When applying for a Malaysian visa, you must have several supporting documents with your application. You also have to pay a non-refundable Malaysia visa fee to cover the visa processing.
Malaysia visa fees
The Malaysia visa fee, both for a Single Entry or Multiple Entry Visa and a Transit Visa, is RM 20 (Malaysian Ringgit) for all countries, other than the countries listed below. When converted, RM 20 is about $4.7 or €4.25.
The Malaysia visa fees are different for the following countries:
|Country||Single Entry and Multiple Entry Visa Fee||Transit Visa Fee|
|Argentina||RM 20.15||RM 4.10|
|Bolivia||RM 11.00||RM 11.00|
|Burma||RM 19.50||RM 6.60|
|Brazil||RM 17.00||RM 17.00|
|Bulgaria||RM 21.90||RM 11.00|
|Chile||RM 24.50||RM 24.50|
|People’s Republic of China||RM 30.00||RM 30.00|
|Costa Rica||RM 9.00||RM 20.00|
|Czech Republic||RM 19.30||RM 8.20|
|Denmark||RM 6.00||Non applicable|
|Dominican Republic||RM 12.90||RM 9.65|
|Ecuador||RM 7.00||RM 0.50|
|Finland||RM 7.00||Non applicable|
|France||RM 12.90||Non applicable|
|Haiti||RM 16.00||RM 6.00|
|Hungary||RM 21.45||RM 10.30|
|India||RM 50.00||RM 50.00|
|Indonesia||RM 15.00||RM 3.50|
|Israel||RM 9.70||RM 1.10|
|South Korea||RM 30.00||RM 15.00|
|Liberia||RM 13.00||RM 13.00|
|Mexico||RM 17.50||RM 17.50|
|Panama||RM 14.50||RM 14.50|
|Poland||RM 26.20||RM 8.00|
|Portugal||RM 6.50||RM 6.50|
|Saudi Arabia||RM 17.20||RM 8.60|
|Sri Lanka||RM 15.00||RM 15.00|
|Sudan||RM 12.90||RM 4.30|
|United States of America||RM 6.00||RM 20.00|
|Uruguay||RM 13.50||RM 13.50|
|Venezuela||RM 18.00||RM 18.00|
|Vietnam||RM 13.00||RM 1.50|
How to pay the Malaysia visa fee?
The method of payment changes depending on the Malayisan Representative Office nearest to you (Embassy or Consulate) through which you are applying.
Some Malayisan Representative Offices will require for you to pay the Malaysia visa fee in cash when you appear to submit the application. Others will only accept payments done through bank draft and addressed to the specific Embassy or Consulate.
You must visit the website of the nearest Malayisan Representative Office to find out how they will accept payment.
Other Malaysian visa fees
Malaysia work visa fees
If you want to work in Malaysia, you must pay a visa fee in your country (as outlined above) as well as a Malaysian Work Pass fee. The fees for Malaysian work Passes change depending on the duration of the Pass.
|Type of Malaysia Work Pass||Fees|
|Malaysia Employment Pass (EP)||EP Fee||RM 200 per year|
|EP Processing Fee||RM 125|
|Malaysia Professional Visit Pass (PVP)||PVP Fee||RM 90 for every quarter |
RM 360 for one year
Malaysia student visa fee
International students must pay a Malaysia Student Pass fee of RM 60 per year for every year (or part of the year) of studies.
Therefore, for a three year program, you would pay RM 180 for your Malaysia Student Pass.
This is in addition to the Malaysia visa fee as outlined above.
Malaysia family visa fees
Foreign national family members of Malaysian citizens or expats can come to Malaysia through the Dependent’s Pass or Long Term Social Visit Pass.
|Type of pass||Fees|
|Malaysia Dependent Pass (DP)||Dependent Pass fee||RM 90 per year|
|Dependent Pass processing fee||RM 50|
|Malaysia Long Term Social Visit Pass (LTSVP)||Long Term Social Visit Pass fee||RM 600|
|Long Term Social Visit Pass processing fee||RM 50|
Malaysia Visa On Arrival
If you are a national of India and China, you are eligible for a Malaysian Visa On Arrival. The processing fee for a Malaysian Visa On Arrival is $100.
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