Malaysia Residence Programme Suspension Lifted

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The Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) residence programme had been running for over 16 years with over 40,000 applicants. It was suspended by the authorities last year due to some security matters over the regulations of the programme in line with the immigration law, but now, after several months’ suspension, the MM2H programme is back on track for individuals who wish to invest in Malaysia.

The MM2H has been one of the most popular residency programmes for almost two decades now and it is still attracting many more residents.

The programme comes with new guidelines and regulations that investors will have to adhere to in order to qualify.

The new requirements for MM2H are set out on the government website, some that have been effective from February 2019 and many that came into effect in March 2019. The new requirements include passport pictures, proof of offshore income, letter of good conduct and certified true copies of documents provided.

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