For anybody who is providing a Visa Invitation Letter for a visit to Malaysia, your letter need to contain the particular information regarding the person being invited and about you.
Information About The Person Being Invited to Malaysia
- Complete full name of the person going to Malaysia
- Date of birth of the person visiting Malaysia
- The person’s address and telephone number
- Your relationship to the person invited to Malaysia
- The reason for the visit to Malaysia
- How long the person you are inviting intends to remain in Malaysia
- Information on accommodation and living costs in Malaysia
- The date the individual you are inviting plans to depart Malaysia
Information About The Person Giving Visa Letter in Malaysia
- Complete name of the person in Malaysia
- Date of birth of the person in Malaysia
- Home address and phone number in Malaysia
- Profession of the person in Malaysia
- Whether you are national of Malaysia or Long-term Resident
- A photocopy of a document indicating individual’s residential status in Malaysia. (eg: copy of a birth certificate if the individual born in Malaysia or has Malaysian citizenship card.)
- For anybody who is Permanent Resident in Malaysia, a proof of permanent resident status need to be sent.
A few Malaysian visa offices might demand that your letter be notarized by a Notary Public.
For several types of visas like inviting elderly parents, you could be expected to provide further information such as the following:
- Details about your family unit, including names and dates of birth of your spouse and dependants in addition to the total number of people currently in your residence,
- Information on those you have recently sponsored and whose sponsorship is still in effect,
- A written and signed commitment of your monetary support for your parents or grandparents for the entire duration of their stay in Malaysia,
- Proof of earnings at a level meeting or going above the low-income for the total number of people, including the visiting parents or grandparents, must be included.