The Malaysia My Second Home Programme (commonly abbreviated “MM2H”) is an international residency scheme supported by the Malaysian government to allow foreigners to live in the country on a long-stay visa of up to 10 years. So far over 10,000 foreigners have been approved and it is generating a lot of interest with the program attracting people who wish to retire in Malaysia or spend extended periods here.

Those who have called Malaysia “home”, have appreciated this country for its low cost of living, developed infrastructure, friendly Malaysians, attractive tourist destinations and its quality of life. For those with children, high education standards are available with international schools found across Malaysia.

To qualify for the program, applicants must meet certain financial and medical criteria. Successful applicants are then entitled to enter and leave the country on a largely unrestricted basis, and also benefit from other incentives aimed at making their stay in Malaysia more convenient.

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