i.Application for entry permission for the expatriate / skilled worker / knowledge worker has to be submitted by the company, together with a Support Letter from the relevant Approving Agency or Regulatory Body according to their respective sector. The application must be sent via e-mail to email@example.com in order to obtain the decision of the Director General of Immigration Department Malaysia (DGIM).
ii.The client charter for approval by the DGIM is SEVEN (7) working days from the date of the application submission. All applications that did not receive any response from the Immigration Department of Malaysia after seven (7) working days upon submission, will be considered as rejected.
iii.Entry permission for the expatriate / skilled worker / knowledge worker that can be approved by the DGIM are positions that have been assessed by the respective Approving Agency / Regulatory Body and categorised under key posts and technical posts.
iv.Upon approval by the DGIM, the Expatriate Services Division (ESD) will issue an Entry Approval Letter for the expatriate / skilled worker / knowledge worker to the company, with copies sent to the Approving Agency or Regulatory Body, National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA), National Security Council (NSC), Malaysian Missions Abroad, Foreign Missions and related agencies.
v.The company is responsible for sending and/or e-mailing the Entry Approval Letter to the expatriate / skilled worker / knowledge worker.
vi.The expatriate / skilled worker / knowledge worker who has obtained the entry approval is REQUIRED to undergo PCR Covid-19 Test abroad within THREE (3) days, and must be medically confirmed to be tested negative for Covid-19 prior to entering Malaysia.
vii.The expatriate / skilled worker / knowledge worker who is currently abroad with an expired pass is required to obtain a visa from the respective Malaysian Embassy/ Consulate General/ High Commission prior to entering Malaysia. A visa application is only applicable for nationalities that require a visa to enter Malaysia.
viii.Upon arrival in Malaysia, the expatriate / skilled worker / knowledge worker must present the Entry Approval Letter to the Immigration Officer at the entry point, together with their PCR Covid-19 result as per stated in Para (vi). It is COMPULSORY for the expatriate / skilled worker / knowledge worker to DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL the “MySejahtera” mobile application. The “MySejahtera” application enables the Ministry of Health (MOH) to monitor users’ health conditions, and for them to be able to take immediate actions in providing the treatments required.
ix.The expatriate / skilled worker / knowledge worker MUST undergo a FOURTEEN (14) day HOME QUARANTINE
x.The expatriate / skilled worker / knowledge worker will be required to undergo a Covid-19 / Swab Test if instructed by the MOH.
xi.The expatriate / skilled worker / knowledge worker is required to comply with the rules and regulations set by the Immigration Department of Malaysia.
xii.Permitted Malaysia Entry Points: a) Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) b) Immigration Checkpoint, Sultan Iskandar Building (BSI), Johor c) Sultan Abu Bakar Complex (2nd Link), Johor.赞赏