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yoochunnie
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pr application translated documents

Postby yoochunnie » Wed, 01 Aug 2018 12:46 pm

hi any malaysian here? i need your help. for malaysia birth certificate need to be translated into english right? do i need to certified or notarised the translated doc in order to submit online for e-pr?

zcphua
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Re: pr application translated documents

Postby zcphua » Thu, 02 Aug 2018 3:16 pm

It should be okay if it's not translated. My friend gotten her PR without submitting the translated documents.

simon0426
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Re: pr application translated documents

Postby simon0426 » Mon, 13 Aug 2018 4:02 pm

yoochunnie wrote:hi any malaysian here? i need your help. for malaysia birth certificate need to be translated into english right? do i need to certified or notarised the translated doc in order to submit online for e-pr?


No need translate. I did not translate when submit my application

samuraibeefburger
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Re: pr application translated documents

Postby samuraibeefburger » Tue, 14 Aug 2018 11:53 am

I got mine translated, but the officer didn't actually ask me for it when I submitted my documents over the counter (I submitted my application late last year before online applications were introduced).

But for some peace of mind, just translate lor.


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