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In-country days are counted as calendar days not 24 hour periods. The day immigration stamps your passport starts the count. It doesn't matter what time you enter, be it 1 am or 11:59 pm, that arrival day is counted as one of your 30. The allowable stay ends at 11:59 pm on the 30th day (18 June in your specific example). This in-country 'clock' revolves ...


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EDITED By Sunday, June 19, 2016 at 00:00 you should leave Malaysia. Which means June 18 is the last day till 23:59.


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In the Canadian law your authorized period of stay in Canada begins on the date you enter the country and ends at the earlier of the date you were permitted to stay until or the date you leave Canada. A new entry into Canada requires you to be authorized for a new period of stay; there are no exceptions based on the country you travel to when you leave. Note ...



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