Tue, 04 Sep 2007
BOGOR, West Java (Antara): The Bogor Immigration Office has arrested three Malaysians, identified as The Choong Eng (53), Yap Yuen Loy (43), and Tee Kok Khing (31), for violating immigration permits and other papers, an official said.

"The three Malaysians used their tourist visas for employment in a company in Bogor. They worked at the quality control division of PT Mastrotto Indonesia in Sentul, Bogor," said head of the Bogor Immigration Office Ibrahim Saleh on Monday.

Ibrahim said the three had been arrested last Friday when they were about to extend their temporary visa.

Foreigners working in Indonesia should have working visa from Immigration Office and working permit issued by the Ministry of Manpower. They also have to pay income tax, said Ibrahim.

He added that the Bogor Immigration office has been processing the dossiers of the three Malaysians which would soon be submitted to the local public prosecution office. (**)


Tue, 04 Sep 2007
From: JakChat
Comment by KuKuKaChu
some real oddities in this story.

 Quote:
Ibrahim said the three had been arrested last Friday when they were about to extend their temporary visa.

excuse me, but if they had tourist visas, then (legal) extension is impossible! so what was it; a tourist visa (VoA), or perhaps an extendable business or social visa? why is the head of Bogor immigration office clearly lying about this? maybe he was misquoted ...

 Quote:
Foreigners working in Indonesia should have working visa from Immigration Office and working permit issued by the Ministry of Manpower. They also have to pay income tax, said Ibrahim.

indeed, they should pay income tax. but this is not your dept, is it Pak Ibrahim? why bring it up? are you also head of the tax office in Bogor? and how much does Pak Ibrahim know about the complexities of foreign workers and tax numbers?

 Quote:
He added that the Bogor Immigration office has been processing the dossiers of the three Malaysians which would soon be submitted to the local public prosecution office.

prosecuted? good grief. why were they not just deported? the answer is money: these malaysians refused to pay up.




Tue, 04 Sep 2007
From: JakChat
Comment by Dilli
Perhaps Tit for Tat regarding the number of Indonesians working illegally in Malaysia and something to do with Karate?


Tue, 04 Sep 2007
From: JakChat
Comment by KuKuKaChu
 Originally Posted By: Dilli
Perhaps Tit for Tat regarding the number of Indonesians working illegally in Malaysia and something to do with Karate?

funny that a champion karate coach could not dispose of 4 podgy malay policemen ...


Wed, 05 Sep 2007
From: JakChat
Comment by chewwyUK
Italian leather company selling high end product. Clearly they pissed somebody off which is why there is this crap going on. Personally I have to leave the office every time a official from manpower or immigration come to the office .. they are smiling blood sucking scum who cant think past there own little piggy swill bucket.

Anyway - look on the bright side. I now know where there are a few new jobs opened up. Time for me to get on the phone and solve their problems!


Wed, 05 Sep 2007
From: JakChat
Comment by KuKuKaChu
 Originally Posted By: chewwyUK
Anyway - look on the bright side. I now know where there are a few new jobs opened up. Time for me to get on the phone and solve their problems!

you ... you ... smiling blood sucking scum!


Wed, 05 Sep 2007
From: JakChat
Comment by chewwyUK
Just offering a service


Wed, 05 Sep 2007
From: JakChat
Comment by naga
"..funny that a champion karate coach could not dispose of 4 podgy malay policemen ..."

...yes, but you're talking about an Indonesian karate champion...


Thu, 06 Sep 2007
From: JakChat
Comment by Capt. Mainwaring
 Originally Posted By: chewwyUK
Italian leather company selling high end product. Clearly they pissed somebody off which is why there is this crap going on. Personally I have to leave the office every time a official from manpower or immigration come to the office .. they are smiling blood sucking scum who cant think past there own little piggy swill bucket.

Anyway - look on the bright side. I now know where there are a few new jobs opened up. Time for me to get on the phone and solve their problems!


I'd suggest you shut the gate but someone nicked half of it.

Still , at least while there are smiling blood sucking scum, we can keep in business.



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