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How to apply Red IC in Malaysia

Hi all,

Does anyone know how to apply Red IC in Malaysia?

Can anyone guide me on how to apply Red IC or is there any good agent to recommend?

Appreciate for your kind help.

Thank you

Yours sincerely,

Michelle

If it is for a foreign spouse,, suggest you join this Facebook Group (Foreign Spouses Support Group) for information - https://www.facebook.com/FSSGMY/  You deal direct with immigration and Malaysian spouse always has to attend meetings. No agents can be involved.

If you mean the Maroon one for workers in the Manufacturing Industry? This is all done online these days and agents are not necessary.

http://www.imi.gov.my/index.php/en/foreign-worker.html

Info about the two online systems - http://www.humanresourcesonline.net/mal … n-workers/

Dear ,

Thanks for your reply. Do you have any contact which i can contact you for further discussion on this issue?

Thank you

Yours sincerely,

Michelle

need any assist ?

Because i live in Malaysia in life time

cntact me

If dependent pass category 1 i can help. Red ic very difficult

Eligibility for Permanent Residence and Citizenship for Spouses of Malaysians
FOREIGN SPOUSES SUPPORT GROUP, MALAYSIA·MONDAY, 12 FEBRUARY 2018
 
Permanent Residence
Eligibility of Permanent Residence (PR) is 5 full years on LTSVP for spouse not counting any visa that is less than 1 year. Approval of PR may take 2-3,4 years. 
Application and Checklist is provided at Permit Masuk Counter of State Immigration Department upon eligibility check. 
As a Permanent Resident you will get a Red IC however you will not have the right to vote and you retain your Nationality and Passport.

Citizenship
Eligibility for citizenship for wives of Malaysians is 2 years after PR, approval may take 2-3 years.
Eligibility for citizenship for husbands of Malaysians is 10 years after PR, approval may take 2-3 years.
Application and Checklist may be collected at JPN.   
You will get a Blue IC, be required to renounce your own country’s citizenship as Malaysia practices Single Citizenship and use a Malaysian Passport.

Do remember that we are reminded often, that Permanent Residence and Citizenship is not our right but a Privilege accorded by the Government.

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