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  consular Information

 

Birth/Marriage Certificate Registration
 
REGISTRATION OF BIRTH
 
Application has to be made in person by the parents and the child at:
 
Consulate General of Malaysia, Guangzhou
Units 1912, 1913, 1915-1918
Citic Plaza Office Tower
233 Tian He Bei Road
510610, Guangzhou
 
Telephone     : 8620-3877 0763 / 8620-3877 0766 / 8620-3877 0765
Fax               : 8620-3877 0769
Email            : mwguangzhou@kln.gov.my
Office Hours : Monday-Friday 9.00 am - 1.00 pm & 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
 

 
Contact Details:
 
Sindey Xin Wang
Consular Assistant
Telephone
Fax
Consular Hours
+8620-38770763 / 8620-38770766 / 8620-38770765
+8620-3877 0769
9:00 am – 1:00 pm (Monday-Friday)
Email

 
NOTE:
 
i.        It is  starting on 1 June 2010, for a child was born outside Malaysia or inside Malaysia, the child would acquire Malaysian citizenship as long as the child's father or mother is Malaysian citizen at the time of birth. 
 
ii.       For baby's FATHER is Malaysian citizen, need to fill in the application form "Borang D" and the Consualte General Office will proceed to issue the Birth Certificate "Borang W" on the same day base on completed supporting documentation. If it is registered to the Consulate General over 1 year, the application needs to refer to Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara (JPN) for approval of "Borang W" issue.
 
iii.  For Baby's MOTHER is Malaysian citizen, need to fill in the application form "Borang B", Lampiran A.15(2), and Lampiran A-WN, and needs to be processed in Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara (JPN) for approval on the Birth Certificate "Borang W".
 
iv.  Both of parents and the new born baby must be present at the Consulate General of Malaysia.
 
v.  Kindly bring along all the original documents and to provide with two (2) photocopies of each documents. The Consulate General of Malaysia Guangzhou is in charge with 5 Provinces including Guangdong, Fujian, Hainan, Hunan and Jiangxi.
 
 
 
  

 
Documents to be submitted:
 
1.
Application Borang D, JPN.WN02, Borang B, Lampiran A.15(2), and Lampiran A-WN (original) – can be obtained at the Consulate General
2.Original Child Birth Certificate (from Hospital)
3.
Notarial Child Birth Certificate (to be endorsed by FAO of issued and the Consulate General of Malaysia in Guangzhou)
4.
2 recent colored photographs of the child and mother (Malaysian)
5.
Passport of parents (original and 2 photocopies)
6.
Father's Malaysian Identity card and Passport (original and 2 photocopies)
7.Mother's local indentity card and passport.
8.
Marriage certificate of parents (original and 2 photocopies)
9.
Fee: Form D, JPN WN02 RMB 44.00 cash
Fee: Borang W (W.N.23A-PIN.2/81) RMB 22.00 cash

 
NOTE: 
 
Processing takes ten (1) business days.
 
i.   For Births in Guangdong, Hunan, Hainan, Fujian and Jiangxi, the Birth Certificate must be notarized by a notary public or a lawyer in China and followed by an authentication by the Manager, Order in Council Administration Office for certificates issued. For other provinces, please refer to your Provincial Authority.
 
ii.  For appointment to be engaged please contact this number: 020-38770763, 38770765 ext. 221 Consular Section.
 
 
REGISTRATION OF MARRIAGE
 
Application has to be made in person at:
 
Consulate General of Malaysia, Guangzhou
Units 1912, 1913, 1915-1918
Citic Plaza Office Tower
233 Tian He Bei Road
510610, Guangzhou
 
Telephone     : 8620-3877 0763 / 8620-3877 0766 / 8620-3877 0765
Fax               : 8620-3877 0769
Email            : mwguangzhou@kln.gov.my
Office Hours  : Monday-Friday 9.00 am - 1.00 pm & 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
 
 
Contact Details:
 
Sindey Xin Wang
Consular Assistant
Telephone
Fax
Consular Hours
 
8620-38770763 / 38770766 / 38770765
8620-3877 0769
9:00 am – 1:00 pm (Monday-Friday)
 
Email
 
 
Documents to be submitted:
 
1.
1 copy of Registration Form, JPN.KC O6 - can be obtained at Consulate General (Form on the website only to the user)
2.
1 copy of Borang D
3.
2 recent colored photographs of applicants, size 3.5 cm x 5.0 cm
4.
Chinese Marriage Certificate (original and 2 photocopies)
5.
Passport of applicants (original and 2 photocopies)
6.
Malaysian Identity Card of applicants (original and 2 photocopies)
 
7.
Chinese Permanent Residence (PR) Card (original and 2 photocopies). If you DO NOT possess a Chinese PR Card, you are required to produce a Search Letter from the Chinese Immigration Citizenship Department confirming that you have not acquired Chinese Citizenship (not applicable to those below 18 years of age)
 
8.
Those on Student Visa, please produce a letter from your university, college or school, confirming that you are a bona fide student together with your study visa issued by the Chinese Immigration and Citizenship Department (Original and 2 photocopies)
 
9.
Those on work visa, please produce your work visa issued by the Chinese Immigration and Citizenship Department (Original and 2 photocopies)
10.
Fees: RMB 44.00 cash
 
NOTE:
 
i.                        Processing takes ten (10) business days.
 
ii.                       The marriage must be registered with the Consulate General within 6 months from the date of marriage. Any registration made after 6 months of marriage is considered as late registration. The fee for late registration is RMB 220.00 for the first six months and RMB 110.00 for every six months.
 
iii.                      The marriage can also be registered in person at any Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara Office in Malaysia within six (6) months of arrival in Malaysia.
 
iv.                    For Muslim marriages solemnized in China, registration must be done with the Jabatan Agama Islam/ Islamic Religious Department in the applicant’s local area of residence in Malaysia. The Certificate of Conversion and the Marriage Certificate must be notarized by a notary public or a lawyer in China and followed by an authentication by the Manager, Order in Council Administration Office for certificates issued in Guangdong. For other provinces, please refer to your Provincial Authority.
 
v.                     For non-Muslim marriages solemnized in China, the Marriage Certificate must be notarized by a notary public or a lawyer in China and followed by an authentication by the Manager, Order in Council Administration Office for certificates issued in Guangdong. For other provinces, please refer to your Provincial Authority.

 

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