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The Malaysian government has introduced a Premium Visa Program (PVIP) for investors to live and work in the country.
Additional Information: Foreign nationals can be of any age to apply for the PVIP and do not need to meet minimum stay requirements to qualify. More information regarding the PVIP is available here.
BAL Analysis: The Malaysian government introduced the new investor visa program to attract more investors, entrepreneurs and foreign talent to not only live in the country but to work and study as well. Previously, Malaysia’s investor visa program did not allow foreign nationals to work or study in the country.
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