Emergency Certificate – Jabatan Imigresen Malaysia

Emergency Certificate document is issued to Malaysian Citizens under circumstances such as in cases of lost passport abroad, persons who have been repatriated to Malaysia on Government expenses and for Malaysian in case where Malaysia Passport cannot be issued within the stipulated period.

Validity of Emergency Certificate

Valid for Single Journey to countries mentioned therein for the period of 12 months

Conditions for Emergency Certificate

  • Form F- Im.42-pin 1/97
  • Payment of RM50.00 per person
  • Documentary evidence of Malaysian status
  • Two (2) photographs of applicant measuring 3.5 cm x 5.0 cm

Required Documents for Emergency Certificate

Applicant is 18 years and above:

  • Identification Card or
  • Police / Army Identity Card

Applicant is Below 18 years and those who are married:

  • Identification Card
  • Marriage Certificate

Applicant is Below 18 years – Father still alive:

  • Identification Card (if any)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Father’s Identification Card

Applicant is Below 18 years – Father (Deceased):

  • Identification Card (if any)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Father’s Death Certificate
  • Mother’s Identification Card

Applicant is Below 18 years – Parents (Deceased):

  • Identification Card (if any)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Parents’ Death Certificate
  • Statutory Declaration of Guardianship

Applicant is Below 18 years – Parents Separated (Father cannot be contacted):

  • Identification Card
  • Birth Certificate
  • Mother’s Identification Card
  • Court’s Order
  • Statutory Declaration by mother

Applicant is Below 18 years – Adopted Child:

  • Identification Card (if any)
  • Identification Card of legal Guardian
  • Certificate of Adoption certifying child’s citizenship status

Fee for Emergency Certificate

RM50.00

Source: http://www.imi.gov.my/index.php/en/certification/emergency-certificate