Birth/Marriage Registration Birth/Marriage Registration

 

REGISTRATION OF CHILDREN BORN IN MEXICO
 
Children born in Mexico can be registered at Embassy of Malaysia, Mexico City. Registration must be made in person at the Embassy on the following conditions:
 
1.    The father of the child is a Malaysian citizen;
2.    Registration is made within one (1) year from the date of birth of the child;
 
Documents required are as follows:
 
·         Completed Birth Registration Form D (may be obtained from the Embassy)
·         Passports of both parents (original and two (2) copies)
·         Identification cards of both parents (original and two (2) copies)
(If the mother is not a Malaysian citizen then her passport will be used as an identity document)
·         A copy of Marriage Certificate from Malaysia or other countries
·         Translation of Mexican birth certificate  
·         Mexican Birth Certificate (for child)
·         Two (2) passport-sized photographs of the child
 
The fee must be paid in Mexican Pesos or US Dollar equivalent to
MXP 110.00 (RM25.00)
 
Note: Borang W (Malaysian Birth Certificate Overseas) will be issued by the Embassy. A copy will be sent to the National Registration Department of Malaysia for record purposes.
 
**Penalty charges will be imposed for late registration
 
APPLICATION FOR CITIZENSHIP STATUS FOR CHILDREN BORN TO A NON MALAYSIAN FATHER (PERKARA 15(2) PERLEMBAGAAN MALAYSIA)
 
Applications for Malaysian citizenship will be forwarded to Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara at Putrajaya by the Embassy. Applications must be made in person at the Embassy on the following conditions:
 
1.    Mother should be Malaysian
2.    Child born after official marriage registration /soleminization
3.    Child born overseas after 1 January 2010 or within one year after the child was born.
 
 
 
 
 
Documents required are as follows:
 
·         Lampiran A.15(2) Surat Persetujuan Bersama Permohonan Kewarganegaraan Perkara 15(2) Perlembagaan Persekutuan
·         Lampiran B.15(2) Akuan Penerimaan
·         Lampiran C.15(2) Akuan Kutipan
·          Two copies  Birth Certificate of Child
·          Two copies Father’s identity card of travel document
·          Two copies Mother’s birth certificate or identity card
·          Two copies Mother’s citizenship certificate (if applicable)
·           Two copies Marriage certificate (translated in English of Bahasa Malaysia)
·         Three (3) recent passport-sized photographs
 
The fee must be paid in Mexican Pesos or US Dollar equivalent to RM 1,000.00.
 
**Penalty charges will be imposed for late registration
 
 
REGISTRATION OF MARRIAGE
 
Under the Marriage and Divorce Act 1976 of Malaysia, Malaysians residing overseas are required to register their marriage at any Malaysian mission for your marriage to be legally recognized in Malaysia. The married couple is required to appear in person when submitting the application form on the following conditions: 
 
1.     At least one of the couple is a Malaysian.
2.     Register the marriage with the Embassy within the period of six (6) months from the date of marriage.
 
Documents required are as follows:
·         Malaysian passports
·         Malaysian Identity Card (MyKad)
·         Mexican Marriage Certificate (and Divorce Certificate if applicable)
·         Two (2) recent passport size photographs
 
The fee must be paid in Mexican Pesos or US Dollar equivalent to RM10.00.
 
**Penalty charges will be imposed for late registration
 
Registration will be processed by the Embassy and two (2) copies of the Malaysian Marriage Certificate (original and a photocopy copy) will be issued to the couple. 
             
 *NOTE: All marriages performed in the Islamic Religious Rights need not be registered with Embassy of Malaysia.  Marriage registration can be done in Malaysia at any Registration Department, but all Marriage Certificates issued in Mexico must first be certified by the Embassy.  Marriage Certificates from another country must be certified by the respective country’s Embassy, Consulate or Ministry of Foreign Affairs.