HIGH COMMISSION OF MALAYSIA
301 Jervois Road
Malaysia Automated Clearance System (MACS)
Malaysia Automated Clearance System (MACS)* is developed to cater for fast-track immigration clearance for non-Malaysian investors, business persons and professionals. MACS pass holders can be benefit from faster immigration processing via access to dedicated entry and exit MACS lanes at:
Beginning from 22 January 2011, the privilege has been extended to all Singapore citizens, Singapore Permanent Residents and holders of Singapore Long Term Visit Pass** .
Application form and further details are available online at Immigration Malaysia's website at www.imi.gov.my and at Iskandar Malaysia's website at http://www.iskandarmalaysia.com.my/ (only for applicants involved in Iskandar Malaysia). Hardcopy forms can also be obtained at the MACS One Stop Center (OSC).
*MACS is simply a form of fast-track facilitation and does not act as an immigration pass or visa. Visitors are still required to obtain visa (if applicable) and will be issued with relevant immigration pass.
**Regardless of the frequency of entries into Malaysia.
VISA REQUIREMENT FOR ENTRY TO MALAYSIA
PROCEDURE FOR VISA APPLICATION
The High Commission of Malaysia in Singapore does not accept walk-in visa applications by individuals. All applications must be submitted through an appointed travel agent.
1. DOCUMENTATION TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE TRAVEL AGENTS
a. MULTIPLE ENTRY VISA (M.E.V) FOR FOREIGNERS WHO RESIDE IN SINGAPORE
i) Form IM.47*.
ii) One recent (less than 6 months) coloured passport-sized photograph - 3.5cm. x 5cm.
iii) Singapore status - Original & Photocopy.
(i.e.: Permanent Residence / Employment Pass / Dependent Pass / ‘S’ Pass / Work Permit / Student Pass / Long Term Pass)
Visa validity period is given based on the passport and long term passes expiry date.
b. SINGLE ENTRY VISA (S.E.V) FOR FOREIGNERS WHO VISITING SINGAPORE
i) Form IM.47*.
ii) One recent (6 months below) coloured passport-sized photograph - 3.5cm. x 5cm.
iii) Proof of entry / visa in Singapore.
iv) Confirmed flight ticket to home country or in possession of visa and ticket to a third country.
To be used within three (3) months from the date of issue.
2. PASSPORT VALIDITY
Passport must have validity of six (6) months or more on the expected date of arrival in Malaysia
3. PROCESSING PERIOD
Seven (7) working days from the day the travel agent submits the application.
The High Commission is closed on Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday (if the holiday falls on a weekend or a declared public holiday, it will be substituted by the following working day).
4. APPLICATION FORM IM.47
i) Available at Immigration Department’s Website,
ii) Travel Agents
VISA FEES FOR INDIAN NATIONALS
1 month – 12 months
1 month – 12 months
APPOINTED LIST OF TRAVEL AGENTS TO PROCESS VISA APPLICATIONS ON BEHALF OF THE HIGH COMMISSION OF MALAYSIA IN SINGAPORE
effected by 19 July 2012
VISA ON ARRIVAL
Effective from 16 August 2010, Visa On Arrival (VOA) have been revoked / discontinued. Nationals who require visa to enter Malaysia are advised to apply the visa before entering Malaysia.
120 HOURS TRANSIT FACILITY WITHOUT VISA
Transit pass is issued to foreign nationals who require a visa to enter Malaysia and on transit to other countries.
Transit Pass facility cannot exceed more than 120 hours (5 days). There will be no extension of this facility.
Fee is not required for Transit Pass.
Visitors are only allowed to enter and leave via the following Entry/Exit Point:
· Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA); or
· LCCT (Low Cost Carrier Terminal)
1. Nationalities who are ELIGIBLE are as follow:
i. Citizen of Bhutan
ii. Citizen of China
iii. Citizen of Myanmar
iv. Citizen of Taiwan
v. Citizen of Bangladesh, India, Pakistan & Sri Lanka holding a Permanent Residence and Long Term Passes (Employment Pass / Dependant Pass / Work Permit / S-Pass / Student Pass/ Long Term Social Pass) in Singapore or other countries.
i. Possess a valid Single Entry Visa (SEV) / Multiple Entry Visa (MEV) to onward destination ;
ii. Confirmed ticket to onward destination;
iii. Passport / travel document with the expiry date of not less than 6 months on the date of arrival in Malaysia
iv. Not listed as barred person from entering Malaysia; and
v. Proof of financial ability to stay in Malaysia.
2. Effective from 15 July 2010, citizens of Bangladesh, India, Pakistan & Sri Lanka without a Permanent Resident or Long Term Passes from Singapore or other countries ARE ELIGIBLE for Transit Pass facility without visa in Malaysia ONLY TO THE COUNTRIES as mentioned below:
iv. New Zealand;
v. Republic of Korea (South Korea);
vi. Taiwan; and
vii. United States of America
i. Travelling by Malaysia Airline System or Air Asia only.
ii. Posses a valid Single Entry Visa (SEV) / Multiple Entry Visa (MEV) from the 7 (seven) countries as listed at paragraph 2 (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii);
iii. Confirmed ticket to countries as listed at paragraph 2 (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (vi) (vii)
iv. Passport / travel document with the expiry date of not less than 6 months on the date of arrival in Malaysia.
v. Not listed as barred person from entering Malaysia; and
vi. Proof of financial ability to stay in Malaysia.
VISA FACILITIES FOR TAIWAN NATIONAL
1. Effective from 9 March 2011, the Government of Malaysia has decided to grant visa-free entry to Taiwan passport holders to promote trade and tourism of Malaysia. This facility accorded to ordinary Taiwan passport holders to enter Malaysia for business and tourism only. Thus, the Taiwanese passport holder has eligibility to enter Malaysia without visa for a maximum period of stay for 15 days. This exemption is not extendable.
2.1 Confirmed ticket to onward destination;
2.2 Passport / travel document with the expiry date of not less than 6 months on the date of arrival in Malaysia.
2.3 Not listed as barred person from entering Malaysia; and
2.4 Proof of financial ability to stay in Malaysia.
National who require visa to enter Malaysia and wish to disembark the cruise ship at any of the Malaysia port must have valid Malaysia visa before sailing. Visa is not required if the passenger do not wish to disembark the cruise ship.
YELLOW FEVER VACCINATION REQUIREMENT
A Yellow fever vaccination certificate is required from all visitors or delegates coming from or going to/through Yellow fever endemic countries listed below.Travelers or delegates are required to bring along their Yellow fever vaccination certificate. Without a valid Yellow fever vaccination certificate they shall be quarantined upon arrival in Malaysia for a period not exceeding 6 days.
B) SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA
(Note: The list of endemic countries above is base on World Health Organization (WHO) 2012 list)
ABOLITION OF VISA / VISIT PASS (Business) FACILITIES
All foreign visitors entering Malaysia through the gazette entry points will be given social visit pass for social visits including the following purposes:
· Visiting Relatives
· Journalist / Reporter
· Attending Meeting
· Attending Business Discussion
· Inspection of factory
· Auditing Company's Account
· Signing Agreement
· Doing survey on investment opportunities / setting up factory
· Attending Seminars
· On goodwill mission for students or sitting for examinations in University
· Taking part in sports competitions
· Other activities not mentioned above but approved by the Director General of Immigration
PUBLIC HOLIDAY 2013
High Commission of Malaysia in Singapore will be closed on the following public holiday:
High Commission of Malaysia in Singapore
20 December 2012