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Extract Of Birth Certificate (Peninsular)

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Application by an eligible applicant to obtain a copy of the birth register by paying a prescribed fee. Extract of a birth certificate may be made at any NRD office in Peninsular Malaysia.

Application for extract of Birth Certificate may be submitted by the following persons or entities:

  • Birth Certificate owner who currently holds an identity card;
  • Parent of Birth Certificate owner;
  • Spouse of Birth Certificate owner;
  • Child or legally adopted child of Birth Certificate owner;
  • Sibling of Birth Certificate owner;
  • Legal guardian of the child (birth certificate owner) has a letter of custody of children under the Child Protection Act 1991;
  • Law firm;
  • Statutory body;
  • Government agency

CATEGORY 1: PERSON IN CATEGORIES 1 TO 6

  1. Form JPN.LM12 that is completed;
  2. Identity card or identification document (original and copy)

CATEGORY 2: PERSON IN CATEGORY 7

  1. Form JPN.LM12 that is completed;
  2. Official letter from a law firm requesting search or extract of the register;
  3. Letter of appointment from client (applicant);
  4. Identity card or identity document of client (applicant) (original and copy);
  5. Power of attorney to oversee the application (if applicable)

CATEGORY 3: PERSON IN CATEGORIES 8 AND 9

  1. Form JPN.LM12 that is completed;
  2. Official letter from a statutory body or government agency to apply for a search or extract of the register;
  3. Power of attorney to oversee the application (if applicable)

 

CATEGORY 4: OTHER THAN PERSON IN CATEGORIES 1 TO 4

  1. Form JPN.LM12 that is completed;
  2. Identity card or identification document (Non Citizens);
  3. Official letter to apply for a search or extract of the register;
  4. Statutory Declaration (if applicable);
  5. Family Tree (if applicable);
  6. Power of attorney to oversee the application (if applicable);
  7. Any document or information that can be used as a basis for making a search on a birth register such as a school attendance letter and another siblings’ birth certificate (for a birth search application).

Application fee is RM5.00

JPN.LM12

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Extract Of Certificate Of Birth In Hejaz (Peninsular)

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Application by an eligible applicant to obtain a copy of the birth register by paying a prescribed fee. Extract of the Birth Certificate can be made only at State NRD Offices and the Putrajaya NRD.

Application for extract of Birth Certificate may be submitted by the following persons or entities:

  1. Birth Certificate owner who currently holds an identity card;
  2. Parent of Birth Certificate owner;
  3. Spouse of Birth Certificate owner;
  4. Child or legally adopted child of Birth Certificate owner;
  5. Sibling of Birth Certificate owner;
  6. Legal guardian of the child (birth certificate owner) has a letter of custody of children under the Child Protection Act 1991;
  7. Law firm;
  8. Statutory body;
  9. Government agency
CATEGORY 1: PERSON IN CATEGORIES 1 TO 6
  1. Form JPN.LMH3 that is completed;
  2. Identity card or identification document (original document and one (1) copy of the original)
CATEGORY 2: PERSON IN CATEGORY 7
  1. Form JPN.LMH3 that is completed;
  2. Official letter from a law firm requesting search or extract of the register;
  3. Letter of appointment from client (applicant);
  4. Identity card or identification document of client (applicant) (one (1) copy of original document);
  5. Power of attorney to oversee the application (if applicable)
CATEGORY 3: PERSON IN CATEGORIES 8 AND 9
  1. Form JPN.LMH3 that is completed;
  2. Official letter from a statutory body or government agency to apply for search or extract of the register;
  3. Power of attorney to oversee the application (if applicable)

Application fee is RM2.00. Government agencies are exempted from payment.


Form JPN.LMH3
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Registration Of Birth During The Hajj (Peninsular)

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The birth of a child during the Hajj pilgrimage must be reported to the registrar in Hejaz within 40 days of the date of birth or at the counter of the NRD Headquarters within 6 months of the date of birth. However, approval will be given only by the Registrar-General of the NRD Headquarters.[Section 4 (1) (a) and (b), Act 152]

The application to register the birth of a child in Hejaz can be made at any NRD office in Peninsular Malaysia by submitting the fully completed Form JPN.LMH1 together with supporting documents.

  1. Documental evidence of birth
  2. Identification documents of parents
  3. Identification documents of informant (if the informant is not a parent)

No charge

JPN.LMH1-Registration of Birth in Hejaz

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Late Registration Of Birth (Peninsular)

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Late registration of birth refers to registration made more than 60 days after the date of birth of a child in Malaysia.

APPLICATION CONDITIONS ELIGIBILITY OF THE APPLICANT, SPONSOR OR INFORMANT

The applicants shall consist of two (2) persons, namely:

  1. Parents;
  2. Mother or father and a sponsor with knowledge of the birth who is 15 years older than the child (if one of the parents cannot be found / is  deceased);
  3. Two (2) sponsors acquainted with the child, who are both aged 21 and above and are at least 15 years older than the child (if both parents cannot be found / are deceased);
  4. Two (2) sponsors who are social welfare officers or two (2) persons who have been given custody of the child in accordance with the Child Protection Act 1991 (if the child is found stranded)

Application for late registration of birth can be made throughout Peninsular Malaysia by bringing along the necessary documents to any NRD office near the applicant’s place of residence.

CHILD’S DOCUMENTS (ORIGINALS AND COPIES)

  1. Birth registration search form JPN.LM12 (for births from 2002 onwards);
  2. Birth registration form JPN.LM01 that is completed;
  3. Prenatal card or maternity examination book, child’s health and immunisation card, certification of home birth by midwife/doctor (originals and copies);
  4. Recent full-length 4R photograph (one (1));
  5. Recent passport-sized photograph (one (1));
  6. Certification of birth from a headman or village chief or Member of Parliament or member of a State Legislative Assembly for the constituency where the child was born;
  7. Extract of school register or school certificate with endorsement from the head teacher or school principal if the child is schooling and aged seven (7) and above, or alternatively, certification from a headman or village chief or Member of Parliament or member of a State Legislative Assembly for the constituency where the child resides, that the child has never been schooled and is aged seven (7) and above.
  8. Statutory declarations of two (2) witnesses with knowledge of the birth

PARENTS’ DOCUMENTS (ORIGINALS AND COPIES)

  1. Identity cards or entry permits or passports or death certificates (originals and copies);
  2. Marriage certificates or divorce certificate (originals and copies);
  3. Recent passport-sized photograph of each parent (one (1))

SIBLING’S DOCUMENTS (ORIGINALS AND COPIES)

  1. Birth certificate or identity card, if any (original and copy);
  2. Recent passport-sized photograph of the sibling from the same parents (one (1));
  3. Family information forms BMK81 and BMK81A

SPONSOR’S DOCUMENTS (ORIGINALS AND COPIES)

  1. Statutory declaration JPN.LM27 for two (2) sponsors with knowledge of the birth;
  2. Identity card or entry permit or passport or death certificate of the informant, witness or sponsor (original and copy)

CHILD’S DOCUMENTS (ORIGINALS AND COPIES)

  1. Birth registration search form JPN.LM12 (for births from 2002 onwards);
  2. Birth registration form JPN.LM01 that is completed;
  3. Confirmation of birth form;
  4. Prenatal card or maternity examination book, child’s health and immunisation card, certification of home birth by midwife/doctor (originals and copies);
  5. Recent full-length 4R photograph (one (1));
  6. Recent passport-sized photograph (one (1));
  7. Extract of school register or school certificate with endorsement from the head teacher or school principal if the child is schooling and aged seven (7) and above, or alternatively, certification from a headman or village chief or Member of Parliament or member of a State Legislative Assembly for the constituency where the child resides, that the child has never been schooled and is aged seven (7) and above.

PARENTS’ DOCUMENTS (ORIGINALS AND COPIES)

  1. Identity cards or entry permits or passports or death certificates (originals and copies);
  2. Marriage certificate or divorce certificates (originals and copies);
  3. Recent passport-sized photograph of each parent (one (1))

SIBLING’S DOCUMENTS (ORIGINALS AND COPIES)

  1. Birth certificate or identity card, if any (original and copy);
  2. Recent passport-sized photograph of the sibling from the same parents (one (1));
  3. Family information forms BMK81 and BMK81A

SPONSOR’S DOCUMENTS (ORIGINALS AND COPIES)

  1. Statutory declarations JPN.LM27 of two (2) sponsors with knowledge of the birth;
  2. Identity card or entry permit or passport or death certificate of the informant or witness or sponsor (original and copy)

Payment

Application Fee: RM50.00

JPN.LM12-Application for Search/Extract of the Birth Register in Peninsular Malaysia

JPN.LM01-Birth registration form

BMK 81-BORANG MAKLUMAT KELUARGA (2 SEPARATE PAGE)-JPN PUTRAJAYA

BMK 81A-BORANG SENARAI GAMBAR (SEPARATE PAGE)-JPN PUTRAJAYA

JPN.LM27 -Statutory Declaration for Late Registration of Birth Application

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Normal Registration of Birth (Sabah)

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Normal registration of birth refers to registration that is made within 14 days of the birth of a child in Malaysia.

Application for registration of a child may be submitted by the following persons:

  • Parent;
  • Legal guardian;
  • Person having knowledge of the birth

The applicant is required to go to any National Registration Department counter with the required documents.

CHILD’S DOCUMENTS (ORIGINALS AND COPIES)

  • Forms A and N1 (extract) that are completed;
  • Confirmation of birth form from the hospital or certification of home birth from the midwife/doctor (original);
  • Prenatal card (maternity examination book) (original and copy); and
  • Child’s health and immunisation card (original and copy)

 

PARENTS’ DOCUMENTS (ORIGINALS AND COPIES)

    1. Identity cards or entry permits or passports of the parents and the person reporting the birth (originals and copies);
    2. Marriage or divorce or death certificates of the parents (originals and copies)

 

INFORMANT’S DOCUMENT (ORIGINAL AND COPY)

  1. Identity card or entry permit or passport (original and copy)

Free Of Charge

Form N1-Application for Search/Extract of the Birth Register in Sabah

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Birth (Sarawak)

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Birth (Sabah)

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Normal Registration Of Birth (Peninsular)

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Normal registration of birth refers to registration that is made within 60 days of the birth of a child in Malaysia.

Application for registration of a child may be submitted by the following persons:

  1. Parent;
  2. Legal guardian;
  3. Person having knowledge of the birth
  4. The mother and father of the child (for the registration of births illegitimate child)

The applicant is required to go to any National Registration Department counter with the required documents.

CHILD’S DOCUMENTS (ORIGINALS AND COPIES)
1.    Birth registration form JPN.LM01 that is completed;
2.    Confirmation of birth form from the hospital or certification of home birth from the midwife/doctor (original);
3.    Prenatal card (maternity examination book) (original and copy)

PARENTS’ DOCUMENTS (ORIGINALS AND COPIES)

  1. Identity cards or entry permits or passports of the parents and the person reporting the birth (originals and copies);
  2. Death Certificate of mother and father of the child (original and copy if applicable)
  3. Marriage or divorce certificate (originals and copies)

INFORMANT’S DOCUMENT (ORIGINAL AND COPY)

  1. Identity card or entry permit or passport (original and copy)

No charge

JPN.LM01-Registration of Birth

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Birth (Peninsular)

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MyKad Application For Children Aged 12

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Regulation 3 of the National Registration Regulations 1990 (Amendment 2007) states that a Malaysian child who has reached the age of 12 must register for the identity card.

1. The applicant must have attained 12 years of age but is below 16.

2. The applicant’s sponsor must be present, who is either the

2.1 Parent; or

2.2 Guardian (the guardian could be the grandfather, grandmother, aunt, uncle, elder sister or brother who is over 21).

3. Application Form JPN.KP01 (obtainable from the NRD counter) that is completed.

4. The applicant must submit the application within 30 days of attaining the age of 12. Otherwise, a processing fee will be charged.

5. If the guardian is other than the above category must submit a statutory declaration letter and a letter of confirmation of the applicant’s care from the Department of Social Welfare (JKM) to be brought together.

The applicant and the sponsor are required to go to any NRD counter with the necessary original documents.

1. Applicant’s Documents (Originals)

1.1. Birth Certificate or Adoption Certificate or Citizenship Certificate or confirmation of citizenship status or Citizenship Form or Appendix A (JAKOA)
1.2. Passport if the applicant is a non-resident

2. Sponsor’s Documents (Originals)

2.1. Identity card
2.2.  Guardians who have no family relationship, must submit a statutory declaration letter and a confirmation letter from the applicant from the Social Welfare Department (JKM) to be brought together.
2.3.  Non-citizen sponsors must bring passports from their country of origin.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS (ORIGINAL)

  1. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

3.1       If the address differs from the sponsor’s address, it is required to provide the electricity bill/ water bill / sewerage bill / utility bill /Property assessment tax/ assessment tax / income tax’s assessment form / sale and purchase agreement / tenancy agreement / supporting document from Headman / Village Head / Tuai Rumah (Longhouse Head) / ADUN (State Legislative Assembly Members) / MP (Member of Parliament) / Employer / Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) or other equivalent documents. (ORIGINAL OR CERTIFIED COPY)

Identity Card (MyKad) Application Fees for Children Aged 12
(CITIZENS)
Children attaining the age of 12 who fail to apply for the identity card (MyKad) within 30 days will incur a processing fee.


Payment Schedule 1A

Age Application Fee (RM) Processing Fee (RM) Total (RM)
From 12 years to 12 years and 30 days
From 12 years and 30 days to 13 years 10.00 10.00
From 13 tahun and 1 days to 14 years 10.00 10.00
From 14 years and 1 days to 15 years 10.00 10.00
From 15 years and 1 days to 16 years 10.00 10.00

 

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Form JPN.KP01

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