RENUNCIATION OF MALAYSIAN CITIZENSHIP Conditions of Application a) b) Aged 21 years and above during application Singapore citizen / is becoming Singapore

citizen Application Procedures Form ‘K’ and Annex A are available at the Consular Division, High Commission of Malaysia You may download and complete Form K, Annex A and additional info here. You may download the form from here. i. Form K - ( Form K Translation) ii. ANNEX. A iii. Additional info Fee / Documents To Be Submitted Submission of application : Monday to Friday (8.15 am to 11.00 am) Collection : 2.30 pm - 3.30 pm 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) BORANG K (Yellow Form) ANNEX A Letter of Approval from ICA Singapore Malaysian I.C / Temporary Malaysian I.C Singapore Pink I.C / National Service I.C / Blue I.C Malaysian / Singapore Birth Certificate Fee : SGD 10 (SGD 5 : Renunciation & SGD 5 : Attestation) NOTE : Applicant who was born in Singapore is required to produce :i) ii) iii) 7) BORANG W (Malaysian Birth Register Certificate) ; OR Pengesahan Taraf (Confirmation of Status) issued by Malaysian National Registration Department; OR Perakuan Taraf (Certificate of Status) issued by Malaysian Immigration Department - Original & 2 photocopies - 2 sets (dully-filled) - Original & 2 photocopies - Original & 2 photocopies - Original & 2 photocopies - Original & 2 photocopies - Original & 2 photocopies

Applicant who was born before 31 August 1957, (Malaysian Citizenship Certificate)

8) 9) 10)

Singapore Citizenship Certificate & Passport, (If applicable) Malaysian International Passport Three (3) recent passport – size photograph i) ii) iii) iv) v)

- Original & 2 photocopies

- Blue / White background

Note :

All photocopies of documents in A4 size paper Forms to be hand-written or typed. Mistakes to be cancelled neatly. Do not use Tipp-ex; Original Malaysian birth certificate to be laminated before submission; To photocopy front and back of Singapore Citizenship Certificate; Applicant who do not have Malaysian birth certificate or Borang ‘W’ must produce 2 photocopies of parent’s document ie: Identity card, Birth Certificate, Citizenship Certificate and passport

1. Get your pass at the Security Guard outside the gate. 2. Proceed to the Consular Section (or Konsular hall in Malay, just ask for directions from the guard). 3. Look for the their staff at the right corner of the hall, the hall is quite small, well, I should call it a room. Show him what you have got with you and he will give you additional form to fill up. 4. Fill up the first set of forms and get the Annex A photocopied at the other hall. 5. Get him to check your forms once you’re done. He will pass you the final “K form” to fill up. 6. Get him to check your K form and supporting documents. And another officer will get your thumbprints done and issue a queue number. 7. Submit your forms and documents at the counter. 8. Wait to be called again for payment. They will issue a collection date (normally 3 working days, some got it the next day) for your letter of renunciation (which you need to bring to ICA to register your Singaporean Citizenship). 9. The receipt of S$10 being admin fee. The collection slip has the date of collection plus an acknowledgement of docs that Malaysia High Commission has taken from you ie. identity card, passport etc. Things to take note: - If you are travelling before your appointment with ICA, DON’T renounce your Malaysian citizenship too early as they will keep your passport on that day, that’s the last day you see your Malaysian passport! You won’t be able to travel out of Singapore until you get your Singapore passport later. - You will surrender your Malaysian I/C, passport and birth cert to the Malaysia High Comm. So you may want to make extra photocopies of those documents

just in case you need them in future for reference etc. - Collection time of the letter of renunciation is between 2.30-3.30pm, 3 working days later (1 reader feedback to me that he could collect the next day).

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