MM2H 签证许可福利和奖励

一旦您的申请成功,您可以享受各种福利和奖励,具体如下:
 
MM2H 签证许可证

- 将授予 5+5 共 10 年可续签的多次入境社交访问通行证。
- 可以在任何特定时间自由进出马来西亚,也可以在马来西亚自由居住。
 
购房

- 外国人可在马来西亚购买住宅物业,但须遵守不同州分别为外国人制定的最低价格。
- 从 2014 年 3 月 1 日起,大多数州的起价为每单位 RM 1,000,000。
- 土地是国家事务,在做出任何承诺之前检查州法律很重要,因为各州之间的最低购买价格没有标准化。 例如,砂拉越的最低价格门槛是 RM 350,000,而雪兰莪是 RM 2,000,000
 
家庭佣工

- 申请人可申请一名女佣,但须以入境事务处现行指引为准
 
家属

-- MM2H签证持有人可以在其申请下附加家属,但须符合以下要求:
i) 60岁以上的父母
ii) 未满 21 岁且未婚的子女
 
教育

- MM2H签证持有人可以让他们的孩子在马来西亚的国际学校就读
 
税收

- 离岸养老基金汇入马来西亚和任何其他外国资金汇入马来西亚可免税
 
商业与投资

- 持有 MM2H 签证的个人可以拥有并积极经营自己的业务,或投资于任何公司,但须遵守条款和条件
 
其他

- 进口个人/家庭用品时免税
- 申请人可以投资本地公司、股票市场和单位信托
- 从银行存款中获得的任何利息都是免税的
 
流程

步骤 1 提交联系我们或给我们发电子邮件

• 了解 MM2H 程序和资格
• 了解我们公司的服务和费用。
• 确认我们的参与。


财务要求和资格

• 每月离岸收入/退休人员需要每月收入 RM40,000
• 您需要出示流动资产达 RM1,500,000
• 定期存款(经批准)要求为 RM1,000,000 最多可提取 RM500,000,另外 RM500,000 将在整个计划中保留
• 此外,必须为每位受抚养人存入 RM50,000 的定期存款
• 您必须每年在马来西亚逗留 90 天
• 最低年龄为35 岁。



步骤 2 准备并提交申请文件

需要文件:
- 申请表
- 主申请人的简历复印件,包括以下信息:

• 学历
• 工作经验
• 获得的技能或专业知识

- 每个申请人彩色护照尺寸照片数字副本(蓝色背景色)
- 每个申请人的护照/旅行证件复印件,在带有个人资料的页面上提供证明
* 注意:所有的出入境印章页面也必须提供。
- 相关政府机构出具的良好行为信(无犯罪记录)。(夫妻)
- 结婚证书的核证副本(如果有配偶陪同)
- 出生证明/法律文件的核证副本(如果有子女/领养子女/继子女/父母陪同)- 最近 3 个月的工资单/损益表核证副本(如果受雇)等;
- 最近3个月银行对账单的核证副本,清楚地看到收入已准确记入银行账户对账单。
- 定期存款的核证副本。 (建议提供原件)
- 银行家信息。 (银行家姓名、地址、电话、电子邮件。)
- 公司就业证明
- 来自原产国的医疗报告(MF1 表格)

重要的提示:

• 所有副本必须由来自原籍国的大使馆/高级委员会/公证人/政府官员/律师/辩护人/审计员认证为原始文件的真实副本。
• 如果原始文件不是英文的,则必须由合格的翻译人员进行翻译。
• 受抚养人是指配偶和21 岁以下且未婚的子女,父母年龄在60 岁及以上。

对于批准的参与者:

• 请注意,MM2H 签证持有人在马来西亚逗留期间不得工作或受雇。


步骤 3 移民局出具的批准函

步骤 4 你抵达马来西亚

步骤 5 我们向入境事务处提交补充文件

• FD 证书 – 在马来西亚任何一家银行开立定期存款账户
• 医疗保险 – 在马来西亚拥有有效的医疗保险
• 医疗报告 (MF2) – 由当地医生进行的医疗检查

我们将协助并建议您获得所有这些要求

步骤 6 在护照上获得马来西亚我的第二故乡 MM2H 签证印章的背书

• 社会访问准证的签发费为每年 RM 500 + MEV 签证费每年 RM10-50
• 通行证的有效期取决于您的护照有效期(最长为 5 年)
• 我们将加快在MM2H移民局的签证盖章
 
收费架构

NO. 费用结构 数量 受益人
1. 每位客户的申请费 全家 RM 15,000 - RM 20,000 公司
2. 旅行签证通行证费用* 以每个国家为准 各自国家的领事馆
3. 健康检查 每人约 RM100.00 马来西亚选定医院/诊所
4. 医疗保险费用 每人每年大约 RM 500.00 – RM 3,000.00 马来西亚精选保险公司
5. MM2H签证费,MEV,JP签证费 RM500/年,RM10-50/年,RM500-550(如果需要) 马来西亚移民局
6. 文件翻译服务(可选) 每页 RM100.00 – RM200.00 翻译中心
7. 主要原则处理费 主要校长费用 RM 5,000 马来西亚移民局
8. 每个受抚养人的手续费 每位受抚养人 RM 2,500 马来西亚移民局
9. 保证金 RM 200 - RM 2000(取决于国家) 马来西亚移民局
 
注意:提交案件申请时,将向每位申请人收取 RM500 的不可退还处理费。 余款待审核通过后支付。 例如,主申请人稍后支付 RM4500 / 家属在获得批准后支付 RM2000。

MM2H 完整服务列表


下面列出的所有服务都是我们作为尊贵的客户可以提供给您的。 下面的列表说明了我们的初始申请费中包含和不包含的内容.


NO 服务 包括在我们的费用中
1. 协助文件编制
2. 处理 MM2H 申请
3. 提交 MM2H 申请
4. 更新您的 MM2H 批准
5. 协助您在抵达前开设银行账户
6. 协助您出具医疗报告
7. 协助您办理健康保险
8. 陪你去MM2H移民办签证
9. 就其他 MM2H 福利提供建议
10. 24 小时免费咨询有关 MM2H 和马来西亚的任何事宜
11. MM2H I-card申请 n/a
12. 来电签证申请 n/a
13. 协助预订酒店
14. MM2H 添加父母/配偶/孩子 需支付的额外费用
15. MM2H签证转移到新护照 需支付的额外费用
16. MM2H FD提款申请 需支付的额外费用
17. MM2H签证终止 需支付的额外费用
18. MM2H 女佣批准 需支付的额外费用
19. MM2H 续订处理 需支付的额外费用
20. MM2H 批准延期 需支付的额外费用
21. MM2H签证延期 需支付的额外费用
22. MM2H 添加家属 需支付的额外费用
23. 协助获得学生签证和大学申请 需支付的额外费用
24. 马来西亚驾照申请 需支付的额外费用
25. 马来西亚公司注册 需支付的额外费用
26. 商业咨询 需支付的额外费用
27. 马来西亚房产买卖 需支付的额外费用
28. 所有保险产品包括汽车、房屋等 需支付的额外费用
29. 离岸公司注册 需支付的额外费用
签证延期及更新
签证延期及更新
RM 1,500.00
提取定期存款
提取定期存款
RM 1,500.00
附加申请人
附加申请人
RM 3,000.00
第二家园计划终止
第二家园计划终止
RM 3,000.00
首要条件

本计划首要申请条件如下:

• 公开给所有国家的人民申请(以色列除外)*
• 主要申请人必须年满50岁或以上,其伴侣年龄不限。
• 40-50岁的申请者,需以居住为目的,投资价值至少60万的住宅房产。
• 年龄30-40岁的申请者,需符合以下其中一个条件,方可申请:
- 子女(18岁以下)在砂劳越求学,或
- 申请者本人 / 伴侣在本地医药机构接受长期医疗服务。

*受马来西亚法律或任何与本计划有关机构的相关法规约束。
 
条款与条件
 
• 所有文件准备妥当后,向砂劳越旅游、艺术与文化部提交申请。

• 第二家园计划代理公司将会作为申请者的担保人。

• 申请者须有一定的经济能力来维持在砂劳越的生活质量。

• 所有申请人需通过以下其中一个途径证明自己的经济能力;
在砂劳越本地任何银行存入一笔定期存款
推荐
RM 300,000 (夫妻)
RM 150,000 (个人)

年龄超过50岁者,出示自身国家提供的养老金证明
RM 10,000 (夫妻)
RM 7,000 (个人)

年龄超过30岁者,出示海外收入证明
RM 10,000 (夫妻)
RM 7,000 (个人)

参与计划期间,申请者须在本地银行存留最低存款金额。
RM 180,000 (夫妻)
RM 90,000 (个人)

• 申请者与其伴侣,在首次申请和每次更新时,需要个别提交个人身体健康检查报告做审核之用。

• 所有参与者不得在计划期间在马来西亚境内参与任何受薪工作或被聘,除非获得马来西亚移民局局长的批准。

• 申请者不得参与任何造成国家、州、当地居民、政治、传教等敏感性、挑衅性和威胁国家 / 州安全活动
 
首次申请
 
申请者 (包括伴侣)
主要申请人履历 (一份)
MM2H 申请表 (各一份)
IM.12 社会访问通行证申请表 (各一份)
护照复印件* (各一份)
主要申请者本国无罪证明信** (一份)
蓝色背景护照用照片 (各六份)

*备注:一年内更换过护照者,请同时附上旧护照的复印本并验证
** 仅限主要申请人。

经济能力证明
一份认证砂劳越本地银行定期存款账单复印件
推荐
RM 300,000 (夫妻)
RM 150,000 (个人)

五十岁以上申请者,出示最近三个月本国政府批准之养老金证明一份
RM 10,000 / 月 (夫妻)
RM 7,000 / 月 (个人)

三十岁以上申请者,出示个人海外(马来西亚以外)收入证明一份(需认证)
RM 10,000 / 月 (夫妻)
RM 7,000 / 月 (个人)

其他相关文件
RB II 健康检查表格及附件 (各一份)
结婚证书复印件一份 (需英译,需认证)(如携带伴侣)
携带子女出生证明复印件 (需英译,需认证)
 
重要提醒

• 所有相关文件必须在砂劳越进行认证。可以进行认证的人士包括各国大使、高级官员、律师、公证人和宣誓官

• 所有证件原件非英文者,必须英译

• 健康检查必须在砂劳越政府注册的医疗机构进行。如在私人医疗机构进行,须获得政府医院 / 诊所的医生附加认证。
 
计划参与者的条款和条件
 
成功获批准的-马来西亚第二家园计划中申请者。参与者可获得10年多次入境许可签证。所有参与者须在第二个五年(即6-10年)提交延长申请。延长申请须符合以下条件:
i. 个人护照有效期
ii. 新健康检查报告 (RB II 表格)

所有参与者
不可参与任何受薪工作或被雇佣,除非获得马来西亚移民厅总监的批准。

申请者不得参与任何照成国家、州、当地居民、政治、传教等敏感性、挑衅性和威胁国家/州安全活动。

在砂劳越本地银行内维持最低定期存款金额,即个人(RM 90,000)或夫妻(RM 180,000)
 
其他注意事项

合格申请者,需注意以下事项:

所有合格申请者,每年必须居住在砂劳越至少15天,这是更新与延长我的第二家园计划签证的必备条件。

所有合格申请者及其家属在获得我的第二家园计划签证前,必须个别购买医药保险,并出示证明。
 
购置房产

参与者在自愿的情况下,可在砂劳越各省购买价格不低与RM 600,000(古晋地区)或RM 500,000(其他省份)的住宅。

所购置的房产无需获得外国投资委员会(FIC)的批准
 
子女教育

砂劳越第二家园计划允许申请者携带21岁以下未婚子女一同申请。

欲在砂劳越求学的子女必须通过本地官方认证的教育机构申请学生证并在居住期间投保。

申请第二家园计划时,申请书必须附上以下相关文件供审核:
i. 提交申请时,申请人和子女必须一同出席
ii. 子女学生证附件(需认证)
iii. 入学批准信和校长推荐信复印件
iv. 学生个人资料表(可在移民厅获取)
v. 申请人护照原件和复印件
vi. 护照用照片一张
vii. 公立/私立教育机构/初高中学/小学/学前班/国际学校学生录取通知书
viii. 主要申请人/子女护照复印件
ix. 除国际学校外,需附上教育部推荐信
 
本地帮佣

参与者可申请一位本地帮佣。申请帮佣手续请按照马来西亚移民厅的标准和要求进行申请。
 
免税优惠

在马来西亚缴纳退休金者可免税

欲获得养老金免税的计划参与者,须提上交来自自己国家相关机构出事的年度养老金总额的说明信。
 
提取部分定期存款

第二年起参与者可就以下其中一个目的提出部分(40%)定期存款:
i. 购置房产
ii. 购买私家车
iii. 医疗费用
iv. 在砂劳越就读的子女教育费用

计划参与者必须在本地银行维持最低定期存款直到终止计划为止。
最低金额
RM 180,000 (夫妻)
RM 90,000 (个人)
砂拉越VIP 配套押金
砂拉越VIP 配套押金
RM 10,000.00
砂拉越基本配套押金
砂拉越基本配套押金
RM 7,500.00
砂拉越第二家园计划申请——基本配套
砂拉越第二家园计划申请——基本配套
RM 15,000.00
砂拉越第二家园计划申请 —VIP 配套
砂拉越第二家园计划申请 —VIP 配套
RM 20,000.00
大使公馆
大使公馆
禧榕庄
禧榕庄
马来西亚教育与房产计划
马来西亚教育与房产计划
投资租凭计划
投资租凭计划
圣约瑟夫国际学校
圣约瑟夫国际学校
莱仕国际学校
莱仕国际学校
GEMS 国际学校
GEMS 国际学校
飞优国际学校
飞优国际学校
MEDICAL  - ESSENTIAL MALE/ FEMALE
MEDICAL - ESSENTIAL MALE/ FEMALE
MEDICAL - SENIOR WELL WOMEN ABOVE 60 YEARS OLD
MEDICAL - SENIOR WELL WOMEN ABOVE 60 YEARS OLD
MEDICAL -  SENIOR WELL MEN ABOVE 60 YEARS OLD
MEDICAL - SENIOR WELL MEN ABOVE 60 YEARS OLD
MEDICAL - WELL WOMEN ABOVE 40 YEARS OLD
MEDICAL - WELL WOMEN ABOVE 40 YEARS OLD

What is a Will?

A Will is a legal document you draw up to declare your wishes for your loved ones as to how you want your assets to be distributed after you passed on.

WHY DO I NEED A WILL?
Without a Will, your assets could give more troubles than benefit to your family at a time when they are most vulnerable. Your loved ones could be involved in a long drawn legal process or fighting in a complex legal battle with other family members.

Without a Will, the law will decides who your beneficiaries, trustees and guardian would be. There is a legal process to go through before your loved ones can benefit from your assets. Leave nothing to chance. Make a Will and the law will protect your wishes.

When someone passed on, under the Malaysian law his/her estate will be FROZEN and to unlock the frozen estate, the following are the legal administration process (in general with exception):-

With a Will (Dies testate) - Apply Grant of Probate (GP)

The Executor appointed in the Will need to apply GP at the High Court. The GP can be obtained within 3 months to 1 year. Once the GP is extracted and all debts of the deceased settled, the Executor will distribute the estate according to the Will.

Without A Will (Dies intestate) - Apply Letter of Administration (LA)

The legal beneficiaries of the deceased’s estate need to apply LA. One or two administrator(s) will need to be appointed for this purpose. Upon extraction of LA, the administrator(s) will distribute the net assets of the deceased (after settled all his debts) according to the Distribution Act 1958 (As amended in 1997).
To apply for LA, the deceased’s family may need to fulfill certain requirements e.g. looking for 2 guarantors; the appointment of the administrator(s) need 100% consent from all legal beneficiaries; appointment of guardians for minors who will in-turn give consent to the appointment of administrator(s) etc, thus, this process could take 2 to 8 years and in between family contentions could occur.




Without a valid Will,
Firstly the deceased’s assets are frozen. His/her family, spouse and children might face cash flow problems while waiting for the extraction of LA.
With the LA, all his assets will be distributed according to the Distribution Act 1958 (As amended as at 1997).

  • He has lost the right to appoint executor, trustee and guardian of his choice. His children’s welfare may not be taken care of by the right person.
  • As Letters of administration (LA) is required, application to the High Court requires:
A. APPOINTMENT OF ONE OR TWO ADMINISTRATOR(S)
100% written consent is required from all lawful beneficiaries under the Distribution Act 1958 (Amended in 1997) for the appointment of the administrator(s). The administrator(s) who is chosen may not be the most suitable person to administer the estate. When there are minor beneficiaries, then, two administrators will be required before the court issues the LA. Guardians are appointed to decide for the minors as minors can not give written consent.

B. TWO SURETIES REQUIRED
Qualified guarantors are persons who have net worth value that is more or equivalent to the gross estate value of the deceased. The security may be by way of bond in the amount equivalent to the GROSS VALUE of the estate of the deceased.

  • More time require to fulfill the requirements for the application of LA.
  • More legal cost are involved.
  • If both the husband and wife decease together, the court will appoint guardian for the minor children.
  • Family contention may arise. Family members may be fighting in the court over the distribution or choice of assets.
  • Under the Distribution Act, if there are surviving parents to the deceased, these parents received 1/4 share of the estate. Problems will arise if these parents die later. Their entitlements will in turn go to their children. This complicates the distribution as there are more claimants. (Please refer to the chart above).
And, with a valid Will,
You provide for your beneficiaries in the way you choose rather than letting the laws decides.

  • You exercise your RIGHT under the law to appoint people of your choice to administer your estate (Will Executor) and carry out your wishes, ensure and safeguard the interest of those you loved and care. You select your preferred Will Executor whom is expected to do a good job when you pass on.
  • You can also provide support in monetary form or in kind to other selected family members e.g. stay-in partner, aging uncles, dependants, friends, step-children, “god-children”, church, temple or any charity organizations etc. All these persons have no provisions under the law.
  • You appoint Trustees (Will Trustee) and Guardian of your choice for your infant children in the event of your spouse predeceasing you or if both of you were to pass on. These are trustworthy persons who will ensure your children’s welfare are in good hands.
  • No sureties are required for application of Grant of Probate (GP).
  • Generally, it costs less in term of legal fees and less time to apply for a Grant of Probate (GP) than Letter of Administration (LA).
  • Family members who depend on you can avoid facing financial hardship.
PROBLEMS AND DIFFICULTIES FACED BY THE FAMILY WHEN APPLYING FOR THE LETTER OF ADMINISTRATION (LA)
1. Require two guarantors

  • Family members might have difficulty to look for the qualified guarantors. The guarantors must have a net worth equivalent to the gross value of the deceased’s estate.
  • This results in the delay in estate administration. Beneficiaries might take a longer time to receive their shares of the estate. The delay might result in estate shrinkage and beneficiaries might receive less due to the shrinkage in estate.

2. Conflict & problems faced over the appointment of administrator(s)
  • The Court requires 1 or 2 administrator(s).
  • Family contention arises over the right to be appointed as the Administrator(s).
  • There is risk of the Administrator(s) absconding the estate.
  • Appointed Administrator(s) may lack competence to perform.
  • Family might not be able to obtain the 100% consent from all legal beneficiaries required.
  • When there is a minor beneficiary, two Administrator(s) are needed.

3. Legal Fees higher to apply for LA
  • To apply for LA, the family members might receive less due to the generally higher legal costs incurred.

4. Financial difficulties faced by the family as it takes more time to apply for LA
  • Normally it takes 2 to 5 years OR MORE, thus dependants may face cash flow problems as the deceased’s bank accounts are frozen.
  • Distributions under the Law might results in a change in ownership in businesses/companies of the deceased which might lead to fragmentation and loss in continuity and control.
5. The Law takes over your ‘RIGHT’ to name your beneficiaries
  • As there is no Will, whom your beneficiaries are and the proportion for distribution are decided by the law. The distribution may not be that of your choice, and you lose your Right to distribute your hard earned assets the way you want it.
  • Under the Law, there is no provisions for partner, stepchildren, illegitimate children, relatives whom you support.
6. The Law takes over your ‘RIGHT’ to appoint trustees and guardian for your minor children
  • If both parents die in a common disaster, the Court decides who are the trustees & guardians for your minor children.
  • The appointed person(s) might not be competent to perform the job.
  • Welfare of minor might not be taken care of.
  • Misuse of funds by the appointed Trustee might happen.
  • You lose your Right to choose your preferred trustees/guardian.

WHY IT IS IMPORTANT TO HAVE A WILL?

A PERSON DIES WITH A WILL A PERSON DIES WITHOUT A WILL
You provide for your beneficiaries in the Will you choose rather than letting the law to decide for you. Your estate will be distributed to the lawful beneficiaries according to the Distribution Act 1958 (As amended in 1997).
Partner, step children, illegitimate children, aged relative or others who depend upon you can be provided for in a Will. Under the law, there is no provision for these group of people. They might fall into financial difficulties without your support.
You exercise the right to appoint people of your choice to administer your estate and to carry out your wishes, safe guarding the interest of those you love and care. He is your Will Executor. The Court decides for you. It might not be your choice.
No family contention could arise over the choice of administrator(s). Family conflict may arise on the choice of administrator(s).
You may appoint guardian of your choice for your infant children, so that their welfare, support, health and education will be taken care by the right person. The Court decides for you. It might not be your choice.
No guarantor is required for application of Grant of Probate (GP). Two sureties are required to provide security for the due administration of the estate. The security shall be equivalent to the gross estate of the deceased. There will be delay in the estate administration.
Generally, it costs less in term of legal fees to apply for Grant of Probate (GP) than Letter of Administration (LA). Legal fees could be costly.
With a Will, the whole legal estate administration process could take just a couple of months with a Will Executor appointed by you. The legal process could take years. Assets could have shrunk in value when LA is obtained.
Your loved ones are financially protected. Your family could be facing serious financial difficulties.
Your appoint Will Trustee to hold on trust for your minor beneficiaries.  


DO YOU KNOW ?

Do you know?
That when someone passes on, all his assets including his/her banks account (joint/sole name), CDs share accounts, properties, private limited shares, business will be FROZEN?

Do you know?
On 21/01/2007 it was reported in major newspapers, our then Deputy Prime Minister said there is a total of RM40 billion worth of unclaimed cash and assets left by the dead. To avoid the problem, he urged fellow countryman to write a Will to avoid facing problems of claiming FROZEN assets of the deceased (please refer to NEW STRAITS TIMES, SIN CHEW DAILY, dated 22/1/07).

Have you ever wondered?
That if both parents were to go together, who will step into the parent’s position to take care of the children’s education and welfare? Who will be the guardian?

You may not know...
That without a Will, your loved ones might have to wait for years; running around searching for the required two guarantors. You lose your RIGHT to appoint the executor of your choice to administer your estate & your preferred trustees for your minor children.

You ought to know...
That without a Will, your assets will be distributed in accordance to the Distribution Act 1958(As amended in 1997). Under the Act, your assets will be divided between your surviving spouse, children and parent(s) in a certain proportion (1/4, 1/2, 1/4). More problems arise if your parent(s) pass on soon after you. Your assets may be subdivided further between your brothers and sisters etc. Result? There will be many more additional claimants!

Have you ever wondered?
What will happen to your loved ones / dependants if they are unable to receive your assets in the shortest possible time after your demise?

You may think...
That you do not have much to give away. The truth is writing a Will has little to do with your net worth but everything to do with leaving a legacy of love and care.

Do you know?
90% of your assets are without beneficiary(ies) & 90% of eligible Malaysians do not have a Will? Thus, there is an urgent need to write a Will. If not, the law will decide who your beneficiaries / trustee / guardian, NOT YOU! Assets may become FROZEN AND UNCLAIMED under the Law. Why leave it to the law when you can decide in a Will?

Who Are Named in the will? What is his/her roll?


THE PERSON WHO IS HE/HER? HIS/HER ROLE
Testator A person who writes a Will  
Executor(s) Person(s) or Trust Corporation appointed by the testator to administer his/her estate.
  • To locate the Will
  • To make funeral arrangement
  • Apply for Grant of Probate (GP)
  • Calling in assets of deceased
  • To pay debts
  • To prepare Statement of Accounts
  • To distribute assets according to the Will
  • To carry out wishes mentioned in the will

 
Trustee(s) Person(s) or Trust Corporation appointed in a Will. To hold on trust for beneficiaries who inherit assets in a Will.
Guardian A person appointed in a Will. To take care of the welfare of minor children.
Beneficiary A person or corporation named in a Will. To receive gifts.
Two Witnesses A person who witness the signing of Will. To confirm that the testator is of sound mind.

Have you ever wondered?
Have you considered why you will make sure you have named beneficiaries for your insurance & Employees Provident Fund (EPF) payouts but omit to name beneficiary for your assets like house, bank a/c, car, land, shares etc?


WHAT IS A TESTAMENTARY TRUST

A testamentary trust (sometimes referred to as a will trust or trust under will) is a trust specified in a Will a person’s Will which arises upon the death of the testator. A will may contain more than one testamentary trust, and may address all or any portion of the estate.

A testamentary trust goes into effect upon an individual's death and is commonly used when someone wants to leave assets to a beneficiary, but doesn't want the beneficiary to receive those assets until a specified time. Testamentary trusts are irrevocable.

What is a testamentary trust?
A testamentary trust is a trust contained in a last will and testament that provides for the distribution of all or part of an estate and often proceeds from a life insurance policy held on the person establishing the trust. There may be more than one testamentary trust per will.

Who are testamentary trusts created for?
Generally, testamentary trusts are created for young children, relatives with disabilities, or others who may inherit a large sum of money that enters the estate upon the testator's death.

How is a testamentary trust created?
A testamentary trust is provided for in a last will by the Testator, who appoints a “trustee” to manage the funds in the testamentary trust during the trust period until the “beneficiary,” or person receiving the money, takes over.

When is a testamentary trust created?
The trust kicks in at the completion of the probate process after the death of the person who has created it for the benefit of his or her children or others; note this differs from “inter vivos” trusts, which are created during the lifetime of the settlor.

How long does a testamentary trust last?
A testamentary trust lasts until it expires, which is provided for in its terms. Typical expiration dates may be when the beneficiary turns 25 years old, graduates from university, or gets married. In Malaysia, the maximum trust period is 80 years.

Who can be the trustee of a testamentary trust?
The person creating the trust may choose anyone, but it should be someone the person trusts to act in the best interests of the children or others receiving the trust funds. If, for any reason, the person chosen declines to take on the responsibility of trustee, someone else may volunteer or the court will appoint a trustee.

WHO NEEDS A WILL?
  • All Malaysian – Married or Single
  • Foreigners who owns assets in Malaysia
  • Expatriaate working in Malaysia who owns assets in Malaysia
  • Foreigner who are under Malaysia My Second Home Programme (MM2H)
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无论你打算在马来西亚做什么样的生意,你都需要注册你的公司。许多想要创业的企业家常常在注册过程中遇到困难。因此,这篇文章将让你更容易在马来西亚注册一家公司。经马来西亚公司委员会批准注册的公司。

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伙伴关系 2 - 以上  
个人独资 1  


资本

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个人独资 任何数量


时间

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100%的外资

在马来西亚,有两种类型的业务类别将建议形成。第一个是100%外资,资本需要50万。如果你想进入进出口业务,那么你需要100万RM的资金。同样的数字也适用于开餐馆或任何形式的贸易业务。

合资
资本,RM 350K,如果是合资公司,建议合资公司拥有51%的股权。这适用于马来西亚合作伙伴。没有更多的授权资本作为修正案。

公司名称
所有公司,无论是本地或外国所有权公司注册由SSM。在那里,注册公司的第一步是提出“名称核准”。你需要遵守公司的命名规则。它们不能包含CCM提供的任何限制字。最后的公司名称应以“Sdn Bhd”结尾。

为什么叫Sdn Bhd
Sdn和Bhd是马来语术语,称为私有有限公司。例如,名称应该是ABC SDN BHD来代替ABC LIMITED。一旦注册完成,一个数字将作为身份。那是你的正式文件、信件和名片。CCM的所有表格和说明均以英文提供给全球投资者。

在线提交
一旦您清除了冠名权,您将需要准备提交SSM的文件。您需要提供的第一件事是所有股东的姓名和详细信息。根据1965年的公司法,至少有一个股东需要成立公司。股份制公司有利于银行经营和决策。

注册Sdn Bhd公司需要多长时间?
如果提议的名字被拒绝将会花费更长的时间。

成立公司需要多少股东?
至少1名股东。

除公司注册外,还需要多少许可证?
招牌,前提,出口,进口,清真,环境需要。

外国人可以持有公司的全部股份吗?
是的,外国人可以持有自己公司的全部股份。

我需要在马来西亚成立公司吗?
没有必要的。你可以在海外注册。

Sdn Bhd代表什么?
Sendirian Berhad(马来语),意为私人有限公司。

外国人可以注册个人独资吗?
不,不能。只有Sdn Bhd公司可以注册。
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