The Malaysian government will massive deport Indonesian workers who work in the country illegally through Tanjungpinang City, Riau Islands (Kepri) province in late 2011.
The number of illegal Indonesian workers to be repatriated through Port of Sri Bintan Pura, Tanjungpinang reach tens to hundreds of thousands of people.
The illegal workers were sent home after getting the bleaching of the Government of Malaysia. Repatriation process is expected to last until January 2012.
From Tanjungpinang reported, officers of illegal workers camp said that the difficulty to find shelter for hundreds of thousands of illegal workers, before repatriated to their home areas.
Tanjungpinang Shelter Task Force Chairman of Indonesian Workers in trouble, Juramadi Esram, as reporter kepri.antaranews.com site said, the existing shelter is not currently able to accommodate hundreds of thousands of workers who would be sent the Malaysian government.
''Shelter are currently only able to accommodate hundreds of people,''he said.
Information gathered, the Malaysian Government will repatriate about the illegal workers who completed the program verified and bleaching. The repatriation of the workforce coordinated by the Embassy of Indonesia in Malaysia.
Tanjungpinang City, since 2003, is one area that became the repatriation of illegal Indonesian workers by the Malaysian Government.
Until now, the number of Indonesian workers who had signed up to the Indonesian Embassy in Malaysia reached 600,000.
Migrants who register are selected and checked his health, it is estimated that around 160 thousand people of which will be sent home because they do not pass inspection.
From 2003 to 2010, the number of migrants who were returned through the troubled Tanjungpinang reached 220,000 people.