Attest documents for use in Malaysia

Certify documents issued in over 100 countries for official use in Malaysia

Certify documents issued in over 100 countries for official use in Malaysia

Isarey works across multiple jurisdictions to legalize international documents so that they are valid for submission to Malaysian authorities.

We legalize all types of official documents for use in Malaysia, including identity documents, birth and marriage certificates, criminal record certificates, academic diplomas and corporate documents.

We work locally with certification specialists, notaries, law firms and certifiedMalay and Englishtranslators in over 100 countries, certifying documents for use in Malaysia, including documents issued in:

Malaysia is not a signatory to the Apostille Convention. This means that documents issued in other countries must be legalized first by the authorities of the issuing country (normally the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and additionally by the local Malaysian embassy or consulate.

If you have documents issued in Malaysia:

Isarey also certifies documents issued in Malaysia for use abroad, including Malaysian birth, death and marriage certificates, diplomas and criminal record certificates. For further information, please see:

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Certified Translation

When documents are written in a language that is not an official language of Malaysia, then a certified translation may also be required. It is important to ensure that the certified translation is valid for use in Malaysia. Translations not done in Malaysia may require separate legalization alongside the original document.

Isarey provides document attestation services to private, corporate and institutional clients worldwide. Our presence in different jurisdictions and our local experience and expertise dealing directly with authorities and embassies in different countries means we can save you time, frustration and money, ensuring that documents are properly prepared so that they are accepted by Malaysian authorities.

To find out about certifying documents for use in Malaysia, use our online quotation form or email us a scan or description of the documents you need to certify. We will get back to you directly with a quotation and details of how to proceed:

6 steps to certify document for use in Malaysia

  1. Upload the documents you need attested or send them to us by email.
  2. Our experts will pre-check your documents to ensure that they are eligible for Apostille certification or consular legalization in the country where they are issued, and we’ll assist you locally in preparing them if required.
  3. We’ll send you a quotation with the total cost of the process (final price including all fees, certified translation when required and courier costs) and an estimation of how long the process will take to complete.
  4. We’ll arrange a secure courier to collect your original documents (where electronic versions are not sufficient).
  5. As soon as we receive your documents, we will confirm your order and proceed with the attestation process. Where appropriate, we will arrange certified copies for the attestation process so that we can return your originals directly.
  6. We return the attested documents to you by secure international courier.

Malaysia Resources

Malaysian news and resources: visas, business and immigration

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Malaysia Visa and Immigration Resources
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Malaysia - UK Foreign travel advice
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This advice reflects the UK government’s understanding of current rules for people travelling on a full ‘British citizen’ passport from the UK, for the most common types of travel to Malaysia.
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Living in Malaysia
Right arrowwww.gov.uk
Information for British citizens moving to or living in Malaysia, including guidance on residency, healthcare and driving.
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Malaysia travel advice
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Travel Advice and Advisories from the Government of Canada for Malaysia.
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Malaysia Embassies and Consulates
Malaysian diplomatic missions abroad
Right arrowwww.kln.gov.my
Malaysian embassies and consulates abroad
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Malaysia Doing Business
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Malaysia - Country Commercial Guide
Right arrowwww.trade.gov
Discusses key Malaysian economic indicators and trade statistics, which countries are dominant in the market, and other issues that affect trade.
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Malaysia Visa and Immigration News
Malaysia opens new post-study visa option for degree graduates
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Effective 1 December 2023, Malaysia introduced a package of new visa settings designed to make it easier for visitors and students to enter the country.
Malaysia Residence By Investment Factsheet
Right arrowwww.iexpats.com
With varied programmes, including Malaysia My Second Home scheme (MM2H), it has become a sought-after destination with favourable tax treatments, excellent education, healthcare and infrastructure, and a welcoming, incredibly friendly culture renowned for its hospitality.
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New Requirements for Hiring a Foreign Employee in Malaysia
Right arrowwww.aseanbriefing.com
Companies in Malaysia should note the change in requirements for hiring a foreign employee in the country. Employers must now seek prior approval from the countrys Director General of Labour.
Visa requirements for visiting Malaysia
Right arrowwww.lonelyplanet.com
A great place for impulsive travelers, many nationals can enter Malaysia visa-free for up to 90 days. Heres everything you need to know about visas.
Malaysia Issues FAQs On COVID-19 Tax Residency Issues
Right arrowwww.tax-news.com
The Government of Malaysia has issued new FAQs on international tax issues relating to COVID-19 travel restrictions. .
Indian and Chinese holidaymakers will now be able to travel without a tourist visa to Malaysia
Right arrowwww.malaymail.com
Starting January 2020, tourists from China and India will be able to visit Malaysia without needing to apply for a tourist visa beforehand. The exemption is valid for the entire year until December 2020.
Malaysia Visa on Arrival: Pros and Cons
Right arrow www.latinpost.com
To boost tourism, the process of acquiring a Malaysian Visa is now far more straightforward. The Malaysian government developed new regulations for electronic Visas, also known as a Malaysia eVisa, and the Malaysia Visa on Arrival.
Malaysia offers free 15-day online visa for Indians
Right arrowwww.businesstraveller.com
This is available via the Malaysian governments Electronic Travel Registration and Information (eNTRI) programme.
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Malaysia Trade and Business News
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Malaysia among top destinations for Chinese buyers, western expatriates
Right arrowwww.malaymail.com
Chinese homebuyers have upgraded Malaysia to the sixth most popular destination in the first half of 2023 (1H 2023), while a survey by global expat organisation InterNations comprising 12,000 respondents has found that Western expatriates rank Malaysia as the fourth best place in the world.
Malaysia signs joint FTA extension with Turkey
Right arrowwww.thestar.com.my
Malaysia and Turkey have signed a joint declaration on the expansion of the free trade agreement or FTA between the two governments to reinforce the mandate in pursuing the expansion of the agreement to include chapters on services, investment and e-commerce.
The real winners of the US-China trade dispute
Right arrowwww.dw.com
With tariffs on Chinese products high, US importers are turning to other countries. A DW analysis shows where Americans are now buying their cell phones, computers, furniture and clothing from instead.
Malaysia's 2021 budget to support businesses, economic recovery
Right arrowwww.channelnewsasia.com
Malaysia unveils its 2021 budget on Friday (Nov 6), and businesses can expect an expansionary budget, with the aim of supporting them and boosting the sagging economy.
Malaysia ideal location for foreign companies seeking to relocate, expand investments
Right arrowwww.thesundaily.my
Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) anticipates that foreign investors will continue to leverage Malaysia to expand their footprint in this region albeit the challenges and uncertainty in the global economy caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Malaysia's Healthcare Sector: A Rising Giant in ASEAN
Right arrowwww.aseanbriefing.com
Malaysia operates an internationally lauded healthcare system, fueled by investments in world-class facilities and quality human resources.
Malaysia needs to upgrade economy to escape middle-income trap: Fitch
Right arrowwww.businesstimes.com.sg
MALAYSIA'S average real gross domestic product (GDP) is likely to slow to just 3.4 per cent over the coming decade, and it should upgrade its economy so it can escape the middle-income trap.
A Guide To Corporate Migration
Right arrowwww.mondaq.com
Substance is used in assessing cross-border tax situations that call into question the level of operational activity and decision-making process that is conducted in a jurisdiction.
Malaysia has highest percentage of digital consumers in Asean
Right arrowwww.thestar.com.my
Malaysia is keeping pace with Southeast Asias digital transformation by recording the highest percentage of digital consumers with 83 per cent of its population (aged 15 years and above), based on a study titled Digital Consumers of Tomorrow, Here Today
Malaysian firms remain upbeat on business outlook
Right arrowwww.nst.com.my
Business sentiment among Malaysia companies has increased for the fourth consecutive quarter in Q1 this year, according to Dun and Bradstreet.
Rapid technology growth boosts Malaysias gaming sector
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MALAYSIA is well-positioned to be the number one player within the vice business among the future few years, following the zoom of technology like computer science and video game.
Kazakhstan, Malaysia mutually interested in bilateral cooperation deepening
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Kazakhstan and Malaysia expressed mutual interest in the further deepening of the bilateral political cooperation.

The above links are provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; Isarey bears no responsibility for the accuracy, content or policies of external websites.

Get a Quotation for your Documents

We price each certification process individually, depending on the type and quantity of documents to be attested, the country of issue, the country of use and intended purpose, urgency, whether certified translations are required as part of the process and courier costs.

To receive a quote, you can upload your documents using our online quotation form or send us your documents by email. After reviewing your documents and requirements, we will get back to you with a quotation:

If you don’t have the documents available, just describe the documents you need to certify, and we will get back to you with an estimation of cost and delivery times.

Using our quotation form, your documents will be uploaded over a secure connection and immediately encrypted on our server. For added protection, you can upload password-protected files ( PDFExternal link (opens in new tab), Microsoft Office 365: Save a password protected document to prevent unauthorized people from opening it. Office DocumentsExternal link (opens in new tab), WinRAR Encryption Frequently asked question (FAQ) RAR foldersExternal link (opens in new tab)) and provide us with the passwords separately.

PERSONAL DATA: If your documents contain personal data belonging to people outside your household, please ensure that you are authorised to share this data before uploading your documents. If your documents contain sensitive personal data, such as biometric data, medical data or data on criminal convictions, please ensure that you indicate this when prompted, upon submitting your documents. For further information on our processing of personal data contained in uploaded documents, please see:
Privacy Policy (Customer Inquiries)

For further information on confidentiality in our handling of document content please see:
Confidentiality (Client Content)

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