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US Visa for Malaysians

US Visa for Malaysians
iVisa | Updated on Jul 08, 2019

Malaysian passport holders can travel to some nations by getting an electronic visa beforehand, but there are protocols specific to each country you should be aware of while planning your trip. Below, you will find information about rules, regulations, requirements, and upcoming changes for Malaysians wishing to travel to the United States.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

I have a Malaysian passport, do I need a visa to visit the United States?

Yes, as a Malaysian wishing to travel to the US you will need a visa to enter the country. Depending on the purpose of your travel, you will need to apply for a specific type of visa.

Can I get my visa to the US from iVisa?

Unfortunately, currently, iVisa does not offer the service to apply for a US visa for Malaysians. However, we provide resources to help you go through the process of obtaining your traditional visa through the US Embassy like information about the visa and where to get it.

What information about the US Visa for Malaysian can I get from iVisa?

We are available to provide further guidance to help ensure you know what information you will need to provide the US embassy staff as well as what questions you should ask. This will help ensure you select the correct visa for your travel to America. You can apply directly through the US Department of State website if you do not wish to receive guidance on the process.

What services do we offer to help Malaysians prepare for their trips to the United States?

We provide information about the location of the Embassy and can answer other specific questions about the things that you can and cannot legally bring to your visa appointment at the US Embassy in Kuala Lumpur. Our 24/7 chat and phone lines from iVisa are available to help make the process as painless as possible.

Where is the US Embassy in Malaysia?

The US Embassy is in Kuala Lumpur. You will be guided through the process of determining what kind of visa you need. For more information, click here.

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