Visa & Immigration
AIMS Immigration & Relocation Specialist
As one of the most reputable migration providers in Asia Pacific, AIMS offers exceptional immigration and relocation services to individual and corporate clients moving to Kuala Lumpur.
If you’re looking for a trusted specialist for your immigration needs, AIMS will ensure your smooth relocation to Kuala Lumpur through its extensive expertise, vetted experts and wide network.
AIMS assists expats in:
- Immigration services
- Visa assistance
- Citizenship and passport programs
- Relocation services
Visa & Immigration for Expats in Kuala Lumpur
With a steadily growing economy, tropical weather, abundant sunshine, high living standards and little language barriers, Kuala Lumpur regularly features as one of the most attractive destinations for expats.
Key visa & immigration tips you should know as an expat in Kuala Lumpur
- There are two types of visas for you to move to Kuala Lumpur, namely single-entry and multiple-entry.
- The single-entry visa is valid for up to three months and best suited for expats on a short-term business project in Malaysia.
- In case you’re staying for longer, the multiple-entry visa is a better fit as it’s valid for three to twelve months.
- If you’re planning to stay for more than a year, you are required to apply for an employment pass and receive approval from responsible government bodies.
- The employment pass should be applied before you move to Malaysia. To apply for this, you have to submit an application supported by a list of documents.
- It’s best to enlist the help of a skilled immigration specialist to help you manage the documentation process and ensure that you get an immigration approval letter for your employment pass.
- Expats can apply for permanent residency if looking to move permanently. However, there is a set of criteria that expats need to meet before permanent residency can be granted.
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