There are currently three schemes going on, and one in the pipeline — having its policies approved “in principle”
KUALA LUMPUR (March 4): By now, foreigners interested in moving to Malaysia via the country’s visa programmes will most probably be a bit overwhelmed by the myriad “choices” available.
There are currently three schemes going on, and one in the pipeline — having its policies approved “in principle”.
The three ongoing programmes are the national Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) scheme and the Premium Visa Programme (PVIP) by the federal government, and the Sarawak MM2H.
Meanwhile, it was announced recently that the relevant authority has approved in principle the policies for the setting up of the Sabah MM2H.
Below is a table to allow you to take in the major details of the MM2Hs (including the previously replaced national MM2H for comparison) and the PVIP.