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Mixed reactions to rebate for passport

The move to offer a rebate for restricted passport holders applying for international passports has received mixed reaction from some Malaysians who travel frequently to Singapore.

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Singapore has the 'most powerful' passport in the world, Malaysia at No 6

SINGAPORE: With Paraguay removing visa requirements for Singaporeans, the Singapore passport is now the "most powerful" in the world, with a visa-free score of 159.


New passport with new features within 24 hours

It was a pleasant surprise for 10-year-old Nur Fatehah Shazwany when she not only got her new passport within 24 hours of applying for it, but was also the first Malaysian to get the new passport with the additional security features.


Complete switch to new version passport expected soon

PETALING JAYA: About 81,000 Malaysian passport booklets with the old features are expected to be completely used up soon, says Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.


How powerful is the Malaysian passport?

PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian passport gives you visa-free access to 151 countries, making it the eighth most powerful passport in the world in the Passport Index 2016.


Govt to provide passport readers to visa-free countries

The Government will provide passport readers to countries where Malaysians do not require visas to travel in a move to help verify the authenticity of the Malaysian passport.


New passport ruling affects regular travellers

The government#8217;s decision to phase out the restricted passport has met with reservations among the thousands of Malaysians who have to travel daily to Singapore for work or other matters.


Malaysian passport 4th most powerful in Asia, world’s No 12

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian passport is the fourth most powerful in Asia, maintaining its position for two consecutive years.


Obama's passport records improperly accessed

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Contract workers for the U.S. State Department improperly viewed Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama's passport records three times this year in what his campaign called


Bangladeshi jailed for using Indian passport

A Bangladesh national who produced his passport to enter Malaysia but used a passport from India to board a flight from here to Australia has been jailed four months by the Sessions Court.