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    Arrow [HELP] Malaysia Embassy in SG (For Marriage Registeration)

    My wife is a Malaysian & Singapore PR.

    We've ROM in SG.

    Any buddy here know regarding the procedure of the Marriage Registeration in Malaysia Embassy & how to make appointment?

    What's the website?
    What the address?

    Thanks in advance~!
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    Default Re: [HELP] Malaysia Embassy in SG (For Marriage Registeration)

    you know how to use google right.....

    http://www.embassiesabroad.com/embas...Singapore#5957

    http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/place?...60825711523613


    6235 0111

    please call them to find out yourself.

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    Default Re: [HELP] Malaysia Embassy in SG (For Marriage Registeration)

    Quote Originally Posted by akszaksz View Post
    My wife is a Malaysian & Singapore PR.

    We've ROM in SG.

    Any buddy here know regarding the procedure of the Marriage Registeration in Malaysia Embassy & how to make appointment?

    What's the website?
    What the address?

    Thanks in advance~!
    I assume you also want to get your marriage registered and recognised in Malaysia, are u? Since you have already registered your marriage in ROM here, there is no requirement to also register your marriage to be recognised back home. A marriage certificate should be recognised anywhere.

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    Default Re: [HELP] Malaysia Embassy in SG (For Marriage Registeration)

    Bring along the original ROM cert, NRIC for both and photocopies. Proceed to Malaysia embassy and there is one or two counter that handle this. Do note that there is a certain fee (sorry cant remember how much)(Also if I not wrong, the counter only operates between 8am - 12pm).

    I remember clearly that if a malaysian ROM elsewhere, they have to report to embassy and register, if not, he or she might ganna penatly. (within one year starting from ROM date)

    Hope this helps and enjoy the long Q there!

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