Foreigner living in malaysia, working in Singapore
I am Malaysian and my husband is from China.
The information that I obtained from this website (http://www.mywanderingstory.com/2010/11 … ysian.html)is, the Immigration department will place a Multiple Entry Visa on the your passport once your application for the long term social visit pass is successful.
My question now is,
We planned to work at Singapore and live at Johor Bahru because the house at Singapore is small and expensive.
So we have to go Singapore and back to Johor everyday. Does the official still need to stamp on his passport everytime when he go through the Malaysia check point (customs) everyday after he obtain the social visit pass?
If the offcial still need to stamp on his passport, then it is impossible for him to work at Singapore and live at Malaysia since his passport only has 48 pages which is only can stamp for 1 or 2 months.