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Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) welcomes long stayers PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 10 July 2010 06:34

MALAYSIA MY SECOND HOME (MM2H)

Malaysia is possibly the most popular, welcoming destination for people looking for sanctuary in sunshine with lush green forests and all the conveniences of a modern country.

This scheme granting qualified foreigners – many of them over 40 or retirees – long visas or multiple-entry social visit passes on rather easy terms may suit you if you are planning to stay for long periods in Malaysia.

 

Many Singaporeans have chosen to take up residence under this scheme, while others are quite happy to make prolonged visits without MM2H.

Suits some people from cold climates very well to spend their cold weather seasons here and the pleasant summer-fall in a temperate climate.

The rules and regulations change from time to time and you need to know exactly what is current. These are found at http://www.mm2h.gov.my/

We used a good agent to make our application, at a time when only agents were permitted to deal with the authorities. If you prefer to use an agent, which is of course extremely convenient, especially if you are out of the country, you might contact(chats and email are free before you decide):

Ms El Ng,

Mobile : 6016-7170 858

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Jeromy Yap - Managing Director of Intrasource,

Mobile +6012 780 8777 Email : This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Right now you can go the whole route yourself, and we have friends who have successfully done this, a single lady on her own and a couple together. They came here for some time and saw to all the procedures themselves with the major hassle being that they had to go to Putra Jaya outside of KL a few times.

With the MM2H visa, you are not confined to living in Johor … but the advantages of Johor are obvious: - all the delights of vast sky space, lush green, flowing water and fresh air, warm and breezy climate, astonishing affordability in housing and daily cost of living, quality health care that is not anywhere as expensive as ‘home’, is closest in proximity to the conveniences of Singapore and to Changi International Airport, gentle Malay culture, a very warm and friendly multi-ethnic people, fabulous cooked food and the freshest, abundant seafood, fruit and vegetables, … and free travel from rainforest mountains to pure white sandy beaches in Johor itself and beyond within a big country. And if you choose to live over the Tuas link, you are into the heart of the Iskandar Development Region, with a stunning pleasure harbour and ...

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and HUGE new buildings and cities-within-the city.

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 27 June 2013 03:41