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Updates on Travel Restriction by National Security Council

The National Security Council (MKN) on 7 May 2021 decided all travellers from Singapore are only allowed to apply through this OSC platform to enter Malaysia effective 13 May 2021.

Extract of Media Statement: Senior Minister of Defence Malaysia, 5 May 2021 on Movement Control Order (MCO) in Identified Districts

Extracted from the Media Statement from Senior Minister of Defence Malaysia dated 5 May 2021 on the Movement Control Order (MCO), the Government announced additional restrictions on the admission of citizens from Sri Lankan, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Nepal, apart from India.

Important Announcement: Extension Of Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) By The Government Of Malaysia On 26 October 2020 – 9 November 2020

In reference to our announcement made on 22 October 2020, please be informed that all counter services in Expatriate Services Division (ESD) at Putrajaya and MYXpats Centre at Mutiara Damansara will be temporarily CLOSED.

Latest Update: Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) By The Government Of Malaysia On 22 October 2020

MYXpats Centre remains committed to ensuring the safety of its employees and public stakeholders. In light of the recent increase of COVID-19 cases in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, and Putrajaya, we wish to inform that MYXpats Centre will adhere to the latest update issued by the Government of Malaysia on 21 October 2020.

Latest Updates: Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) By The Government Of Malaysia On 12 October 2020

This is with reference to the latest announcement of COVID-19 outbreak made by the Government of Malaysia on 12 October 2020.

Latest Update: Entry Restrictions On Foreign Travellers To Malaysia

This is in reference to the latest announcement made on 18 September 2020 pertaining to the entry restrictions on foreign travellers to Malaysia.

Welcoming Investors, Keeping Malaysia Safe

In line with the Government’s commitment to further cement the country’s position as a preferred destination for FDIs, the Government has decided to establish a One-Stop-Centre (OSC) at the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA). The OSC will evaluate and approve applications by eligible business travellers to enter Malaysia for trade and investment purposes

Advertisement Of Job Vacancies Via JobsMalaysia Portal

With regards to the Government initiatives made by Cabinet on 4th June 2020, companies that intend to hire an expatriate is required to advertise job vacancies to locals via JobsMalaysia Portal https://www.jobsmalaysia.gov.my/jobsmy.

Latest Update: Entry Restrictions On Foreign Travellers To Malaysia

The Expatriate Services Division (ESD) will post new announcements and verified updates on our ESD website.

Latest Update: Entry Restrictions On Foreign Travellers To Malaysia

This is with reference to our announcement on entry restrictions on foreign travellers to Malaysia on 8 September 2020.

Entry Restrictions On Foreign Travellers To Malaysia

Dear Valued Clients, The Expatriate Services Division (ESD) will post new announcements and verified updates on our ESD website. We seek your kind understanding and patience, and we will post the latest updates once verified. Thank you. MYXpats Centre

Entry Restrictions On Foreign Travellers To Malaysia

Dear Valued Clients, This is with reference to our announcement on entry restrictions on foreign travellers to Malaysia on 8 September 2020. Please be informed that the Government has made the decision to allow expatriates and their dependents, including foreign maids to expatriates who are holding a valid long-term pass and/or has obtained pass approval application […]

Entry Restrictions On Foreign Travellers To Malaysia

Please be informed that the Government of Malaysia has imposed entry restrictions into Malaysia on foreign travellers who are travelling from countries that have recorded over 150,000 COVID-19 cases.

Entry/Exit And Return To Malaysia For Expatriates Via MyEntry

Effective 1 September 2020, all applications for the entry/exit and return to Malaysia will not be attended via [email protected] All applications must be submitted through the MYEntry system.

Implementation Of Additional Facility In ESD Online System: MyEntry Online System For The Permission Of Entry/Exit And Return to Malaysia For Expatriates, And Its Related Passes

As announced by the Government of Malaysia on 18 March 2020, the Government has placed restrictions on Malaysians and non-Malaysians from entering and exiting the country, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Latest Update 28 July 2020 A. Entry Permission For Expatriates With An Active Pass And Approved Pass Application Who Are Abroad B. Exit Malaysia And Return Permission With An Active Pass Who Are In Malaysia

This is with reference to the latest announcement made on 25 July 2020 pertaining to the Entry Permission for Expatriates AND Permission to Exit and Return to Malaysia.

Latest Update 25 July 2020 A. Entry Permission For Expatriates With An Active Pass And Approved Pass Application Who Are Abroad B. Exit Malaysia And Return Permission With An Active Pass Who Are In Malaysia

This is with reference to the latest announcement made on 18 July 2020 pertaining to the Entry Permission for Expatriates AND Permission to Exit and Return to Malaysia.

Latest Update 18 July 2020 A. Entry Permission For Expatriates With An Active Pass And Approved Pass Application Who Are Abroad B. Exit Malaysia And Return Permission With An Active Pass Who Are In Malaysia

This is with reference to the latest announcement made on 11 July 2020 pertaining to the Entry Permission for Expatriates AND Permission to Exit and Return to Malaysia.

Latest Update : 11 July 2020 A. Entry Permission For Expatriates With An Active Pass And Approved Pass Application Who Are Abroad B. Exit Malaysia And Return Permission With An Active Pass Who Are In Malaysia

This is in conjunction with the announcement made by the Government of Malaysia for expatriates as outlined in the Guidelines during the Movement Control Order (MCO) period.

Latest Update As Of 24 June 2020 Entry Permission For Expatriates With An Active Pass And Approved Application Who Are Abroad As Announced By The Malaysian Government On 19 June 2020

This is in conjunction with the recent announcement made by the Government of Malaysia for expatriates to enter Malaysia without the need to apply for permission as outlined in the Guidelines during the Movement Control Order (MCO) period.

Entry Permission For Expatriates As Announced By The Malaysian Government On 19th June 2020

This is in conjunction with the recent announcement made by the Government of Malaysia for expatriates to enter Malaysia without the need to apply for permission as outlined in the Guidelines during the Movement Control Order (MCO) period.

Guidelines For The Entry Of Expatriate / Skilled Worker / Knowledge Worker For Key Posts And Technical Posts, And For Dependents / Foreign Maids

We are pleased to announce that the Immigration Department of Malaysia has issued new guidelines for Expatriate / Skilled Worker / Knowledge Worker Entering Malaysia for Key Posts and Technical Posts, and for Dependents and Foreign Maids during the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) period.

MYXpats Helpdesk To Resume Full Operations From 10 June 2020 Onwards

The Government of Malaysia recently announced that the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) that ends on 9 June 2020 will be replaced with the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO), effective until 31 August 2020.

New Update: MyHelp Online Appointment Operation Hour For Counter Transactions In ESD And RP-T System

In reference to the ESD announcement dated 3 May 2020, kindly be reminded that we continue to observe social distancing and have put in place measures to discourage crowds at the Immigration Office in Putrajaya. Walk-ins are strictly not allowed, and no one will be permitted to enter without a confirmed appointment.

Online Appointment For Selected Transactions At Expatriate Services Division (ESD), Immigration Putrajaya Via Sistem Temujanji Online (STO)

In reference to the ESD announcement dated 3 May 2020, kindly be reminded that we continue to observe social distancing and have put in place measures to discourage crowds at the Immigration Office in Putrajaya. Walk-ins are strictly not allowed, and no one will be permitted to enter without a confirmed appointment.

MyHelp Online Appointment For Counter Transactions In ESD And RP-T System

We refer to the latest announcement made by Malaysia’s Prime Minister on 1 May 2020 which allows most of the industry and business activity to operate by adhering to the strict SOP that is in place to protect us from the COVID-19 virus.

COVID-19, Movement Control Order By The Prime Minister Of Malaysia (Latest Update)

We refer to the latest announcement of Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak made by Malaysia’s Prime Minister on 23rd April 2020.