In fact, we generally have Malaysian work visa approvals coming out every month. However, due to potential privacy issues for most clients, I can only choose one or two to increase confidence. So, if you indeed have the need to stay in Malaysia for some time to understand the culture, lifestyle, and market conditions, feel free to contact us to apply for this work visa.
Currently, our approach is generally a more secure application plan. While it's true that there are some work visa application quotas in the market with lower prices than ours, it's worth noting that in this interesting industry, a low price may very well lead to regrets. Anyway, we are not the lowest price, but we have indeed attracted a large number of loyal supporters, which speaks volumes, doesn't it?
As December marks the arrival of the year-end, all operations related to the Malaysian Immigration Department tend to slow down. Coupled with the reciprocal visa waiver between China and Malaysia, it is likely to affect the efficiency of the immigration department's current work team, including work permits, extensions, and some post-entry visa work. So, it's hoped that you will be more understanding and less anxious.
I understand that some clients are indeed very anxious, probably due to their personalities. However, the reality is that some immigration officers may become annoyed if you follow up on your application too frequently. Therefore, our follow-up may not be done every day because, based on experience, it might backfire. So, please try to remain patient.
The Malaysian work visa approval issued in December was based on document submission on October 31. So, the approval issued on December 1 is relatively fast. It took only a month to get the approval. According to a conversation with a colleague, they haven't received their approvals even after two months. So, overall, our process is quite stable, which is one of the reasons why we have many loyal supporters. If you do need to live in Malaysia for some time, feel free to reach out to us anytime to start the application process.
Also, for young women aged 20-55 who need a long-term visa for a year, you can consider the dependent visa. The basic process is to enter on a tourist visa for 30 days and, within 5 days, provide us with the relevant documents for direct visa application. It is likely to take about a month for the visa to be issued. It's convenient but the quota is limited, so act quickly if interested.