On the day of the appointment, the High Commission of Malaysia in Singapore validates all original documents, such as the original Malaysian passport, original Malaysian identification card, and Singapore NRIC or work pass.
The applicant must contact the Malaysian High Commission in Singapore if they have lost their Malaysian identification card. When the High Commission has granted the application, it may be submitted electronically for renewal and a copy of the Police FIR as IC Lost.
The email address for the Malaysian High Commission in Singapore is firstname.lastname@example.org.
If renewed online in Singapore, the new Malaysian passport must be obtained at the Malaysian High Commission in Singapore, 301 Jervois Road, Singapore 2490777.
In the case of an emergency, if a renewal application for a Malaysian passport is submitted in Singapore, the applicant must call the Malaysian Immigration Department regardless of where the access is to be collected.
The following information pertains to the Malaysian High Commission in Singapore and the renewal of Malaysian passports.
The address is 301 Jervois Road, Singapore 249077.
Email address: email@example.com
+65 – 6887 6256 / 6887 6258 / 6887 6295 / 6887 6284 / 6887 6243
Tiong Bahru or Redhill MRT stations are the closest stations.
Valley Point Building is the location of the closest bus stop.
Malaysian passports valid for more than a year cannot be renewed online at the Malaysian High Commission in Singapore.
Applicants may thus either wait for the renewal time to expire or contact the Malaysian High Commission in Singapore using the information provided on this website.
Applicants should be informed that minors under 18 in Singapore cannot renew their Malaysian passports online. However, a child can easily continue their Malaysian access at the Malaysian High Commission in Singapore.
Candidates may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A form is accessible at Guard Post @High Commission of Malaysia Building, 301 Jervois Road, Singapore 2490777.
The applicant must complete the form with the following information:
- The candidate's name
- Malaysian Identification Card Number OR Birth Certificate / Borang W, H, or I (For children below 12 years old)
Email address of the applicant or parents
- Contact details for Singapore
Candidates must possess
- An authentic Malaysian passport
- Malaysian original IC,
– Original Singaporean NRIC or work pass
— Soft copy (digital copy) of photograph with the white backdrop
If they intend to renew their Malaysian passport in Singapore.
Applicants should dress appropriately when taking pictures for the online renewal of a Malaysian passport in Singapore.
The following are guidelines to consider when photographing.
– A dark shirt (black or dark blue preferred) with a closed or collared neck.
The hair must be nicely combed to reveal the eyebrows, forehead, and ears.
- The candidate must not be wearing glasses or eyeglasses.
- The applicant's mouth must be closed, with no teeth showing.
- The lighting should be uniform, and selfies are prohibited.
The applicant must be physically present in Singapore to obtain a renewed Malaysian passport.
On the day of the appointment, the Malaysian High Commission verifies all original papers and collects biometric information from the candidate. Consequently, candidates must travel to Singapore to manage their renewed Malaysian passports.
Yes, Malaysian citizens with a valid Approval or an extended or temporary work permit issued by the Singapore Ministry of Manpower can renew their passports online in Singapore.
Only Singapore citizens with a valid permanent resident status or valid work permit status in Singapore can renew their Malaysian passport in Singapore.
If the applicant is not a Singapore resident and wishes to renew their Malaysian passport in Singapore, they must submit an application to the Malaysian High Commission in Singapore.
Send an email to email@example.com if you wish to apply.