announcement

  • REQUIREMENT REMOVAL: LETTER OF UNDERTAKING (LOU) AT INTERNATIONAL ENTRY POINTS FOR TRAVELLERS

    04 May 2021

    On behalf of the Government of Malaysia and the National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA), we are pleased to inform that the requirement of the Letter of Undertaking (LOU) document at International Entry Points has been revoked effective 1 st May 2021.

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  • EXIT AND ENTRY PROCEDURES FOR THE COUNTRY OF INDIA DURING THE MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER

    04 May 2021

    On 26 th April 2021, the Senior Minister of Defence issued a media statement on the following procedures:

    1. Implementation of temporary flight restrictions for Exit and Entry from country of India will be imposed on

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  • OPERATION HOURS DURING RAMADAN 2021

    12 April 2021

    Kindly note the MYXpats Centre operation hours for the month of Ramadan, from Tuesday 13 April 2021 to Wednesday 12 May 2021.

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  • DIRECTIVE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA. REQUIREMENT TO REGISTER AND UPDATE WORKPLACE AND EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION

    23 March 2021

    Please be informed that all employers who wish to hire and employ any workers are REQUIRED to update the work locations and employment information via this link, within 90 days from the date of commencement of operations/ business or acquisition of a business or change of name/ business location (Section 63A of Employment Act 1955).

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  • INTRODUCTION OF E-SPECIAL PASS (ESP) FOR THE RENEWAL OF EMPLOYMENT PASS

    12 March 2021

    The Immigration Department of Malaysia is pleased to introduce the e-Special Pass (eSP) submission through Expatriate Service Division (ESD) online. This process is currently ONLY applicable to Employment Pass renewal application submission through ESD online, and takes effect from 15 March 2021 onwards.

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  • REGISTRATION OF COMPANY IN ESD: ROLLOUT PROCESS DURING MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER

    19 January 2021

    Kindly be informed of the following process that takes effect from 13 January 2021 to the period when the Movement Control Order (MCO) is lifted.

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  • UPDATE: OPERATIONS DURING THE MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER FROM 13 TO 26 JANUARY 2021

    14 January 2021

    Expatriates with expired passes from 1 January 2020 and are currently in Malaysia are allowed to leave the country within 14 working days upon the end of the Movement Control Order(MCO), without having to apply for any special passes or obtain prior approval from the Malaysian authorities.

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  • OPERATIONS DURING THE MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER FROM 13 TO 26 JANUARY 2021

    12 January 2021

    We refer to the announcement by the Prime Minister of Malaysia regarding the reinstatement of the Movement Control Order (MCO) in five states and Federal Territories beginning 13 January 2021.

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TESTIMONIALS

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F.A.Q

Q:
How do I apply for an Employment Pass?


A:
Expatriates are not allowed to apply for their own immigration passes. The application must be done by the company that intends to hire the expatriate.

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