Four ways to live in Malaysia
Once you visit Malaysia, You now sit in a chair (on the couch, it doesn't matter where) and wistfully remembering your awesome vacation, suddenly catch yourself thinking that You want not only vacation forays to visit the country and You want to live there. Oh my God, what to do?
And here to help with rushes all over the Internet, You read it and write it down, take notes and re-stumble upon some incredible ways of moving. Tips there, advice here. Stop! It's time to stop, to understand and make a decision whether You need Malaysia, really?
To obtain citizenship of Malaysia is not possible in principle, with the exception of some significant merits to the state, which we, of course, by default, rejects at once. But to legally live in the country nobody forbids You. Let's look at ways of legalization:
- You are a professional in the business, the chief prays for You, and You, not stuffing your price, understand that the achievements Your not bloated bubble, and a substantial storehouse of experience and knowledge. With this in mind, You almost lined the red carpet in Kuala Lumpur for an invitation from employers. If Your expertise extend into the field of IT, gas or oil, the track has already started to smear gold leaf. Compulsory spoken English, recommendations of former employers and the ability to demonstrate experience. Dependent visa for Your family - a nice bonus from the government.
- Already know what specialist You need, but I know that will get a student visa and while studying don't be afraid of the deportation, suspicious attitudes of the cops, but you're learning and parallel search for a job. Student visa can also be obtained not only by enrolling for language courses, but in University, as well as giving their child to an international school to obtain a dependent visa of the guardians.
- The so-called business version, which, by opening an offshore company on Labuan island, or a local company You get a work visa as the owner. There is a small trick, namely that opening an offshore company can not conduct any active work and accordingly not pay any significant income. The business option is ideal-both real and "virtual" business. Of course you need legal advice and understanding the essence of legal aspects.
- The fourth and last option to legally trample on Malaysian land - government program "Malaysia - my second home" (or in short MM2H). Guaranteed, but quite expensive option of obtaining a ten-year renewable visa.
Exotic options, like becoming a hero of the nation, to marry a Malay - we do not consider.
Now, briefly on the financial, sobering cost.
Working version - shareware. Conventionally, because it is impossible to appreciate all the hard work You put to become a good professional in your area.
Educational option: a language course - 80 000 rubles for 4 months (visa issued for six months); University studies - from 150 000 rubles / year (depending on the level of the University and location, to Kuala Lumpur is more expensive); international school for a child - from 70 000 rubles / year.
The option of opening a real local company to count is difficult, it is important to note that to obtain a work permit for one person Charter capital must be not less than 2,5 million roubles. With offshore simpler - registration ($2500), open account ($800), visa for Director ($1,000) and independent visas for the family at $ 300 apiece. To this collection add the rental office in Labuan - to calculate, pay and become the proud owner of a two-year renewable visas to Malaysia.
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From Pattaya you need to get into Satun (city in the South of Thailand), and from there by ferry or drive to Kuala Kedah or Kuala Perlis in Malaysia already.
I would prefer the first option, Satun, as passed through twice, it was fine. To Satun from Pattaya can be reached with a stopover in Bangkok. Travel from Bangkok to the southern bus station and there change to the bus to Satun. Previously, these buses were a lot, now looked up the schedule, there are very few, maybe just schedule them there. But even then that is quite suitable, it is night, will arrive in Satun in the morning and in the afternoon we will depart on the ferry. Basically about Satun all we've got painted - https://nashaplaneta.net/asia/thai/satun#getin
The second option is via Kuala Kedah or Kuala Perlis. If by bus, you must first get from Bangkok to hat Yai (https://nashaplaneta.net/asia/thai/hat-yai), and from there to Kuala Kedah or Kuala Perlis as you prefer, and then onto the ferry. According to this embodiment can be on the train ride.
The schedule for crossings, see here:
here all types of transport - https://12go.asia/?z=5962
trains in Thailand - http://www.railway.co.th/home/default.aspx?ID=&lang=EN#
trains in Malaysia http://www.ktmb.com.my/ktmb_ui/ ...
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