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WHAT IS A TRANSIT PASS ?

A Transit Pass is issued to any person on arrival in West Malaysia, Sabah or Sarawak, if that person satisfies the immigration officer that he or she desires to enter Malaysia for the purpose of passing through Malaysia to a destination outside it.

The person to be issued a Transit Pass must have in possession of or in the position to obtain such valid documents, if any, as he requires to permit him to enter the country or part of Malaysia which is his or her destination, and is otherwise qualified under the law in force there to enter the same.

A Transit Pass is in a form of endorsement on the passport or internal travel document held by the person to whom it is issued.

HOW LONG CAN A TRANSIT PASS HOLDER REMAIN IN MALAYSIA ?

A Transit Pass entitles the holder to enter Malaysia and remain for such period not exceeding 1 month as may be stated in the pass.




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