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consular Information consular Information

Visa

 

Malaysian Passport Holder can get a visa-on-arrival upon entering Qatar. It is valid for 3 months.  

 

Qatari citizens do not require visa to enter Malaysia for any social visit not exceeding 90 days (e.g. tourism, visiting friends or relatives, attending meetings, seminars, conferences or business discussions, factory inspection, auditing company's account, signing agreements, surveying investment opportunities, setting up a company or factory, sitting for examinations, taking part in sports competition or on a goodwill mission for students).

 

Qatari citizens, however, are required to obtain visa if they are to engage in employment or professional activities in Malaysia either paid or unpaid or to enter Malaysia for a purpose other than the ones stated above. Requirements for visa application are as follows:

-           A visa application form(obtainable from the Embassy)

-           1 recent colour photo

-           Passport (with a validity of more than 6 months from proposed date of arrival in Malaysia)

-           Acknowledgement Letter from Sponsor

-           An approval letter from Immigration Department of Malaysia or Multimedia Development Corporation approving the issuance of Employment, Professional or Dependent Pass to the applicant (if applicable)

-           Travel itinerary / Flight Ticket

-           A visa fee of QR25.00 for single entry 

 

Citizens from other countries who require visa to enter Malaysia may also apply for the visa at the Embassy if they have a valid status of resident in the State of Qatar. The requirements are the as follows:

 

     -           A visa application form(obtainable from the Embassy)

-           1 recent colour photo

-           Passport (with a validity of more than 6 months from proposed date of arrival in Malaysia)

-        1 copy of passport / Qatar I.D.

-           Acknowledgement Letter from Sponsor

-           An approval letter from Immigration Department of Malaysia or Multimedia Development Corporation approving the issuance of Employment, Professional or Dependent Pass to the applicant (if applicable)

-           Travel itinerary / Flight Ticket

-         Hotel Booking

-         For Indian nationality, a visa fee of QR 60.00 for single entry and QR 120.00 for multiple entry 

-         For Chinese nationality a visa fee of QR35.00 for single/multiple entry

-            For other nationality, a visa fee of QR25.00 for single/multiple entry 

    

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(For other nationalities, kindly check either you are required for visa to enter Malaysia or vice versa at the Official Website of Ministry of Foreign Affairs www.kln.gov.my)


 

Letter of Good Conduct

 

Malaysians are usually required to proof to local authorities that they are free from any criminal record when applying for visa extension, filing a marriage application, registering a company or buying a property in the State of Qatar. Malaysians who wish to obtain such a proof or so called Letter of Good Conduct may log in to www.kln.gov.my and click Certificate of Good Conduct link on the right side of the web. Kindly follow the instruction and fill up all the requested details.

 

Requirements for Letter of Good Conduct:-

 

Upon completion of online application, please bring to the Embassy the following:-

-                     3 copies of complete online form

-                     3 color photos (if not uploaded in the online application)

-                     3 copies of the first page of passport

-                     3 copies of the last page of passport

-                     3 copies of Malaysian IC (front and back)

-                     Fees QR25

-                     Courier fees QR100 (if applicant want to send it by courier)

 

 

Emergency Certificate

 

Malaysians are required to immediately report the loss of their passports to the nearest local police station. The Embassy, in this case, may issue an Emergency Certificate to those Malaysians to facilitate their return to Malaysia. Requirements for the Emergency Certificate are as follows:

-           An application form (obtainable from the Embassy) 

-           2 recent colour photos (blue background)

-           Identity card (original and two copies of both sides)

-           Birth certificate (if any)

-           Emergency Certificate fee of QR60.00*

*Will be based on current exchange rate for RM50

 

Additional requirement in case of lost, damage or stolen passport:

-           A questionnaire on the loss of the passport (will be provided by the Embassy)

-           Extract copy of the police report

 

Emergency certificate can only be used for Malaysian to travel back to Malaysia, one way.


 

Notary Services & Certification

 

Powers are conferred upon Consular Officer of the Embassy to do any notary act which any notary public can do within Malaysia and to administer oaths, take affidavits and generally exercise the functions of a commissioner for oaths.

 

In addition, Consular Officer of the Embassy is also empowered to certify (or commonly called legalised) for use in Malaysia the identity of official seals and signatures on documents emanating from the Qatari authorities. Consular Officer may also legalise official seals and signatures on Malaysian official documents for use in the State of Qatar.

 

However, EFFECTIVE FROM 1 APRIL 2009, THE GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE OF QATAR REQUIRES THAT ALL CERTIFICATION TO BE MADE AT THE EMBASSY MUST BE CERTIFIED FIRST BY RELEVANT AUTHORITIES AND THE CONSULAR DEPARTMENT OF THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS IN MALAYSIA (these include the Marriage Certificate, Birth Certificate, Educational Certificate). A document drawn up in Malaysia for use in the State of Qatar must be executed by a notary public in Malaysia and authenticated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Malaysia before it could be presented to the Embassy for legalisation. The same procedure applies to a document originating from the State of Qatar for use in Malaysia where the document will have to be first executed by a notary public in the State of Qatar and authenticated by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the State of Qatar before it is presented to the Embassy for legalisation.

 

Requirements for notary services are as follows:

-             Passport

-             Identity card (applicable to Malaysians only)

-             Documents that need to be certified/endorsed/legalised (original and photocopy)

-             A fee of QR20.00 for each certification/endorsement/legalisation

 

For Witness of Signature (i.e. property documents, bank loans or authorization letter), the applicant MUST sign the documents in front of the Consular officer.

 

 

Other Services

 

Other than the above, the Embassy also provides assistance in following cases:

o                        Registration of absent voters for qualified Malaysians in the State of Qatar

o                        Serving judicial documents to defendants in Malaysia or in the State of Qatar

o                        Obtaining diplomatic clearance for Malaysian aircraft flying over or landing in

              the Qatari territory

o                        Locating missing Malaysians in the State of Qatar

o                        Arrest of Malaysians in the State of Qatar***

o                        Death of Malaysians in the State of Qatar

o                        Emergency situation such as flood, earthquake etc.

 

Important Note:

 

Please note that the Embassy is not in a position to defend those who act against the law of the State of Qatar, but to ensure the procedures are in accord with the stipulated law.

 

The Embassy would like to remind of email scams relating to job offers, lottery prizes etc. Please verify it before accepting any offer of deal.

 

The Embassy does not offer the following services:

o                        Translation of documents

o                        Currency exchange

o                        Import / Export Permit – please refer to the Ministry of Industrial Trade and Industry (www.miti.gov.my)