Malaysian Visa for Indian Residents
The Malaysian government gives Indian nationals eager to visit Malaysia a unique opportunity to obtain e-visas (Multiple / Single-Entry Visa) or eNTRI (Single Entry) type visas. Indian nationals can enter and leave Malaysia on various occasions within the stated period with MEV (Multiple/ Single -Entry Visa) type visas. He/she submits to the visa requirements and statements. MEV (Multiple/ Single-Entry Visa) allows Indian nationals to remain awake within Malaysia for 30 days with no increase permitted.
Indian citizens may enter and leave Malaysia once within the stated time provided according to visa conditions with an eNTRI (Single Entry) type visa. In Malaysia, eNTRI allows Indian nationals to stay awake for 15 days with no extension permitted. Such forms of visas are issued for tourist purposes only.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What does e-VISA mean?
E-VISA is an online application phase that empowers outside nationals to apply for an electronic visa to enter Malaysia for comfort in their accommodation.
How much time would it take to get an e-VISA?
Processing takes 48 to 72 hours. This handling time of 48 to 72 hours refers only to working days and excludes occasions at the end of the week, public events, Malaysian occasions, and individual other explicit nations.
Likewise, the 48 to 72 hours of handling time excludes unexpected or wild times, counting, though not limited to, repair time of device support, breakdown of ISP equipment, failure of communication network, power dissatisfaction, typical situations, or war demonstrations.
What will the format for e-VISA /eNTRI printing?
Your e-VISA/eNTRI should be printed in either black or white contrasting A4 format paper.
What form of e-VISA is provided by the Department of Immigration to Indians?
E-VISA offers Indian Nationals Multiple-Entry Visa (MEV) and Single-Entry Visa (SEV) or eNTRI single entry for a venture into Malaysia with 15 days to 30 days for each visit without any extension.
If I have more than one document, how will I upload for my flight tickets?
If you have many documents e.g., hotel booking or air tickets, merge all the documents into one PDF file and submit them to the required area of your e-VISA application afterward.
If I don't have a family name or a given name in my passport, how do I fill in the last name field?
The last name and given names are not required fields. Fill in the information/details precisely according to the current passport if you do not mind (for example, if an applicant has no last name or surname in their passport, leave the 'Family Name' or 'Given Name' field clear sympathetically.)
How will I write the cover letter for my application for an eNTRI/e-VISA? What is the Cover Letter specification?
For these cover letters, there are no unique configurations. An introductory letter is fitting to write. Tending and clarifying the requirements for them to survey the Immigration Officer.
What are the e-VISA prerequisites?
If you guarantee that the accompanying documents are needed to apply for an e-visa, it will be better to: -
- Ongoing passport size photograph.
- The First page of Passport.
- Return flight booking confirmed.
- Certificate of birth for minor candidates.
- Confirmation of accommodation.
- Other documents that depend on the country of the applicant
What does eNTRI mean?
Electronic Travel Registration and Information (eNTRI) is an online enlistment facility offered by Malaysia's government under the Visa Waiver Program to facilitate the entry of Indian nationals into Malaysia. As proof of registration, an eNTRI Note will be issued, and it is appropriate to incorporate it upon arrival in Malaysia.
How long will an eNTRI Note allow me to stay in Malaysia?
You must remain awake with the eNTRI Note for a total of 15 days and be subject to Malaysian laws when you reach the country. The requirement to stay within the stated period in Malaysia comes under your responsibility.
I found that corrections are required for a part of the information I provided in the eNTRI application. How would I correct it?
Before paying for the visa fees, you can review and edit your details accordingly on the eNTRI application page. If you already submitted your application with wrong information, contact our support staff immediately through chat, email or call and tell them your mistakes to be corrected.
I realized that a portion of the given data was incorrect and required correction after receiving the approved eNTRI Notice. How would I react?
You should apply for a new e-VISA because, once the eNTRI has been issued, you cannot re-apply eNTRI within 45 Days.
What are the records that could be reviewed at the Malaysian Entry designated checkpoints upon my landing?
The following are the documents that must be submitted upon landing at the Specified Entry Points of Entry in Malaysia:
- Valid Passport
- Valid e-VISA printout
- Return Air Ticket
- During your visit to Malaysia, funds (Cash/Check/Debit Traveler's or Credit Cards) cover your expenses.
- Accommodation proof.
Which entry and exit designated checkpoints would be allowed in Malaysia if I now have an e-VISA?
Applicants residing within India are only permitted to enter Malaysia and leave Malaysia through the following entry/exit points:
1.) Via Air
- The Department of Immigration, Malaysia, approved all Malaysian air entry and exit points.
- King Iskandar Building Checkpoint for Immigration, Johor
- King Abu Bakar Checkpoint, Johor
- Checkpoint Padang Besar, Perlis
- Checkpoint Bukit Kayu Itam, Kedah
- Sungai Tujoh Checkpoint for Immigration, Sarawak
- Tedungan Immigration Checkpoint, Sarawakak Immigration
- Johor Bahru Railway Station, Johor Bahru Railway Station
Does it promise me to reach Malaysia with my eNTRI Note?
No, this eNTRI Notice doesn't guarantee that you're able to join Malaysia. A Malaysian Immigration Entry/Exit Officer who can confirm that you are eligible for any clarification under Malaysian law may check you upon arrival in Malaysia.
I've got more questions about the Malaysian visa. Where can I locate them?
Contact our support team if you have more questions here, and they will help you with your questions.