Malaysia

Permanent Residency in Malaysia for Indians

Malaysia Permanent Residence (PR) Visa enables foreign nationals to live and work in Malaysia indefinitely. For a maximum of 20 years, foreign nationals, investors, and entrepreneurs can dwell, work, and study in Malaysia with this type of long-term residency visa.

It gives the holder nearly all of the rights of a Malaysian citizen throughout their extended stay in the country, including the freedom to travel in and out of the nation without restriction, the opportunity to purchase real estate, and access to healthcare and education.


Know the process

Planning to apply for a Malaysia green card? If so, in order to guarantee a simple and easy application process, you will need to get ready with the following paperwork.

  1. FORM 16

  2. Complete photocopy of your passport

  3. 2 photos of yourself of passport size

  4. Two passport-sized photos of your sponsor (if applicable)

  5. Suggestion made by Malaysia's Relevant Agency

  6. Personalised cover letter

  7. Letter of Marriage Decree (Surat Akuan Perkahwinan)

  8. Photocopy of marriage certificate

  9. Copies of birth certificates for your children.

  10. Any other relevant documents (including funds, investment, insurance, etc.)

Here are various ways to obtain Malaysia permanent residence for Indian citizens. Here are they:

Extended Residency: The most popular method is having a valid residence permit and living continuously in Malaysia for a period of time, usually five years. This is applicable to residents who fall into several groups, such as family members, workers, and students.

Family Reunification: You can be qualified for permanent residency through family reunification if you have close relatives who are either Malaysian citizens or permanent residents. Typically, this calls for documentation of the familial ties and the ability of the Malaysian family member to assist you.

Self-Employment: If a self-employed person or entrepreneur has successfully launched a business in Malaysia and it adds to the country's economy and is sustainable, they may also be eligible to apply for permanent residency.

Work-Based Route: After working in Malaysia for a predetermined amount of time, individuals can apply for permanent residence. This frequently applies to researchers, skilled workers, and people who have received a job offer from a Malaysian firm.

Retirement: Those who have lived and worked in Malaysia and are now retired may be eligible for permanent residency, depending on their financial circumstances and length of stay in Malaysia.



Tourist Visa in Malaysia for Indians

Single Entry Visa, which means you can only use it to enter the country once. Multiple-entry visas, which have a longer validity, are not usually issued for tourism purposes.

Visa Without Reference, which means you don’t need to receive permission from the Immigration Department of Malaysia to receive it. It is the Malasyian Representative Office Abroad (Embassy/Consulate) in which you apply who issues it.

pre-entry requirement into the country, which means it only allows you to travel to Malaysia. It does not guarantee that you will actually enter Malaysia.

The decision on whether or not you can enter Malaysia or not is up to an Immigration Officer at the point of entry where you arrive. Immigration Officers decide on whether a foreign national is fit to enter Malaysia, regardless of whether they need a visa and their purpose of travel.

If they decide that you are fit to enter, you will receive a Pass (ie. a stamp on your passport), depending on why you want to enter. For tourism, the type of Malaysia Pass you receive is a Short Term Social Visit Pass


Know the process

Collect the required documents for a tourist visa to Malaysia

Every Malaysian Embassy/consulate has different requirements regarding the documents you must submit. However, the required documents for a Malaysian tourist visa are the following:

 

  1. Two copies of the completed Malaysia Visa Application Form.
  2. Your passport, which must be valid for at least another six months from the date you intent to enter Malaysia.
  3. Two passport-size pictures of yourself which are in line with Malaysia photo requirements. Make sure to follow the picture guidelines as per their requirements because even an incorrect picture format could cost you your visa.
  4. A complete flight itinerary, which includes a return flight ticket.
  5. Proof of accommodation in Malaysia, such as a hotel booking.
  6. Letter of invitation from your host/sponsor in Malaysia (if you have one). If you’ll be staying with them, they must confirm this in the letter and it will count as proof of accommodation.
  7. No Objection Letter from your employer or educational institution.
  8. Proof of sufficient funds to cover the duration of your stay.
  9. Proof of paid Malaysian visa fee. Some Embassies/Consulates require the fee to be paid in cash, while others will only accept payments made through a bank transaction.
  10. Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate if you are from a country who is in the risk of Yellow Fever transmission or recently traveled/transited there for longer than 12 hours.
  11. Although not required, having travel insurance coverage when travelling to Malaysia is highly recommended.

 


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Permanent Residency in Malaysia for Indians

Malaysia Permanent Residence (PR) Visa enables foreign nationals to live and work in Malaysia indefinitely. For a maximum of 20 years, foreign nationals, investors, and entrepreneurs can dwell, work, and study in Malaysia with this type of long-term residency visa.

It gives the holder nearly all of the rights of a Malaysian citizen throughout their extended stay in the country, including the freedom to travel in and out of the nation without restriction, the opportunity to purchase real estate, and access to healthcare and education.


Know the process

Planning to apply for a Malaysia green card? If so, in order to guarantee a simple and easy application process, you will need to get ready with the following paperwork.

  1. FORM 16

  2. Complete photocopy of your passport

  3. 2 photos of yourself of passport size

  4. Two passport-sized photos of your sponsor (if applicable)

  5. Suggestion made by Malaysia's Relevant Agency

  6. Personalised cover letter

  7. Letter of Marriage Decree (Surat Akuan Perkahwinan)

  8. Photocopy of marriage certificate

  9. Copies of birth certificates for your children.

  10. Any other relevant documents (including funds, investment, insurance, etc.)

Here are various ways to obtain Malaysia permanent residence for Indian citizens. Here are they:

Extended Residency: The most popular method is having a valid residence permit and living continuously in Malaysia for a period of time, usually five years. This is applicable to residents who fall into several groups, such as family members, workers, and students.

Family Reunification: You can be qualified for permanent residency through family reunification if you have close relatives who are either Malaysian citizens or permanent residents. Typically, this calls for documentation of the familial ties and the ability of the Malaysian family member to assist you.

Self-Employment: If a self-employed person or entrepreneur has successfully launched a business in Malaysia and it adds to the country's economy and is sustainable, they may also be eligible to apply for permanent residency.

Work-Based Route: After working in Malaysia for a predetermined amount of time, individuals can apply for permanent residence. This frequently applies to researchers, skilled workers, and people who have received a job offer from a Malaysian firm.

Retirement: Those who have lived and worked in Malaysia and are now retired may be eligible for permanent residency, depending on their financial circumstances and length of stay in Malaysia.



Tourist Visa in Malaysia for Indians

Single Entry Visa, which means you can only use it to enter the country once. Multiple-entry visas, which have a longer validity, are not usually issued for tourism purposes.

Visa Without Reference, which means you don’t need to receive permission from the Immigration Department of Malaysia to receive it. It is the Malasyian Representative Office Abroad (Embassy/Consulate) in which you apply who issues it.

pre-entry requirement into the country, which means it only allows you to travel to Malaysia. It does not guarantee that you will actually enter Malaysia.

The decision on whether or not you can enter Malaysia or not is up to an Immigration Officer at the point of entry where you arrive. Immigration Officers decide on whether a foreign national is fit to enter Malaysia, regardless of whether they need a visa and their purpose of travel.

If they decide that you are fit to enter, you will receive a Pass (ie. a stamp on your passport), depending on why you want to enter. For tourism, the type of Malaysia Pass you receive is a Short Term Social Visit Pass


Know the process

Collect the required documents for a tourist visa to Malaysia

Every Malaysian Embassy/consulate has different requirements regarding the documents you must submit. However, the required documents for a Malaysian tourist visa are the following:

 

  1. Two copies of the completed Malaysia Visa Application Form.
  2. Your passport, which must be valid for at least another six months from the date you intent to enter Malaysia.
  3. Two passport-size pictures of yourself which are in line with Malaysia photo requirements. Make sure to follow the picture guidelines as per their requirements because even an incorrect picture format could cost you your visa.
  4. A complete flight itinerary, which includes a return flight ticket.
  5. Proof of accommodation in Malaysia, such as a hotel booking.
  6. Letter of invitation from your host/sponsor in Malaysia (if you have one). If you’ll be staying with them, they must confirm this in the letter and it will count as proof of accommodation.
  7. No Objection Letter from your employer or educational institution.
  8. Proof of sufficient funds to cover the duration of your stay.
  9. Proof of paid Malaysian visa fee. Some Embassies/Consulates require the fee to be paid in cash, while others will only accept payments made through a bank transaction.
  10. Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate if you are from a country who is in the risk of Yellow Fever transmission or recently traveled/transited there for longer than 12 hours.
  11. Although not required, having travel insurance coverage when travelling to Malaysia is highly recommended.

 


Documents Required

Once apply on permitsy

Your visa is submitted to the Department of immigration

Permitsy will verify before submitting to government office


Department of Immigration perform security checks

Initial Assessment, Customized Guidance, Application Strategy, Question & Answer, Legal Expertise


Visa delivered on time. Guaranteed.

The permitsy Government Relations Team works with local authorities to ensure your visa is processed timely.


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