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Application For Extracts Of Register Identity Card And Address

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Regulation 12 (1) and (2) of the National Registration Regulation 1990 (Amendment 2001) provides that, the register shall not be opened for public inspection. No public officer, unless duly authorized by the Director-General or a police officer in the exercise of his power under Chapter XIII of the Criminal Procedure Code, may inspect the register; but extracts from the register may be issued to public officers at the discretion of Director-General or payment of a fee as prescribed by these Regulations to any member of the public.

1. Extract of Register – Identity Card (JPN.KP12)

1.1 Applicant must have an identity card.

1.2 Applicant or beneficiary is required to go to any NRD counter.

1.3 Beneficiaries are as follows:

1.3.1 Parents

1.3.2 Adoptive parents

1.3.3 Children

1.3.4 Husband/ Wife

1.3.5 Grandfather or Grandmother

1.3.6 Siblings

1.3.7 Legitimate Guardian

1.4 Completed JPN.KP02 application form (obtainable from the NRD counter).

2. Extracts of Register – Address (JPN.KP13)

2.1 Applicant or representative (government agencies/ law enforcement agencies/ statutory bodies/legal firm) is required to present detailed information to JPN office through counter/official e-mails/letter with the organization letter  for further review.

2.2 Applications letters submitted by applicants must have official letterhead.

1.Extract of Register – Identity Card (JPN.KP12)

1.1 Applicant / beneficiary / representative  is required to go to the  NRD Counter or mail the application to the NRD headquarters in Putrajaya or the State NRD headquarters.

2. Extracts of Register – Address (JPN.KP13)

2.1 Applicant or representative (government agencies/ law enforcement agencies/ statutory bodies/legal firm) is required to present detailed information to JPN office through counter/official e-mails/letter with the organization letter  for further review.

2.2 Applications letters submitted by applicants must have official letterhead.

2.3 Application any email need to be address as the Appendix

1. Extracts of Register – Identity Card (JPN.KP12)

1.1 The documents submitted by the owner are as follows :

i) Identity card (original and copy); or

ii) Entry Permit; or

iii) Other documents such as birth certificate, death certificate, driving license, passport, bank account books or other documents which recorded identity card number.

1.2 Documents submitted by beneficiaries are as follows:

i) Applicant identity card; or

ii) Birth Certificate of the applicant and the owner ; or

iii) Death Certificate ; or

iv) Marriage Certificate ; or

v) Other documents to proof the relationship with the owner.

2. Extracts of Register – Address (JPN.KP13)

2.1 Documents submitted by representatives / Government agencies / Law enforcement agencies / Statutory Agencies / Legal firms.

i) Letter from legal firm representing the third party /representatives

ii) Application letter that bear the letterhead of a government agencies /Law enforcement agencies / statutory bodies / Legal firms.

No Type of Extracts Application Fee (RM)
1 Extracts of Register – Identity Card (JPN.KP12) RM50.00
2 Extracts of Register – Address (JPN.KP13) RM50.00

Schedule: Fee for extract of register – Identity card and address.

–        JPN.KP02 Application Form
Note: The online forms are to be used as reference only. They may not be printed and used for transaction purposes. For transactions, please use the original forms.

Application To Change Identity Card Address

Regulation 15 of the National Registration Regulations 1990 (Amendment 2001) states that the holder of an identity card who will be changing the current place of residence to another place of residence for a period of 90 days or more shall change the address on the identity card.

1. The applicant is required to go to any NRD counter.

2. The Change of Address Form (obtainable from the NRD counter) that is completed.

3. The provided address must be a permanent residential address in Malaysia. Addresses of the workplace, office, organisation or post office (PO) box are not allowed.

The applicant is required to go to any NRD counter with the required document (original).

1. Applicant’s Document (Original)

1.1. Identity card.

1. Citizens 

1.1 Change of address requiring issue of a new identity card: RM10.00

1.2 Change of address updated in the identity card chip and requiring no issue of a new identity card: RM2.00

2. Non-Citizens

2.1. Change of address requiring issue of a new identity card: RM40.00  

2.2 Change of address updated in the identity card chip and requiring no issue of a new identity card: RM2.00

Application For Replacement Of Damaged Identity Cards

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Regulation 13 of the National Registration Regulations 1990 (Amendment 2007) states that any person whose identity card is damaged or destroyed shall immediately apply for a replacement identity card.

1. The applicant is required to go to any NRD counter; or

2. Apply online as follows:

2.1. Through the website www.jpn.gov.my using the “MyKad Replacement System”; or

2.2. Phone-in service at 03-88808066
(valid for Malaysian applicants who do not need to change their photographs or particulars)

The applicant is required to go to any NRD counter with the required document (original).

1. Applicant’s Document (Original)

1.1. Applicant’s identity card that was damaged during the application process at the NRD counter; or the damaged new identity card received after application through the online or phone-in service.

1. Citizens: RM10.00

2. Non-citizens: RM40.00

3. Identity cards damaged within 12 months of the date of issue will be replaced WITHOUT CHARGE.

4. Payment for website applications to replace damaged identity cards can be made only with credit cards.

5. Refunds will not be considered for damaged identity card applications that have been processed by the Identity Card Division.

Application For Amendment Of Identity Card Particulars

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Regulation 14 of the National Registration Regulations 1990 (Amendment 2007) states that the bearer of the identity card who discovers that the identity card contains particulars which to his knowledge are incorrect shall apply to amend the incorrect particulars on the identity card.

1. The applicant is required to go to any NRD counter.

2. The applicant has an existing identity card. Applicants without an existing identity card may not apply.

3. Application Form JPN.KP16 (obtainable from the NRD counter) that is completed.

The applicant is required to go to any NRD counter with the necessary documents (originals and copies).

1. Applicant’s Documents (Originals And Copies)

1.1. Statutory declaration (if the applicant is under 18, the statutory declaration must be made by the parent or *guardian. *Guardian is the grandfather, grandmother, aunt, uncle, elder sister or brother who is over 21.)

1.2. Applicant’s identity card

1.3. Birth Certificate or Adoption Certificate or Citizenship Certificate or confirmation of citizenship status or entry permit (as applicable)

1.4. Passport (if any)

1.5. Other supporting documents relevant to the application, such as:

1.5.1. Card certifying embracing of Islam from the Islamic Religious Department or State Islamic Religious Council for Muslims regardless of name change or name retention; or

1.5.2. Shariah court order or certification from the Islamic Religious Council or Department for the application to convert from Islam to another religion, and to change from a Muslim name to a non-Muslim one; or

1.5.3. Baptism certificate or certification that the applicant is a follower of Buddhism, Hinduism or Sikhism for religion change application affecting name. If the original name is retained, then only Appendix “A” needs to be filled at the counter and the above supporting documents will not be required; or

1.5.4. Marriage Certificate KC07 issued by the NRD for the application to enter the husband’s name for those married to foreign citizens only; or

1.5.5. Other supporting documents required by the department to support the amendment.

1    Processing fee for amendment of particulars (citizens and non-citizens): RM10.00

2    If the application is successful, payment for replacement of the identity card is as follows:

2.1    Citizens: RM10.00

2.2    Non-citizens: RM40.00

Note: The online forms are to be used as reference only. They may not be printed and used for transaction purposes. For transactions, please use the original forms.

Application Form JPN.KP16 (obtainable from the NRD counter) that is completed.

Application For Replacement Of Lost Identity Card (MyKad/MyTentera Or MyPR/MyKAS)

Regulation 13 of the National Registration Regulations 1990 (Amendment 2007) states that a person who has lost his/her identity card shall immediately apply for a replacement.

1. The applicant is required to go to any NRD counter; or

2. The applicant can apply for replacement of lost identity card online at www.jpn.gov.my using the “MyKad Replacement System” application if no change of photograph or particulars of the Malaysian applicant is involved.

1.    The applicant must be present at any of the nearest NRD offices for the replacement application of lost identity card.
2.    Need to file a police report either for the case of a loss of identity card due to crime or negligence. The police report should clearly state the details of the incident and mention the lost identity card details.

1. Certification letter or Welfare Card from the Department of Social Welfare, or certification letter from the Department of Orang Asli Development, a village headman or chief, or the district office or chairman of the Village Development and Security Committee (for the poor, needy or disabled persons); or

2. Certification letter from the Department of Social Welfare or the Fire and Rescue Department or a village headman or chief or the district office or chairman of the Village Development and Security Committee (for those impacted by natural disasters); or

3. Lost identity cards resulting from burglary, robbery, theft, catastrophe and the like require submission of a police report clearly stating details of the incident and the lost identity card.

Citizens
Fee for loss MyKad and MyTentera
Payment Schedule 4A

Loss Application Fee (RM) Processing Fee (RM) Total (RM)
First Instance 10.00 100.00 110.00
Second Instance 10.00 300.00 310.00
Third and subsequent instances 10.00 1,000.00 1,010.00

Non-Citizens
Fee for loss MyPR and MyKas
Payment Schedule 4B

Loss Application Fee (RM) Processing Fee (RM) Total (RM)
First Instance 40.00 100.00 140.00
Second Instance 40.00 300.00 340.00
Third and subsequent instances 40.00 1,000.00 1,040.00

Refunds will not be considered for lost identity card applications that have been processed by the Identity Card Division or if the lost identity card is subsequently recovered.

Application For Replacement Of Non-Citizen Identity Card (MyPR)

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Applicants who hold the identity card (MyKad) and are permanent residents must apply to replace it with the permanent resident identity card (MyPR).

The applicant is required to go to any NRD counter.

The applicant is required to go to any NRD counter with the necessary documents (originals and copies).

1    Applicant’s Documents (Originals And Copies)

1.1    Identity card

1.2    Entry permit or extract of identity card register details (JPN.KP12)

1.3    Passport (if any)

Identity Card (MyPR) Replacement Application Fee under Regulation 18
(NON-CITIZENS)
Re-registration applications submitted after age 25 will be charged a processing fee.

Age Application fee(RM) Processing Fee(RM) Total(RM)
Over 25 years 40.00 10.00 50.00

Application For Identity Card For New Arrival

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Regulation 3 of the National Registration Regulations 1990 (Amendment 2007) states that a citizen who was not resident in Malaysia from age 12 to 16 must register for the identity card within 30 days of the date of arrival in Malaysia.

1. The applicant must be aged 16 or above.

2. Applicants must be present at the NRD State or NRD Headquarters only.

3. The applicant was not residing in Malaysia from age 12 to 16 (passport used as proof of travel).

4. Application Form JPN.KP01 (obtainable from the NRD counter) must be completed.

5. The application must be made by the applicant within 30 days of the date of arrival in Malaysia. Otherwise, a processing fee will be imposed.

Applicants must be present at the NRD State or NRD Head Office only and bring the required documents (originals and copies).

1. Applicant’s Documents (Originals And Copies)

1.1. Birth Certificate or Adoption Certificate or Citizenship Certificate or confirmation of citizenship status or Citizenship Form
1.2. Passport

Citizens
Payment Schedule 6A
Identity Card (MyKad) Application Fee for New Arrival

Description Processing Fee (RM) Total (RM)
Application date – Arrival date in passport < 30 days WAIVED WAIVED
30 days < arrival date in passport Application date – arrival date in passport ≤ 60 days 10.00 10.00

Note: The online forms are to be used as reference only. They may not be printed and used for transaction purposes. For transactions, please use the original forms.

Application For Identity Card For New Arrival

Application For Identity Card (MyPR) For Children Aged 12 Or For First Time For Non-Citizens

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Regulation 3 of the National Registration Regulations 1990 (Amendment 2007) states that a permanent resident is required to register for the identity card within 30 days of attaining age 12, or of the reference date of the entry permit issued by the Immigration Department of Malaysia.

1. The applicant must be aged 12 or above. Applicants who are aged 12 or older but not yet 16 must be accompanied by a sponsor. (Sponsor: parent or *guardian. *The guardian could be the grandfather, grandmother, aunt, uncle, elder sister or brother who is over 21.)

2. The applicant must go to either the Putrajaya NRD Headquarters or the State NRD Headquarters only.

3. Application Form JPN.KP01 (obtainable from the NRD counter) must be completed.

4. The application must be submitted within 30 days of the applicant attaining the age of 12, or of the entry permit reference date (oval stamp). Otherwise, a processing fee will be imposed.

The applicant is required to go to the counter at the NRD Headquarters or the State NRD Headquarters with the necessary documents (originals and copies).

1. Application For Identity Card (Mypr) For Children Aged 12 Who Are Permanent Residents

1.1. Applicant’s Documents (Originals And Copies)

1.1.1. Birth Certificate or Adoption Certificate (application for children aged 12 who are permanent residents and born in Malaysia)

1.1.2. Entry permit

1.1.3. International passport

1.2. Sponsor’s Documents (Originals And Copies)

1.2.1. Identity card.

1.2.2. A guardian who is not a relative of the applicant must bring along the document confirming guardianship from the Department of Social Welfare

1.2.3. Passport from country of origin for non-citizen sponsor

2. Application For Identity Card (Mypr) For First Time For Permanent Residents

2.1. Applicant’s Documents (Originals And Copies)

2.1.1. Entry permit.

2.1.2. Valid international passport.

Payment Schedule 6A
Identity Card (MyPR) Application Fee for Children Aged 12 Who Are Permanent Residents
(NON-CITIZENS)

Description Application Fee (RM) Processing Fee (RM) Total (RM
12 years to 12 years and 30 days 40.00 WAIVED 40.00
Over 12 years and 30 days to 16 years 40.00 10.00 50.00

Payment Schedule 7A
Identity Card (MyPR) Application Fee for First Time for Permanent Residents
(NON-CITIZENS)

Description Application Fee (RM) Processing Fee (RM) Compound Fee (RM) Total (RM)
Application date – entry permit reference date < 30 days 40.00 WAIVED WAIVED 40.00
30 days < Application date – entry permit reference date ≤ 60 days 40.00 10.00 3.00 53.00
60 days < Application date – entry permit reference date ≤ 90 days 40.00 10.00 5.00 55.00
90 days < Application date – entry permit reference date ≤ 180 days 40.00 10.00 10.00 60.00
180 days < Application date – entry permit reference date 40.00 10.00 20.00 70.00

Note: The online forms are to be used as reference only. They may not be printed and used for transaction purposes. For transactions, please use the original forms.

Application For Identity Card (MyPR) For Children Aged 12 Or For First Time For Non-Citizens

Application For Identity Card For Retired Police And Military Personnel

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Regulation 3 (2) of the National Registration Regulations 1990 (Amendment 2007) states that a member of the police or military who has completed service is required to register for the identity card within 30 days of the date of the police or military discharge papers.

1.   The applicant is required to go to any NRD counter.

2.   The JPN.KP01 application form can be found at any nearby NRD office which has been fully completed. If the applicant is the holder of a plastic identity card (KPP) or a high-grade identity card (KPT) which was last held before joining the police/army.

The applicant is required to go to any NRD counter with the necessary documents (originals and copies).

1.  Applicant’s Documents (Originals And Copies)

1.1    Birth Certificate or extract of Birth Certificate

1.2    Police or military service discharge papers

NO CHARGE

Note: The online forms are to be used as reference only. They may not be printed and used for transaction purposes. For transactions, please use the original forms.

Application Form JPN.KP01 (obtainable from the NRD counter) must be completed.

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