Malaysian Certificate of Identity

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Malaysian Certificate of Identity
Issued by  Malaysia
Type of document Travel document
Purpose International travel document
Eligibility requirements Malaysian permanent residents who are stateless
Expiration 5 years

The Malaysian Certificate of Identity (Malay: Surat Akuan Pengenalan) is an international travel document issued by the Immigration Department to Malaysian permanent residents who are stateless.[1]

Use[edit]

A holder of a Certificate of Identity can enter Germany and Hungary visa-free for a maximum of 90 days within a 180 day period.[2]

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