Lost of Travel
Documents / Passport Abroad
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,
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).
Requirements for the Emergency Certificate are as follows:
• Form (IM.42C) + Borang Permohonan Perakuan Cemas (IM.41) (Available at
• 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
The Consulate also offers the following services and provides assistance in
• Registration of absent voters for qualified Malaysians in Saudi Arabia;
• Serving judicial documents to defendants in Malaysia or in Saudi Arabia;
• Obtaining diplomatic clearance for Malaysian aircrafts flying over or
landing in the Saudi Arabia territory;
• Locating missing Malaysians in Saudi Arabia;
• Arrest of Malaysians in Saudi Arabia;
• Death of Malaysians in Saudi Arabia; 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 Embassy or Consulate when arriving
in a foreign country. Registration helps the Embassy 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
* Issuing replacement passports when originals are lost, and
* A number of other administrative services relating to personal
Without the information provided through registration, the Embassy 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.