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How to Contact the Malaysian Consulate in New York?

The Malaysian Consulate General in New York has opened up channels of communication and has revitalized the way Malaysian-Americans operate. It has also provided Malaysians living abroad with a great way to revitalize and disseminate important information, as well as to improve interactions within the greater Malaysian diaspora. 

Currently, there are 17 states under the Consulate General of Malaysia, New York’s jurisdiction:

  • New York
  • Arkansas
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Iowa
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • Oklahoma
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont
  • Wisconsin

If you do not live in any of these states, other consulates/embassies might serve you better.

Consular Services of the Malaysian Consulate in New York

  • Passport Renewal
  • Visa Processing
  • Document Legalization

How to Obtain or Renew a Malaysian Passport?

Bring the following documents:

  • Current passport
  • Malaysian identification card
  • Proof of legal status in the United States

For children’s passports, include:

  • Mykid or Mykad of the children
  • A copy of the father or mother’s Malaysian Identity Card
  • A completed and signed Registration of Malaysian Citizen’s Proof in the form for the United States

Pay the following fees:

  • Normal Applicants (13-59) — 70 USD
  • Senior Citizens (60+) — 35 USD
  • Children (12 and below) — 35 USD
  • Disabilities/Malaysian OKU Card — Free

How to Report a Lost Malaysian Passport?

Prepare the following documents:

  1. “Report of Lost Passport” application form
  2. “Borang Permohonan Passport” form
  3. A copy of your original Malaysian identification card
  4. A copy of your US permanent resident card or any other document verifying your status in the United States
  5. An original letter from your employer or school confirming your present employment or studies
  6. A police report indicating the loss of your passport (an original and a copy)
  7. A completed Registration of Malaysian Citizens in the US form

How to Apply for an Emergency Certificate of Malaysia?

An Emergency Certificate of Malaysia is accepted for transit purposes, when you intend to move onwards to Hong Kong, Turkey, or the United Kingdom. To apply for one, you must prepare:

  1. A copy of your airline ticket from the US to Malaysia
  2. A copy of your passport or a copy of your Malaysian identification card and/or birth certificate
  3. An original or copy of your US permanent resident card
  4. 2 passport size photographs
  5. A fee of US 18 dollars in cash or money order

Apply for a Malaysian Visa as a Foreigner

To apply for a Malaysian document as a foreigner, you must file the following documents:

  1. A Visa Application form
  2. Your passport and a copy of your passport
  3. Original permanent resident card and a copy of your US Visa
  4. Two recent passport size photographs
  5. A copy of a confirmed flight itinerary showing dates of arrival to and from Malaysia
  6. A copy of any hotel reservations or proof of accommodation in Malaysia
  7. A copy of any employment letters if relevant
  8. A copy of your most recent bank statement, you must have a minimum of USD 500 per month you plan on staying

How to Contact the Malaysian Embassy in New York?

Address The Malaysian Consulate General of New York

313 43rd St

New York, NY


Phone 212-490-2723
Fax 212-490-2049
Email General Inquiries:

Visa Inquiries:

Office Hours Monday to Friday

9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Location/Landmarks The Consulate General of Malaysia in New York is located in the borough of Manhattan, near East 45th Street. The closest landmark is the Chrysler Building.

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