FAQs FAQs

 Frequently Asked Question

 

 

1. Do I need to apply for visa to enter Malaysia?

 

Yes, for Visa Requirements for Pakistani to visit Malaysia please refer to Visa Requirement


2. Where can I apply for visa to enter Malaysia?

 

Karachiites and Balochi can refer to the Consular & Immigration Department of the Consulate General of Malaysia in Karachi at (021) 3529 5618 to get the list of appointed Visa Drop Agents of the Consulate.


3. How do I apply for a letter of good conduct?

 

* For Malaysian, please refer to: Letter of Good Conduct for Malaysian 

* For Pakistani, please refer to: Letter of Good Conduct for Foreigner 

 

Please refer to Consular Information at our main page for details.

 

4. What is the status of my letter of good conduct?

 

Malaysian with a letter of statutory declaration will receive their letter of good conduct within one day of submitting their  application. However for Malaysian without a letter of statutory declaration or for some countries and foreigners their letter of good conduct will be issued 2 months after submitting your application. Only if you have not received your letter of good conduct within these stipulated times please contact Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia at +603-88874000. 

 

5. Do Malaysians need to apply for visa to travel overseas?

 

Yes, depending on the country you are going. For the list of countries that need visas please refer to Visa Requirement for Malaysians travelling overseas. 


6. How do Malaysians apply for  visa to go overseas?


Visas to travel overseas are issued by the relevant Foreign Missions. The addresses and contact numbers of the Foreign Missions accredited to Malaysia can be obtained from "Foreign Missions in Malaysia".

 

7. How can I apply to extend my visa in Malaysia?

 

For the extension of foreign nationals visas please refer to the Immigration Department of Malaysia. (please click)

 

8. How can I work in Consulate General of Malaysia in Karachi?

 

There are no openings for time being.

 

9. How do I apply for work in Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia?

 

The majority of positions under Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia are handled by the Public Services Commission Malaysia and the Public Services Department Malaysia. However the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia conducts walk in interviews from time to time.

 

10. How do I apply for workers from overseas?

 

Please refer to the Immigration Department of Malaysia.

 

11. How do I register my marriage overseas?

 

 

Non-Muslim marriage can be registered at the Consulate General of Malaysia in Karachi provided that one or both of the couple is a Malaysian citizen. Registration of marriage must be made within the period of six (6) months after the marriage ceremony.

 

For the marriage of Muslim couples (where one/both of the couple is a Malaysian citizen) that is done abroad, it needs to be registered at the religious office in respective states once back in Malaysia. PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE SYARIAH LAWS AND REQUIREMENTS OF RESPECTIVE STATES TO REGISTER MUSLIM MARRIAGES OVERSEAS BEFORE GETTING MARRIED OVERSEAS

 

 

12. How do I find out about Malaysian companies based in Karachi?

 

Please refer to our main page and click at the banner "Information on Karachi" on Related Links menu.

 

13. Does Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia issue travel advisories when Malaysians want to travel overseas?

 

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia does issue travel advisories from time to time. Please refer to our Press Releases for more information. A general travel guide is available here. Please also refer to the last inside page of your Malaysian passport for your obligations when travelling.

 

14. Do I need to get vaccinated when I want to go overseas?

 

 

Please refer to the Ministry of Health Malaysia:

Ministry of Health
Disease Control Division 
Bahagian Kawalan Penyakit (Unit Kesihatan Antarabangsa) 
Blok E, Jalan Dungun 
Bukit Damansara 
50490 Kuala Lumpur. 
Telephone No. : 03-2540088 
Fax : 03-2525667 

 

 

15. Do I need to get vaccinated when I want to travel to Malaysia?

 

 

For some countries, upon arrival, travellers may be required to produce a World Health Organisation approved International Inoculation Certificate. Presently, the yellow fever vaccine is the only vaccine that could be required. However, a few countries might demand proof that travellers have been inoculated against other diseases. To check on information regarding any disease outbreaks in a country overseas and the relevant inoculate guidelines, contact Ministry of Health Malaysia:

Ministry of Health
Disease Control Division 
Bahagian Kawalan Penyakit (Unit Kesihatan Antarabangsa) 
Blok E, Jalan Dungun 
Bukit Damansara 
50490 Kuala Lumpur. 
Telephone No. : 03-2540088 
Fax : 03-2525667 

 

 

16. How do I attain visa study in Malaysia?

 

This is issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Malaysia. (Please Click)

 

17. What do I do in case of emergency when I am overseas?

 

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia will respond to an emergency situation that has the potential to endanger the safety or lives of Malaysian citizen abroad i.e. natural disaster, civil unrest or war. The Consulate General of Malaysia in Karachi will be responsible to assist you. Therefore, it is important that you register with the Consulate General of Malaysia Karachi so that we are aware of your presence here.

 

18. What kind of consular assistance does the Consulate General of Malaysia in Karachi provide

 

 

 The Consulate General of Malaysia in Karachi provide consular assistance such as

 

 

19. What kind of assistance does  the Consulate General of Malaysia in Karachi will not be able to provide?

 

 

The Consulate General of Malaysia in Karachi will not be able to provide

  • Help you find a job overseas
  • Arrange visas, work or residence permits for other countries, or help you obtain them.
  • Become involved with judicial affairs on your behalf in child custody cases in mixed marriages.
  • Pay or guarantee payment of your hotel, medical or any other bills, including the cost of returning lost luggage to Malaysia.
  • Act as travel agent, bank or post office or store your luggage.
  • Become involved in commercial disputes or take up complaints about local purchase, etc.
  • Provide translation, interpreter, telephone or photocopy services.
  • Investigate crimes in foreign countries.
  • Get you better condition in hospital than a local national would receive.
  • Provide accommodation at Malaysian Missions or the homes of officers overseas.
  • In the event of the arrest/detention of Malaysian citizens, the Consulate General of Malaysia in Karachi will not give legal advice, intervene in court proceedings or provide funds to pay for your legal costs of fines; Do something that is against the local law to help you; Become involved with the host government’s affairs to get you out of prison or obtain special treatment in prison; Bail or pay for fines; nor Become a bailsman, guarantor or sponsor.