Hi Leon, I am still concern about the Passport matter of my discharge hearing at the high court. The insolvency seems suspicious about how could I able to travel in and out from Malaysia in 2012. The immigration actually block of my travelling status already as I call bankrupt . THat's why they ask where I am to my brother in Law when He try to pay off the debt . I afraid they want the proof of passport when court hearing for discharge. Kindly advise of my concern.
Hi, I am currently in the proceeding of getting discharge from the high court regarding my debt in Malaysia. The insolvency department has suspicious of where I am. I am currently Australian last year I travel back to Malaysia with Australian passport to met the insolvency. I cannot disclosed to them I am currently Australian. They always ask where I am. I just used my Malaysian Identity card for the discharge of bankruptcy. May I know will it usually the insolvency department has to contact the immigration to release my travelling status after I pay. I afraid they will find out about I am holding foreign passport. Would you think with the Malaysian identity card will be sufficient for the discharge. I do not know how the court run. The debt has been paid off but I afraid they want to ask for my passport Malaysia but it has already
expire and I am now in Australia.
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