MALAYSIA PASSPORT

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PASSPORT means a valid passport which has been issued to a person by or on behalf of the Government of which he/she is a subject or citizen and includes any form of valid document of identity issued for the purpose of travel by any Government and recognized as a travel document by the Government of Malaysia.

Apart from immigration control, one of the primary role of immigration offices in Putrajaya is accept and process of passport application. The office  also issues other travel documents, such as Restricted Travel Document and Collective Travel Document.

Currently, there are 2 immigration offices available in Putrajaya as listed below. Only immigration office at Presint 15 accept and process of passport application.
 
   Putrajaya  Immigration Office Information  Remarks

 

Precint 2

 Malaysia Immigration Head Office

 National Head Office (HQ)
  Precint 15  Putrajaya Precint 15 Immigration Office  Processing Office - Open on Weekend

Malaysia Passport Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. What are the forms and documents required in passport application process?
The form required is Form A - IM.42 - Pin 1/1997 and the documents required are Identification Card (Original and photocopy), Birth Certificate (original and photocopy), photocopies must in A4 size paper and two recent
passport sized (3.5 cm X 5.0 cm) color photographs.
 Check more information HERE.

2: How long does a passport application process?
A: The passport can be issued within 2 hours for passport issuance offices and 3 working days for recipient office. Some immigration offices can issue the passport within 1 hour after received the payment. Please refer to immigration offices in this website for further information.

3: I'm planning to submit my passport application, when is the peak period to avoid?
A: Most of the Immigration Offices are peak on Monday, Friday, Saturday (for selected branch only), school holidays, eve and the day after public holiday.

4: I'm a 60 year old pensioner. Am I eligible for a half priced for passport fee?
A: Yes. Senior citizens (60 years old & above), children below 12 years old and student below 21 years old with proof to study abroad on the day submission eligible for a half priced passport fee. Check the Malaysia Passport prices
HERE
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5: I have two (2) children. Can I include their particulars in my passport?
A: The new Malaysian Passport System does not allow the inclusion of children's particulars in the parents' passport to be made. They have to apply themselves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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