Myanmar Visa for Malaysia PassportBurma Visa for Malaysia Passport
Malaysian visa for Myanmar passport holders residing in the United States of America
This is a copy of Myanmar's passport. An easy-to-follow scanning of the information pages of your passport. Identity photo: 1 Add a passport photograph with a blank backdrop taken within the last 6 month. Or you can add a picture to your order so we can send it to you for printing.
Please hand in if you wish to enter and/or leave Malaysia by land: ODER - A brief to the Immigration Officer detailing how, when and where you will enter and leave Malaysia, along with your full route to and from the area. Financing proof. Proof of your payment for your time in Malaysia.
Verification of accomodation. Confirmation of lodging (hotel reservations, property records or rental of a home on applicants behalf) or, if appropriate, the obligation to maintain and accommodate, completed and duly executed by a Malaysian national. - If you are in employment; a note from the employers who grant your leave for a certain length of time; - If you are self-employed; verification of your commercial activity and your pecuniary situation (e.g. a note from HM Revenue about your taxes, your firm register ing and a note from the accountant); - If you are a pupil; a note from your school/college/university in which the course at which you are and its starting and finishing date are indicated; - If you are unemployed/dependent; verification of familial or welfare bonds that you have as a sponsor:
- Verifying your passport/ID document (e.g. wedding document or birthday certificate) - Immigrant registration number ("ID card").
International travel information for Malaysia
In order to arrive in Malaysia: The passport must be in force for at least six month. When you plan to continue your trip to Malaysia, please be aware that many other states in the area need at least six months' residence time to complete your trip. No visa is required if you are traveling on a 90-day or less work or tour.
Migration officers will insert an entrance stamp, a so-called socalled societal visa (Social Visum Pass), into your passport, which allows a residence of up to 90 nights. Travellers can request an extension of up to two month from the migration authorities. The US government and the US Embassy in Kuala Lumpur cannot interfere on your behalf when applying for a Malay visa, nor can we defend your right to enter Malaysia if you are refused permission to enter.
For more information, please visit the Malaysian Migration Office website. It' a travel document: People travelling with a travel documents from USCIS must obtain a visa before they enter Malaysia. We recommend that you comply with all travel regulations, present your passport only to migration officers and ensure that your passport is stamped with the right date on arrival and departure from Malaysia.
Missing documents or evidence of immigration to Malaysia can lead to high penalties and imprisonment. A passport is required to travel to or from Sabah or Sarawak, even if you are travelling on internal air travel from the Malay Peninsula. The Malaysians do not recognise or allow double nationalities. Once the Malaysia government learns that you are a US-Malaysia double citizen, they can demand that you immediately lose your US passport or your Malaysia nationalities.
U.S.-Malaysia double citizens should seriously consider this topic before they travel to Malaysia. Illegal immigrants have refused to allow US-Israeli citizens who have presented their passport to show departure postmarks from their last city. It is therefore important that US-Israeli double citizens use their US passport to leave the last countries on their journey before they arrive in Malaysia.
Overnight Visa stays: Malaysia's migration services have checks at all port of entry and regularly impose fines and imprisonment for foreign nationals who exceed their residence permits (visas). When you overdraw your visa, you may not leave Malaysia until you have clarified your stay with the Malaysia INS.
Always have your passport (with the Malaysia passport stamp) with you if the government questions your immigrant credentials. A number of U.S. nationals were detained during the migration and the arrests can last from a few hour to several week. Regularly review your visa during your stay in Malaysia and adhere to strict immigrant legislation and requirements.
For the latest visa information, please check the website of the Embassy of Malaysia. US nationals are encouraged to exercise care when travelling to East Sabah as they are abducted by terrorists and criminals, as well as the Philippine Abu Sayyaf Group (see the Philippines Travel Advice for more information).
For security reasons, U.S. Department personnel travelling to Eastsabah on the North-South line from the towns of Kudat to Tawau, which includes all isles, must obtain formal approval in writing from the Embassy. Exemptions are the towns of Sandakan, Lahad Datu, Tawau, the Sepolik Nature Reserve and the Kinabatangan River areas, which request U.S. administration staff to inform the embassy before the trip.
Malaysia's criminal prosecution authorities have imposed gateways on shore and on the sea in the East Sabah coastline. Please review the communal press or ask the communal cops for the latest information on Quill when you travel to East Sabah. Municipal legislation forbids non-Malaysians from taking part in mass protes. Whilst most protest in Malaysia is non-violent, even non-violent protest can turn into confrontation and war.
Taxidrivers in Kuala Lumpur city centre have committed acts of violence against international visitors and locals. US nationals and companies are still common casualties of Internet-based fraud that originated in Malaysia and have incurred billions in lost revenue. Don't make any payments to anyone who hasn't personally contacted you and who claims to be US nationals in difficulty in Malaysia.
When you are a fraud subject, you can file a personal grievance with the next Malaysia Mission or the next Malaysia State Consulate. In Malaysia, if you need to use a debit or debit card, regularly verify your bankroll for fraud. Submit crime to both the U.S. Attorney General and the U.S. Embassy:
In Malaysia, the point-to-point equivalents to the 911 number are 999 from the fixed network and 112 from the cell phone network. You can also call the Royal Malaysia Policy Operations Center in Kuala Lumpur, 03-2115-9999 or 03-2266-2222. Call the U.S. Embassy at +(60) (3) 2168-5000. There is a need for a policing record so that the message can help the victim in the prosecution of crimes.
For some touristic areas, policemen have set up small "tourist police" units staffed with staff who know how to help tourists in Malaysia. Keep in mind that it is the responsibility of your own government to investigate and prosecute the offence. US citizens who have been subjected to home abuse can ask the Embassy for help. You will find useful hints under Safe Travelling Abroad.
They are governed by the law of the place. You may be deported, apprehended or incarcerated if you break the law, even inadvertently. You can find samples on our website on crime against children abroad and on the website of the Ministry of Justice. When you are apprehended or incarcerated, ask the U.S. Embassy to be notified immediately.
Malaysia's legislation provides for a compulsory capital punishment for condemned drugs dealers. They may be subject to criminal prosecution and severe penalties, eviction and/or detention if they gather indigenous wildlife or plants without permission from the Malaysia state. It' s against the rules to give away a different religion to Malay Muslims.
Dedicated worship agencies and municipal law enforcement sometimes raid favorite nightclubs and hotel locations to prevent activity among indigenous Muslims that violates religion, involving drink consumption and fornication. Automated teller machines can be a safe way to get the ringgit from Malaysia. Malaysia's pin numbers are six-digit, and some travellers report that they have difficulties accessing money at an ATM with four-digit it.
Malaysia's government enforces stringent rules on imports and exports of goods such as guns, narcotic drugs, medicines, office supplies, foreign exchange, accounting, culture goods or other materials that could be regarded as indecent or damaging to the State. Malaysia's criminal law criminalises homophobic activities known as "carnal sex against the order of nature", resulting in sentences of up to 20 years in jail and/or flogging.
For more information, please see our LGBTI Trip Information page and Section 6 of our Human Rights Disclosure. Please see our page International Student and FBI Travelling Hints. Please see our women's trip advice. For cases of sexually assaulted persons should go directly to the closest large community clinic offering a one-stop reaction, which includes health services and tests, forensics tests, policing to file a complaint, counsel, counsel and shelters.
An English-language medical and clinical website is available at the U.S. Embassy. While most OTC medicines can be bought in your pharmacy, certain OTC medicines are only available in doctors' surgeries and dispensaries that require a topical prescribing guide. However, if you continue to require prescribed drugs, we recommend that you seek medical advice before travelling to Malaysia.
There is no education for medical staff in Malaysia that meets US standard. When you are in Malaysia for a longer period of stay and know of medical conditions, you should examine the local emergency medical staff and establish familiar and intimate contact with the phone number(s) of your preferred medical team.
Malaysia does not charge your health insurer directly. When travelling on prescribed medications, enquire with Royal Malaysia Customs if the drug is lawful in Malaysia. Malaria, Chikungunya and Dengue are mosquito-borne diseases that are endemic there. Leptospirosis, a uncommon bacteria disorder that spreads through the pee of contaminated livestock, has also been recorded in Malaysia in recent years.
Find out about all the vaccines the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend for Malaysia outbreaks. In Malaysia, transport is on the lefthand side of the street, and most cars are right-handled. It is strongly advised that you always have your passport or your Malaysia identity document with you.
Get the cops on the line now. You should call either 999 (or 112 from a cell phone) or the Royal Malaysia Policy Operations Center in Kuala Lumpur, 03-2115-9999 or 03-2266-2222, according to the seriousness of the incident. Remain in your vehicle and await the arrival of the cops before sharing information with others who have been injured.
When you feel endangered, you should evacuate the crime site and contact the locals within 24hrs. Policing is carried out in many amusement areas visited by expats. IDP must be purchased outside Malaysia. You will need a valid driving licence if you are going to stay in Malaysia for more than 90 nights.
Malaysian Road Administration advises you to contact a municipal drive training centre to do all the work. To obtain a free licence, you also need a working permission. There are many Malaysian auto rentals that are willing to hire cars for a brief period to US nationals with a US driver's licence.
Please refer to the Automobile Federation of Malaysia for more information on Malaysia's driving licences. We also recommend that you consult the website of the Malaysia Tourism Bureau and the Malaysia Highway Security Agency. In Malaysia there have been deadly and other serious coach crashes, especially at nights or in inclement meteorological situations.
When arriving by coach, select a serious business and try to stay over. FAA, the U.S. Federal Administration, has rated the Malaysian civil airline authority as compliant with the International Civil Aviation Organization's (ICAO) security standard for monitoring the flight operation of Malaysian airlines.
Nautical travel: Seafarers who plan a trip to Malaysia should also inform themselves about US seafaring advice and warnings at www.marad.dot.gov/msci.