Malaysia: New Measures for Renewing Passports

January 18, 2023 Jessie Butchley

Key Points  

  • Malaysia introduced new measures for renewing passports online  

Overview  

The government of Malaysia introduced measures for the online renewal of passports. Eligible applicants will be permitted to apply through the MYOnline Passport website. Applicants will then be permitted to complete the application form, upload any additional documents and a photograph and make any application payments.  

Applicants will then receive notification via email when the passport renewal has been approved and information for registering for an appointment to obtain the document.  

What are the Changes?    

The government of Malaysia released information on the online renewal of passports.  According to the government announcement, this option was made in order to ensure that Malaysian travel and identity documents remain up to date.   

Looking Ahead  

 Continue to check the government of Malaysia’s website and Envoy’s website for the latest updates and information. 


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Jessie is Envoy's Global Immigration Writer.

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