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Passport fee reduced to RM200

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian travellers can rejoice as the fee to make or renew their passport for five years is now RM200, down by RM100, effective Thursday.

Shafee’s diplomatic passport revoked

KUALA LUMPUR: Wisma Putra has revoked the diplomatic passport issued to lawyer Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah (pic) on Sept 19.

Datasonic seeks settlement over passport booklets deal

KUALA LUMPUR: Datasonic Group Bhd is seeking an amicable settlement with Percetakan Keselamatan Nasional Sdn Bhd (PKN) over the supply of 13.41 million Malaysian passport booklets in 2016.

Thai immigration arrests another foreign national with forged Malaysian passport

BANGKOK: A Chinese national detained by Thai immigration police on Wednesday morning has allegedly confessed to paying US$6,000 to purchase a forged Malaysian passport on the Internet.

EasyJet app introduces passport scanning feature

Scanned passport eliminates the need for filling out forms when checking-in.

Syrian with false Malta passport fined RM8,000

SANDAKAN: A Syrian man, who used a false Malta passport to leave Sandakan on a ferry to Zamboanga City in southern Philippines was fined RM8,000 or eight months jail by a Sessions Court here.

Sabah Speaker: Not having passport does not mean you are not Malaysian

PETALING JAYA: Not having a passport does not mean you are no longer a Malaysian citizen, said a Sabah Speaker and former Chief Minister of Sabah.

Home Ministry not renewing Doris Jones' passport

KOTA KINABALU: The Home Ministry is not renewing the passport of London-based Sabahan activist Doris Jones.

Avoid getting passport and visa via middlemen, Indonesians told

KUALA LUMPUR: Indonesian citizens, especially those working in Malaysia, have been advised to renew their passport and visa directly at the Indonesian High Commission or Consulate offices nationwide instead of using middlemen.

Costlier to replace a damaged or lost passport

KUALA LUMPUR: From Wednes­day, Malaysians have to fork out between RM300 and RM1,200 to replace a damaged or missing passport.