How To Apply For Malaysia Visa In Nigeria

Statistically, Malaysia is one of the top 10 countries Nigerians are travelling to frequently, we are hereby illustrates comprehensively how to apply for Malaysia visa in Nigeria.

There are different types of visas obtainable at the Malaysian embassy in Nigeria, these are the 3 most popular :

  1. SOCIAL VISA
  2. BUSINESS VISA
  3. STUDENT VISA

HOW TO APPLY FOR MALAYSIA VISA IN NIGERIA

  • SOCIAL VISA

When you are applying for Social Visa, which is common to visitors, tourists etc, you have to submit the following documents personally at Embassy

  1. Your International passport with at least 6 months validity and unused visa pages
  2. A carefully filled visa application form
  3. Photocopy of the data page of your passport
  4. Original and photocopy of the letter of invitation from a relation or organisation in Malaysia
  5. Letter of introduction from your place of work in Nigeria
  6. 2 recently taken passport-sized photograph
  7. If you’re travelling to Malaysia for the first time, obtain a certificate of clearance from the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA )
  8. Original and Photocopy of a duly signed yellow fever certificate
  9. Confirmed return airline ticket with all the booking details
  10. Confirmed hotel reservation indicating the date of arrival and departure
  11. A recently acquired original and copy of your statement of account signed by your Bank and a letter of reference
  12. pay the visa fee
  • BUSINESS VISA

Applying for a business visa is similar to the above but with few additional requirements :

  1. Your International passport with at least 6 months validity and unused visa pages
  2. Photocopy of your passport data page.
  3. Letter of invitation from your business partner in Malaysia
  4. Letter of introduction from your company in Nigeria
  5. If you’re going for the first time, obtain a certificate of clearance from the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA )
  6. Original and photocopy of a duly signed yellow fever certificate
  7. Original and photocopy of last 3 months statement of account from your bank and a reference letter
  8. A confirmed return airline ticket with all the booking details
  9. Confirmed hotel reservation indicating the date of arrival and departure
  10. Original and photocopy of your tax returns
  11. Original and photocopy of your company certificate of incorporation
  12. Any other supporting documents from your business partner in Malaysia
  13. Pay the visa fee

STILL ON HOW TO APPLY FOR MALAYSIA VISA IN NIGERIA

  • STUDENT VISA

To apply for a student visa you must submit the following documents :

  1. An International passport with at least 6 months validity and unused visa pages
  2. Photocopy of the data page of your passport.
  3. Carefully fill the visa application form
  4. Letter of admission from a government-approved college in Malaysia
  5. Submit original immigration approval letter.
  6. Original and copy of your relevant credentials
  7. Original and photocopy of a duly signed yellow fever certificate
  8. Letter of confirmation from your parent or sponsor
  9. Letter of eligibility from the Ministry of education in Nigeria
  10. Your parent’s or sponsor’s bank account statement – the last 3 months, original and photocopy must be submitted
  11. An original and photocopy of a clearance certificate from the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA)
  12. Pay the visa fees

HOW TO APPLY FOR MALAYSIA VISA IN NIGERIA РIN MALAYSIA PLAY BY THE RULES 

Malaysia is a disciplined country,¬† when you are there endeavour to play by the rules. Respect their culture and religious believes. A majority Muslim nation they take their religion seriously. During Ramadan fasting, eating in the open is regarded as an insult, therefore, a non-Muslim visitor is expected to be courteous of those fasting. Reasonably, it’s expected to abstain from eating and drinking in the public during the period.
Finally, the penalty for illegality is severe, so keep off from whatever is considered illegal.

THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

Please note that currently, the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the world is still active in the Southeast Asia region, however life is gradually returning to normal level in Malaysia. Please ensure you do all the necessary tests and carry along a coronavirus clearance certificate before departure.

That’s all for now on how to apply for Malaysia Visa in Nigeria.

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