Visa Requirement Visa Requirement

IMMIGRATION FACILITIES FOR MALAYSIA CITIZEN

 

  1. MALAYSIAN PASSPORT RENEWAL

 

Visa Section in the Embassy of Malaysia in Beijing accepts Malaysian Passport renewal application. These facilities are only applicable to those Malaysian who hold long term pass (permanent resident/ employment/ student/ dependent) in China. A temporary traveller with a tourist/business/stay visa can't use this facility. The documents required for passport renewal application areas below. Kindly prepare all the below documents in two (02) sets.

 

  1. Photocopy of current passport (all pages).
  2. Photocopy of Malaysian Identification Card for adults or Borang H/ Sijil Lahir/ MYKID for applicant below 18 years old (front and back in A4 size paper).
  3. Two (02) passport size photograph with a white colour background. Specification as the attached photo:
  4. Passport copy of parents for applicants below 18 years old. (Frontpage and valid China/Malaysia Visa page only).
  5. Photocopy of Malaysian IC and China ID of parents for applicant below 18 years old (front and back in A4 size paper).
  6. Photocopy of Parents Malaysian marriage registration certificate for applicant below 18 years old.  Either parent must bring the children custody order from Malaysian Court in the case of divorcement.
  7. Fill up the Passport application form which can get over the counter in Visa Section. (Write the residence address in China in Pinyin).
  8. Payment is CNY400 for adult and CNY200 for Children below age 12 years old and for each application of passport which valid for five (05) years. Payment using cash only.
  9. China Travel Document (blue color book) as supporting document for China born children who have no long term Visa in Malaysian Passport.

 

 *(You may ignore the point number d, e, f and i if you are an adult applicant)

 

 The applicant must bring all original and photocopied documents for verification by the officer. Successful submission will be mailed to Immigration Department in Putrajaya for processing which takes 3 to 6 months for new passport collection.

 

 Address:

 Embassy of Malaysia

 No 2, Liang Ma Qiao Bei Jie

 Chaoyang District,

 Beijing, 100600

 People's Republic of China

 Operation Hours: 9 am-5 pm (Monday-Friday)

 Subway Line 10: Liangmaqiao (Exit B)

 

 Kindly refer National Immigration Administration (NIA) of China or China Embassy in Malaysia to clarify your China Visa/ Entry Permit matters. Tel: +86 010 84020101 (Beijing); +86 010 84015300 (Beijing) (9 AM -5 PM) during working days.

 

* Applicant also may apply/renew Malaysian Passport in Consulate General of Malaysia in Hong Kong which takes one day for processing and collection. For future details kindly contact:

 Address:

 Consulate General of Malaysia in Hong Kong

 24th Floor, Malaysia Building

 47-50 Gloucester Road

 Wanchai

 Hong Kong                

 Telephone: (852) 2821 0800

 Fax: (852) 28651628

 Email:mwhongkong@kln.gov.my

 

 

 

Notification:

  1. The Malaysian Parents must come in person with the children for the children’s passport application. (Not applicable for a divorce case with the court order).
  2. Children above 12 years old must have MYKAD for the passport renewal application.
  3. MYKAD (Kad Pengenalan Malaysia) must be in good condition, not damaged and renewed to the new type as currently used in Malaysia.
  4. Kindly wear dark colour attire. Forehead and ears must be visible. Eyeglass, contact lens, earrings and nose piercing must be removed. Teeth should not be visible.
  5. Visa section will notify the applicant by call or SMS when your new passport arrived.
  6. The applicant must bring the old passport and payment receipt for the new passport collection. The old passport will be canceled upon collection of the new passport. The applicant may remain to use the old passport until collecting the new one.
  7. Passport is a security document. The applicant must come in person to the embassy for the renewal process. There is no other medium or method can be used for application submission.
  8. No prior appointment is required for the passport renewal process.

 

Last Update: 22nd July 2020

 

 

 2. EMERGENCY CERTIFICATE / SIJIL PERAKUAN CEMAS

 

A. FOR NEW BORN IN CHINA

 

Prior to Emergency Certificate application the applicant required to set an early appointment with the Consular Department of the Malaysian Embassy in Beijing to get the birth certificate (Borang H). Contact details as following: Mr Shamsul Azmi Aziz D/Line: +86 010 65322762. Email: shamsulazmi@kln.gov.my

 

The father of the newborn must be a Malaysia Citizen to apply for the Borang H. Borang H is the primary document for issuing a Malaysian Emergency Certificate for the newborn in Mainland of China to perform the journey to Malaysia. You may apply for an Emergency Certificate once complete the process of Borang H. Visa Section do not require any earlier appointment for the Emergency Certificate application.

 

Kindly make a (01) photocopy of below documents for the Malaysian Emergency Certificate application:

a. Borang H/ Birth Certificate of Malaysia

b. Birth Certificate of China

c. Parents Passport and ID

d. Marriage Certificate

e. 2 passport size photo with white background.

f. Fill up Emergency Certificate (EC) application form which can get over the counter in Visa Section. (Write the residence address in China in Pinyin).

g. Payment for EC is RMB130.00 (cash only) and the processing time is three (03) working days.

 

The applicant must bring all original and photocopied documents to verify by the officer in the Visa Section.

 

The validity of the Malaysian Emergency Certificate is three (03) months (authority of Immigration Attaché maximum up to 9 months) from the date of issuance. EC can use for Single Journey only from the Mainland of China to Malaysia. EC holders can’t transit in any other country.

 

Kindly refer to the National Immigration Administration (NIA) of China or China Embassy in Malaysia to clarify your China Visa matters. Tel: +86 010 84020101 (Beijing); +86 010 84015300 (Beijing) (9 AM -5 PM) during working days.  All the EC holders must get Exit Permit from the NIA of China before departure to Malaysia.

 

Last Update: 23rd April 2020

 

 

B. MALAYSIA CITIZEN LOST PASSPORT IN CHINA

 

Malaysian traveller/long term China Visa holder who lost their passport in Mainland of China must lodge a police report regarding their passport lost to a nearby police station. 

 

Please make an appointment with the Consular Department of the Malaysian Embassy in Beijing before coming to the Embassy of Malaysia. Contact details as following: Mr Shamsul Azmi Aziz D/Line: +86 010 65322762. Email: shamsulazmi@kln.gov.my

 

Applicant must completed the Borang Soal Selidik Kehilangan Passport Malaysia and meet Consular in Consular Department. Consular will interview, translate police report and issue an official letter to Visa Section to issue an Emergency Certificate for the applicant. The applicant must photocopy all the original documents from the consular department before come for Emergency Certificate submission. 

 

Applicant must bring the following items for successful Emergency Certificate submission:

  1. Fillup Emergency Certificate (EC) application form.
  2. Two (02) passport size photograph with a white colour background.
  3. Photocopy of passport/IC from storage (if applicable). 
  4. Original and photocopied documents from the Consular Department. 
  5. Payment for EC is RMB130.00 (cash only) and the processing time is three (03) working days.

 

The applicant must bring all original and photocopied documents to verify by the officer in the Visa Section. 

 

The validity of the Malaysian Emergency Certificate is three (03) months (authority of Immigration Attaché maximum up to 9 months) from the date of issuance. EC can use for Single Journey only from the Mainland of China to Malaysia. EC holders can’t transit in any other country. All the lost passport cases are subjected to investigation and applicant should pay the penalty in Malaysian Immigration Department.

 

Kindly refer to the National Immigration Administration (NIA) of China or China Embassy in Malaysia to clarify your China Visa matters. Tel: +86 010 84020101 (Beijing); +86 010  84015300 (Beijing) (9 AM -5 PM) during working days. All the EC holders must get Exit Permit from the NIA of China before departure to Malaysia.

 

Last Update: 23rd April 2020

 

 

C. PASSPORT DAMAGE DURING THE STAY IN CHINA

 

Malaysian traveller/long term China Visa holder should apply for a Malaysian Emergency Certificate (EC)if their passport gets damaged during the stay in China.

 

Applicant must bring the following items for successful Emergency Certificate submission:

a. Fillup Emergency Certificate (EC) application form.

b. Two (02) passport size photograph with a white colour background.

c. Photocopy of passport/IC from storage (if applicable).

d. Payment for EC is RMB130.00 (cash only) and the processing time is three (03) working days.

 

The applicant must bring all original and photocopied documents to verify by the officer in the Visa Section.

 

The validity of the Malaysian Emergency Certificate is three (03) months (authority of Immigration Attaché maximum up to 9 months) from the date of issuance. EC can use for Single Journey only from the Mainland of China to Malaysia. EC holders can’t transit in any other country. All the damage passport cases are subjected to investigation and the applicant should pay the penalty in the Malaysian Immigration Department.

 

Kindly refer to the National Immigration Administration (NIA) of China or China Embassy in Malaysia to clarify your China Visa matters. Tel: +86 010 84020101 (Beijing); +86 010  84015300 (Beijing) (9 AM -5 PM) during working days. All the EC holders must get Exit Permit from the NIA of China before departure to Malaysia.

 

Last Update: 23rd April 2020