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Malaysia My Second Home Program

Malaysia My Second Home Program is an initiative promoted and supported by the Government of Malaysia to allow people from all over the world who fulfill certain criteria, to stay in Malaysia as long as possible on a social visit pass with a multiple entry visa. The MM2H visa permit is initially for a period of 5+5 years and is renewable.
Why Malaysia?

Malaysia is a beautiful country that’s fast becoming one of the most fascinating second homes in South East Asia! It can offer an ideal difference in almost all aspects of your life – a peaceful residential haven, a fertile investment climate, diverse culture, harmony, safety, with natural and man-made wonders, and unmatched scope for progress.

If you have a Malaysian wife/husband, may you still apply for the MM2H program?

Previously, if you had a Malaysian spouse you were not eligible for the MM2H visa and was required to apply for the ‘Spouse Visa’. Fortunately, the rules have changed and you may now apply if you have a Malaysian wife/husband.

Do I have to move to Malaysia as soon as I get the MM2H visa?

You do not have to move to Malaysia or even spend a minimum amount of time each year. The visa allows you to come and go as you please.

I am not married but my partner and I have been living together for a long time. Can she apply for the program?

If you are not married, you will have to apply separately and thus you will both need to qualify for the program.

Will I get PR (Permanent Residency) status if I apply for MM2H?

Unfortunately, having an MM2H visa does not entitle applicants to Permanent Residency and it cannot be converted to PR status. The MM2H visa is a 10-year visa which gives the flexibility for applicant to come in and out of Malaysia as many times as they like without any restrictions.

Do I have to buy a property if I am approved?

The programme does not require any property purchase. According to research by The Expat Magazine, around 20 percent of applicants who move here choose to rent properties or stay in serviced apartments.

Must foreigners buy new Malaysia property only, such as from developers, or can they purchase any property, such as from individual owners (second hand or third hand property)?

Each state in Malaysia sets its own rules regarding property purchase. Usually any property over RM1,000,000 can be purchased by a foreigner but some states have slightly different rules and some states set lower limits for people with the MM2H visa.

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