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Spouse visa but already divorced

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asked on Dec 24, 2018 at 17:34
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edited on Jan 21, 2019 at 05:19
 
My future husband is divorced with his ex-wife (Malaysian) since May 2017 but he still use the spouse visa until October 2018. His ex-wife did not cancel it. How can I proceed with my marriage with him? Is there any fine to pay or any cooling period? Currently he is in his home country.

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answered on Dec 24, 2018 at 19:17
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edited Jan 21, 2019 at 05:21
 
is ex wife (Malaysian)
Muslim or non-Muslim wife?

How can I proceed with my marriage with him?
Not when he is on Long Term Social Visit Pass (LTSVP).

Is there any fine to pay or any cooling period?
Pay fine for what? No more cooling period since the divorce is over 1 year.
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answered on Dec 24, 2018 at 22:10
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edited Jan 21, 2019 at 05:23
 
@jeff,

is ex wife (Malaysian) 
Muslim wife. Divorce in a good term without kids. 

Since he is still using the spouse visa and the spouse visa is still not cancel. Will he be blacklisted? Should he cancel visa or what is the procedure? We are thinking of getting married next year.

Thank you @jeff.
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answered on Dec 24, 2018 at 22:59
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edited Jan 21, 2019 at 05:30
 
Since he is still using the spouse visa and the spouse visa is still not cancel. Will he be blacklisted? Should he cancel visa or what is the procedure? We are thinking of getting married next year.  
Yours will be a Islamic marriage, I am not permitted to comment.

However there are tips how how to get things done faster.

Read here for procedures at Kementerian Dalam Negeri (KDN) and Immigration, it is the same.

https://www.lawyerment.com/answers/questions/12999/marriage-with-foreign-spouse-the-procedure-for-visa-applications

Ask @carrie1226 if have questions on civil marriages.

Since he is back home, get his single status from his own country first and/or other religious documents required by our Malaysian Islamic Religious Departments.

Come into Malaysia under the Spouse Visa if it is still valid. With all the basic documentations done, then only go and cancel the spouse visa.  With proof of impeding marriage, show proof, then apply for a special pass to remain here to complete the marriage. It may take months just to get complete documentations. So get all the documents before coming back into Malaysia. This will shorten the process.

There is no Blacklisting. The spouse visa is in his passport given to him, the ex-wife cannot just cancel it. She is just the sponsor with no rights to cancel it once approved. Even after Divorce. Only allow it to expire. I could not find any rulings of canceling of spouse visa by ex wife/husband in the Immigration website even for civil marriages. Unless I overlook it.

Good Luck Dear..

Take serious note. He must apply for a Special Pass for the purpose of marriage, not ordinary other types of special pass. Without it, the Registry of Marriages (ROM) may not allow it.
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answered on Dec 25, 2018 at 11:19
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@ Siti Nadia

Read here for knowledge but do refer to the nearest religious dept for latest info.

https://www.lawyerment.com/answers/questions/3524/marriage-procedure-for-muslim-foreigners-and-malaysian-muslims
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answered on Dec 25, 2018 at 20:37
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edited Jan 21, 2019 at 05:32
 
@jeff, 

You mentioned need to apply for special pass for marriage?
Based on your opinion or fact? Maybe you shouldn't mislead people?

Refer below: Special pass is NOT accepted.

https://www.jpn.gov.my/en/maklumat-perkahwinan/pendaftaran-perkahwinan-bagi-pemohon-bukan-beragama-islam/#1458532698662-b56e2289-ce06
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answered on Dec 25, 2018 at 20:58
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edited Jan 21, 2019 at 05:37
 
@Guest2018

Why you have not answer this query in the first place?

4.2  ORIGINAL passport and photocopy of pages with personal details, the latest arrival date in Malaysia and a valid visa or pass for non-citizen. SPECIAL PASS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

Do you know the meaning of this Special Pass this 4.2 is referring to?
There are many different Special Pass issued by the Malaysia Immigration for different purpose. I have specified  "Special Pass for the purpose of marriage".

It appears you are a just a reader who is reading Immigration Laws without knowing the policies and implications. It does not matter to me if you think I am misleading people.

@Siti Nadia husband to be will know what I am talking about. He has been thru it before.

It is just you who does not know what this is all about.

Then why don't you teach NOW in here, to those non-citizens how to be inside Malaysia to complete the Marriage Procedures which often take 2-3 months? Taking into account most Asian Countries are only given 30 days Visit Pass? And they need a Extension Special Pass to remain inside Malaysia. Have you actually seen a real special pass?

Your attention is required.
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answered on Dec 25, 2018 at 22:25
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edited Jan 21, 2019 at 05:39
 
@Guest2018

Maybe you shouldn't mislead people,?
I really pity your lack of knowledge of all the various types of special pass.

Let me show you some LOCAL SPECIAL PASS.





Now, please can you show me and ALL the readers here, some special passes for non-citizens that are issued for specific reasons/purpose?

Your attention is required..
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