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THE failure of the Government to phase out MyTravelPass is a clear-cut example of an incompetent administration bent on making life difficult and miserable for the people
I held two press conferences last week to make a plea on behalf of many Malaysians, whose lives were severely and unnecessarily inconvenienced, and made miserable by a MyTravelPass policy, which has outlived its usefulness.
Since the press conferences, I have received even more emails from ordinary Malaysians complaining about the slow and bureaucratic process.
I was hoping, with positive signals coming from those in Government, that MyTravelPass will soon be scrapped, instantly resolving the tens of thousands of applications currently awaiting approval from the Immigration Department.
However, the announcement made by the Immigration Department yesterday evening fell far short of what Malaysians were hoping for.
The announcement added several categories of applicants who no longer require MyTravelPass approval to leave the country. They include:Emergency matters relating to death and critical illnessParticipating in sports events, meetings and seminarsMeeting spouses overseas, but only if the marriage is not registered in Malaysia, andParticipating in humanitarian missions overseas.
While the exemption of the above categories of people from MyTravelPass is welcome, they failed to include at the very least, the most important category, which are for people who have secured employment overseas.
By persisting with the slow and bureaucratic process for this overlooked category, the livelihood of thousands of Malaysians, and their families are put in jeopardy.
Let me read some of the pleas from the complainants here:
I am X from Pontian, Johor. My fiancé is from Punjab, India. We have been away from each other for the past 18 months plus.
We were supposed to: register our marriage on April 27, 2020 at JPN Pontian, Johor, then celebrate our wedding week in Kuala Lumpur on June 24-28, 2020.
Please try to understand the mental health of us Malaysian long-distance relationship couples as well.
Even for safety reasons, a fiancé and fiancée should not be forced to separate for too long, especially if they all have received two doses of vaccine no matter which countries of origin and whatever their vaccine brands.
I really would like to appeal to all the authorities and government officials to please allow international travel between countries for us all to be reunited with our partners, couples, spouses, families and loved ones across countries as soon as possible, especially with ‘flexibility’ for those who have already been fully vaccinated for both incoming and outgoing travel.
Please do make the traveling SOP, guidelines, rules and regulations easy, simple and direct.
This pandemic and lockdowns have made it impossible to meet, with all the MyTravelPass hassle, ‘Sistem Temujanji Online’ long periods awaiting appointments, no replies to emails and no phone calls being answered by officers in charge, especially to explain the unclear documentation and confusing process for a long-term social visit pass.