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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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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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Enquiry Form For Malaysia Foreign Workers Rehiring Program
  • 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?
  • Please enter a value between 1 and 999.
    How many foreign workers working in your organization currently want to register for rehiring program?
  • If you are a foreign workers, tell us which country are you from.
    If you are Malaysian employers, please stated your workers' country origin.
  • Please write down the requirements, issue and problem (if any) you encountered and would like to seek professional opinions from us.
    Tell us how do you found us and our website.
  • Please let us know the convenience time to contact you to discuss further.