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  consular Information

New Application/First Time Applying and Renewal of Passport

 

Only a few Malaysian Missions overseas are given the authority to issue travelling documents / passport to Malaysians abroad. For missions without the authority, applications can still be made through our Malaysian Mission office abroad who would then submit the application to the Immigration Department of Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur. Address, telephone number and e-mail of Malaysian Missions abroad is available in the main page of this website.  

 


1. New Application/First Time Applying for Passport

 

Applicant must follow below procedures:-

 

·         Appear at the Malaysian Mission Offices abroad.

·         Complete the Form Im.42-pin 1/97. The form can be obtained at any Malaysian Mission office abroad.

·         Refer to the following table below for first time application :-

 

Documents required:

Applicant

If

Conditions

18 years and above

Born in Malaysia

  • Identification Card (MyKad) 
  • If the applicant is not in possession of MyKad, temporary identification Certificate (JPN.KPPK 09 or 11) AND Birth Certificate is required
  • 4 copies of recent photograph with white background (3.5 X 5 cm)
     
  • Stay Permit

Born outside Malaysia

  • Identification Card(MyKad) 
  • Form W/ Birth Certificate/ Certificate of Status 
  • 4 copies of recent photograph with white background (3.5 X 5 cm)
     
  • Stay Permit
     

Army Officials

  • Army Identification Card 
  • 4 copies of recent photograph with white background (3.5 X 5 cm)
     
  • Stay Permit

Police Officials

  • Police Identification Card
  • Birth Certificate
     
  • 4 copies of recent photograph with white background (3.5 X 5 cm)
     
  • Stay Permit

Under 18 years

Born in Malaysia

  • Identification Card (MyKad)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Parent’s Identification Card (parent must appeared in person together with applicant)
  • 4 copies of recent photograph with white background (3.5 X 5 cm)
     
  • Stay Permit

 

Born outside Malaysia

  • Form W/Birth Certificate/ Certificate of Status.
  • Travel documents used for return to Malaysia. 
  • Parent’s Identification Card (parent must appeared in person together with applicant)
  • 4 copies of recent photograph with white background (3.5 X 5 cm)
     
  • Stay Permit

Divorced parents

  • Identification Card (MyKad)

 

  • Birth Certificate

 

  • Court order of child custody

 

  • Divorced Certificate

 

  • Identification Card of legal guardian

 

  • 2 copies of recent photograph with white background (3.5 X 5 cm)

 

Adopted Child

  • Identification Card(MyKad)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Certificate of Adoption
  • Guardian’s Identification Card or valid passport (for foreigner)
  • 4 copies of recent photograph with white background (3.5 X 5 cm)
     
  • Stay Permit

Married

  • Identification Card(MyKad)
  • Marriage or Divorce Certificate
  • 4 copies of recent photograph with white background (3.5 X 5 cm)
     
  • Stay Permit

 

 

 

2. Renewal of Passport

 

 

The new passport will be issued to passport renewal application.

 

Balance of the passport validity not more than 6 months can be carried with the following conditions.

 

·  2 unused available pages

·  Not a lost/damaged case

·  Not cases under investigation.

 

Applicant must follow below procedures:-

·         Appear at the Malaysian Mission Offices abroad.

·         Complete the Form Im.42-pin 1/97. The form can be obtained at any Malaysian Mission office abroad.

·         Refer to the following table for the renewal of passport:-

 

Documents Required:

 

Applicants

Conditions

Under 18 years

  • Same documents as first time application
  • Current Malaysia International Passport
  • 4 copies of recent photograph with white background (3.5 X 5 cm)

Above 18 years

  • Identification Card (MyKad)
  • If the applicant is not in possession of MyKad, Temporary Identification Certificate (JPN.KPPK 09 or 11) AND Birth certificate is required.
     
  • Current Malaysia International Passport
  • 4 copies of recent photograph with white background (3.5 X 5 cm)
     
  • Stay Permit

 

Passport Fees

 

 

RM300.00 for 5 years. Please call or e-mail the Embassy to obtain the exact amount in local currency.

 

Special Fees

 

RM150.00 for 5 years. Please call or e-mail the Embassy to obtain the exact amount in local currency.

 

Eligibility for special Fees

  1. Children below 12 years old
  2. Student below 21 years old with proof to study abroad on the day of submission.
  3. Citizen above 65 year old.

 

General information:

  • The usage of ‘anak lelaki (AL)' and ‘anak perempuan (AP)' for Indian and non-muslim citizens on the    main page has been removed but stated on the ‘PEMERHATIAN/OBSERVATION' page.
  • Please bear in mind that if passport not claimed after three (3) months from the date of collection as stated in the payment receipt, it will be cancelled and the fee paid for is non-refundable. Should the applicant intend to obtain the passport, he or she needs to submit a fresh application and it will be according to the normal procedure. This term only apply if the application is made by person at the Immigration Department in Malaysia.
  • Particular of children including infant will no longer be included in the parent's passport. as she/he will be issued with separate passport. Change of photograph for the children two years and above can be made by completing the Im.42-pin 1/97 form attached with two recent photographs and birth certificate (original and copy). The applicant must appear before the Immigration officer.
  • Under the Guardianship Act 1961 - 1999 amendment, consent can be given by the mother for child under 18 years old.
  • Lost of passport abroad should be reported to the nearest Malaysian Representative Office for replacement of passport together with a police report.
  • Application for a new passport will be sent to the Immigration Department Headquarters, Putrajaya Malaysia for decision/process which will  take approximately 3-5 months. For case of replacement of lost passport, approximately 6-7 months.

 

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