Malaysia: Service Centers and Immigration Offices Reopen

Key Points

  • The Malaysian government has reopened select expatriate centers and immigration offices
  • Services are available at the MYXpats Center at Mutiara Damansara and the Expatriates Services Division Putrajaya
  • Appointments are required in advance

Overview

The Government of Malaysia has reopened two expatriate centers and immigration offices around the country this week.

What are the Changes?

Counter services at the MYXpats Center at Mutiara Damansara and the Expatriates Services Division-Putrajaya are now open for service. Appointments are required in advance.

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