In report from Bernama on 9th July that the immigration department at Kuala Lumpur Internationa Airport (KLIA) set up special counter to facilitate the return process of illegal immigrants to their homeland under the Recalibration Program.
The counter, which is on Level Three of the KLIA Arrival Hall, is opened round the clock since last Monday to assist the immigrants concerned, but they are required to be at the counter at least six hours before their flight time.
The counter was set up following complaints from embassies on the Online Appointment System (STO), claiming the slots were always full, resulting in a long wait by the immigrants, as it told from Immigration director-general Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud.
The immigrants are required to have valid travel documents that have been approved by the respective embassy, have the flight ticket to their homeland, pay a compound of RM500, which should be made only via debit card, credit card or Touch ‘n Go e-Wallet only.
Also they need to possess the Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) screening test slip, which should be valid for 72 hours from the time of their flight.