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Spouse visa to live and work in Malaysia

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asked on Feb 8, 2012 at 19:52
by   Cindy Kaur
edited on Apr 11, 2016 at 08:48
 
I am a Malaysian. My boyfriend in currently in the USA. Can my boyfriend come to Malaysia and marry me and then go to the Immigration Office to apply for a spouse visa to live and work in Malaysia as he wants to live and work in Malaysia? Can Malaysian companies employ him with the visa given by Immigration Department to work here?

Please advise how long does it take to get approval for the spouse visa from the Immigration Department and is the visa renewable yearly or every 6 months?

My boyfriend has a son aged 12-year old. Can his young son get a visa to study here in Malaysia in an International school? Can his young son stay in Malaysia with me and his father?

Please advise. Kind Regards.
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answered on Aug 17, 2016 at 02:28
by   SourPlum
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 05:10
 
@ Uday

The best part is to get married in Malaysia and in future it helps to process any sort of applications
So it can be true that foreigners chooses Malaysian bride not based on love but the easy way to get Visas

For your info, you are one of the few lucky ones. In West Malaysia, there are 3 major races, Indians being one of it. So you do not speak for the other non-Malaysian races of other countries.
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answered on Sep 20, 2016 at 16:16
by   Shearen
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 05:10
 
I'm applying my spouse visa, still on progress, but my social visa is going to end. Can I go travel to other country to renew my social visa during submitting spouse visa?
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answered on Oct 21, 2016 at 17:37
by   Irish Eusebio
Good day! Everything on your site enlightened most of the questions I have. I am a Filipina with a Malaysian boyfriend. I'm a catholic and he is a Muslim. Is there any way we get to marry and live here in Malaysia and me not to convert to Muslim.
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answered on Nov 24, 2016 at 04:04
by   renuga
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 05:12
 
I am a Malaysia Citizen. My question is my boyfriend is from India, Chennai. He got Malaysia DP10 visa with working permit. Now, we want marry. What is the marriage process? What can I do? Can my boyfriend apply for spouse visa? Where to apply for that visa?
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answered on Feb 17, 2017 at 20:42
by   Tahdavi
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 05:16
 
I'm still under 3-month pass to Malaysia. My fiancee is Malaysian. We have a son. I'm Spanish and Moroccan. I am holding a Moroccan passport. My fiancee doesn't want to convert to Islam. If we get married here and I understand. Now the problem is me... they treat us like trash at the Immigration. Every 3 months, I have to out. I need help. They don't give me long term because we have no marriage certificate yet even if our son is Malaysian.
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answered on Feb 18, 2017 at 02:03
by   jeff005
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 05:19
 
@ Tahdavi

even if our son is Malaysian
Legally not your son as your name is not in the Birth Cert.

My fiancee doesn't want to convert to Islam
Why no convert? She doesn't love you enough to Convert?

don't give me long term
You are already on Long Term (3 months LTSVP) otherwise every 30 days you have to exit.
And if you in and out too many times, they will chop "NTL" in your passport. What are you doing in Malaysia anyway.

Go get a Spain passport and then get married in Spain.
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answered on Feb 28, 2017 at 17:45
by   Akash Raya
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 09:35
 
I am married to Malaysian Muslim girl. Let me start from the beginning. My previous stay (before married) was not quite OK, I was being cheated by local agent and he failed to renew my visa and because of that I overstayed for 1 year. I went back to my native by paying fine but unfortunately I was blacklisted and was banned to enter Malaysia for 5 years. My girlfriend, now wife, managed to get approval from the Immigration to bring me back to Malaysia. But the letter from immigration expires in every 6 month which means I use to get social visit visa also for 6 month only and in every 5th month I need to apply for the letter and it takes 20 working days for me to get the letter which approve my another 6 month visa. 

Now when I contact to Immigration Department regarding removal of my name from the blacklist they told that now they didn't practice to remove name from blacklist but still I can apply for work permit in the nearest immigration office. I got baby girl just before 10 months and it is quite difficult to manage family with solo income. I had work before in some security field as a operation manager but no point working illegally it's just like inviting the problems since I am blacklisted so if the Immigration catch me then I will have no way then leaving the country. Basically I am from security background (ex-police in my native) and got basic knowledge of IT also. So can anyone suggest me what sort of would be suitable for me and if can please advice some job to so I can give a try.
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answered on Feb 28, 2017 at 18:03
by   jeff005
edited Mar 6, 2017 at 09:37
 
@ Akash Raya

Which country you come from?

Send a clear pic of the "visa"/pass to my email address (in my profile) for better understanding.
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answered on Apr 23, 2017 at 21:19
by   Andrew Lee
edited Aug 1, 2017 at 06:24
 
I'm a Malaysian man married to a foreigner. My wife wishes to apply for a spouse working visa. Is there a required minimum wage for the job she can apply for? 
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answered on Jul 19, 2017 at 19:47
by   Rahul
edited Aug 1, 2017 at 06:25
 
What is procedure to renew my work permit in Malaysia? Current I am on my 1 year Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP). If I am working in the same company do I need to produce the appointment letter again?
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