Transfer your foreign domestic helper’s visa to another employer in Malaysia, safely and debt-free

The outbreak of the pandemic has caused disruption to the lives of many, including employers of domestic workers. If you’re having to cut short the employment of your domestic worker due to relocation or change in circumstances, fret not! We can help.

As an expatriate employer of a domestic worker, you can easily transfer your worker’s visa to another expatriate employer in Malaysia.

Step 1: Reach out to a Pinkcollar Representative to tell us about your employment history with your worker. Write her a recommendation letter and provide us with a copy of her passport and permit.

Step 2: Pinkcollar will conduct a remote interview with your worker to assess her skills and experience. We will then arrange remote interviews for your worker and new prospective employers.

Step 3: Once a new employer has agreed to hire your worker, we will arrange an appointment with you to visit the Expatriate Services Division in Putrajaya to cancel the permit of your worker under you, and apply for her new permit in Malaysia. Pinkcollar will also provide assistance to ensure that the termination is legal. The notice period should be complied with to avoid any unwanted legal claims arising against you by the worker and/or the Labour Department in Malaysia and the Philippines. We will also assist in cancelling your worker’s POEA contract with the Philippine Overseas Labour Office in Malaysia.

Step 4: If you’re looking to leave Malaysia immediately, let us know and we will be able to arrange accommodation for your domestic worker as well to align with your timeline.

Pinkcollar is a zero-placement-fee and zero-salary-deduction agency. Rest assured that your worker will not be charged for the transfer, and neither will you as the existing employer. Get in touch with us today to discuss your option

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2 thoughts on “Transfer your foreign domestic helper’s visa to another employer in Malaysia, safely and debt-free”

  1. I would like to apply working permit for philippine maid who already in Malaysia for 8 years with current employer and her working permit expired on 15th July. Can you help to transfer the visa from current employer to me? If yes, whar is the procedure and charges. Thank you


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