Not being able to board a plane out of India was one of the problems recently experienced by an Indian about to take up a job offer in Malaysia.
1. Employers had not complied with new requirements for the format of the Employment Contract
2. Employers needed to get each Employment Contract attested by the High Commission in KL before it is sent to Protector General of Emigrants in India to obtain the ‘No Objection Certificate’ to be able to leave India for employment in Malaysia.
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These are must-read Guidelines that have been issued by the High Commission of India to support their nationals who have been engaged by a Malaysian company.
(I) Revised Guidelines and Documents for the Employment of Workers from India
(II) Important information for Indian workers seeking employment in Malaysia
(III) New Guidelines for attestation of Employment document
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(IV) Outsourcing Service for Attestation of Employment Contract documents in Malaysia
High Commission of India
Level 28,Menara 1 Mont Kiara
Jalan Kiara, Mont Kiara
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