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The Malaysian government has launched a program called PLS@XPATS, allowing qualifying foreign nationals to work in Malaysia during short-term visits.
Additional Information: Visa-required foreign nationals must obtain a Visa Without Reference (VTR) at their local Malaysian embassy or consulate or apply for an e-visa through this website to enter the country through the PLS@XPATS program.
BAL Analysis: Malaysian authorities launched the PLS@XPATS program to shorten the processing times for qualifying foreign nationals, giving them work authorization more quickly than other programs.
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