The Malaysia Premium Visa Programme (PVIP) is a long-term residency visa utilising the “Residency Through Investment” concept that allows foreigners to live, work, study, invest and reside in Malaysia for up to 20 years, with an option to extend for another 20 years thereafter.
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PVIP Malaysia is a long-term residency visa that enables investors, entrepreneurs, and foreign talents to live and work or study in Malaysia for up to 20 years.
Cannot, the RM 1 million must be placed as fixed deposit in the bank with no withdrawal allowed for the first year. However, you can withdraw RM 500,000 after a year, it could only be used for medical, education and purchasing real estate purposes. Interest issued by bank are allowed to withdraw for daily use.
Yes. Applications can only be process by an appointed PVIP agent who is registered with IDM. A list of appointed authorised agents is published on the IDM website.
Authorised PVIP Application Agencies
Yes. The Immigration Department accepts the Certificate of Good Conduct issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia for those who have resided in Malaysia for one (1) year and beyond. Kindly contact them via https://www.kln.gov.my/
Dependant(s) are as follows, and the pass is issued to the person who is related to the Principal Applicant: