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renounce malaysia citizenship
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asked on Sep 9, 2004 at 04:47
by   hanneng
I am applying citizenship to another country soon, and chance to get the approval is quite high.

I have a few questions here.

1) What I need to do to renounce Malaysia citizenship?

2) What happen to my EPF account?

3) Currently, I have Bank Accounts, Property, and Insurance Policies under my name in Malaysia.  I can close all the bank accounts easily, however, can I still hold the property and insurance policies under my new identity (foreign nationality)?

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answered on Sep 10, 2004 at 22:14
by   Ah Seng888
Typical. Want to traitor to your own country because you think they are better in the other country. Why do you wanted to keep your insurance etc in Malaysia. You should not do like this because actually Malaysia is your country. Typical like Ms Wendy. Sell beckside better. Maybe we should told the government who you are. Stupid
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answered on Sep 18, 2004 at 15:59
by   Alice
To Ah Seng888,

You are such a j*rk and very annoying! If peopl want to leave their country, this doesn't mean they are traitor, they hate Malaysia...etc. This is their personal reason, yea, maybe they found a better place to live in. Why don't you just leave this forum, this is not a place for you....j*rk!
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answered on Sep 18, 2004 at 19:39
by   Ah Seng888
Please don't use filthy word to me **%. I am senior middle 3 education and still like to learning. Some of my friend has asked me why I don't be politics or lawyer because I likes to help people. My English is not number 1. But bad words is not number 1 also.

I am just try to help if you don agree is also okay. I say traitor because people who wants to leve Malaysia ask their new country to help. Why asks us?? just a point from me.
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answered on Sep 19, 2004 at 02:46
by   Some info
Hanneng:

Here's what I know.
1. Fill in Borang K and submit in person to Immigration in PJ.
2. Submit a photocopy of your new country citizenship certificate
3. Surrender your Malaysian passport and IC
4. A "receipt" or certificate will be issued confirming your renounciation.
It should only take one day to get it done.

For EPF contribution, you can still contribute the 11% employee portion, but your employer is only obliged to contribute a small amount (not sure what the amount is). Not sure about the property ownership issues, etc. but you may have to declare it in some other way.

PS: Don't waste your time on low-life pariah jerks like the one that responded to your question -- they simply have very low self-esteem and crave unwanted attention. And yes, really poor English too.

Good luck.
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answered on Nov 2, 2004 at 10:56
by   Starter
I am now staying overseas for more than five years without returning back to malaysia.I have not gain any citizenship of this particular country nor a permanent residence.I am wondering if my citizenship in malaysia will be revoked after so many years of absence.Or is it automatically I am no longer a citizen of malaysia now?
Please enlighten me for anyone out there have any idea on this case.
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answered on Nov 2, 2004 at 13:31
by   Unni
You have a legal obligation as a citizen of Malaysia (applicable to other countries as well) to register regularly with your high commission or embassy abroad. Remember that inspite of all the theories, the fact is that if something happens to you whilst abroad wherever you are, it is their responsibility to come to your aid. But think, how can they achieve this if you do not let them know through regsitration where you are?

There are benefits that go with citizenship. Together with these benefits come responsibilities. One of them is registering with the high commission if you live abroad.

No one is going to arrest or beat you up for failing. All you now need to do is to call up the high commission and ask them. Tell them you had no idea till someone reminded them. Then send your passport in or go in to have it stamped in or whatever.

Good Luck
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answered on Nov 2, 2004 at 20:23
by   Ah Seng888
You also sell beckside. Traitor of Malaysia. Why you not became a citizenship of your other country. Maybe matsalle country. If you did n like Malaysia please don't asking for help from Lawyerment is Malaysia.
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answered on Nov 5, 2004 at 13:06
by   idiot ah seng888
what a F..khead. Ah seng888 can't spell, write the simplest Grammar or any grammatically correct English. Ah Seng888, you are such a mentard, i.e. mentally retarded!
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answered on Nov 5, 2004 at 20:53
by   Ah Seng888
Please don't tried to use the big words. I am not scared. Just be a better words and understand the law. Traitor is something go another country and talk big. You are passwater. Also sell beckside. Thats why you talk to much.
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answered on Nov 9, 2004 at 13:33
by   idiot ahseng888
Now get a log in between your legs, the larger the better. That way you will feel better. Pea brain like you serves no one except your own egoistical attitude. Next time you wanna reply, think of yourself a dog barking at me. No matter what you reply, you will always be a dog barking at me. I ignore dog barks. Got it, no big words?
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