Suara Malaysia
ADVERTISEMENTShopee SaleShopee Sale
Monday, June 17, 2024
More
    ADVERTISEMENTShopee Sale
    HomeLifestyleTravelHere’s How You Can Renew Your Passport Online

    Here’s How You Can Renew Your Passport Online

    -

    Shopee CNY Sale

    Malaysians were informed that the travel ban had been lifted since April. Now, although you may be enthusiastic about travelling, don’t forget to check the expiration date of your most vital travel document. That’s right, your passport.

    Normally, simply renewing your passport for a trip at the Immigration Office is a chore. After all, it could take a whole day just to renew your passport! However, a poster recently started circulating on social media declaring that walk-in passport renewal applications would no longer be accepted starting 11th May. What?

    Source: Wikimedia Commons

    Fret not! According to a statement issued by the Immigration Department on 9th May, all passport renewals in the nation must be processed using the online system, MyOnline Passport. It isn’t necessarily a bad thing. After all, there are certain bonuses to renewing your passport online. Here’s a simple step-by-step on how it’s done:

    MyOnline Passport: A Guide to Passport Renewal

    Step 1: Log on to the MyOnline Passport Portal

    Step 2: Thoroughly read the terms and conditions before clicking the ‘Setuju (Agree)’ button at the bottom of the page

    Step 3: Fill up the particulars – i.e. passport number, IC number, collection office

    Step 4: Submit necessary documents – i.e. passport photo

    Step 5: Proceed with payment

    Step 6: Print out documents needed for collection

    A few things to take note though. Applicants can choose which office to collect their new passport from but the date and time of collection will be determined by the system. The following are the renewal fees: RM200 for regular citizens (aged 13 to 59); RM100 for senior citizens (Age 60 and above).

    ALSO READ:  9 Creepy Places In Malaysia With Even Creepier Pasts

    Walk-in applications are only eligible for senior citizens, individuals with impairments, children under the age of 13, Haj pilgrims, and students. Additionally, walk-ins are also accepted for new passport applications, lost passport applications, and replacement/damaged passport applications.

    Source: Facebook/Jabatan Imigresen Malaysia (JIM)

    Aside from that, online applicants should be mindful of the photo that must be uploaded for the renewal application. You have to wear dark-coloured apparel in front of a white backdrop and the photo must be taken by a professional photographer. It cannot be a simple polaroid photo.

    Source: MyOnline Passport
    Source: MyOnline Passport Portal

    Don’t forget to verify your status on the Immigration Department’s Electronic Review System for any national blacklisting before renewing your passport just for extra precaution. Additionally, the immigration offices are open from 8am to 10pm on weekdays and from 8am to 12:30pm on weekends.

    Suara
    Suarahttps://www.suara.my
    Tech enthusiast turning dreams into reality, one byte at a time 🚀

    Related articles

    Follow Us

    20,435FansLike
    1,183FollowersFollow
    1,049FollowersFollow
    1,251FollowersFollow
    ADVERTISEMENTAuto AffiliateAuto Affiliate

    Subscribe to Newsletter

    To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.

    Latest posts