Malaysian police in Johor recently raided a house in Tampoi dozens of passports originated from China, Vietnam, and the Philippines, along with rubber immigration stamps, a police vest, and drugs. The suspects were three immigration officers who took RM500 and RM1000 for each stamp on passports in a customs stop between Johor and Singapore. They took a bribe to extend the stay of foreigners illegally. These three officials abused drugs post work and were arrested. One of them had been in service for ten years and had tested positive for drugs. Chinese and Vietnamese citizens can stay in Malaysia only for 30 days. They get an extension as long as they leave Malaysia and enter again via Singapore. Their clientele were primarily women who worked in drug trafficking or as illegal escorts. The confiscated passports had stamps of Singapore and Malaysia. This stamping would show that they left Malaysia and went to Singapore and then re-entered, while none of this was true.
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