Make it easier for foreigners to apply for visa, urge MP, spouses

Alfian Z.M. Tahir

Non-Malaysian spouses are repeatedly required to apply for visas to remain here unlike our neighbours like Singapore and Thailand, which let families work, says the Klang MP. – AFP pic, January 30, 2021.

PUTRAJAYA should stop looking at the issue of Malaysian transnational families from a law-and-order angle and consider it from a developmental perspective, said Klang MP Charles Santiago.

Speaking at a webinar organised by the Foreign Spouses Support Group on Facebook yesterday, the DAP lawmaker said civil society must counter the narrative set by the government and the related agencies to make their voices heard.

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