Police Permit for inter-state travel within Malaysia during this Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO)

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Inter-state travel in Malaysia, whether by road or by air, requires consent during this Conditional Movement Control Order period.

https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation

/2020/05/20/air-travellers-need-permit-too

I’ve just accompanied a foreign client to the police station in Pulau Tikus (Note that only the Police Station in charge of the area where you reside will process this application), Penang, to assist in the application of a police permit for him to fly to KLIA from Penang. I must say, it was a pretty straightforward procedure. We obtained the consent within 30 minutes at no cost. Do ensure:

  1. A letter of application (ours was in Bahasa Malaysia to make it user friendly to the police) is furnished setting out the reason;
  2. Fill in the attached PKP form (It’s been translated from Bahasa into English to make it user friendly for our foreign friends).

Police Form

Author: Sam Choong

Sam Choong is a lawyer practising in Malaysia. His areas of practice include estate planning, wills and UK inheritance tax for expats residing or seeking to retire in Malaysia.

2 thoughts on “Police Permit for inter-state travel within Malaysia during this Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO)

  1. Any guideline or SOP for Malaysian that need to apply permit to fly back oversea to resume their work?

    1. Dear Connie,

      Thanks for the question. Unfortunately, I’m not familiar with this. Wouldn’t you need to check with the airlines and the country you intend to travel to?

      Hope you resolve this.

      Sam

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