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Application To Correct Factual Errors [Section 25 (3)] In The Death Certificate (Sarawak)

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Application to insert information or correct any factual errors provided during registration due to incorrect or unavailable information.

Application to correct information in Section 25 (3) may be submitted by:

  1. Parent of the deceased;
  2. Spouse of the deceased;
  3. Sibling of the deceased;
  4. Child or legally adopted child of the deceased
  1. Forms XI and JPN.LM21 that are completed;
  2. Statutory declaration SA/81;
  3. Death Certificate of the deceased (original and copy);
  4. Identity card or identification document of the applicant (original and copy);
  5. Passport or insurance documentation or bank book of the deceased if the deceased had a passport or insurance or bank account (original and copy);
  6. Marriage certificate or document if application is made by the spouse;
  7. Other supporting documents such as the certificate or card certifying embracing of Islam of a parent of the deceased, Birth or Death Certificate of a parent of the deceased and the letter of approval for change of name from the Identity Card Division of NRD
  1. Registration fee: RM2.00;
  2. Fee for extract of Death Certificate: RM10.00
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Application To Correct Clerical Errors [Section 25 (2)] In The Death Certificate (Sarawak)

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Application to correct minor errors made by the NRD involving spelling errors which even if not corrected will not change the facts in the Death Certificate.

Application to correct information in Section 25 (2) may be submitted by the following persons:

  1. Parent of the deceased;
  2. Spouse of the deceased;
  3. Sibling of the deceased;
  4. Child or legally adopted child of the deceased
  1. Forms X1 and JPN.LM21 that are completed;
  2. Death Certificate of the deceased (original and copy);
  3. Identity card or identification document of the applicant (original and copy);
  4. Passport or insurance documentation or bank book of the deceased if the deceased had a passport or insurance or bank account (original and copy);
  5.  Marriage certificate or document if application is made by the spouse;
  6. Other supporting documents
  1. Registration fee: RM2.00;
  2. Fee for extract of Death Certificate: RM10.00
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Report Of Person Presumed Dead (Sarawak)

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Section 9 of the Births and Deaths Registration Ordinance (Sarawak Cap. 10) clearly states that the registration of death of a person in Malaysia is allowed only on condition that the body is found. For persons that the High Court has classified as presumed to be dead, the court will issue an order declaring that the person is legally presumed dead.

 

The NRD will not register or issue a death certificate for a person presumed dead. However, it will update the NRD system with information of the person that the High Court has declared to be presumed dead. For matters relating to a person who has been presumed dead, the next of kin must use the court order issued by the High Court.

 

Application to update the information of persons who are presumed dead by court order will be handled only by the NRD headquarters in Putrajaya. The application may also be submitted at the NRD of a state capital to be forwarded to the NRD headquarters in Putrajaya.

Application for report of person presumed dead may be submitted by the following persons or entities:

  1. Parent of the person whose name appears in the court order;
  2. Spouse of the person whose name appears in the court order;
  3. Child or legally adopted child of the person whose name appears in the court order;
  4. Sibling of the person whose name appears in the court order;
  5. Law firm
  1. Form III that is completed;
  2. Court order from the High Court or Shariah High Court or Court of Appeals or Federal Court that the person is presumed dead (a court order for presumption of death from courts other than those stated will not be accepted);
  3. Application letter from the law firm (if the applicant is a law firm);
  4. Identity card or identification document of the applicant (original and copy);
  5. Identity card of the client (if the applicant is a law firm) (copy);
  6. Identity card of the deceased

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Extract Of Death Certificate (Sarawak)

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Application by an eligible applicant to obtain a copy of the death register by paying a prescribed fee. Application for extract of the Death Certificate can be made only at the State NRD Office and Putrajaya NRD.

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

  1. Parent of the deceased;
  2. Spouse of the deceased;
  3. Child or legally adopted child of the owner of the Death Certificate;
  4. Sibling of the owner of the Death Certificate;
  5. Law firm;
  6. Statutory body;
  7. Government agency

CATEGORY 1: PERSON IN CATEGORIES 1 TO 4

  1. Form X1 that is completed;
  2. Identity card or identification document of the applicant (original and copy);
  3. Copy of Death Certificate of the deceased (if any)

 

CATEGORY 2: PERSON IN CATEGORY 5

  1. Form X1 that is completed;
  2. Official letter from a law firm requesting search or extract of the register;
  3. Letter of appointment from the client (applicant);
  4. Identity card or identification document of the client (applicant) (copy);
  5. Power of attorney to oversee the application (if applicable)

 

CATEGORY 3: PERSON IN CATEGORIES 6 AND 7

  1. Form X1 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)

Application fee is RM5.00. Government agencies are exempted from payment.

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Delayed Registration Of Death (Sarawak)

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Application for delayed registration of death is required when registration is made on the second to the seventh day after the death.

Death registration application may be made by the following persons:

  1. Next of kin of the deceased;
  2. Person with knowledge of the death
  1. Forms III and XI that are completed;
  2. Certification from the deceased’s community leader or tribal chief;
  3. Police report for death occurring at home (original and copy);
  4. Medical Certificate of the Cause of Death (form VIII);
  5. After Post-Mortem (form IX);
  6. Identity card or entry permit or passport of the informant (original and copy);
  7. Identity card or identification document of the deceased;
  8. Police report for the NRD if the identity card or identification document of the deceased is not submitted or is lost

Processing fee: RM5.00

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Late Registration Of Death (Sarawak)

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Application for late registration of death is required when registration is made after the seventh day of death in Sarawak.

An application for late registration of death may be submitted by the following persons:

  1. Mother of the deceased;
  2. Father of the deceased;
  3. Child of the deceased;
  4. Sibling of the deceased;
  5. Spouse of the deceased;
  6. Investigating police officer if there is no next of kin of the deceased
  1. Forms III and XI;
  2. Certification from a Sarawak community leader or village chief;
  3. Form VIII (Medical Certificate of the Cause of Death);
  4. Form IX (After Post-Mortem);
  5. Identity card or identification document of the informant (original and copy);
  6. Identification document of the deceased;
  7. Police report if the identity card or extract of death registry of the deceased is not submitted

Processing fee: RM10.00

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Normal Registration Of Death (Sarawak)

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Normal registration of death refers to registration of a death in Sarawak that is made within 24 hours of death.

Application for registration of death may be made by the following persons:

  1. Next of kin of the deceased;
  2. Person with knowledge of the death

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

  1. Form III and Form XI must be completed;
  2. Certification from the deceased’s community leader or village chief;
  3. Police report for death occurring at home (original and copy);
  4. Medical Certificate of the Cause of Death (Form VIII);
  5. After Post-Mortem (Form IX);
  6. Identity card or entry permit or passport of the informant (original and copy);
  7. Identity card or other identification document of the deceased. If these are unavailable/lost then a police report must be included.

Free of charge

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Application For Amendment of Particulars On Citizenship Documents

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Any person who wishes to ammend of the Citizenship document particulars due of error mistake may do so by making a written application using the prescribed form.

Form P must be completed and submitted together with A4 copies of the necessary documents.

Applications may be submitted at the counter of the Citizenship Division of the Putrajaya NRD headquarters or state NRD headquarters/branches or by post.

  1. Identity card or extract particular applicant’s information  on identity card
  2. Citizenship Certificate/Confirmation Status Citizenship Certificate/ Form W/Form K (Originals)
  3. Supported documents as a proof for amendment
  4. 3pc Passport-sized photograph of the applicant with a blue background
  5. Birth Certificate or latest extract of Birth Certificate (if any)
  6. Marriage document (if any)
  7. Only copies of documents need to be sent for applications made through the post
  8. The applicant shall be the:

8.1. Document owner or;
8.2. Parent of the document owner or;
8.3. Spouse of the document owner or;
8.4. Child of the document owner or ;
8.5. Next of kin (grandfather/grandmother only)

 

  1. RM10.00 for application fee
  2. RM10.00 to issue the document

Note: Payment is by cash or postal order of RM10.00 value.

RM10.00. 

All applications for citizenship matters require the use of original forms. Forms may be obtained from the Putrajaya NRD headquarters or state NRD headquarters/ branches. Application forms for registration of birth in a foreign country and renunciation of citizenship may be obtained from consulates abroad.

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Application For Renunciation Of Citizenship Under Article 23 Of The Federal Constitution

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Any citizen aged twenty-one years and above and of sound mind and who already is, or is about to become a citizen of another country may renounce his/her Malaysian citizenship. Age will not be taken into account if the woman is married.

1. The applicant must be aged 21 and above.

2. The applicant is of sound mind.

3. The applicant has or will soon obtain foreign citizenship.

4. Two copies of Form K must be completed and submitted together with copies of the necessary documents.

The applicant is required to go to any counter of the Citizenship Division of NRD or a Malaysian consulate in a foreign country, together with two copies of Form K (original) that have been completed.

1. Copy of the foreign passport

2. Copy of the foreign citizenship certificate or copy of confirmation that the applicant will become the citizen of a foreign country

3. Birth Certificate or latest extract of Birth Certificate for applicants born in Malaysia, or Form W for applicants born in a foreign country (if any)

4. Citizenship Certificate (if any)

5. Identity card (if any)

6. 2 Passport-sized photograph of the applicant with a blue background

7. The applicant’s left and right thumbprints

8. Form K must be signed and certified before a magistrate / Justice of Peace / solicitor / notary public or commissioner for oaths

9. Malaysian passport or other travel documents

10. Marriage document (for female applicants below age 21)

Note: All copies of supporting documents should be made on A4 paper.

RM10.00 for application fee

All applications for citizenship matters require the use of original forms. Forms may be obtained from the Putrajaya NRD headquarters or state NRD headquarters/ branches. Application forms for registration of birth in a foreign country and renunciation of citizenship may be obtained from consulates abroad.

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Application For Citizenship Under Article 19 Of The Federal Constitution – Aged 21 Years And Older

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This is application for Malaysian citizenship by naturalisation.

1. The applicant shall appear before the Registrar of Citizenship when submitting the application.

2. The applicant must be aged 21 years and above on the date of the application.

3. The applicant has resided in the federation for a period of not less than 10 years in a period of 12 years, including the 12 months immediately preceding the date of application.

4. The applicant intends to reside permanently in the federation.

5. The applicant is of good character.

6. The applicant has adequate knowledge of the Malay language.

7. The applicant must be sponsored by two referees who are citizens aged 21 years and above and who are not relatives, not hired persons, and not advocates or solicitors to the applicant.

8. Form C must be completed and submitted together with copies of the necessary documents.

The applicant is required to go to the counter at the Citizenship Division of the Putrajaya NRD headquarters or state NRD headquarters/branch, bringing along originals and copies of required documents.

1. APPLICANT’S DOCUMENTS (ORIGINALS AND COPIES)

1.1. Identity card
1.2. Entry permit or extract of details from the identity card register
1.3. Passport or other travel document (if any)
1.4. Birth Certificate, latest extract of Birth Certificate or Adoption Certificate (if any)
1.5. Three (3) recent passport-sized photographs with a blue background

2. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS (COPIES)

2.1. Identity card
2.2. Birth Certificate or latest extract of Birth Certificate (if any)
2.3. Citizenship Certificate (if any)

3. SPOUSE’S AND CHILDREN’S DOCUMENTS (COPIES)

3.1. Identity card (if any)
3.2. Birth Certificate or latest extract of Birth Certificate (if any)
3.3. Citizenship Certificate (if any)

4. PARENTS’ AND SIBLING’S DOCUMENTS (COPIES)

4.1. Identity card (if any)

Note: All copies of supporting documents should be made on A4 paper.

1. RM10.00 for application fee

2. RM200.00 to issue Citizenship Certificate for applicants residing in the federation on Independence Day, 31 August 1957 (if approved)

3. RM300.00 to issue Citizenship Certificate for applicants not residing in the federation on Independence Day, 31 August 1957 (if approved)

All applications for citizenship matters require the use of original forms. Forms may be obtained from the Putrajaya NRD headquarters or state NRD headquarters/branches. Application forms for registration of birth in a foreign country and renunciation of citizenship may be obtained from consulates abroad.

Note: The online forms is to be used as reference only. For transactions, please use the original forms.

Form C -Citizenship Aplication under Articles 19(1)(A)(i) of the Federal Constitution

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