Despite the economic benefits of labour migration, migrant workers often encounter significant challenges pre-migration, in destination country and after returning home undermining their wellbeing and rights. Among the various challenges migrant workers face, imprisonment, their access to justice in destination country and at home and difficulties in economic and psychosocial reintegration after return remain crucial ones, making them unable to fully realize the benefits of their migration abroad. Focusing on migration of Nepali workers to Malaysia, this study seeks to examine the situation regarding access to justice of migrant workers imprisoned in Malaysia and their economic and psychosocial reintegration upon return to Nepal.

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