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How long can a Nepal boy stay in Malaysia after marrying a Malaysian Indian girl?

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asked on Jul 3, 2017 at 07:28
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edited on Jul 18, 2017 at 04:54
 
I'm a Malaysia Indian girl. I love a Nepal boy and want to marry him. What is the legal procedure and after marriage can he get Malaysian citizenship? After marriage, can he stay in Malaysia for the rest of his life time?
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answered on Jul 3, 2017 at 16:14
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edited Jul 18, 2017 at 05:04
 
I love a Nepal boy and want to marry him.
Does this boy want to marry you and live forever in Malaysia?

What is the legal procedure
He has to get from his embassy stating that he is single in Nepal. Then register at Malaysian Registrar of Marriages (as Foreign Spouse).

after marriage can he get Malaysian citizenship?
Most foreign spouse could not get Permanent Resident (PR) status or after that citizenship even after living in Malaysia for the past 10 years. Any agent who says can is just scamming your moneys.

After marriage, can he stay in Malaysia for the rest of his life time
No, he cannot.
He has to apply for Visit Pass know as LTSVP, validity period of 1, 2, 3, 5 years depending on situation. Immigration Malaysia can reject or reduce the period at their discretion.
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answered on Jul 3, 2017 at 23:13
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edited Jul 18, 2017 at 05:37
 
Does this boy want to marry you and live forever in Malaysia?
Yes, he wants to marry me and live forever in Malaysia.

After 5 years of marriage, if we want to go to his country for two or three months and then return back to Malaysia, can that be done?

Now he is an employee in the same company I work for. After marriage, can he still work under that company or can be change his work place?

Any idea how we can stay together rest of life time?
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answered on Nov 23, 2018 at 19:17
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edited Dec 16, 2018 at 06:02
 
I'm not expert but as I know... You cannot married your boyfriend if he is still under a working permit. If you want to marry him, he must first discontinue his working permit.. Get himself out from Malaysia and come back again using visiting permit. He can enter Malaysia within 24 hours... it doesn't matter. Then you can marry him and you can apply him a spouse permit. If he is still under working permit, you will get things worse. If company knows that is a major misconduct and company has the right to send him back to Nepal. The most important thing is that no problem that cannot be settled. You and him just need to be strong and believe in your love. Good luck girl! May your loves live forever.
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answered on Nov 25, 2018 at 01:17
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edited Dec 16, 2018 at 06:08
 
He can enter Malaysia within 24 hours it doesn't matter.
The FACT is you do not know..!!

Current Malaysia Immigration Laws & Policies:

1. If one terminates his/her own Foreign Employment Contract without valid reason, or the employer terminates because of any serious "Misconduct", this foreign worker will be banned from coming into Malaysia again. Do not even speak of getting married and then "spouse visa"...!!

2. Even if one's Foreign Employment Contract has been completed and he/she leaves Malaysia, there is a "Cooling Period" of 6 months that one cannot come into Malaysia even as a tourist..!! Some ex-workers try to circumvent around this ruling by the ONLINE application of eVISA & eNTRI but were deny entry and were given a NTL stamp on their passports.

There are 200-300 NTLs issued out on a daily basis (Source: Malaysia Immigration Website).
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answered on Dec 20, 2018 at 18:19
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edited Jan 17, 2019 at 05:44
 
@Kayathri parameswaran,

Have you already registered with your boyfriend? Actually I also in the same situation. I'm from Nepal and my wife is a Malaysian Indian and I already registered marriage this year in Malaysia. This February I'm coming to Malaysia for long term visa so I'm just curious about yours.
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