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Name of the Organization : National Registration Department of Malaysia
Type of Facility : Application For Identity Card MyKad/MyPR For Children Aged 12/First Time For Non-Citizens
Country : Malaysia

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Website : http://www.jpn.gov.my/en/perkhidmatan/permohonan-kad-pengenalan-mypr-kanak-kanak-12-tahun-atau-kali-pertama-bukan-warganegara/

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Application For Identity Card MyKad/MyPR For Children Aged 12/First Time For Non-Citizens:

Reason For Application:

Regulation 3 of the National Registration Regulations 1990 (Amendment 2007) states that a permanent resident is required to register for the identity card within 30 days of attaining age 12, or of the reference date of the entry permit issued by the Immigration Department of Malaysia.

The applicant must be aged 12 or above.

Application Conditions:

1. Applicants who are aged 12 or older but not yet 16 must be accompanied by a sponsor. (Sponsor: parent or *guardian. *The guardian could be the grandfather, grandmother, aunt, uncle, elder sister or brother who is over 21.)
2. The applicant must go to either the Putrajaya NRD Headquarters or the State NRD Headquarters only.
3. Application Form JPN.KP01 (obtainable from the NRD counter) must be completed.
4. The application must be submitted within 30 days of the applicant attaining the age of 12, or of the entry permit reference date (oval stamp). Otherwise, a processing fee will be imposed.

Application Procedure:

The applicant is required to go to the counter at the NRD Headquarters or the State NRD Headquarters with the necessary documents (originals and copies).

Documents Required (Originals And Copies):

1. Application For Identity Card (Mypr) For Children Aged 12 Who Are Permanent Residents:
1.1. Applicant’s Documents (Originals And Copies)
1.1.1. Birth Certificate or Adoption Certificate (application for children aged 12 who are permanent residents and born in Malaysia)
1.1.2. Entry permit
1.1.3. International passport
1.2. Sponsor’s Documents (Originals And Copies)
1.2.1. Identity card.
1.2.2. A guardian who is not a relative of the applicant must bring along the document confirming guardianship from the Department of Social Welfare
1.2.3. Passport from country of origin for non-citizen sponsor

2. Application For Identity Card (Mypr) For First Time For Permanent Residents:
2.1. Applicant’s Documents (Originals And Copies)
2.1.1. Entry permit.
2.1.2. Valid international passport.

FAQs :
I am 17 years old. When should I change my identity card?Any person who obtained his/her first identity card at the age of 12 is required to change to a new identity card on attaining the age of 18. If the change is made within the age of 18-25, no fine will be imposed.
Any person who obtained his/her first identity card at the age of 12 is required to change to a new identity card on attaining the age of 18. If the change is made within the age of 18-25, no fine will be imposed.

I am 25 and I do not have an identity card. What should I do?
Those who have attained the age of 16 and above but have not applied for an identity card are advised to go to the nearest NRD office to make a late application.

The applicant and sponsor must attend an interview, and bring along the following documents :
** Birth certificate/certificate of adoption/Form W of the applicant
** Entry permit/citizenship status confirmation form (if applicable)
** Identity card of the sponsor

I am a foreigner and have an entry permit from the Immigration Department of Malaysia. Am I eligible to apply for an identity card? What are the requirements for the application of identity card?
You are eligible to apply for an identity card with permanent resident status (red). You need to bring along your passport and entry permit and copies of both documents as well as an application fee of RM40.00.

The application can be made only at the Putrajaya NRD Headquarters and state NRD headquarters.

Will there be a fee incurred if the chip on my identity card is damaged?
If the chip is damaged within the first year not deliberarely or through misuse, a replacement card will be issued at no charge, but if the card is more than a year old, then a replacement fee of RM10.00 will be imposed.

What is the fee incurred if I lose my identity card?
The replacement fee for a lost identity card depends on the number of times it is lost. Refer to the payment schedule.

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