Malaysia rejects 90% of applications and freezes MM2H

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The Malaysian government has temporarily frozen the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) visa. All new applications are now on hold and the government has announced it will revise the programme.
 
This is the second time in two years the programme has been suspended, and representatives of the Malaysian My Second Home Consultants Association (MM2HCA) say 90% of the applications they submitted between September and November 2019 were rejected without any reasons or justifications. The current plan is to reopen the MM2H by December 2020, and the government have stressed the economic importance of the popular investment visa.
 

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