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Immigration DG: Lodge reports over payments for E-card

Alyaa Alhadjri

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Modified 21 Jul 2017, 4:26 am

Employers or foreign workers who had made payments to secure a temporary Immigration Department Enforcement Card (E-card) should lodge a police report as they are likely to have been cheated.

This is because the process to secure an E-card is absolutely free, immigration department director-general Mustafar Ali told Malaysiakini.

"I would like to stress that no agent can be used to register for an E-card because workers and employers will be cheated," he said when contacted yesterday.

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