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Marriage between foreigner and Malaysian

New MessageMarriage between foreigner and Malaysian (modified 0 times) Julie
Hi...

Iam a student in one of the college in KL. i will be graduated this August. I (Chinese Indonesian) and my fiancee (a Malaysian man) are planning to get married. Is there any website that we can visit to get the correct information and procedures about our marriage? Any legal regulations that we can refer to since iam an Indonesian and he is a malysian? Thanks

10 Feb, 2003 15:33:30

New MessageRE:Marriage between foreigner and Malaysian (modified 0 times) Vince
A foreign lady getting married with a Malaysian Man can easily stay in Malaysia without much hustle and hassle.

But NOT that easy for a foreign man to stay in Malaysia with a Malaysian Wife. (A foreign Husband should not depend on a Malaysian Wife). This is the Beauty of our Malaysian Laws.

You can apply for Dependant's Pass, meaning it is normal and natural for you to depend on your Malaysian husband. You will also need to apply for Work Pass should you want to work after marriage.

In short, the husband should provide the wife with food and shelter etc., hope you get the point; There shouldn't be any problem for you.

Best wishes, good luck.

11 Feb, 2003 00:56:47

New MessageRE:Marriage between foreigner and Malaysian (modified 0 times) Vince
You may also visit the website:

http://www.imi.gov.my/ to gain more information about Malaysian Immigration Procedures and Affiairs.

15 Feb, 2003 17:32:47

New MessageRE:Marriage between foreigner and Malaysian (modified 0 times) Married and troubled
I did this B4 don't try on this one...There are plenty of Malaysian to choose from...did not take this advise before....Now there are so many immigrations laws and not worth the love as even true love also gets tired off one day...the marriage is such complicated issue...A piece of advise as I happen to open your mail...When every thing is smooth running it is fine..but when it is not...boy! You had it...so just think twice pls. God Bless You.
16 Apr, 2003 01:06:42


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