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Selangor moves some passport renewals online starting 1 June 2023: Kajang & Kelana Jaya

Selangor moves some passport renewals online starting 1 June 2023: Kajang & Kelana Jaya

With this, applications for those aged 13 to 59 will not be accepted at the counter, or by "walk-in".

Application renewal services for Malaysia passports will be accepted entirely online from 1 June 2023 for selected immigration offices in the state of Selangor.

The immigration office branches involved are:

  • Pejabat Imigresen Cawangan Kajang (Kajang Immigration Office)
  • Pejabat Imigresen Cawangan Kelana Jaya (Kelana Jaya Immigration Office) 

These offices will accept passport renewal applications online for:

  1. Applicants aged 13 to 18 years, 
  2. Applicants aged 18 to 59 years; and
  3. Elderly applicants aged 60 and over.

With this, applications for those aged 13 to 59 will not be accepted at the counter or by "walk-in" at the abovementioned offices.

However, the two offices will still accept applications at the counter or by walk-in for:

  1. Application for children aged 12 and under;
  2. Prospective Haj Pilgrims (who accept the Haj Fund offer);
  3. Students aged 21 and under (who have accepted an offer to study abroad);
  4. Application for persons with disabilities (OKU); and
  5. Family members accompanying child applicants aged 12 and under.

Currently, there are nine immigration offices located in Selangor, and the recent announcement is only pertaining to the two cited above - i.e. for Kajang and Kelana Jaya. 


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