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Reference: KONS 13/2020

Date:  4 September 2020

 

NOTICE: TEMPORARY ENTRY BAN TO MALAYSIA FOR 23 COUNTRIES DUE TO THE COVID-19

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PANDEMIC

 

The Government of Malaysia has imposed a temporary entry ban on citizens of 23 countries

to curb the further spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The list of the 23 countries is as per

Appendix 1. The temporary entry ban will take effect from 7 September 2020.

In this regard, holders of the following long term pass from the 23 countries will NO LONGER

BE ALLOWED entry into Malaysia until further notice:

(i) Permanent Residents of Malaysia (MyPR);

(ii) Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H);

(iii) All expatriates – Employment Pass (Category I, II and III), Residence Pass-Talent

(RP-T), Professional Visit Pass (expert category) and Dependent Pass;

(iv) Residence Pass;

(v) Spouse/Children to a Malaysian citizen with Long Term Visit Pass (Social)

(Husband/Wife/Children to Malaysian citizen);

(vi) Student Pass; and

(vii) Visit Pass (Temporary Employment).

The temporary entry ban will also involve other foreign nationals who currently reside and

hold long-term passes in the 23 countries as listed in Appendix 1. However, exceptions will

be given for the following categories:

Categories:

(i) Diplomats based in Malaysia and their dependents who have been issued with

Exemption Order. Diplomats who have not been issued with the pass /first-time entry/

currently reside in other countries such as holders of the United Nations (UN) passport,

World Health Organization (WHO)/ United Nations Development Programs (UNDP),

will need to obtain an entry approval from the Director-General of Immigration;

(ii) Seafarers (where the entry is for the sign-on or joint ship activities);

(iii) Pilots and cabin crew of commercial and private airliners who are entering as crew or

passengers provided that they can present a General Declaration for the next flight

operation;

(iv) Professional crew and workers in the oil and gas industry who already have a valid

pass and have been granted with an entry approval by the Director-General of

Immigration.

 

Please note that transit facilities for the 23 countries as per Appendix 1 will only be allowed

for passengers with a confirmed connecting flight, who do not require Immigration clearance.

Malaysian citizens from the 23 countries as listed may return but will be subjected to the

14-day mandatory quarantine and the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) as required.

The Government of Malaysia has extended the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO)

until 31 December 2020.

Following the implementation of the temporary entry ban with effect from 7 September 2020,

visa services and issuance of Notice of Travel will be temporarily suspended until further

notice. For further inquiries, please contact the High Commission of Malaysia at the

following:

General Line – +88 02 984 7759 / 60 (8.30 a.m. – 4.30 p.m.)

+88 02 989 1651 (8.30 a.m. – 4.30 p.m.)

 

Duty Officer – +88 018 4708 2528

Visa Malaysia

One-Stop Centre – +88 017 9200 0766

(for visa-related

inquiries only)

 

Thank you.

HIGH COMMISSION OF MALAYSIA

DHAKA

 

Appendix 1

 

LIST OF 23 COUNTRIES

 

1) United States of America

2) Brazil

3) India

4) Russia

5) Peru

6) Colombia

7) South Africa

8) Mexico

9) Spain

10) Argentina

11) Chile

12) Iran

13) United Kingdom

14) BANGLADESH

15) Saudi Arabia

16) Pakistan

17) France

18) Turkey

19) Italy

20) Germany

21) Iraq

22) Philippines

23) Indonesia

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