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Indian Embassy Issues Travel Advisory for Nationals Visiting Malaysia

The Indian High Commission in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Thursday issued an advisory to Indian travellers visiting Malaysia due to an increase in cases of Indian nationals being denied entry into the country (receiving an NTL directive) by the Malaysian Immigration authorities at the international airport of entry.

Indian Embassy Issues Travel Advisory for Nationals Visiting Malaysia

The Indian Embassy in its advisory stated that, as travel between India and Malaysia has been fully restored and airline operations have increased, the High Commission of India in Kuala Lumpur has noticed a rise in the number of instances where Indian nationals have been prohibited from entering Malaysia by the Malaysian Immigration authorities at the international airport of entry due to receiving a ‘Not to land’ (NTL) directive.

This has resulted in these individuals being denied entry into the country.

In all such cases, Indian national travellers, those denied entry, are in possession of a valid social visit pass/e-Social Visit Pass (equivalent to a Tourist Visa). Reasons for Indian passengers being given ‘NTL’ by the Malaysian Immigration authorities and denied entry into Malaysia include.

  1. Lack of sufficient funds to cover the duration of the trip.
  2. Not having confirmed return flight tickets and/or hotel reservations.
  3. Having fake return tickets and/or hotel reservations.
  4. Unclear about the purpose of the trip; and
  5. Unable to satisfactorily respond to questions asked by Immigration Officer.

The embassy also advised that if a traveller is unable to understand the questions asked by the Malaysian Immigration authorities, they can request that the Immigration Official provide a translator proficient in the relevant language to assist with communication.

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