When a company can no longer pay its debts to business partners, creditors, and employees, it can become insolvent. Our insolvency lawyers in Malaysia can explain what you need to do and how to act to overcome this situation.
Interested in legal services in Malaysia? You can always opt for specialized services offered by one of our Malaysian attorneys.
According to the most recent changes to the legislation regarding virtual currency and transactions of this kind, Malaysia has recently registered 2 Initial Exchange Offering operators, also known as IEO.
A spouse visa in Malaysia can be issued with a validity of up to 5 years, for those interested in staying in this country for a longer period. This type of visa is also called a long-term social visit pass in Malaysia or LTVP.
If you are interested in employee/personnel relocation to Malaysia, you should know that the services of a Malaysian lawyer can be useful. He/she can take care of the necessary visa formalities, as well as residence and work permits.
If you want to immigrate from Ukraine to Malaysia you do not need to apply for a visa. The current political context allows Ukrainians to travel to Malaysia with fewer formalities.
If you want to immigrate from Russia to Malaysia you don’t need a visa. However, Russian citizens must comply with the formalities to obtain a visa that allows them to stay for one month in this country.
Like many other countries, Malaysia has recently implemented the digital nomad visa. This type of visa allows relocation to Malaysia for remote work for citizens around the world.
Malaysian citizenship by investment is not offered in Malaysia through a specific program, however, foreigners can apply for permanent residence and stay in the country as long as they want.
Malaysia My Second Home or MM2H is a program for foreigners who want to obtain residency in this country. The program is permissive and involves a number of simple formalities that can be explained by our immigration lawyers in Malaysia.