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Sarawak's Role in MM2H

"SPEEDIER APPROVAL OF MM2H VISA
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Sarawak is set to streamline the visa application process for foreign nationals who wish to set up home under the Malaysia My Second Home programme in Sarawak. This was said by the Housing Minister, Dato Sri Abang Johari when he stated that a Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department is specially tasked to carry out this duty. The idea is to promote and boost the MM2H programme. Last year they have 300 applicants, mostly from the UK, Australia and Hong Kong. But the number is growing and the state tourism industry is planning to aid this by doing promotion overseas.

Borneo Life has been promoting MM2H and the Sarawak Property Programme for a while now in various parts of the world. Soon we will be embarking on a series of roadshows in the United Kingdom. Without exception enquiries are growing through our campaigns covering Australia, United Kingdom, Canada, China, Russia and in Europe. Our intention is to facilitate their applicants at no cost as part of the overall service when they purchase a property through us.

For more information please view our website at www.borneolife.com and our weblinks.


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