Malaysia’s New 20-Year Residence Permit
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Malaysian government welcomes foreigners in an all-new Malaysian visa initiative — a “residency through investment” program.
Officially known as the Premium Visa Programme (PVIP), the pass seeks to welcome wealthy foreigners to invest in the nation and reside here for a period of 20 years, says Home Minister Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin.
In this video, Andrew shares all the details.
0:16 Living in Malaysia
1:17 Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H)
2:30 Malaysia vs.Thailand
5:56 Malaysia’s New 20-Year Residence Permit
Andrew is reading this article: https://www.imidaily.com/progr....am-updates/malaysias
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