FAQs About the Employment Pass
1. What documents are required for the application for the extension of a Pass?
In order to apply for the extension of a Pass please provide: -
1. Copy of salary slips (the last 3 months)
2. Copy of receipts from the income tax department for expatriates
3. Completed DP4 Form with EPF payment slip attached
Note: All copies must be certified by the management company
2. What documents are required when appealing to the EC?
The required documents are:
1. Letter of Authority from the company
2. Completed DP10 form
3. Letter of Appeal that explains the company's activities and the justification of the position
4. Letter/Document of support from the employer / company in the related field/ activity
3. What passes are issued to dependants?
A: Dependant Pass
1. Expatriate’s wife or husband
2.Child of expatriate under the age of 21 years
3. Legally adopted child
4. Disabled child
B. Social Visit Pass
1. Expatriate’s parents
2. Common law wife (certified by the Embassy)
3. Child over 21 years old
4. Step child
C. Social Visit Pass (Long Term)
1. Expatriate’s wife or husband (Temporary Work Pass holders)
2. Child over 21 years old
Submit proof of relationship that is certified by the Embassy / court for all applications.
4. Can the wife of an expatriate work?
Yes. The husband / wife of an expatriate holding the Dependant Pass is allowed to work without having to change the Dependant Pass to the Employment Pass as long as he/she has received the endorsement for work from the Immigration Department of Malaysia.
5. What should be in the work contract ?
2. Duration of contract
4. Employer and expatriate’s signatures
6. I have a Masters in Engineering and am interested in working in Malaysia. What are the conditions and procedures for submitting applications?
First get an offer of work in Malaysia and your application should be made by your employer. You are allowed to enter Malaysia when the application is approved.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 March 2012 04:13