Myanmar Embassy Malaysia Visa FormEmbassy of Myanmar Malaysia Visa Form
g.: work card, PR, dependent card, student card).
Malaysian Embassy's website Immigration
Exclusion of liability: The High Commission is not responsible for any losses or damages that may result from the use of the information on this website. Malaysian biometric passport and entry visa for Malaysia are granted on the same date after full filing and meet entry regulations.
exemptions from visas
Nationals of the following states do not require a visa to travel to Malaysia: Nationals of the following states are entitled to Malaysia for three consecutive foreigners: - visa free: ASEAN nationals are allowed to reside in Malaysia for one whole month without a visa. Nationals of the following states are entitled to a 14-day visa-free visa: Malaysia:
Nationals of the following states are entitled to a 7-day visa-free stay:
Japanese Embassy in Malaysia
Malaysians with biometrics passports according to ICAO standards do not need a visa to travel to Japan for a temporary period of no more than 90 nights if your trip is intended for travel, transits, business meetings, visits to family members and family. Anyone wishing to work or spend more than 90 nights in Japan must obtain a visa with a Certificate of Eligibility from the Immigration Bureau in Japan before arriving in Japan.
Certain states and territories are exempt from visa requirements for entry into Japan. Click here to see the country or region that does not need a visa to travel to Japan. Foreigners (non-Malaysian nationals) wishing to obtain a visa for Japan from the Embassy of Japan in Malaysia must fulfil the following criteria:
The Embassy of Japan in Malaysia does not approve visa requests from Malaysian travellers, tourist, business travellers and foreign nationals travelling in Malaysia. Prerequisites for applying for a visa Please follow the following visa request guidelines:
The necessary documentation may differ depending on your country of origin, visa and use. The visa is subject to Consular permission and the Embassy has the right to ask for extra documentation or to call the visa application for an appointment whenever it considers it necessary. There are no visa charges for Malaysians.
The visa fee for non-Malaysian citizens is as follows. All visa charges must be paid in full in advance in cash at the time of visa issuance. As there is no free of charge on the Embassy grounds, we are hoping that you will use local transport and taxis or leave your vehicle in a near vicinity.
The visa for the area of application must be filed with the bureau covering your area. The Japanese consulate in Johor Bahru has been shut down since the end of 2014. Since 1 January 2015, the consular offices in Johor Bahru have been merged with the Japanese embassy in Kuala Lumpur.
F: As a Malaysia national with a Malaysia visa, do I need a visa to travel to Japan? A: Malaysians with biometrics passports according to the ICAO standards do not need a visa to travel to Japan for a temporary period of no more than 90 nights if your trip is intended for travel, transportation, business meetings, visits by friends and family.
Note that you may be refused admission if you enter Japan for a temporary period but the overall length of your visit to Japan is longer than 180 nights. F: I am a foreign national, can I obtain a Japan visa from the Embassy of Japan in Malaysia?
A: The Embassy of Japan in Malaysia only receives visa requests from foreign nationals who live in Malaysia and hold a long-term residence visa (example: work/student/marriage/relative/ MM2H/Maid visa). Visa requests from people who have travelled to Malaysia on a brief national passport, such as travellers, businessmen and foreign nationals travelling in Malaysia, are not accepted.
Non-Malayyan citizens requiring a visa to travel to Japan must apply for a visa at the consulate or embassy of Japan in their home or place of residency. F: Can I apply on-line? A: No. We do not have an on-line job applications system. You must hand in all your visa applications at the visa counter.
You are kindly requested not to transmit any document or materials directly to the Embassy. F: Can third parties apply for my visa on my name? If the visa requestor cannot submit/collect the visa in person, an initial approval document has to be duly completed and countersigned by the visa requestor.
A: Confirmation of airline ticket and accommodation is not mandatory when submitting the visa, but the consul may apply for a provisional airline or accommodation reservation after submitting the visa claim. If you do not buy a validated ticket, we are not liable for airline ticket or accommodation reservations that may become useless due to the late arrival or refusal of a visa.
F: How long is the visa valid for? A: The visa is valid for 3 month from the date of issue of the one-time visa. F: How long does it take to complete the visa? We do NOT offer an emergency visa services, you can request your visa 3 month before your arrival in Japan.
F: Why was my visa request declined and when can I reapply? You can reapply only after six month from the date of reject. F: Do I have to prepay visa charges if my request was not successful? A: You do not have to prepay visa charges if the visa is not granted.
F: I stayed too long and was expelled from Japan, can I return to Japan? An individual who has been expelled from Japan because he or she has stayed too long and the prescribed time of refusal to land has not passed since the day of the expulsion. An individual who has been found guilty of violating a Japanese or other country's laws or regulations and who has been imprisoned with or without work for one year or more or has been given an equal sentence, a individual who owns illegal drugs or psychological illness.
Please click here to review the terms and conditons for entering Japan.