Malaysia My Second Home Programme is introduce and promoted by the Malaysia Government to welcome foreigners who fulfill certain criteria, to stay in Malaysia for long term basis on a multiple-entry social visit pass.

The Social Visit Pass is initially for a period of ten (10) years, and is renewable thereafter.

ELIGIBILITY

It is open to citizens of all countries recognised by Malaysia and has no restrictions on race, religion, gender or age. Applicants are allowed to bring their spouses and unmarried children below the age of 18 as dependants.

FINANCIAL REQUIREMENT

Applicants are expected to be financially capable of supporting themselves on this programme in Malaysia.

HOW TO QUALIFY FOR MM2H UPON APPLICATION STAGE
AGE BELOW 50
AGE 50 & ABOVE

Show cash-in-bank of RM500,000 or more in latest 3 months statement AND

Show cash-in bank of RM350,000 or more in latest 3 months statements AND

Show latest 3months off-shore income of more than RM 10,000/month AND

Show latest 3months off-shore income of more than RM 10,000/month AND

Agree to place RM300,000 in Fixed Deposit in Malaysia

Agree to place RM150,000 in Fixed Deposit in Malaysia OR

Show latest 3 months off-shore pension of more than RM10,000 from Government Approved Funds

MEDICAL CRITERIA

Possess a valid medical insurance policy from any approved insurance company that is valid in Malaysia.

Approved participants and their dependent are required to provide a certified medical report from any private or registered clinic in Malaysia.

MEDICAL REPORT

All applicants and their dependent (spouse and children) are required to submit a medical report from any private hospital / registered clinic in Malaysia.

MEDICAL INSURANCE

Approved participants and their dependent (spouse and children) must possess a valid medical insurance policy which is applicable in Malaysia.

However, exemptions may be given for participants who face difficulty in obtaining a medical insurance due to their age or medical condition.

RESTRICTIONS

Participants under Malaysia My Second Home Programme are not allowed to work / be employed while staying in Malaysia.

In addition, they should not participate in activities that can be considered as sensitive to the local people and a threat to the security of the country.