- German Embassy legalisation and translation endorsement fees of € 25 = MYR 114.00 as of Embassy exchange rate in March ’19)
- French Embassy legalisation and translation certification fees of € 25 = MYR 115.00 as of Embassy exchange rate in March ’19)
- Any original Malaysian birth, marriage, death or single status certificate for translation/submission at the German Embassy must bear the legalisation seal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. As per the requirements of the German Embassy, any legalisation seal of the Ministry must bear the name of the registrar. No original certificates bearing the legalisation seal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stating the wordings ‘OFFICIAL’ instead of the name of the respective certifying registrar can be accepted for legalisation by the German Embassy. As ‘older versions’ of birth and marriage certificates usually do not contain the details of the civil registrar, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs can in turn not specify the name of the registrar in their legalisation seal. As such, an ORIGINAL EXTRACT of the respective certificate must be obtained at JPN Putrajaya for the German Embassy to accept to legalise the original certificate from their side. The same applies for original certificates that have been laminated and that can therefore not be legalised. WE ALSO OFFER THE SERVICE OF PROCURANCE OF THE ORIGINAL EXTRACTS OF BIRTH, MARRIAGE & DEATH CERTIFICATES AT JPN PUTRAJAYA. DO LET US KNOW IF YOU REQUIRE OUR SERVICE AND WE WILL BE GLAD TO ASSIST!
- Application of Malaysian driver’s licence for holders of the German driver’s licence: As per the latest requirements of the Malaysian authorities, a translation of the German driver’s licence is once again required and has to be subsequently endorsed by the German Embassy in Kuala Lumpur.
- As per the requirements of the German Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysian birth or marriage certificates issued in JAWI, which are to be translated into German language, are to be translated into ENGLISH language FIRST by the ITBM (Institute of Translation & Books). Thereupon the German translation can be issued by us. (Note: The German Embassy will not accept a direct translation from ITBM from JAWI to German).
- In order to obtain a certificate of capacity to marry from the German authorities, the Malaysian (Muslim) spouse must obtain a single status certificate/declaration which can be obtained at the Islamic Religious Department of Selangor.
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