akhir untuk mendaftar bagi kedua-dua program berkenaan.

“Saya tegaskan selepas tamat sahaja kedua-dua program ini ia tidak akan dilanjutkan.

“Selepas itu pihak jabatan akan meneruskan operasi dan akan berterusan sama seperti operasi yang sedang berjalan sekarang bagi menangkap PATI dan majikan yang gagal mengikuti program pendaftaran PATI,” katanya selepas majlis Perhimpunan Bulanan Jabatan Imigresen di sini hari ini.

Mustafar seterusnya berkata, pihaknya akan mengadakan pertemuan dengan pihak Jabatan Peguam Negara dan Ketua Hakim Negara, Tan Sri Md. Raus Sharif bagi membincangkan berkaitan hukuman dan pendakwaan terhadap PATI. – UTUSAN ONLINE.

Foreign workers News source: Utusan Malaysia

English version: No Extension For 3 + 1 & Rehiring Programmes After Dec 31 – Malaysia Immigration DG

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  • Please stated what kind of products & services you are dealing with. ie Manufacturing - Food.
  • Please enter a value between 1 and 999.
    How many foreign workers working in your organization currently?
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No Extension For 3 + 1 & Rehiring Programmes After Dec 31 – Malaysia Immigration DG

Pleas to extend the 3-plus-1 and rehiring programme introduced by the Immigration department for foreign workers will not be entertained when it ends on Dec 31 2017. Director-general Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali stressed employers or immigrants working in the country should not wait until its too late.

“I’m stressing again that there will not be any extension and enforcement will be carried out forcefully to detain those who failed to register,” he said after attending the department’s monthly assembly here today.

This is how the department did to the Enforcement Card or E-card registration programme which was not extended when it expired on June 30, he said.

He stressed ‘Ops Mega’ which was carried out to track down and detain employers and illegal workers who failed to obtain the E-card, will be continued everyday even after Dec 31.

“We will not stop until we register every foreign worker in the country,” he added.

Employers and foreign workers who wished to stay on work in Malaysia must take the registration drive seriously.

“They (illegal foreign workers) must know the consequences of being detained and sent back. Foreign workers will be blacklisted from returning to the country again,” he added.

The rehiring programme was introduced last year when the government had decided to stop the recruitment of new foreign workers.

Illegal foreign workers however can seek to get themselves legalised under the programme which began on Feb 15 2016.

The 3-plus-1 programme, on the other hand is a voluntarily surrendering of illegal workers.

Those who surrendered would be charged a penalty of RM400 instead of paying up to RM5,000 if they were caught by the authorities, Mustafar said.

“Under our 3-Plus-1 programme, they will need to pay a fine of RM400, then buy an air ticket and return to their countries of origin.

“They will also be given a blacklist period which can be up to five years from entering Malaysia,” he added.

Mustafar also said he would meeting the Chief Justice and representatives from Attorney-general Chamber to impose stricter penalties for employers and illegal workers.

Foreign workers News source: NST Online

Versi Bahasa Malaysia: Rehiring program dan 3+1 tamat 31 Disember ini

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  • Please stated what kind of products & services you are dealing with. ie Manufacturing - Food.
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    How many foreign workers working in your organization currently?
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    How many foreign workers working in your organization currently want to register for rehiring program?
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Malaysia Detains Illegal Immigrants In Raid On ‘Bangla Market’ In Kuala Lumpur

The Malaysian authorities have detained more Bangladeshis in a drive on a market at Jalan Silang in Kuala Lumpur conducted as part of the ongoing crackdown on illegal immigrants.

The market is known as ‘Bangla Market’ as it is frequented mostly by Bangladeshi workers living in Kuala Lumpur.

A Bangladeshi businessman in the area said the number of detained Bangladeshis would be 50 to 60, including some women.

Malaysian departments of immigration and customs and Kula Lumpur City Corporation jointly conducted the raid for around two and a half hours from 12pm on Saturday.

Kota Roya Bangladeshi Traders’ Association President Rashed Badal told bdnews24.com that the authorities checked whether the businesses at the market were following the laws.

“They have warned us against employing illegal immigrants,” he said.

“They detained 50 to 60 Bangladeshi customers during the drive,” he added.

The Bangladesh High Commission in Kuala Lumpur, however, could not confirm how many Bangladeshis were detained in the raid.

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After hundreds of Bangladeshis were detained in the crackdown on illegal immigrants in Malaysia last month, Bangladesh Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment Minister Nurul Islam said on July 16 that “Malaysia has suspended the crackdown because of the Bangladesh government’s initiative.”

Bangladeshis made up nearly half of the 1,035 foreign nationals detained on July 1, the first day of Malaysia’s crackdown on illegal immigration, according to the local media.

The detainees did not have the necessary enforcement card (e-card) or permits for temporary residence or work, authorities said.

Malaysia’s immigration department had accepted applications for e-cards for four months until Jun 30.

During this time, 26,957 companies applied for e-cards for 155,650 workers from 15 countries.

The majority of applicants were Bangladeshis totalling 71,903.

The Bangladesh High Commission earlier said the e-card grants permission to stay until Feb 15 next year.

This means that those without a valid passport or permission to work may stay and work in Malaysia until Feb 14.

It is possible for the foreign nationals with e-cards to obtain passports and travel documents from their embassies for a new work permit within that time.

Malaysian authorities have warned that those who stay past the deadline will be deported.

According to The Sun Daily, over 600,000 illegal immigrants live in Malaysia, and only 23 percent of them have received e-cards.

Foreign Worker News source: bdnews24.com

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  • Tell us which industry are you from?
  • Please stated what kind of products & services you are dealing with. ie Manufacturing - Food.
  • Please enter a value between 1 and 999.
    How many foreign workers working in your organization currently?
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EMP Consultancy Office Relocate To USJ One City Starting From 7 Aug 2017

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Here is our new office address:
D3, 3rd Floor, Garden Shoppe,
One City, Jalan USJ 25/1A,
47650 Subang Jaya, Selangor.

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A-5-9, Empire Tower, Jalan SS 16/1
47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor.

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Malaysia UNHCR Cardholders Given Until Sept 30 To Get MyRC Card

Kuala Lumpur – About 150,000 United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) cardholders in Malaysia have until Sept 30 to apply for the special MyRC identity card issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs after registering under the Tracking Refugees Information System (TRIS).

As such, Deputy Home Minister Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed said refugees currently in the country were encouraged to input their biometric data under the new TRIS to ensure the government had the updated and extensive data on them.

To date, only 321 UNHCR refugees have registered to get the MyRC, comprising Myanmar nationals (98 per cent), Pakistanis (1.25 per cent) and Sri Lankans (0.31 per cent), he said.

unhcr-logoNur Jazlan said the MyRC initiative was implemented under the ‘Proof of Concept’ (POC)’ programme on April 1. He said the POC programme would enable the government to have information and biometric data of refugees and asylum seekers, who are currently in the UNHCR database.

At the end of the registration process, all the refugees would be issued a MyRC card with 21 security features that become the identity of the cardholder.

The card would contain their personal information and biometric data that are kept in a database for monitoring purposes and this would allow authorities like the Police and Immigration Department, to easily identify UNHCR cardholders.

“We want to ensure these refugees are protected. When they have a card with their biometric data, the government will have their records. Local authorities will respect this card, and refugees won’t be subjected to abuse by those who want to take advantage of their refugee status,” he said.

“They don’t have to worry, their status as refugees will continue to be maintained and respected by the government despite being registered under the system,” he told reporters after visiting the TRIS Centre in Bangsar today.

The TRIS Centre in Tower 5 Avenue 5 in Bangsar is open daily except Saturday and Sunday and public holidays from 8am to 4pm.

Foreign workers News source: Free Malaysia Today

 

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New E-kad To Enable Legalisation Of Malaysia Foreign Workers, Says Immigration Dept

Important Notice: E-Kad (E-card) is official closed on 30th June, 2017 and there is no more extension. Right now can only register for Rehiring program and legalise your workers.

Rehiring Program is for those who fulfilled the following requirement:

  • Age between 18 – 44
  • Posses Valid Passport For 2 years
  • Posses Valid Entry Record, last entry/arrival date before 1st March 2016, if your workers arrived after this date, please contact us for more info
  • Former / expired work permit (general & professional) under another company
  • Former / expired student visa permit
  • No Blacklisted record
  • No “Lari majikan” report / Run away from employer record
  • No Fomema (medical) unfit record

You can register for Rehiring program and get the Rehiring certificate in one (1) week time. Your workers can start work as soon as gotten rehiring certificate.

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Illegal foreign workers with valid employers can come forward to register and legalise their employment under the Immigration Department’s E-kad Malaysia (enforcement card Malaysia) programme.

immigration_dg_Datuk_Seri_Mustafar_AliImmigration Department director-general Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali (pic) said the government made the decision to legalise the employment of foreign workers following high demands from several sectors.

“The registration will be available from Feb 15 at all of our offices in the peninsula and state Immigration departments,” he told a press conference after visiting its Shah Alam headquarters at Kompleks PKNS Shah Alam, on Tuesday.

Registration for the E-kad will be free and it will be valid for a period of one year.

Only five sectors have been approved for the programme, namely, the plantation, agriculture, industrial, construction and services, said Mustafar.

He added that employers can apply for the E-kad between the period of Feb 15 until June 30.

“There will be no extension beyond June 30 and we are firm on this.

“During the one-year period, employers are adviced to apply for their worker’s passport and permits from their respective embassies,” he said.

He also warned employers not to apply to register their foreign workers through any middlemen or agents.

“The employers have to register their foreign workers with the necessary documentations and it will take two days to process,” he said.

He estimated that between 400,000 to 600,000 foreign workers will turn up to register under the programme.

News Source: TheStar

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Malaysia Foreign Workers E-Card (E-Kad) Program

Enquiry Form For Malaysia Foreign Workers E-Card (E-Kad) Program
  • Tell us which industry are you from?
  • Please stated what kind of products & services you are dealing with. ie Manufacturing - Food.
  • If you are a foreign workers, tell us which country are you from.
    If you are Malaysian employers, please stated your workers' country origin.
  • What is your current no. of workers in your company
  • How many new workers you intend to hire
  • Please write down the requirements, issue and problem (if any) you encountered and would like to seek professional opinions from us.
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Program E-KAD Sementara Pekerja Asing – FAQs

Important Notice: E-Kad (E-card) is official closed on 30th June, 2017 and there is no more extension. Right now can only register for Rehiring program and legalise your workers.

Rehiring Program is for those who fulfilled the following requirement:

  • Age between 18 – 44
  • Posses Valid Passport For 2 years
  • Posses Valid Entry Record, last entry/arrival date before 1st March 2016, if your workers arrived after this date, please contact us for more info
  • Former / expired work permit (general & professional) under another company
  • Former / expired student visa permit
  • No Blacklisted record
  • No “Lari majikan” report / Run away from employer record
  • No Fomema (medical) unfit record

You can register for Rehiring program and get the Rehiring certificate in one (1) week time. Your workers can start work as soon as gotten rehiring certificate.

Contact us at +6019-355 6680 (Steve), +6017-6688 332 (Mang) to find out how.

Program E-KAD Sementara Pekerja Asing – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. Apakah itu Program E-Kad Sementara Pekerja Asing?

Merupakan suatu inisiafif yang dilancarkan oleh Kerajaan bertujuan untuk member peluang kepada PATI tanpa dokumen perjalanan yang sah dan bekerja secara haram di Malaysia diberikan kad kebenaran bekerja sementara bagi memenuhi sector FORMAL yang dibenarkan.

Program ini turut dirangka untuk memenuhi permintaan majikan untuk mengisi keperluan tenaga kerja di sektor pekerjaan yang dibenarkan sahaja serta membolehkan Kerajaan mengetahui jumlah PATI dalam Negara bagi tujuan pemantauan dan memenuhi keperluan senario keselamatan semasa.

Majikan dan PATI yang telah didaftarkan seterusnya perlu mendapatkan dokumen (Pasport) daripada pihak kedutaan yang berkenaan bagi membolehkan PATI tersebut diputihkan melalui program ini.

  1. Apakah perbezaan antara Program Rehiring dengan Program E-Kad Sementara Pekerja Asing?

Program E-Kad ini khas untuk PATI tanpa dokumen perjalanan yang sah dan bekerja secara haram di Malaysia. Ia merupakan kaedah tapisan awal kepada majikan dan PATI tanpa dokumen bagi membolehkan kelulusan bersyarat diberi secara terus kepada PATI untuk mendapatkan dokumen yang sah. Seterusnya majikan dan PATI terlibat memohon PLKS secara terus di Jabatan Imigresen Malaysia.

  1. Bilakah jangka masa/ tempoh Program ini dilaksanakan?

Selaras dengan pengumuman YAB Timbalan Perdana Menteri merangkap Menteri Dalam Negeri semasa Mesyuarat JKKPA PATI Bil. 1/2017 bertarikh 17 Januari 2017 yang Ialu serta kenyataan Media daripada Ketua Pengarah Imigresen Malaysia pada 20 Januari 2017, program ini akan dimulakan pada 15 Februari 2017 sehingga 30 Jun 2017.

  1. Berapa Iamakah temph sah Iaku E-Kad Sementara Pekerja Asing?

E-Kad Sementara Pekerja Asing yang dikeluarkan semasa program ini berlangsung hanya sah diperlakukan sehingga 15 Februari 2018 sahaja.

  1. PATI dari negara manakah yang layak menyertai Program E-Kad?

Selaras matlamat bagi mengisi keperluan pekerja kategori separa mahir yang diperlukan oleh industri, Program hanya dibuka kepada PATI dari 15 negara sumber pekerja asing sahaja iaitu Bangladesh, Filipina, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kemboja, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan dan Vietnam.

  1. Apakah syarat-syarat utama E-Kad Sementara Pekerja Asing?

Antara syarat-syarat utama adalah:

  • mempunyai Majikan
  • bebas daripada sebarang rekod jenayah.
  • Lulus pemeriksaan kesihatan ; dan
  • Tidak tersenarai dalam senarai syak jabatan

Selain itu, pelaksanaan E-Kad Sementara Pekerja Asing adalah tertakluk kepada sektor berikut:

  1. Perkilangan
  2. Pembinaan
  3. Perladangan
  4. Pertanian
  5. Perkhidmatan:
  • Restoran (T ukang Masak)
  • Pembersihan/Pencucian
  • Pulau Peranginan
  • Spa
  • Refleksologi
  • Hotel
  • Kedi (Lelaki sahaja)
  • Taman Tema
  • Dobi
  • Tukang Gunting Rambut
  • Perniagaan Borong & Runcit
  • Perniagaan Tekstil
  • Tukang Emas
  • Rumah Kebajikan
  • Pekerja am di Bengkel
  • Pekerja am di Tempat Cuci Kereta
  • Pekerja am di Pasar (bukan frontliner)
  • Pekerja am di Kedai Serbaneka, Stesen Minyak (bukan frontliner)
  • Pekerja am di Hypermarket
  • Perlombongan
  • Hutan Kayu bakau / Hutan Kayu Balak
  • Gudang
  • Kargo

Keputusan muktamad ke atas permohonan bagi E-Kad Sementara Pekerja Asing adalah terletak di bawah bidang kuasa Jabatan Imigresen Malaysia.

  1. Apakah jantina Pekerja Asing dan Sektor Yang dibenarkan untuk bekerja bagi program E-Kad Sementara Pekerja Asing?

Secara ringkasnya adalah seperti berikut:

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  1. Adakah Program ini dilaksanakan di seluruh negara?

Program ini dilaksanakan di Semenanjung Malaysia sahaja, tidak termasuk Sabah, Sarawak dan Labuan.

  1. Siapakah yang perlu mendaftar bagi program ini?

Majikan yang mempunyai Pekerja Asing yang tidak mempunyai Pas Lawatan Kerja Sementara (PLKS) yang sah.

  1. Adakah tanggungan PATI juga boleh didaftarkan?

Tidak boleh didaftarkan mengikut dasar pekerja asing sedia ada. Namun demikian, tanggungan PATI perlu hadir di mana-mana Bahagian Penguatkuasa, Pejabat Imigresen terdekat untuk proses  penghantaran pulang ke negara asal melalui Program (3+1).

  1. Adakah pemegang kad UNHCR boleh mendaftar?

Pelarian yang memegang kad UNHCR tidak boleh mendaftar dalam program ini.

  1. Bagaimanakah permohonan bagi Program ini dibuat?

Pendaftaran boleh dibuat di Ibu Pejabat Imigresen Putrajaya dan di semua pejabat Imigresen Negeri mulai 15 Februari 2017 ini.

  1. Berapakah kos yang perlu dibayar bagi Program ini?

Kad ini diberikan secara PERCUMA dan tiada kos pendaftaran dikenakan.

  1. Adakah Program ini akan menggugat keeelamatan dan ketenteraman awam Negara?

Pelaksanaan program ini akan dilakukan dengan berhati-hati dan terkawal supaya tidak berlaku kes-kes penipuan oleh individu-individu yang tidak bertanggungjawab yang cuba mengambil peluang untuk mengaut keuntungan daripada PATI. Bagi tujuan ini, Kerajaan mengenakan syarat-syarat yang ketat terhadap PATI dan Majikan untuk menyertai Program ini serta akan memastikan mana-mana PATI yang tidak Iayak akan dihantar pulang ke Negara asal mengikut prosedur sedia ada iaitu Program 3 +1 bagi memastikan pengurangan lambakan PATI dalam Negara.

  1. Apakah bentuk hukuman yang akan dikenakan jika Majikan masih menggaji PATI secara haram meskipun PATI itu Iayak menyertai Program ini?

Mana-mana Majikan yang didapati menggaji PATI tanpa berdaftar dibawah apa-apa Program yang berkuatkuasa sekarang ini akan dikenakan hukuman yang berat mengikut perundangan sedia ada melibatkan kesalahan menggaji PATI iaitu seperti mana tertakluk di bawah seksyen 55 (B) Akta Imigresen 1959/63 yang mengenakan hukuman denda tidak kurang RM 10,000 tetapi tidak Iebih RM 50,000 atau penjara tidak Iebih 12 bulan atau kedua-duanya sekali.

 

DATO’ SRI HAJI MUSTAFAR BIN HAJI ALI
KETUA PENGARAH IMIGRESEN MALAYSIA
13 FEBRUARI 2017

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MyEG’s Contract To Register Malaysia Foreign Workers Extended Till 31 Dec 2017

My EG Services Bhd’s (MyEG) contract to manage the registration of Malaysia illegal foreign workers under the rehiring program has been extended until Dec 31, 2017.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, the e-Government services provider said it received a notification letter on Monday from the Home Affairs Ministry regarding the extension. The project was originally scheduled to run from Feb 15, 2016, to Aug 15, 2016.

MyEG said it would be able to register all foreign workers except those from Myanmar.

The company said the project had no fixed value as it depended on the number of illegal foreign workers successfully registered.

“It is expected to contribute positively to the earnings and net assets per share of the group for the financial years ending June 30,  2017 and 2018 respectively.

MyEG said none of the directors and/or major shareholders and persons connected with a director or major shareholder had any interest, direct or indirect, in the project.

Recently the Immigration Department gave MyEG the mandate to provide online renewal of temporary employment pass for foreign workers for a period of five years, backdated to start from May 23, 2015.

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