MM2H frequently asked questions

Do not. MM2H is a direct 10-year renewable long-term visa.

Not necessary. MM2H status is not required to obtain purchased property. Some developers or agents will package the property with MM2H, but in fact owning MM2H does not require the purchase of property. On the other hand, buying a property will not automatically merge with MM2H.

Since Malaysia is not an immigration country, and MM2H is not intended to provide benefits to foreigners, visas give foreigners who love the living environment of Malaysia an easy way. This is why the requirements are simple and do not involve any investment risks.

Once you arrive, you can easily renew the next 10 years. Once they are over 21 years old, your child cannot continue to use your MM2H visa.

After the age of 21, your children should reapply for MM2H.

It does not affect your current citizenship at all.

Basically, the Malaysian government has subsidized a large budget for daily necessities such as rice, cooking oil, sugar, salt, bread, gasoline and so on. Everyone likes to buy daily necessities on the open market at the same price. Starting from January 1, 2016, all foreigners will not be able to enjoy low-cost government hospital fees. For private hospitals, foreigners and locals pay the same price.

No. Unless either parent is Malaysian, you can choose the nationality of the baby.

Basically yes. Compared with other immigration countries, Malaysia does not need to invest in real estate, business or national bonds. The Malaysian government only requires participants to deposit time deposits in banks in their own name, and can withdraw them at any time when participants want to terminate their MM2H.

The MM2H number will not change your nationality. You can apply for a visa through the Malaysian embassy during your stay in Malaysia.

About Life in Malaysia

Definitely yes. Malaysia is easy to adapt. The same weather throughout the year. Initially it was a mixed culture environment, and Malaysians generally accepted people from different cultural backgrounds.

Not a problem at all. Malaysia usually uses English. Malaysians start learning English from kindergarten. English is also the official language of Malaysia, and most legal documents or business documents use English extensively.

Malaysia has been rated as a food paradise by tourists from all over the world. The main local Malay, Chinese and Indian foods are everywhere. In addition to the West, Arabic, Japanese, Korean, etc. are everywhere. Locals love food and are easy to accept food types from different cultures.

There is no doubt that Malaysia is a Muslim country, but other religious people can freely worship their faith and have their own religious ground. You can find mosques, Chinese temples, Indian temples and churches at any time from some cultural heritage sites. From there you can see Malaysians living in this harmonious environment a hundred years ago.

Two major international airports serve more than 100 destinations in the world, and domestic airports host local passengers. The north-south highway passes through nine states in Malaysia, with Singapore in the south and Thailand in the north. The subway is currently only available in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. Regular coaches in all states of the peninsula also travel frequently.