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The Malaysian government has announced that foreign nationals who hold a Long-Term Visit Pass will be able to enter the country without having to apply through My Travel Pass (MTP) or MyEntry.
Additional Information: Individuals who hold a Social Visit Pass, expired Long-Term Visit Pass, Application for Employment Pass (Category I, II, III)/Resident Pass-Talent (RP-T)/Dependents/Foreign Maid and Professional Visit Pass (newly approved) or Short-Term Business Traveler Pass must apply through MTP or MyEntry before entering the country.
BAL Analysis: Malaysian entry procedures remain subject to existing immigration rules, health protocols and quarantine requirements implemented by the Ministry of Health. BAL will continue to monitor entry procedure developments and will provide more information as it becomes available.
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