ENTRY APPLICATIONS VIA MYTRAVEL PASS (MTP) FOR SPOUSE OF MALAYSIAN / SPOUSE OF MALAYSIAN PERMANENT RESIDENT / CHILDREN OF MALAYSIAN CITIZEN / CHILDREN OF PERMANENT RESIDENT / SENIOR CITIZEN PASS HOLDER / DIVORCEE / WIDOW OF CITIZEN
|APPLICATION VIA MYTRAVEL PASS (MTP) BEFORE TRAVELLING TO MALAYSIA
- Application to enter Malaysia for all Foreign Spouses / Children of Malaysian Citizen / MyPR holders / Senior Citizen / Divorcee / Widow of Malaysian Citizen who do not possess Visit Pass (Long Term) must apply for Social Visit Pass (Long Term) after arrival through Sistem Temujanji Online (STO) at http://sto.imi.gov.my/e-temujanji/
- Applicant must install, register and activate MySejahtera mobile application before departure
- All applicants (spouses) must have registered their marriages in Malaysian National Registration Department (JPN), State Religious Affairs Department or endorsed by the Malaysian High Commission / Embassy.
- Applicants must apply permission to enter Malaysia with all the required attachments.
- Applicants will bear all the costs of COVID-19 test and the 10 days compulsory quarantine upon Entry at the gazette Quarantine Stations
- Applicants who require visa to enter Malaysia will have to obtain visa before travelling to Malaysia. Kindly refer to the link below for countries requiring Visa : (https://www.imi.gov.my/portal2017/index.php/ms/perkhidmatan-utama/visa/keperluan-visa-mengikut-negara.html)
- For holders of Social Visit Pass (Long Term) Foreign Spouses / Children of Malaysian Citizen / mMyPR Holders / Senior Citizen / Divorcee / Widow of Malaysian Citizen and Child of Citizen / Permanent Resident / Senior Citizen whose Pass has expired can apply to enter Malaysia and renew their passes at Immigration Offices by applying through Sistem Temujanji Online (STO).
- All appointments with Malaysian Immigration Department have to be done via Sistem Temujanji Online (STO) at http://sto.imi.gov.my/e-temujanji/
- Immigration will provide a Special Pass upon Entry which is valid for 30 days to be referred at nearest Immigration Department (Visa, Pas and Permit) to proceed with Visit Pass (Long Term) spouse and child of citizen application.
Documents and information to be provided by applicant for online application (to be uploaded) in to the form :
- Passport (biodata page)
- Long Term Pass
- Latest EXIT Stamp in passport / Current Residing Country
- Marriage Certificate for Muslims and Non-Muslims issued by State Religious Affairs Department or National Registration Department / Malaysian Embassies / High Commission / Malaysian Religious Authority
- Children’s Passport (biodata page)
- IC / MyPR of spouse
- Birth Certificate
★ Approval/ denial will be issued to the applicants via e-mail.
ARRIVAL IN MALAYSIA
- Applicant must check-in through MySejahtera mobile application upon arrival at respective point of entry.
- Applicant to present passport and approval letter / MTP Approval during immigration clearance at point of entry.
- To undertake a COVID-19 PCR/ RTK-Antigen test at point of entry (applicable only for KLIA, KLIA2 and Penang International Airport) or within 24 hours post-arrival in Malaysia (at any other points of entry), at own cost:
- If tested positive for COVID-19 test : he / she will be promptly accorded the necessary medical treatment by the Government of Malaysia
- If tested negative for COVID-19 test : the applicant will be escorted to the gazetted Quarantine Center by NADMA and cost will be fully borne by applicant.
- All applicants are subjected to effective immigration procedures, rules and regulations during immigration clearance at point of entry. Applicant who fails to comply will be denied entry.
- Entry into Malaysia is subject to approval and Immigrations’ vetting. The approval is not given automatically.
- Approval granted is only for SINGLE JOURNEY. Applicants who wish to exit the country DO NOT need to apply for permission to leave the country.
- If the Applicant gives incorrect / inaccurate information, amendment cannot be made and applicant has to re-apply the application.
- Submission of fraudulent documents, stern action will be taken under the Immigration Act 1959/63, including not permitted to enter Malaysia.
- A non-Malaysian applicant is required to bear the cost of Covid-19 test and quarantine charges before arrival in Malaysia.