Malaysia MM2H

Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) is a long-term residence visa program launched by the Malaysian government to encourage foreigners to live in Malaysia. It has the advantages of simple processing conditions, low net cost, simple procedures, deposit status, and fast processing. The number of applicants for this program has been soaring since its first launch, making it one of the most popular programs in the world.

Time to residency

6-8 months

Visa-free travel

179 countries and regions


Passport rank

13th in the world

Residency requirement

90 days per year


   Depends on specific case

Established time

Program launched in 2002

  Application Requirements

To apply for MM2H, you need to fulfill following requirements:

1. The principal applicant is at least 35 years old.

2. The principal applicant and accompanying family members (spouse, children over 18 years old) have to provide proof of no criminal conviction.

3. The principal applicant has to provide proof of assets of RM 1.5 million (liquid assets with little or no value fluctuation is favorable, such as saving deposits and cash balances in the bank; other assets like stocks, fund or insurance with cash value could be account for no more than 30% in total asset value).

4. The principal applicant should provide payroll statements for the last 3 months prior to submission, with at least RM 40,000 per month as salary income.

5. After approval, principal applicants aged 50 years old or above are required to make a fixed deposit of RM 1 million in a local Malaysian bank. For applicants under 50 years old, in addition to the RM 1 million deposit, an additional of RM 50,000 is required for each additional accompanying family member.

6. All applicants’ passports should be valid for at least 24 months at the time of application.

   Program Benefits

1. The principal applicants can bring along his parents, spouse and children in one MM2H application.

2. Indefinite stay in Malaysia with multiple entries.

3. Enjoy world-class medical care in Malaysia in an affordable way.