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Burma cannot end the visa fee for workers in Malaysia: State Department
Malaysia's $57 fee for a work visa for a Myanmar laborer cannot be interfered with by the Malaysian authorities, Foreign Minister Kyaw Tin said. At a House of Lords session in Nay Pyi Taw on 18 January 2016, Mr Hla Hsan, Member of Parliament for the Magway constituency (1), said that the visa fee for Malaysia had risen to USD 57 from 18 January 2016, even though it had previously been $6.
In such cases, he also called into question how much the administration makes in taxes. "Malaysia's higher visa charges fall within Malaysia's competence. The Myanmar authorities are therefore unable to intervene. We' re not pleased that our staff in Myanmar are paying more. The Malaysian authorities have decided that our department cannot get involved.
Levy goes to the Malaysian authorities. Diamond Palace, a one-stop center affiliate, will also benefit from these offerings. When the Ministry of Planning and Finance imposes taxation on such businesses, the funds our employees have to spend will also go into the state budget," Kyaw Tin said.
He said the one-stop shopping center is not approved to travel from Myanmar to Malaysia. The project was initiated by the Malaysian Interior Department and the Malaysian Ambassador in Yangon. The message was also cited that the Malaysian authorities had authorised a Malaysian business and its associate Diamond Palace Group to open the visa-center.
Situated on Union Avenue in Yangon.
More than 8,000 for entry into Malaysia on the first work visa.
A rendezvous in Naypyitaw arranged that the 8,107 Myanmar operatives who already have been granted permits by the Malaysian authorities will be sent to Malaysia with the initial $6 work visa fee, said U Kyaw Htin Kyaw, general Secretary of the Myanmar Foreign Employment Entrepreneurs Federation. "Our federation, the Ministry of Labour and Malaysian embassy officials have declared themselves willing to deploy these more than 8,000 laborers with the initial $6 work visa fee, but all laborers working thereafter will need negotiations between Myanmar and the Malaysian authorities," said U Kyaw Htin Kyaw.
From January 18, the costs of a Malaysia visa for Myanmar laborers were increased from $6 to $57 and the visa will be issued at a one-stop visa processing centre. The Myanmar Foreign Employment Entrepreneurs Federation has resolved to stop posting employees to Malaysia as a result of the increase in the visa fee.
"Because of this issue, we cannot put the laborers and agents in difficulties on both sides. Malaysia's agents are awaiting our employees," said Daw Ohnmar Myint, CEO of the Thukha Su San international job centre. Currently over 9,000 employees are awaiting the move to Malaysia, she added.
"I came to Yangon a fortnight ago when the office said I could go to Malaysia. I' m housed in a convent, but other people live in the inns or their relatives' homes. It' s hard for us to sit and sit here long," said a workman who came to Yangon from the Kyaut Pan Daung Township to work in Malaysia.
To work in Malaysia, the employee has to contribute about CZK 1.1 million to a job centre abroad. Currently there are more than 100 agents sending labour to Malaysia and more than 3,600 are sent to Malaysia every year, according to the Myanmar External employment entrepreneurs Federation.