Foreign Workers Legalization 6P Programme

Foreign Workers Legalization 6P Programme

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According to the local newspaper (TheStar Publication), our home ministry had announced that the Foreign Workers Legalization 6P Programme estimated to start on 11th July 2011. This massive legalization and amnesty exercise will commence for initial registration for “Two-Weeks” from the date announced. A further detail on whether there will be any extension for the registration is still unknown. ¬†

During this 2 week, these illegal foreigners and employers who participate, they will be spared legal prosecution. The move of this programme would help the country to cut down the number illegal immigrants. This whole foreign workers legalization 6P programme is expected to take 6 months to complete.

Under this foreign workers legalization 6P programme (Registration, Legalization, Amnesty, Supervision, Enforcement and Deportation), the illegal workers’ details would be keyed into the biometric system imposed by the Home Ministry. After the registration, the illegal foreign workers will be allow to return to their jobs. This is to avoid disruption of our Malaysia economic activities until our Home Ministry sort things out. Besides, once registered, there will be a proof of documents issued to these illegal immigrants. However, not all vacancies are to be filled by them as the registration would be base on the company natural of business and¬†sectors.

After the deadline of 6P programme, heavy penalty will be imposing towards the employer who fails to register their illegal foreign workers. Again, the govt. is giving everyone the opportunity to come clean, therefore, fail to do so an action would be taken.

NOTE:- Again, our advice to all. Do not make any deposit until everything is finalized by our Home Ministry.

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