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Can I marry Malaysian as my second wife

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asked on Feb 25, 2017 at 05:47
by   Jawad
edited on Feb 27, 2017 at 05:07
 
I am a married man, 38 years old, having 3 kids and living with my family in my home country. Can I get second wife (Malaysian)? My friend in Malaysia (girl) is very kind person and she likes me. If I get second wife (Malaysian) then can I bring my first wife and her kids to Malaysian? I like Malaysian very much, if I can settle then I will also wants to do business in Malaysian, can I do?
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answered on Feb 27, 2017 at 06:26
by   Jawad
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 03:15
 
Dear Jeff,

Thank you for your clarification. I understand your points. 

Start a legal Pte Ltd company with locals during study
Can I start Pte Ltd company with student visa? What are the requirements for Pte Ltd company?

Just before completion of studies, using the business entity, apply for LTSVP/Work permit.
Do you mean, I can use my business entity and can apply for work permit? Just before completion of studies means I can apply for work permit any time during my study?

getting work permit will allows my dependents to get visa? which type of visa?

Work permit is for one year and will be extending every year?

I respect Malaysian a lot only God knows how much I trust these people (in general) but I will never Marry only to use it for settling in Malaysia. Marrying can be for several purposes including to have a family. My wife will be not only my life partner but my business partner too. Wife is the mother of my kids so I never expect to do something bad, illegal and against the culture of a society or community. I never been an opportunist (God Knows this better). 

I know my friend (male) from my country doing business in Malaysia and he is married with Malaysian from 10 years and he has 2 or 3 kids living in Johor Bahru.

Not all people are bad but still we have good people.

But so far I did not decide to Marry there.
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answered on Feb 27, 2017 at 14:43
by   jeff005
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 03:19
 
@ Jawad

The answers to your questions above can be found here.

For more details, consult the Malaysian Embassy in your country (if it is still intact there)

http://malaysiabizadvisory.com/malaysia-work-permit-for-foreigners/
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answered on Feb 27, 2017 at 15:24
by   jeff005
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 03:18
 
@ Jawad

Your male friend living in Johor Baru for past 10 years should have been able to advise you. From the questions you have asked, he have not been able to pass accurate info to you which could mean that he has not gotten his PR yet despite having a Malaysian wife and children (assumed Malaysians too). His process of making first application in Immigration in the very first instance could have flaws. There is no guarantee of PR even after marrying a local Malaysian.

You are in a good position to obtain PR down the road if you follow Immigration procedures accurately. Starting from Ground Zero is the toughest, yet the most effective way of settling down in Malaysia in the future, not only you, wife but for the children.

I have embedded many entrapment issues in my replies to you. You have answered with sincerity and naivety, which shows your commitment to settle in Malaysia in an appropriate legal manner. Enroll your wife in a Junior College for studies too if you can afford and assimilate into our Malaysian Culture. Your children can also study in Malaysian Government schools and learn of our multiracial and multicultural society. Our environment is even better than in the US. For your info, my rough estimate, over 95% of Malaysians (yes, including Muslims) practice monogamous marriages. It has become a Malaysian Culture not based on religions. In short, we are quite protective about our Malaysian Women and family.

Good Luck!
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answered on Feb 27, 2017 at 15:45
by   Jawad
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 03:17
 
Dear Jeff,

Many thanks for your cooperation in sharing information.

I will follow your advice and will be in touch.
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