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Ministry of Warning for those who want to go to Malaysia

The Ministry of Expatriate Welfare and Overseas Employment has issued an emergency warning for those interested in moving to Malaysia for employment through a government-approved recruiting agency.

According to a memorandum of understanding signed by the Bureau of Manpower, Employment and Training, a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Minister of Expatriate Welfare and Overseas Employment of the Government of Bangladesh Imran Ahmed and the Minister of Human Resources of the Government of Malaysia Datuk Seri M Saravanan to hire Bangladeshi workers. The cost will be borne by the receiving organization.

After completing the necessary preparations, a notification will be published in the media in time for the registration of the workers going to Malaysia in the database of BMET. No worker can go to Malaysia without registering in BMET’s database. Therefore, it has been requested not to make any financial transaction with any person, organization or recruitment agent before the official announcement about sending workers to Malaysia.

The statement further said that those who are interested in going to Malaysia should not fall into the trap of temptation and deception to go abroad. Do not be held hostage by handing over valuable documents including passport. Brokers or middlemen are a big barrier to safe immigration, so they should be avoided, the notice said.

In addition, if any recruiting agency or its representative / organization / person is found involved in illegal and advance transactions in the name of sending workers to Malaysia, legal action will be taken against them under Section 31 of the Overseas Employment and Immigration Act, 2013.

Besides, he has been asked to go abroad with deliberate training. To avoid fraud, financial transactions have to be done through banks and of course money receipts are instructed to be kept.

Contact the nearest District Employment and Manpower Office or Technical Training Center for any advice regarding travel abroad, including Malaysia. If you have any problems going abroad, you can get help from this website for cooperation. Or call 02-6300320 in the notification.

A memorandum of understanding was signed on December 19 last year in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to recruit workers from Bangladesh. Due to various problems and complaints, the Malaysian government suspended the recruitment of workers from Bangladesh in October 2016. A number of meetings were held between the two countries to resolve the crisis and start recruitment. After that, the Malaysian government approved the recruitment of workers from Bangladesh.

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