Malaysia eVisa Application
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What's an eVisa for Malaysia?
The citizens from China, India, Nepal, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bhutan, Serbia and Montenegro are mandatory to have successfully processed and granted an online eVisa for Malaysia prior their arrival to Malaysia. This way to validate the entrance to Malaysia was implemented by the Department of Immigration of the Malaysia Government. It is an electronic visa linked to the visitor's passport and inmediately allows its holder to visit Malaysia for up to 30 consecutive days for touristic or business purposes.
Any national from China, India, Nepal, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bhutan, Serbia and Montenegro is travelling to Malaysia is totally required to hold a valid Online eVisa Malaysia
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Apply and Get your Visa for Malaysia in 3 quick steps
Review the required details for processing the visa and submit payment
Receive your eVisa Malaysia and start travel to your destination!
Which are the advantages of applying for an Online Myanmar Visa (e-Visa) online with us?
Applying eVisa with us will make you have the best services any agency can provide you during this basic step for your trip. Below you may see a quick comparison with the list of all the services our agency can provide to you that without us you will not be able to get.
|Online e-Visa Application available 24 / 365|
|No need to be registred|
|All data is reviewed by our experts before submitting the application to the Government of Malaysia|
|Any update or correction of the information provided on the application can be done for free|
|Very simple application process|
|Verification and control of information required|
|Privacy protection and safe form|
|24/7 E-mail Customer Support and Assistance|
|Recover of your E-Visa in case of any loss you may have|
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