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MsPiggyy

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When I moved to jb in 2011, it was not by choice, my brother told me to leave.

How long have you been staying in JB? You don't have to exit everyday right? You only leave JB once in a few weeks ah? Just use macs for now and see how...
Oh dear, I'm so sorry to hear that. I hope you are happy living in spore again.

I would have stayed for two years come end Oct this year. I took a break from work for a year plus. I only return to spore when I have work to complete or errands to run so that will be twice or thrice per week.

So far so good with the mac thingy. I am always polite and greet the immigration officers at all times. Only time will tell if I should move back to spore. :cool:
 

MsPiggyy

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Try to keep some stuff in singapore with a friend. Do not keep everything in jb. When i was refused entry, i had only my wallet, 50 dollars, phone and the clothes I was wearing. Liddat if you are ever refused entry at least you still have some stuff in singapore.

Encik in office no give chance one.
Sometimes the officer in the office can be sympathetic.

I recall one incident last year involving my son who insisted on leaving JB only close to the expiration of the 30 days. When a female immigration officer queried me and told us to follow her to the office, I explained to her that my son had a psychiatric issue and I couldn't afford to be late for his appointment at the spore IMH for his appointment. Subsequently, she came out of the office and told me that the officer said that it was ok as my son had a psychiatric issue.

To be honest, I find the Malaysians more gracious than the sinkies during my stay in JB. They are more patient, helpful and humble. I would love to live in JB permanently, if possible, but that would be wishful thinking on my part.
 

MsPiggyy

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People, please be informed that the authorities or the Traffic Police do conduct exercises to catch errant motorists violating the traffic laws at night.

I was caught making an illegal u-turn for the first time at a traffic junction outside Aeon Bukit Indah tonight. A female officer waved her hand at me and indicated to me to park at the side. A Malay male officer took my identity card and keyed in my details. I asked him where I should pay my fine. He said at the Traffic Police. I had no inkling where the Msian TP is so he said that the nearest TP is at Gelang Patah. Then I asked him how much the fine would be. He said RM 300. Then he passed me a piece of white paper with my identity card on top and said," I forgive you." I was so shocked and I said," Har? Really?" I laughed and he smiled at me and said the same thing again. I said thank you to him twice and he walked away.

Honestly, I am so grateful to this officer for being so gracious and exercising his discretion not to fine me. May God bless his kind heart. :inlove:

I still have that piece of white paper with his words "I forgive you". My souvenir. :roflmao:

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RafflesTiger

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Sometimes the officer in the office can be sympathetic.

I recall one incident last year involving my son who insisted on leaving JB only close to the expiration of the 30 days. When a female immigration officer queried me and told us to follow her to the office, I explained to her that my son had a psychiatric issue and I couldn't afford to be late for his appointment at the spore IMH for his appointment. Subsequently, she came out of the office and told me that the officer said that it was ok as my son had a psychiatric issue.

To be honest, I find the Malaysians more gracious than the sinkies during my stay in JB. They are more patient, helpful and humble. I would love to live in JB permanently, if possible, but that would be wishful thinking on my part.

Yes, after staying in JB 7yrs plus, i do also feel that singaporeans are a prideful bunch of people. Singapore is a more pretencious society where you have to sometimes say the 'right thing'. I always say Singapore is more safe but Malaysia is more free. It depends on whether you attribute a higher value to safety or freedom. People in Singapore are very wierd because they fear the people they gave power to and dare not have an opinion about issues.


As.a parent, it is not so important to keep your son from adversity but rather to always ensure that you inculcate in him the proper values.
 

MsPiggyy

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Yes, after staying in JB 7yrs plus, i do also feel that singaporeans are a prideful bunch of people. Singapore is a more pretencious society where you have to sometimes say the 'right thing'. I always say Singapore is more safe but Malaysia is more free. It depends on whether you attribute a higher value to safety or freedom. People in Singapore are very wierd because they fear the people they gave power to and dare not have an opinion about issues.


As.a parent, it is not so important to keep your son from adversity but rather to always ensure that you inculcate in him the proper values.
Ya, I agree with you on the part about sporeans. Dunno what to say about them.

The truth is I do not feel safe in spore at all cos I was robbed at knife point by a spore drug addict, scratched by a foreign Indian and nudged by another foreign Indian in broad daylight. Honestly I don't feel safe in spore cos there are too many foreigners. I feel safer in bukit indah and iskandar puteri cos there are many Chinese there.

The part about my son. It is hard to talk to him so he is overseas with his dad.
 

whoami

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So far so good with the mac thingy. I am always polite and greet the immigration officers at all times. Only time will tell if I should move back to spore. :cool:
Most of the time i would greet them with the Islamic salutation "Salam". Some upon hearing tat salutation would reciprocated same. But they would pause and flipped back some pages of my passport. Hmm....
 

MsPiggyy

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I tot there are 74.3% Chinese in Sinkieland? U should feel pretty much safe right?:roflmao:

https://www.indexmundi.com/singapore/demographics_profile.html
Where got so many Chinese? Many sporeans have emigrated. Sometimes you see more foreign Indians than local Chinese.

My elder sister was molested twice by foreign Indians. My ex-colleague was molested by a foreigner at her lift lobby at telok blangah. All our cases were unreported. I wonder how many such cases like ours are unreported too.
 

whoami

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In short, the Minister simply denies that MM2H has been suspended. Instead, they are just tightening the control and scrutinising more on the background of the applicants to prevent abuses.
Tks AHGS14 for the info.

No thanks to Forest City project and all those china projects at JB.
 

MsPiggyy

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Tks AHGS14 for the info.

No thanks to Forest City project and all those china projects at JB.
Maybe Foreign City will become a ghost town in future.

There is a mall at or near to danga bay area which is totally vacant. I can't remember the name of the mall. The glass window is broken too. The mall looks eerie when you drive past the mall at night. Does anyone here know what happened to that mall?
 

myrsing

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People, please be informed that the authorities or the Traffic Police do conduct exercises to catch errant motorists violating the traffic laws at night.

I was caught making an illegal u-turn for the first time at a traffic junction outside Aeon Bukit Indah tonight. A female officer waved her hand at me and indicated to me to park at the side. A Malay male officer took my identity card and keyed in my details. I asked him where I should pay my fine. He said at the Traffic Police. I had no inkling where the Msian TP is so he said that the nearest TP is at Gelang Patah. Then I asked him how much the fine would be. He said RM 300. Then he passed me a piece of white paper with my identity card on top and said," I forgive you." I was so shocked and I said," Har? Really?" I laughed and he smiled at me and said the same thing again. I said thank you to him twice and he walked away.

Honestly, I am so grateful to this officer for being so gracious and exercising his discretion not to fine me. May God bless his kind heart. :inlove:

I still have that piece of white paper with his words "I forgive you". My souvenir. :roflmao:

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Hows life sis? Remember me? :smile:

Lucky you. Forgiven on the spot. Should take down his name and write in to the department and vote him the most courteous and friendly officer.
 

myrsing

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Maybe Foreign City will become a ghost town in future.

There is a mall at or near to danga bay area which is totally vacant. I can't remember the name of the mall. The glass window is broken too. The mall looks eerie when you drive past the mall at night. Does anyone here know what happened to that mall?
I saw two mall. Vacant. Cant remember their names. One beside a viaduct (think was dagang mall). The other one (many years left vacant) along coastal highway facing singapore.
 

myrsing

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There is still hope for some. I suggest check the mm2h requirements in greater details.

http://www.mm2h.gov.my/index.php/en/terms-conditions

UPON APPROVAL
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(A) Aged Below 50 years old

Open a fixed deposit account of RM300,000.00

After a period of one year, the participant can withdraw up to RM150,000.00 for approved expenses relating to house purchase, education for children in Malaysia and medical purposes.

Must maintain a minimum balance of RM150,000.00 from second year onwards and throughout stay in Malaysia under this programme.
Approved participant who has purchased and own property which was bought at RM1 million and above in Malaysia may state his/her intention in letter of application during submission to lower down basic fixed deposit requirement of RM300,000 to RM150,000 on condition that the property has been fully paid and ownership documents such as grant and land title have already been issued. This amount may not be withdrawn until the participant decides to terminate his participation in MM2H programme.


(B) Aged 50 years and above

Can either choose to:
Open a fixed deposit account of RM150,000.00 ; OR
Show proof of receiving pension from government RM10,000 per month

After a period of one year, participant who fulfills the fixed deposit criterion can withdraw up to RM50,000.00 for approved expenses relating to house purchase, education for children in Malaysia and medical purposes.

Participant must maintain a minimum balance of RM100,000.00 from the second year onwards and throughout his/her stay in Malaysia under this programme.
Approved participant who has purchased and own property which was bought at RM1 million and above in Malaysia may state his/her intention in letter of application during submission to lower down basic fixed deposit requirement of RM150,000 to RM 100,000 on condition that the property has been fully paid and ownership documents such as grant and land title have already been issued. This amount may not be withdrawn until the participant decides to terminate his participation in MM2H programme.




FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS
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Applicants are expected to be financially capable of supporting themselves on this programme in Malaysia.

Upon application:

Applicants aged below 50 years are required to show proof of liquid assets worth a minimum of RM500,000 and offshore income of RM10,000 per month. For certified copy(s) of Current Account submitted as financial proof, applicants must provide the latest 3 months’ statement with each month’s credit balance of RM 500,000.

Applicants aged 50 and above may comply with the financial proof of RM350,000 in liquid assets and off shore income of RM10,000 per month. For certified copy(s) of Current Account submitted as financial proof, applicants must provide the latest 3 months’ statement with each month’s credit balance of RM 350,000. For those who have retired, they are required to show proof of receiving pension from government RM 10,000 per month.

Approved participant who has purchased and own property which was bought at RM1 million and above in Malaysia may state his/her intention in letter of application during submission to lower down basic fixed deposit requirement.
The processing fees charged by agents dont come cheap.
 

MsPiggyy

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Hows life sis? Remember me? :smile:

Lucky you. Forgiven on the spot. Should take down his name and write in to the department and vote him the most courteous and friendly officer.


Hey myrsing bro! Ya, I remember you. You are one of the two Malay bros who joined our whatsapp group chat. I think your whatsapp profile has a cat. Am I correct or wrong? :smile:

Dunno why the emoticon function is not working...

Life is good. How is your life bro?

Ya, it didn't cross my mind to get his name and write a letter of commendation. Sporean not so gracious lah. Haha next time I will remember. Thanks bro. :smile:
 
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