The Malaysia High
Commission Abuja will no longer accept visa application. Applicant(s)
applying for Malaysia visa are advised to apply in person at OSC
(Malaysia Visa application Centre) Abuja.

3rd Floor Sterling Bank Plaza,
Plot 1083 Mohammedu Buhari Way,
Central Business District,
Abuja –Nigeria.

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Malaysia is a beautiful country, full of natural beauty, scenic
attractions and friendly people. Kuala Lumpur is the capital city and
the country is one of the most visited countries in Asia. You will need a
visa for entry into the country and you have to undergo certain
processes before you can acquire a visa and roam at will in the streets
of Malaysia.

Are you interested in visiting Malaysia? Before you can apply for a Malaysia visa, you need a valid Nigerian
Immigration passport (validity of at least 30 days after the intended
stay).

You can easily apply for an immigration passport online or go to
the nearest Immigration office in your state or city.

Types of Visa

There are two types of visa:

1. VWTR – Visa Without Reference
2. VWR – Visa With Reference

‘Visa without Reference’ is granted to people who will like to visit
Malaysia for a vacation, to visit a relative or to study, while ‘Visa
with Reference’
is granted to people who want to visit Malaysia for
business or investment only and this type of visa can only be approved
by Immigration Department of Malaysia.

The most common type of visa is the visiting visa – ‘Visa Without
Reference’. Such visas are issued for short or temporary visits and the
purpose of the visit may be to study, visit families/relatives,
vacation/holiday, transit visa (just passing through Malaysia).

Visa Requirements for ‘Visa Without Reference

  1. Valid Immigration passport and 2 photocopies of passport page
  2. Filled Application form (Form IMM.47) (2 copies)
  3. Two (2) passport size photograph of applicant
  4. Valid return flight ticket (2 photocopies)
  5. Invitation letter from family and friends (if any)
  6. Financial Statement
  7. Payment of visa fee

Note: This type of visa is required for social visit only. Applicants
will be given a maximum stay of 14 days and no extension is allowed.

Visa Requirement for Visa With Reference

This type of visa is issued by Malaysian Consulate in Nigeria after
your application has been approved by Department of Immigration
Malaysia.

  1. Original approval letter from Department of Immigration Malaysia ( plus 2 photocopies)
  2. Valid Immigration passport (plus 2 photocopies of passport page)
  3. Application form (Form IMM.47) plus 2 photocopies.
  4. Two (2) passport size photograph of applicant
  5. Valid and confirmed Return Flight Ticket
  6. Payment of visa fee

Note: This type of visa is issued for those visiting
Malaysia for business purpose. Such visit MUST be sponsored by a local
business or company in Malaysia.

The sponsor must pay a deposit of RM
2000 per applicant to the Immigration Department of Malaysia. Applicant
will be given a maximum 30 days of stay and no extension is allowed.

How to Apply for a Malaysian Visa

You can apply for a Malaysian visa at Malaysia High Commission in
Abuja. The application process is easy and not stressful if you can
provide all the required documents. Applicants are required to submit
their applications personally.

Visa Processing and Collection

Malaysia application processing is resolved within 4 to 6 working
days of the application submission. You can submit your application from
Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 12.30pm.

Collection time is between 4pm to 5pm from Monday to Friday except on public holidays.

Malaysia Embassy Address in Nigeria

No. 4A, Plot 2232 B, Rio Negro Close,
off Yedseram Street, Maitama, Abuja
Telephone: +234-9-780 9379
Email: malabuja@kln.gov.my