Malaysia Visas, Permits and Immigration

by Jose Marc Castro on August 11, 2009

VISAmalaysia200Foreigner nationals who plan to enter Malaysia for leisure, medical reasons, employment, religious purposes, mass media, business, investment, studies, permanent residency, etc. are required to apply for a visa from the Malaysian Immigration Department and the Malaysian Embassy or Consulate in their countries of current residence.

Malaysia Immigration

Most foreigners are not required a visa when the duration of the visit is less than a period of 1 month with the purpose of business or leisure. The Malaysian Immigration Department will check their passports and other travel documents upon arrival. It is also important for these foreign nationals to follow the conditions and laws governing foreign visits and immigration.

Immigration Laws

The Immigration Act of 1959/1963 is the main legislation in Malaysia handling immigration and foreign employment issues. Included in the legislation are admissions into and out of Malaysia, entry visas and permits, procedures upon arrival, in transit, removal from the country, and other offenses or special provisions for East Malaysia. Other rules and regulations are the Passport Act 1966 and the Immigration (Exemption) Order 1963.

Laws and statutes covering immigration are handled by a number of departments, namely:

•    The Malaysia Ministry of Home Affairs, which enforces immigration laws
•    The Immigration Department of Malaysia, or the Malaysia Ministry of Home Affairs. It functions to take out aliens who lie about their real intentions for entering the country, aliens with a criminal record, and aliens who cannot properly finance themselves.

Individuals classified under Section 8 of Immigration Act 1959/1963 are not allowed to enter Malaysia regardless of a valid passport, sufficient travel documents, adequate funds, and travel tickets.

Visa Immigration Services

Nationals of some countries are required by the Malaysian government to have visas at all times. Included in the list are citizens of Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Botswana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Republic of Central Africa, Niger, Congo (Rep), Congo (Dem Rep), India, Liberia, Mali, Taiwan, Mozambique, Angola, China (PR), Burkina Faso, Pakistan, Rwanda, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, and Western Sahara.

Visa relaxation for transit in less than 5 days may be granted to nationals of the countries above if they possess confirmed onward airline tickets to a third country before arrival via a Malaysian International Airport.

British Overseas Citizens are also required a visa. Foreigners who intend to stay longer need to write to the Immigration Department at the Malaysian High Commission in the country where they are applying. Nationals of Serbia, Montenegro, and Israel are restricted entry into Thailand unless in transit or staying within airport premises. Foreign women who are 6 months pregnant or more and suspicious individuals may also be denied entry.

Nationals of all ASEAN countries, except Myanmar, are not required a visa if staying for less than one (1) month. For stays exceeding one (1) month, a visa is required, except for Brunei and Singapore nationals. Israel nationals are required visas plus permission from the Ministry of Internal Security. Nationals of the Republic of Serbia and Republic of Montenegro are required visas and permission from the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Types of Visas

Single Entry Visa

Foreign nationals who require a visa to enter Malaysia for social visits are issued Single Entry Visas. These are usually valid for a period of three (3) months since the date of issuance. Individuals can only enter the country once. Additional visits will require reapplication at the Malaysian Embassy or Consulate at the applicant’s country of residence. Extensions may be provided after reporting to the Immigration Department at the Malaysian High Commission in the country of application.

Foreigners entering Malaysia not only must obtain a visa but also a pass at the point of entry. This pass is an endorsement on the passport allowing the holder an approved stay in Malaysia.

This matter was discussed in a post in Malaysia Expat Forum last September 3, 2009:

As far as Immigration is concerned, you have the same foreigner status as any other foreigner, assuming that you’re a UK citizen with a UK passport. I’d suggest googling the website for Malaysia Immigration to inquire about changing your citizenship. One important piece, though, that I do know: Malaysia does not recognize dual citizenship, so if you did get approved for Malaysian citizenship, you would need to give up your UK citizenship – probably not a good deal for you, honestly… Many Malaysians would love to get out and get a citizenship from another country – I’ve never heard of anyone doing it the other way around.

Multiple Entry Visa

Foreign nationals who require a visa to enter Malaysia for business or government-to-government concerns are issued Multiple Entry Visas. These are usually valid anywhere from three (3) to twelve (12) months since the date of issuance. Those in group tours are not eligible to apply for this type of visa.

Citizens of China (PR) and India are eligible to apply for Multiple Entry Visas for the purpose of social visits. Cost is RM50.00 for Indian Citizens and RM30.00 for Chinese Citizens. Multiple Entry Visas are valid for one (1) year, with each entry lasting 30 days only. Extensions are not allowed. There are two conditions for this type of visa:

•    The applicant must show proof of adequate funding for a Malaysian visit.
•    The applicant must possess a valid and confirmed return ticket to the country of residence.

Transit Visa

Foreign nationals who require a visa to enter Malaysia on transit to a third country are issued Transit Visas. However, the visa is not required for foreign nationals on transit who will not leave the airport premises and will proceed to their trip to the next destination with the same flight.

Foreign nationals need a valid passport or other travel documents recognized by the Malaysian government to properly carry out visa applications. Their passports need adequate pages for the embarkation stamp placed upon entering Malaysia. A passport validity of at least six (6) months at the date of entry is required. Travel documents need to be endorsed with a valid re-entry permit. Proof of adequate funds and the onward or return air or sea ticket are also needed.

Applications and queries should be addressed to the Malaysian High Commission. Application requirements include:

•    Passport valid for a minimum of six (6) months
•    2 passport-size photos
•    Fee (in cash or postal order only)
•    2 completed and signed application forms (£0.25 each)
•    Proof of sufficient funds (including the original and photocopy of your latest bank statement)
•    Onward or return air or sea travel ticket or itinerary from travel agent
•    Yellow fever vaccination certificates (required from all foreign nationals of infected areas as indicated by the World Health Organization)
•    Letter of introduction with a copy from the applicant’s employer, college, or university

An expat shared the costs of a social visa into Malaysia in Malaysia Expat Forum last June 24, 2009:

You get a 90 day social visit pass when you arrive in Malaysia - if you’re from the USA, you are visa exempt. After 90 days, you can just head across the border for the day and return for a fresh 90 day visa. You can do this indefinitely – I know many people who have lived in Malaysia for years this way, and I lived there for 2 years just making runs to Singapore every 3 months. Alternately, you can apply for an MM2H Social Visit Pass and Visa. There is a recent thread on this forum with a lot of information about this visa. Note that you do need to make a fairly sizeable investment in a Malaysian bank, amongst other things, to qualify. You can get an MM2H visa regardless of your age. For many people, though, just getting the social visit pass is quite adequate.

Rents are cheap. Even in KL, which is about the most expensive place to live in Malaysia, you can easily find a place for well under 1000 RM a month (about US$300). Look at the on-line listings for apartment rents in the Star and the New Straits Times. Outside of KL, you should be able to find some cheap digs for under 700 RM a month without any problem. However, you will need to commit to at least 6 months and, for most places, a year’s lease. Otherwise, you’ll probably be stuck staying at a hostel. Internet is widely available. I used IZZI, which uses a 4-G modem and has excellent coverage in KL. I think I was paying about 70 RM a month for it. You could also use internet cafes, which charge roughly 3 RM (US 90 cents) an hour. Very easy to obtain – bring your passport. No deposit required, though you need to sign up (and pay) for at least 6 months.

Most people end up living in either KL or Georgetown, though ex-pats are spread throughout the country. Kuching, on the island of Borneo, is another area with a growing ex-pat population. Ipoh, which is very cheap, has a small ex-pat population and it’s a nice place to live, about midway between Georgetown and KL.

Types of Permits

Employment Pass (EP)

This type of pass is issued to foreigners planning to work under contract for a minimum period of two (2) years and earning a monthly income of RM3,000 or more in Malaysia.

Visit Pass (Temporary Employment)

This pass is issued to foreigners planning to work for less than twenty-four (24) months in Malaysia.

Visit Pass (Professional)

This pass is issued to allow foreigners entering Malaysia to engage in short-term contracts with any agency. The validity varies but cannot exceed twelve (12) months at a time. The groups of foreigners eligible for application include:

•    Artists
•    Volunteers
•    Members of religious groups or institutions
•    Members of international organizations or agencies
•    Filmmakers, producers, photographers, actors, directors, etc.
•    Invited speakers, educators, and lecturers
•    Equipment installation or maintenance experts
•    Researchers recognized by the Government of Malaysia

Dependant Pass

This pass is issued to spouses and children of foreigners possessing an employment pass. The pass may be filed for application together with the employment pass application, or after approval of the employment pass. The maximum duration of the dependant pass should also be aligned with the duration of the employment pass (around 2 years).

Spouse Permit

This permit is issued to foreign spouses married to a Malaysian Citizen. The duration is between six (6) months and two (2) years.

Student Pass

This Pass is issued to foreigners enrolled as students in any recognized and approved educational institution in Malaysia.

Training Pass

This pass is issued to foreigners entering Malaysia to undergo training for a period lasting no more than twelve (12) months.

Malaysia My Second Home

This program is promoted to foreigners that meet a particular set of criteria, often for a period of ten years and renewable. This allows foreigners to bring their spouse, parents and children.

This permit is issued to foreigners looking for a long term social visit in Malaysia. Duration of stay is anywhere between 5 and 10 years with a multiple entry visa. However, foreigners are not allowed to work in the country.

All professional employment permits and passes should be applied for and related to local legal entities in Malaysia. These include:

•    Private limited company
•    Representative office
•    Regional office

Private Limited Company

The company is required to have at least two resident directors with a completely paid minimum capital of RM250,000. Additional requirements may be given such as specific licenses, additional fully paid capital, and a minimum Malaysian or Bumiputera equity depending on the number of employment passes needed and the activities of the company.

Representative Office

The Representative Office is owned by a foreign company approved and recognized to gather relevant information on investment opportunities in Malaysia. Included areas and activities are the manufacturing sector, Malaysian products export promotion, product research and development, and bilateral trade relations.

Regional Office

The Regional Office is owned by a foreign corporation and functions as the coordination center for the corporation’s affiliates, agents, and subsidiaries in Southeast Asia and the Asia Pacific. The office is responsible for specifically assigned activities by the corporation in the region where it is located and currently operates.

All applications for passes, except for the purpose of business or social visits, should be made before arriving in Malaysia. Sponsorship in Malaysia is required for all applications, with the sponsors agreeing to be responsible for the maintenance and repatriation of visitors if needed.

Besides a visa (if required), foreign nationals need to obtain a pass or permit at the point of entry to be allowed to temporarily stay in Malaysia. The pass serves as an endorsement in the passport indicating permission to stay over an approved purpose and duration of time.

{ 559 comments… read them below or add one }

mandy March 25, 2013 at 9:28 am

hi…i have some question if we bring money to malaysian we need permit??


ssds March 30, 2013 at 7:58 pm

Dear Sir
I'm from Iraq , my birth date in 11/march / 1978, I have offer from UPM university to get PhD , and I have offer to get english course for 6 months before my academic PhD studying my question is
Can I use the English institute to bring my wife and my daughter with me to your country to stay with me during my course study
can you send me the full information about bring student family ( wife , children )

my regards


pooh April 7, 2013 at 5:11 pm

I have a friend from UK and was on a work permit with the company that had opened a new business with his company. He was there for a year and a half and he quit his job to go back to UK. with out finding out what he needed to do to do this. His company would not bring him back. He thought that all he needed to go back was his visa, but he had bought his ticket to fly back home to UK they told him that he needed to have a yellow card, a medical card, and several other documents, which he did not have the funds for to pay since all of the funds he was making was going home to his wife in UK. She had left him and found someone else and she will not send him any funds to go home. The last time I had talked with him he had applied for a workers visa because he was going to have operations with the country and then he told me that he was denied and he was being sent to a camp for expired visas and permits. Is this true and what happens to him? Will he be sent back to UK or will they keep him there till he dies?


Kenjay Pasaylo April 8, 2013 at 10:18 am

Hi sir/mam…Im Kenjay Pasaylo a citizen of a country of Philippines..I'm asking about our calling VISA..what day or month that the calling Visa release…just give us an information if what day release…


Prince April 16, 2013 at 4:18 pm

I am from Jamaica and received a appointment letter from TSR Capital Construction for a two year contract. and I am required to pay processing fees of US$990 for a CIDB certification to a law firm but I am in doubt as to what to do, please advise if you have any information about a scam going on.


atif April 28, 2013 at 8:25 am

i am a Pakistani nationals, married and hv 3 daughters,25 years work experience in leather inspection and tannery quality control,wants to live and work in Malaysia ,likes to know the procedure to get fast track immigrations.


Mas May 4, 2013 at 5:16 am


I am Indian citizen and working in Malaysia from last 3 years with valid EP, i have expected my baby in July, so i am calling my Mother-In-Law for caring my wife and Baby for at least 3 month, can we apply social visit pass for 3 month stay in Malaysia? please share me procedure, how to apply and what document need to required for process.


Ibrahim May 26, 2013 at 4:37 pm

My visa expired in Malaysia while the school is processing my next student visa and i was deport by immigration cause of few days over stay ,now i want to visit Malaysia after 1year and 4months i left ..Hope i should be allowed to enter with visit visa just for 2weeks?


Rehan June 1, 2013 at 6:56 pm

I am working in middle east, my daughter got admission in a medical university in Malysia. My question is; Can i also send my wife with my daughter to stay with her in a private apartment. What is the procedure to get a visa and what kind of visa my wife will need. She will not be working there as i will be supporting them from here.


YenziEXPF June 3, 2013 at 4:39 am

Dear all,
I'm a Malaysian married to a Chinese citizen, my hubby is holding long-term social visit pass and we are both currently staying in Malaysia. We are expecting our first baby in Oct, and is arranging for my mother-in-law from China to come and stay over with us for a few months.
I understand that she will has to apply for "short term social visit pass" from China (she is at Guangzhou) prior entering to Malaysia, but the validity is only for 30-days. She went to Malaysia Embassy and was told to submit a letter as suppoting document. What I do need to include in the letter contents, and do I address the letter to Malaysia Embassy in Guangzhou?
She is hoping to stay for at least 3-6 months, accompanying me and her first grandkid, which I am not sure if we could get visa of such long period.
Also, could she enter Malaysia without problem without buying the return air ticket, since we really do not know when she is going back to China. We were hoping in worst case, she will enter Malaysia with a 30-days visa, and once she is here, we will go to Putrajaya Imigration dept. with her for further visa extension (if possible).


Brian June 18, 2013 at 2:13 am

I'm from England and married in Malaysia to Malay wife and have 2children. Have been told to apply for deponents visa,how and where do I apply


david July 1, 2013 at 10:59 am

i am an australian citizen travelling on on australian passport – i intend been in malaysia for three weeks – do i need a visa before i leave or can i apply on arrival
many thanks


Rima July 5, 2013 at 6:15 am

Hi we are Indian nationals on expat assignment in malaysia – how can I get long term social visit pass made for my parents – what is the cost procedure for the same?


Mohammed Shameem July 5, 2013 at 8:38 am

Dear Sir, I am an Indian National but working in Saudi Arabia. Now, my company is sending me for Business Trip to Malaysia. I want to bring my wife with me to Malaysia for 10 days only. Shall I request the Malaysian company to add my wife name in same invitation letter stating that company is inviting both of us to visit malaysia on business trip. Does it helps. Pls. suggest me the best to bring my wife with me to Malaysia for this business trip.


M A Awal July 5, 2013 at 12:50 pm

I am a Bangladeshi male living in Bangladesh. I have a relation with a Malaysian girl. We are ready to marry. I wish to know the legal way to marry her.


Jenna July 8, 2013 at 2:04 pm

My boyfriend and I are travelling in Asia. We fly to KK, Malaysia from Manila,Philippines this coming Wednesday. We plan to spend a week or so in KK and Miri then move onto KL afterwards for another week or so. After this we are planning to go to Thailand but we arehoping to get there via bus or train. How do we prove we are going to be leaving Malaysia in the required time if we don't have an onward flight as we are travelling to our next destination without a flight ? Any help would be greatly received. Kind regards Jenna


kashif daniel July 11, 2013 at 8:14 pm

Hello, i am from Pakistan. I am going to malaysia next month on toursit visa. If i get my work permit procedure under-way, would i be given a longer extention than2 months that is defined, to have my working visa in hand?


aysha July 14, 2013 at 9:28 pm

Hi my sister in law had a baby in malaysia. she wants to leave malaysia with the baby but there saying cant because you have 2 pay a fee for taking the baby out of the country since the baby is born in malaysia. She is living with her husband under a work permit. Can u pls let me kno what to do. ok thanks


Bishal July 22, 2013 at 4:11 am

i am bishal from bangladesh. i want to go malaysia for study. my passport is submited for student visa. how can i check this that i got visa?


jam July 24, 2013 at 2:39 am

hi, Good day! im filipino citizen, currently residing in philippines. I want to visit my sister whos currently studying in malaysia. is it that possible for me to visit her? pls. i need your advise how to get a invitation letter?


supu July 25, 2013 at 4:53 pm

my husband lives at malaysia. i want to visit malaysia everymonth for 7 to 10 which tipe of visa i need???i am from india.please help me out.


linda August 22, 2013 at 1:26 pm

Hi…is it true upon entry to Malaysia for foreigners they need to declare they have at least RM2000.00 to the Immigration officers…


Harry May 2, 2014 at 5:53 am

Hi, I am an Indian citizen 35, married to a Malaysian spouse in 2009. Until 2010 I was on long-term social visa and now on a student visa. We are expecting a first child by next week.

Since I am staying in Melaka for research study purpose and wife alone in KL. My wife is an Assistant professor in private universities and she requires to join her work in KL, two months after child delivery. In that case, we need trustable and close family member. We want to invite a prospective grandmother of our expecting child for moral and emotional support. She is 61 and retire, and staying in India with retiree husband, 64 and unmarried son, 33. She is settled in their own country with fascinating government pensions. We want her to be here for maximum 4 months and my wife financial circumstances are enough to support her visit during these months.

We are not sure about documentation and what visa type, single or multiple should she apply. We went to immigration, they said, let her come by the normal tourist visa then you can extend later. But generally in India, normally multiple visa is given and in multiple visa a tourist in Malaysia needs to get out after one month before she can visit again.

Since I too have a bad experience through multiple entry visa and don’t want the same thing happened to my old mother. The other major difficulty is an extension of an airplane ticket. Please any help on following matter and any other unseen clauses;

1) Do my Malaysian spouse needs to give supporting documents to invite her?
2) If 1) then what documents types?
3) If not 1) and 2) then what type visa should she apply, so that she can extend her stay?
4) Is this compulsory to buy a return ticket, in any visa type, whether she need to extend her visa or not?



wendy May 8, 2014 at 9:26 am

I am on dependent pass, and above 6 mths pregnant, can i still enter Malaysia? need the reply urgently.


Vikas August 22, 2014 at 8:15 am

Hi Wendy,

Did you get any response regarding your above query.

If yes please share with me, I also facing same situation !!!

Thanks in advance



faridoon May 10, 2014 at 8:55 am

I am married from Afghanistan but i stay in Malaysia with my wife and my daughter by student vise now our vise duration is finish i can stay in Malaysia until 9 June . but i want to stay in Malaysia more because my wife pregnancy 9 Monte and also situation of my country day by day going bed how can i live there how can i go, every day attack, explosion.fighting .
pleas help how can i take the permit vise and which document need for procedure.



Byron Nguyen May 21, 2014 at 4:52 pm

I’m from Vietnam. I wanna study abroad in Malaysia. Can I bring my mother with student visa? During my study?


ABAKURI ROBERT May 29, 2014 at 2:28 pm

I want to work and live in Malaysia,I hold Bachelors Degree in ECONOMICS


devanand May 31, 2014 at 12:09 am

i am working IT professional, looking for work visa for Malaysia, pls. let me know the process


bevin June 14, 2014 at 4:03 pm

Sir please help me my touriest visa was expired I didn’t realized what I do now?


Arup June 14, 2014 at 7:31 pm

I am apply for calling Visa , Is it same like work permit ? How long i can work in Malaysia if i get Calling visa.
Can I apply for PR if i get calling visa ? Can my wife stay with me if i get calling visa ?
please reply back .


ariff June 15, 2014 at 1:34 pm

Hello, how do i get an Artist Visa to the UK?


khadija akter June 15, 2014 at 3:42 pm

sir,i am Khadija from Bangladesh, i want to study and work in Malaysia. now i study my LL.B. from University of Asia Pacific.this is my last year.for completing my LL.M. i want to study in your country. what procedure i have to follow?how can i get my visa?thank u for helping me.


hernadeth putosa June 17, 2014 at 11:37 am

Hi sir,mam
I been before in malaysia then i come back in my country march 2014
Using travel document ,It is possible to go in again in malaysia for tourist?


oscar June 23, 2014 at 3:58 pm

We are from Philippines, and a retired pensioner and my wife would be also retiring soon from her goverment service here in Philippines. We have a son working in Ipoh as Engineer for 5 years now with his wife and son with him. Can he apply for a social visit for a longer period for us. My wife and me would like Malaysia to be our second home and can buy a unit for us through my savings and her retirement money. We made a visit just recently to Ipoh for 5days and we feel in love with the place. We love to make Ipoh our second home, if possible. What would be the possibility of our intention? kindly email me. Thank you.


anas hassan June 24, 2014 at 7:16 am

Dear sir.
I am somalian and i not get my visia since 3 monther.


anas hassan June 24, 2014 at 7:16 am

3 monthes


Anwari Begum Rajabalee July 3, 2014 at 5:10 am


Having carefully taken note of all the contents mentioned by those people above, I opt to submit my application for a Visa Immigration. I will be accompanied by my daughter , aged 31, who is looking for a permanent job in Malaysia. Grateful to have an early response, please!


nguyen tuyen July 7, 2014 at 4:30 am

hello, I from vietnam, and above 6 mths pregnant, can i enter Malaysia?


Basu August 7, 2014 at 4:28 am


We (Me & My Wife and kid) are Indians living in Malaysia, I plan to give birth of my Second baby in Malaysia, Can u tell me immigration rule and procedures before and after baby birth…

And is there any visit pass to bring my in law here for 6 months – 1 yr?

Waiting for the reply…


Ely August 12, 2014 at 10:26 am

dear Sir/Madam
I want to know is there any limitation for the international students above 32 years old who want to apply for undergraduate degree in Malaysia. I heard that there is no limitation for universities, but Immigration of Malaysia has some limitation for this group of age. I would appreciated if guide me. Thank you,

Best Regards,


s. k. Choo August 13, 2014 at 2:23 pm

Hi, I’m from Penang. My aunty from China came to visit me at end of July. She got a single entry visa for a month. Now she wanted to extend for another month in Malaysia. Will it be possible to extend the visa in Penang Immigration or Putrajaya. Please help. Thanks


iqbal hussain August 19, 2014 at 11:15 am

i like malaysia for its beuty


kaviyarasan September 9, 2014 at 1:42 pm

hello sir can i know what are the procedure to go to malayasia about medical,police clearness certificate as i am going first time


Muhammad Nadeem September 9, 2014 at 4:21 pm

I have passport in which is expire on 15/02/15.can i shall reply for Malaysia working vissa.


Lucy September 12, 2014 at 12:37 am

I have been malaysia one year now and they have been warning me. first when crossing the satun border three months ago and this time ON MY WAY to cambodia. they said they cannot keep me from leaving, but i might not get back in. I will have a one ticket for thailand in december and a ticket to vietnam to LAX in march (i have this booked already). Can they really deny me entrance? I have known many people living there longer than me. Is there some reason i might have been singled out?


dinny September 29, 2014 at 8:39 am

I am indian wil marry a malaysian grl in india next month.i want to know about spouse visa.
plz help me.


Amani October 7, 2014 at 3:49 am

I am a lebanese lady have reached KL airport on 02.10.2014 with my nephew who is added to his mother passport. Once there being shocked that it is not allowed to enter him in his mom passport inspite that I have a power of attorney from lebanese embassy in the country we live and from the justics ministry from parents that I have the authority to travel with him all over the world except UK &USA . I have been suffering at the airport for 2 days without any help or assistance just been informed that I have to leave the country and to solve my problem by myself.
Also immigration refused to give me a visa as I did not respect the Malaysian laws and been insulted & humilated by officers who did not even listen to me or assist me bearing in mind that my nephew 5 yrs old and I had 2 bags and we were group of tourism with a programm to visit 4 cities during the 10 days.
Immigration officers refused to call malaysian embassy in the country I live or to call Lebanese embassy in Malaysia even refused to let me the immigration manager who may understand my position . Even I suggested that I can put any amount as agarantee or to ask my branch company staff in Malaysia to garantee me while am there.
But they still telling by shouting that I did not respec the malaysia laws as there is no other sentence in their dictionary.
The problem that after few hours I went to one officer just to ask for assistance from airline and submitted my sister passport and for a second he wants to stamp the passport and to allow me to pass .
This is part of my horrible visit to Malaysia


nazrul islam October 8, 2014 at 6:48 pm

I wish the progress of Malaysia.


aw seng kong October 11, 2014 at 2:57 am

I understand application for extended stay(2months) visa at Guangzhou Malaysian Embassy for China national cannot be done there. Is it true I need to apply in Putra Jaya? What do I need to submit with the application.


Feroz Ahmed October 24, 2014 at 5:50 pm

I am Feroz Ahmed from Bangladesh. I hv 21 years experience in FMCG field. NOW I am working as a Head of Sales in a leading group of companies. I born November, 1973.I hv 2 children. I want to get a immigrant visa.


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