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High Commission of Malaysia in Nairobi, Kenya

The High Commission of Malaysia in Nairobi, Kenya as well as other Malaysia’s diplomatic representatives worldwide are under the custody of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia.

The High Commission of Malaysia in Nairobi, Kenya was established on 30th September 2005.

The High Commission is accredited to Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Burundi as well as Rwanda. The High Commission is also assumed a multilateral role and responsibility as the Permanent Mission of Malaysia to UNEP and UN-Habitat at the United Nations Offices at Nairobi (UNON). The last few years have seen continuous positive development in Malaysia–Kenya bilateral relations. Malaysian in Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Burundi and Kenya may renew their passports through the High Commission of Malaysia in Nairobi.

 
 


Applicants are advised to submit their applicants well ahead of time (e.g. 6 months before the passport expires or when the passport has 3 pages left) since the renewal also take a quite some times to be processed.

Requirements for passport renewal are as follows:

1. An application form (IM.42-Pin.1/97) – can be downloaded at www.imi.gov.my; (Must printed in A4 size paper on both side)
2. Malaysian International Passport (original and 2 photocopies of the main page and residence permit)
3. Birth Certificate (original and 2 photocopies) - for Malaysians under the age of 12
4. Identity Card (original and 2 photocopies)
5. 3 coloured photographs, size 3.5 cm x 5.0 cm
6. Fee: RM300 for 48 pages and RM600 for 64 pages. The validity of the passport would be 5 years.
7. For applicants below 12 years old and overseas students below 21 years old, passport fee is RM150.00

Processing takes three (3) to six (6) months depending on the approval by Passport Section, Immigration Malaysia Headquarters, Putrajaya.
 

 
High Commission of Malaysia in Nairobi, Kenya Location Map
High Commission of Malaysia in Nairobi, Kenya
Block 91/404
Gigiri Grove, Gigiri
00100 Nairobi
Kenya


Tel : +254 20 712 3373 / 3374 / 3375
Fax: +254 20 712 3371 / 3367

Email: malnairobi@kln.gov.my

Office Hours : Monday - Friday 8.30 am - 4.30 pm
Consular Hrs: Monday - Thursday 9.00 am - 12.00 pm
 
 

Lost of Travel Documents / Passport Abroad

All lost passport applications will be thoroughly investigated by the Immigration Department in Malaysia before any consideration can be made for its replacement. Passport is an important document therefore it must be in the safe custody of the holder at all times.

For the record, the production of a new passport due to loss usually takes a longer time as it is in the Immigration Department of Malaysia’s discretion when it will finish investigating the loss.

It is important for you to report a lost passport at the nearest police station. Some police stations do have a standard document property lost form but if not, kindly ask for a note or slip with the police station address printed on it and request them to fill in the report number.

Report the loss at the nearest Police Station and submit the report to the nearest Malaysian Mission.

Documents required to be submitted are as follows:
 
 

◦ A copy of the police report
◦ Other documents that can be used as proof of citizenship as such MyKad, Driving License,
Birth certificate & etc.

An Emergency Certificate will be issued by the Mission which would enable the person to travel home to Malaysia (one way trip).

Emergency Certificate

Requirements for the Emergency Certificate are as follows:

• Form (IM.42C) + Borang Permohonan Perakuan Cemas (IM.41) (Available at the
High Commission)
• Original Police Report
• 2 recent coloured photos (3.5 cm x 5.0 cm);
• Identity card;
• Birth certificate (if any);
• Evidence of RETURN air ticket to Malaysia
• Emergency Certificate fee of RM50.00

Other Services

The
High Commission also offers the following services and provides assistance in following cases:

• Registration of absent voters for qualified Malaysians in
Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Burundi and Kenya;
• Serving judicial documents to defendants in Malaysia or in
Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Burundi and Kenya;
• Obtaining diplomatic clearance for Malaysian aircrafts flying over or landing in the
Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Burundi and Kenya territory;
• Locating missing Malaysians in
Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Burundi and Kenya;
• Arrest of Malaysians in
Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Burundi and Kenya;
• Death of Malaysians in
Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Burundi and Kenya; and
• Emergency situation such as riot, flood, earthquake etc.

Notice to Malaysian

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia encourages all Malaysian travelers to register with their local High Commission or Consulate when arriving in a foreign country. Registration helps the High Commission to provide important services for Malaysian residing or traveling abroad.

Some of these services include:

* Locating individuals in cases of family or personal emergencies,
* Relaying important travel and safety information about the region,
* Arranging evacuation transportation in cases of natural disaster or civil unrest,
* Issuing replacement passports when originals are lost, and
* A number of other administrative services relating to personal documentation.

Without the information provided through registration, the
High Commission is severely hindered in its ability to provide these services. Many of these services involve emergency situations and time constraints, therefore failure to register will almost certainly lead to delays at moments when you can least afford them.

 

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