Putrajaya's recent statement that Malaysia would not take in all 1.5 million Bangladeshi workers proved it was not telling the whole truth on the issue, the Malaysian Trade Union Congress (MTUC) said today.Read More
Its director-general Datuk Sakib Kusmi said the operations were conducted between 11pm on Friday and 10am on Saturday.Read More
Feb 21, 2016- Malaysia has decided to temporarily suspend the hiring of foreign workers in an effort to encourage its own people to take unskilled jobs.
Concerned stakeholders said the move could have adverse effect in the long run as Malaysia is home to around 700,000 Nepali workers. They, however, said that the decision is unlikely to m Read More
As many as 60,000 Cambodian deportees from Thailand are expected to cross back into Cambodia this year, according to Samaritan’s Purse, an international NGO that works with deportees and migrants along the border with Thailand.
PUTRAJAYA: The Home Ministry has received 8,418 applications for the illegal immigrants Rehiring Programme for a period of four days from Febuary 15.
Its secretary-general Datuk Seri Alwi Ibrahim said these involved 8,100 applications for Indonesian nationals, Myanmar citizens (178) and other nationalities (140).Read More
Feb 21, 2016- Malaysian authorities have nabbed 971 foreigners in a nationwide crackdown that began on Friday midnight.
According to a government-run news agency Bernama report, 161 Nepalis have been arrested in a crackdown launched at Malacca. However, the exact number of arrested Nepalis has not been independently verified.