Malaysia Visa Information:
Although politically dominated by the Malays, modern Malaysian society is heterogeneous, with substantial Chinese and Indian minorities. Malaysian politics have been noted for their allegedly communal nature; the three major component parties of the Barisan Nasional each restrict membership to those of one ethnic group. However, the only major intercommunal violence the country has seen since independence was the May 13 racial riots of 1969 that occurred in the wake of an election campaign that was dominated by racial issues.
The Malaysian Government issues Three (3) types of visa to foreign nationals:
Group tour is not eligible to apply for Multiple Entry Visa.
The Multiple Entry Visa is RM50.00 for Indian Citizens and RM30.00 for People's Republic of China's citizens.
Countries That Requires Visa
||Offer letter from Educational Institution.|
||Nationals from The People’s Republic of China and Commonwealth Independent States who wish to study in Public Educational Institutions are required to obtain prior consent from the Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Education Malaysia.|
||Nationals from the People’s Republic of China are required to obtain Entry Visa prior to entry.|
||Completed Form IMM. 14 in duplicate.|
||Two (2) copies of Passport/ Travel Document.|
||Two (2) passport sized photographs.|
||Except for nationals from The People's Republic of China, other nationals who have obtained approval to study through the respective Educational Institution are allowed direct entry into Malaysia.|
||Students have to show their approval letters upon arrival. Special Pass will be issued to refer them to the respective State Immigration Department for issuance of Student Pass.|
||Educational institution's representative is required to receive and attend to the student on arrival|
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