UPDATED: IMPLEMENTATION OF MYVISA (EVISA) FACILITY FOR ALL COUNTRIES ENTERING MALAYSIA
10 January 2022
Dear Valued Clients,
Please be informed that effective 15 November 2021, the use of the MYVisa system (eVISA) has been extended to all the respective nationalities that required Visas and made compulsory by the Immigration Department of Malaysia. The applicant will need to apply for the Visa with Reference (VDR) through MYVisa system (eVISA)/ Embassy/ High Commission/ Consulate General of Malaysia in their respective countries.
Failure to obtain a visa prior to entry, the applicant can be denied entry into Malaysia and charged
with 'Not to Land' (NTL) for deportation.
How to apply for the eVISA?
1. Upon submission of the expatriate/ dependant's application(s) in the ESD Online, for nationalities that require Visa, please select 'Visa Collection Centre'.
2. Once the Approval and VDR Letter is obtained from ESD Online, you may proceed to apply for the eVISA via https://malaysiavisa.imi.gov.my/evisa/evisa.jsp
a) Please ensure to apply the eVISA for Expatriate with the passes listed below:
- Employment Pass (EP) (Category I, II and III)
- Professional Visit Pass (PVP)
- Dependant Pass (DP)
- Long-Term Social Visit Pass (LT-SVP)
b) Other eVISA selections such as Student Pass or Social Visit Pass (Tourist) are not convertible
to any of the long-term passes mentioned above.
c) The eVISA can be applied from any country except Malaysia, Singapore, Israel and North
Korea as the applicant will not be able to register or log in to the MYVisa system if they are
applying from these countries.
3. Upon initiating the endorsement process in ESD Online, please upload a copy of the VDR for both
Pass Delivery and Endorsement at the ESC KLIA1.
Should you require more information and assistance on the eVISA, you may refer to Live Chat
For any other queries, please contact us at +603-7839 7171 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated on 15 February 2022