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This office will be closed on Monday 30 May 2016
for the occasion of Bank Holiday that fall on Monday 30 May 2016
We will be opened again on Tuesday 31 May 2016
Kerajaan telah membuat keputusan bahawa mulai 1 Januari 2014, semua pelajar antarabangsa yang telah diluluskan pas pelajar PERLU mendapatkan visa untuk memasuki Negara bagi tujuan belajar. Keputusan ini melibatkan pelajar-pelajar antarabangsa dari semua Negara sama ada yang memerlukan visa ataupun tidak untuk memasuki Malaysia.
Telah Dikemaskini pada Khamis, 16 Januari 2014 04:11
Monday - Friday
Except Public Holiday
Visa and New Passport will be issued on the same day
Submission: 9.00 - 12.00 Noon
Collection : 15.00-16.00
No Booking or Appointment Required
No Postage or online application
The Malaysian Biometric Passport and Visa to Enter Malaysia will be issued on the same day upon complete submission as well as meeting immigration requirements.
No booking or appointment required.
All applicants will be attended by a queue number system.
but for VISA need one photo
Ramadan (also known as Ramadhan or Ramzan) is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. It is a time when Muslims around the world focus on prayer, fasting, giving to charity, and religious devotion. The last third of Ramadan is a particularly holy period, as it commemorates when the Koran's (Qu'ran) first verses were revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (Mohammad or Muhammed)
Ramadan in 2016 will start on Monday, the 6th of June and will continue for 30 days until Tuesday, the 5th of July.
Note that in the Muslim calander, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day, so observing Muslims will celebrate Ramadan on the sunset of Sunday, the 5th of June.
Although Ramadan is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year, since the Gregorian calendar is a solar calendar and the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar. This difference means Ramadan moves in the Gregorian calendar approximately 11 days every year. The date of Ramadan may also vary from country to country depending on whether the moon has been sighted or not.
Note that these dates are based on astronomical calculations to affirm each date, and not on the actual sighting of the moon with the naked eyes. This approach is accepted by many, but is still being hotly debated.