Category Archives: Visa & Immigration

How to Track Your UK Visa Application

If you have submit an Application for UK Visa and you have given an Application Reference number on your Application Receipt you can Track you Application Status by clicking link below.You need to put your Application Reference number and Date of Birth in tabs.

Track Your Application


GERRY’S Call Center For UK Visa Application Process Enquiries

Gerry’s the official partner of UK Border Agency operates a call centre to answer your questions about the visa application process.

Email enquiries 

If you have any questions or require information on the visa application process in Pakistan, please email Gerry’s, free of charge, using the email addresses below.

Please mark your email queries to the attention of the customer service team.


You can send emails in Urdu and English and you will receive a reply in one of these languages. Gerry’s will aim to respond to your email enquiry within 1 working day.

Telephone enquiries 

For PTCL land lines: 090010411
From UK: 0871-7043005
All mobile providers dial short code: 8865

These are premium rate numbers and you will be charged at the rate of PKR 10 per minute.

Opening hours: Monday – Saturday, 08:00 – 12 midnight
Languages offered: Urdu, English and Pashto


Tuberculosis (TB) Test Centers in Pakistan For UK VISA Applicant

If you want to go to the UK for more than 6 months you must to be tested to show that you are free from TB before we will accept your visa application. If you refuse to take a test, your visa application will be refused.

The test takes the form of a chest x-ray.

Booking a TB Test

You can book a test by phoning the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) offical partner of UK Border Agency call centre on:

UAN: +92 51 111 466 472



Gerry’s UK Visa Application Centres Address in Pakistan

Gerry’s the Official partner of UK border agency collect applications for UK visa in Pakistan on total 4 offices in Pakistan but first you need to get an appointment before submitting your application by calling on below numbers.

To make an appointment 

Telephone: 0900 10411 (landline) or
8865 (mobile).

Application Centers.


14-B, Sadiq Plaza G-9 Markaz


43/1/D, Razi road PECHS, Shahrah-e- Faisal Karachi


20, Ex American Centre Building, Opp. Ganga Ram Hospital Queens Road


Nau Mahal Plaza, Near Foot Ball Square, Defense Road

Operating hours

Visa application submission: Monday – Friday 08:00-14:00

Document collection: Monday to Friday 14:00 to 17:00.

Please note: You will be contacted by Gerry’s to arrange a time to collect the decision on your visa application, documents and passport.

Ramadan Opening Hours 

Visa application submission: Monday – Friday 0800-1200

Document collection: Monday to Thursday 1200-1500.
Friday 1200-1400




IELTS Test Centres and upcoming Dates in Pakistan

IELTS has more than 9 test centres in over PAKISTAN. You can search for your nearest test centre by city and territories, and city. To find out upcoming test dates and the test fee, click on More Information under each city address.

British Council Faisalabad – Test Venue
Next Test Date: 18-Dec-2010
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British Council Hyderabad – Test Venue
Next Test Date: 11-Dec-2010
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AEO Islamabad – Test Centre
Next Test Date: 11-Dec-2010
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British Council Islamabad – Test Centre
Next Test Date: 11-Dec-2010
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AEO Karachi – Test Centre
Next Test Date: 11-Dec-2010
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British Council Karachi – Test Centre
Next Test Date: 11-Dec-2010
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AEO Lahore – Test Centre
Next Test Date: 11-Dec-2010
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British Council Lahore – Test Centre
Next Test Date: 18-Dec-2010
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British Council Multan – Test Venue
Next Test Date: 15-Jan-2011
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Introduction to the IELTS Test and Some Tips for Preparation

The IELTS test has two forms: the Academic test (or module) and the General Training test (or module). The module that you take depends on the reason that you are taking it for. Generally speaking, the Academic Module is for those people who are trying to gain entry onto undergraduate or postgraduate education courses or for professional reasons. The General Training Module is for those people who wish to join some kinds of vocational or training courses, secondary schools or for immigration purposes.

Both Academic and General Training modules try and reflect real life situations to test whether a candidate would survive in English speaking social and academic environments. For example, the Part 2 section of the speaking asks candidates to talk, after 1 minute’s preparation, for 1 to 2 minutes on a given general topic. This would test General Training candidates to see if they could give a “work related presentation” to fellow work colleagues and would test Academic candidates if they can give a “university style presentation” to fellow students. It tests whether candidates have the English language capability to perform these tasks under some kind of pressure.

The IELTS test (both Academic and General Training modules) is divided into four parts: reading, writing, listening and speaking. The listening and speaking tests are exactly the same for the Academic and General Training modules but the reading and writing tests are different. Thus the test appears like this (in the order that you will take the different parts):

Listening 4 sections; 40 questions. 30 minutes 4 sections; 40 questions. 30 minutes
Reading 3 sections; 40 questions
3 long texts
Time:1 hour
3 sections; 40 questions
3 long texts
1 hour
Writing 2 tasks
Time:1 hour
2 tasks
1 hour
Speaking 3 sections
Time:11 – 14 minutes
3 sections
11 – 14 minutes





This is a 1 hour test in 3 sections with 40 questions based on 1 reading text per section (ie: 3 reading texts). The length of the Academic reading test will be between 2000 and 2750 words. Candidates are given a question paper and an answer paper. They may write on the question paper but they may not remove it from the test room after the test. All answers must be put onto the reading answer sheet before the end of the hour – there is no extra time after the 1 hour set for the academic reading test for the transfer of answers to the answer paper.

A variety of question types is used. Questions types that you will see will usually come from the following list:

  • multiple choice
  • short answer
  • sentence completion
  • notes/summary/diagram/flow chart completion
  • choosing from a heading bank to identify paragraphs or parts of the text
  • identification of writers opinions/ideas – yes/no/not given
  • identification of information in the text – yes/no/not given OR true/false/not given
  • classification
  • matching lists or phrases

Texts are taken from magazines, journals, books and newspapers. Texts are for an undergraduate or postgraduate readership but assume NO specialist knowledge of the subject. All reading passage topics will be of general academic interest. At least one text will contain a logical argument. One text may include a diagram, graph or illustration. If there are any words or terms of a specialist technical nature, which candidates would not be expected to know, then a short glossary will be provided.



The AC writing test is of 1 hour duration. Candidates are required to do 2 tasks.

The Academic Writing Task 1 asks the candidate to describe in his or her own words factual information given to the candidate in pictorial form(s). The pictorial form(s) could be a line graph, a bar chart, a pie chart, a table or a picture describing a process. There could be a combination of these input forms. Candidates must write a minimum of 150 words.

The Academic Writing Task 2 asks the candidate to write an essay on a general academic topic. Candidates must write a minimum of 250 words.



The IELTS Academic Speaking Test is the same for both the AC and GT modules. The test is conducted with 1 examiner and 1 candidate. The Academic Speaking test is recorded. The Academic Speaking Test is divided into 3 sections.

Section 1 The Academic Speaking Test Section 1 begins with some general introductory questions. This is followed by some questions on personal information similar to the type of questions one would ask when meeting someone for the first time. Finally the examiner asks a series of questions of 2 topics of general interest. (4 – 5 minutes)

Section 2 The Academic Speaking Test Section 2 is a monologue (1 person speaking) by the candidate. The examiner will give the candidate a card with a subject and a few guiding questions on it. The student must talk for 1 to 2 minutes on this subject. The examiner decides on the exact length. The student has an optional 1 minute in order to prepare for his talk and is provided with some paper and a pencil in order to make some brief notes. After the candidate’s talk the examiner will ask 1 or 2 brief questions in order to finish off the section. (3 – 4 minutes)

Section 3 In the Academic Speaking Test section 3 the examiner will ask some more questions generally related to the subject spoken about in section 2. These questions will be more demanding and require some critical analysis on the part of the candidate. (4 – 5 minutes)



The IELTS Academic Listening Test is the same for the AC and GT modules. The candidates will listen to a tape and answer a series of questions. The tape will be played ONCE only. The Academic Listening Test is in four sections with 10 questions in each (ie: a total of 40 questions) and will last for about 30 minutes with an extra 10 minutes at the end to transfer answers to the answer sheet.

A variety of question types is used in the Academic Listening Test. Questions types that you will see will usually come from the following list:

  • multiple choice
  • short answer
  • sentence completion
  • notes/diagram/flow chart completion





1)          All have a reason to read a passage (start to take interest into the topic).

2)          Increase your personal speed.

3)          Increase your sentence reading speed.

4)          Manage your time carefully.

5)          Time is your enemy.

6)          Remember the test is meant to be change.

7)          Develope a memory for English.

8)          Read the topic stances of paragraph.

9)          Read the instruction carefully.

10)      Instructions contain clues about the information of the passage.

11)      Always look at the examples.

12)      Examples are the correct way to answer, in summarized form, tell more about passage it self.

13)      Don’t forget to make logic guess.

14)      Check your answers grammatically true.

15)      Check your spelling.

16)      Make sure that your answers easy to read.

17)      Always write all your answers on the answer sheet.

18)      Complete the sentence. (Grammatically correct).

19)      Sign post key words/phrases (where the answers can be found).

20)      Destination key words/phrases (Close to answer and often from the part of the answer phrases).

21)      Titles … give the rough idea about main topic if not, word out while reading passage.

22)      Headings help you to predict what passage is about.

23)      Bold print words are very important.

24)      Scan the information and predict and large amount of information.

25)      Read each art of questions in the logic order.

26)      Questions themselves provide you value able hints, links, idea contain in

The passage, specific information on your first reading.                 

27)      Use questions key words and phrases to find the answers.

28)      Questions may come before and after the questions.

29)      See how many questions …… from where to where.

30)      Likely to be false/true.


1)        Match making.

2)        True/ false.

3)        Gap fill task.

4)        Sentence completions.

5)        Table, chart, diagram completions.

6)        Multiple choices.

7)        Short answers.




       1)    For sentence completion task & gap fill summary first as its help you in        

      Understanding others questions.

2)       Scan and skin.

3)      Sweep your eyes across the page slowly & smoothly, starting at the top left, in working your way across &down the page in wave like motion.

4)      Don’t read every word & don’t rush.

5)      Simply guiding your eyes with your finger, pen, pencil. Stop for a moment when you are going to read something important, that you have found and continuing slowly back and forth, across & down the page.

6)      Guide your eyes across the page using first three fingers or your index fingers.

7)      Read the topic sentence or paragraph first.

8)       Topic sentence …… first, second, third and last.

9)      Read all the key words in the whole paragraph.

10)  Matching task.

11)  Read the whole paragraph from top to the bottom if you have time to read it.

12)  Leave the most different match to lose.

13)  Firstly solve the easier match first.

14)  It is useful to match to match at least three areas of information in a possible answer before closing the answer.

15)  Place the task across the page where one question end and other start.

16)  Read the sentence before and after the answer.

17)  Summaries the part and the whole passage for the conclusions. 

18)  Read it for the general understanding for the text.




  • Good afternoon. My name is ……
  • Hello my name is… but most of my friends call me …


                   FACTUAL INFORMATIONM                    COMENTS

                                 §         Generally.                                            Now, let me see.

                                §         Usually.                                                Surprisingly enough.                 

  • Most of time.                                        Actually.
  • On the whole.                                       Interestingly enough.



  • In my opinion.                             Well, personally speaking.
  • I personally think.                        It seems that.
  • I believe that.                              From my point of view. 
  • I feel that.                                   As I see it.
  • To my mind.                                I’m quite convinced that. 
  • Obviously.                                   I’m fairly certain that.




Describe a person whom you admire.

 You should say: -

  • Who this person is.
  • What he/she is like.
  • The length of time you have admired this person.
  • For what this person is well known.
  • Explain why you admire this person. 


                                                              TASK CARD B


  • To start with…
  • I would like to begin with…
  • I would like to tell you about…



 So, next, also, beside, as well as, and then, perhaps, I should mention, after ward, although, however, not only…but, on the other hand, yet, other wise, what, more, though.



  • For instant.                                  For on thing.

   §         Take the way.                              To give you an idea.                   

   §         Take for example.                        Namely.


  • So, in the end.                             Finally.
  •  So.                                               To finish off.
  • All in all.                                      I’d like to finish with.



  • The main difference.                     Just a little difference.
  • One of the differences.                  Totally difference.
  • In contrast/on the other hand.      Slightly difference.
  • Similarly/like wise.                        Where as/while.



  • It may/could/might (well) be that         May be. 
  • It’s quite possible that.                          I guess.
  • I imagine that.                                       I suppose.
  • Perhaps.                                I expect.



  • That’s why.                         §          You see.
  • Besides.                              §          To be honest.
  • Because.                             §           Let me explain.
  • So.                                      §           The reason why.
  • What I mean is.                  §           What I’m saying that.




  • Now let me think…
  • It difficult to say that…
  • That’s an interesting question….
  • How shall I put it?
  • The best way I can answer is this…
  • Hon, that’s a difficult question. Let me see…
  • I’ll have to think about that…
  • Let’s put it this way…



                                            There are three parts.

  • Introduction.
  • Speak on a specific topic.
  • Discussion topic.


In 1st part examiner ask you about

  • Your self.
  • Your home.
  • Work or studies.
  • Or other familiar.


 In 2nd part examiner ask you about

  • Your city.
  • Any industry in your country.
  • Your favorite personality.
  • On some current issues.


In 3rd part examiner ask you about

  • Some questions related to 2nd part.






                        The speaking module assesses whether candidate can communicate effectively in English. The assessment takes in to account fluency and Coherence, Lexical Resource, Grammatical Range and Accuracy, and Pronunciation.



              There are some sentences, which are the proper way to communicate ours emotions like,



  • Un happy about/don’t like…
  • I am not comfortable about/with…
  • … Is not was I expected/was expecting.
  • … Does not suit me/my need.
  • … Is too + adjective e.g. he is too good.





  • Thanks you very much for….
  • I am great full to you for….




  • I am sorry that I….
  • I regret that I ….
  • Please accept my apology for + v + ing.
  • Please for give me for….
  • Unfortunately/regrettable I …




  • Although I stated that…. yet…
  • Despite of my request for….
  • Even though I telephone about…yet….
  • Need/ want/ desires.
  • What I am looking for this…
  • What is suit me best this…
  • I am keen to…
  • I would very much like to…
  • I would be great full if you could…







  • I delighted about/by….
  • I thoroughly enjoyed…
  • ….was very impressive/enjoyable.




  • I would like to…
  • I am very much interesting in v 1st  + ing.
  • Could I suggested that…
  • Please avoid v 1st +ing.
  • Wouldn’t is be better if you …
  • I would recommend that you …
  • I would appreciate it if …




     ADDITION             SEQUENCE              CONSEQUENCE

In addition                   Firstly                               As a result

And                            Initially                          Thus

Similarly                   Secondly                         So

Like wise                  To begin with                 There fore        

As well as                   Then                                  Consequently

Besides                      Next                                  It follow that

Furthermore           Earlier/Later               There by

Also                          After this/that                      Eventually

More over              Following this/that           Then

And then                 Afterward                         In that case

Too                                                                     Admittedly

Not only…but


Beside this                                                                                          CONDITION          DEFINATION                CERTAINLY

 Obviously                                If                                     Is

                             Certainly                             Unless                             Refer to

                                  Plainly                               Whether                              Means

                                 Of course                         Provided that                         That is

                                 Undoubtedly                           For                              Consist of

                                                                              So, that


                                                                          Depending of

                                 EXAMPLES            REASONS                   TIME

   For instant                    Since                                        Before

 One example                  As                                            Since

 For example                   Because of                               As

    Just as                         Due to                                      Until

In particular                     Owing to                                  Meanwhile

   Such as                        The reason why                        At the moment

   Namely                        In other word                           When

To illustrate                      Leeds to                                   When ever

                                       Cause                                       As soon as

                                                                                                            Just as


In conclusion                                                          In summary

Lastly                                                                     Finally

To sum up                                                              To conclude

To recapitulate                                                        In short



How ever                                                               On the other hand

Despite                                                                   In spite of / Despite

Though                                                                   All though

But                                                                         On the contrary

Other wise                                                              Yet

Instead of                                                               Rather

Where as                                                                In contrast

Altematively                                                            None the less

Even though                                                            Compare with  


How to get test date:-

By British Council :- Call at 0800-22000 0r 111-424-424 you need to have copy of NIC (2 color copies) copy of Passport (Optional) + 2 Passport Size photograph.

By Australian IELTS (AEO) 



191-A, Street 10, E-7


Phone:    (051) 2654327, 2654157 Mobile:  (0301) 8567776  Fax: (051) 2654215 ; Office Timing (09:30am to  5:30pm)

Monday  to Saturday


D-98, Block 4, Clifton, Karachi 75600

Phone: (021) 5879645/6/7

Mobile: 0302 8264264

Fax:      (021) 5879648

Office  Timing: 09:30am to 5:30pm Monday  to Friday

10:00am to 3:00pm Saturday


24-E, Zaman Park

Behind Aitchison College

Canal Bank Lahore

Ph:  92 42 6278936 , 6286220, 6286444, 6286466

Fax: 92 42 6360416

Mobile : 92 300 4880804

Office  Timing 09:30 to 5:30


Study Visa Consultants Name and Adress Pakistan

Name of CONSULTANTS Address Tel & Email Contact person
Rabia BilalInternational Liaison Officer Swansea University Pakistan Based at PFL Lahore 79 – Bridge ColonyLahore Cantt Mobile: +92-321-4888022
Tel: +92-42-6681820, 6602408
Fax: +92-42-6682597
Mrs. Rabia Bilal Swansea International Liaison Officer Swansea University
  * Karachi Office Office No. 5, 2nd Floor, 23-D, Shahbaz Commercial Lane 4, D.H.A Phase 6, Karachi Tel: +92-21-5243485Email:, Ms. Zohra Jabeen
Office Manager
*Karachi OfficePFL PECHS Karachi  1st Floor, 10-E, Block 6, P.E.CH.S, Karachi Tel:   +92 21 34532974/5Email:,  Ms. Samia IkramOffice Manager
  * Peshawar Office 32/A-3, Old Jamrud Road,Near Iqra University,University Town


Tel:   +92-91-5840169, +92 91 5840170Email, Mr. Usman Durrani
Office Manager
  * Islamabad Office 28-B, Nazimuddin Road, F-8/1, Islamabad Telephone: +92-51-2850994 – 95Fax: +92-51-2851530Email: Mrs Samra QayyumOffice Manager
  * Faisalabad Office Office # 94-95, First floorKohinoor I PlazaMain Jaranwala Road


Telephone: +92 51 2850995, +92 51 2850764-65Email: Mr. Rashid MahmoodOffice Manager
Hijrat Education Consultants  58-Commercial Area, Cavalry Grounds
Lahore Cantt.
Tel: +92 42-6653201-4
LIFE  (Leading Institute for Foreign Education)  17, Shah Chiragh Chamber, Near Aiwan-e-AuqafThe Mall,
Tel: +92-42-7313574
Fax: +92 42 7352463
Shahid Ghani
Chief Executive
Success Factor  Office Block, Mezzanine Floor
Regent Plaza HotelShahrah-e-Faisal
Tel:  (92) (21) 5675485 / 5676435 / 5675761
Mob:   0333-2146067
Fax:  (92) (21) – 5670130
Education Concern *  Lahore Office 67-C, Faisal Town
Mob: (+92)(0301)4411770
Tel: (+92)(42)51 77 124 / 52 01 895.
Fax: (+92)(42)51 64 619.
Mr. Farrukh Luqman
  * Rawalpindi/Islamabad  Office Office # 77, Upper Ground Floor
Umair shooping Center, 6th Road
Cell: (+92)(0302)8411770, (+92) (0301) 4411770
Mr. Amir MahmoodMr. Zubair Ahmed
  * Faisalabad Office 1358-B, Peoples Colony No.1
Chen One Road
Cell (+92) (0302) 8411770 /       (+92) (0301)4411770
Mr. Prof. Muhammad Nawaz Ahmed
S.IT Education Suit #11, 3rd Floor,
80 East, Malik Complex,
Blue Area,
Mr Sanober Abbas
Qadri International Educ Consultancy Suite 208-B, Al NaKheel BuildingZabeel Road, KaramaP.O.Box number 31657


Tel:  +971 4 3351390Fax:  971-4-3351490Email:

Dr Qadri
* Lahore Office  49,3rd floor,commercial AreaMain Boulevard,Cavalary Ground, Lahore Tel:6676771-3fax :6676774  
* Rawalpindi Office  208 Dubai Plaza,6th RoadMuree Road, Rawalpindi Tel:4841600,Fax : 92-51-48417000300-8501680  
Falcon Education & Consultancy Services (Pvt) Ltd G-48, Suite # 1,Commercial Area,Defence Housing Authority,

Lahore Cantt,


Tel: 92 42 5730 897/8Email: Mr. Syed Abidi

Malaysia Visa Information

Who requires a visa?
Citizens from the following Countries require a visa to enter Malaysia:
Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, China, Colombia, Comoros, Congo Democratic Republic, Congo Republic, Cote D’ivoire, Djibouti, Equat. Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Hong Kong (C/I or D/I), India, Liberia, Mali, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Rwanda, Serbia & Montenegro, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Western Sahara.

Citizens of the following Countries require a visa for stays exceeding 14 Days:
Iraq, Libya, Macao (Travel Permit/Portugal CI), Palestine, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Yemen, Syria

Citizens of the following Countries require a visa for stays exceeding 15 Days:

Citizens of the following Countries require a visa for stays exceeding 1 Month:
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Barbados, Belarus, Benin, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Cape Verde, Chad, Chile, Costa Rica, Equador, El Savador, Estonia, Gabon, Georgia, Greece, Guatemala, Guinea Republic, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong SAR, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macao SAR, Macedonia, Madagascar, Maldova, Mauritania, Mexico, Monaco, Mongalia, Nicaragua, North Korea, North Yemen, Panama, Paraguay, Portugal, Russia, Sao Tome & Principe, Senegal, Slovenia, Sudan, Surinam, Tajikistan, Togo, Ukraine, Upper Volta, Uzbekistan, Vatican City, Vanezuela, Zaire, Zimbabwe.

Citizens of the following Countries require a visa for stays exceeding 3 Months:
Albania, Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kirgystan, Kuwait, Kyrgyz Republic, Lebanon, Lienchestien, Luxembourg, Morocco, Netherland, Norway, Oman, Peru, Poland, Qatar, Romania, St Marino, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Yemen.

What documents will be required?
Documents required for a visa application without reference. Visa Without Reference is required for purpose of social visit
- Original passport
- Two (2) photocopies of passport
- Two (2) photocopies of visa application form (Form IMM.47)
- Two (2) passport size photograph of applicant
- Original air ticket and two (2) photocopies (confirmed and returned ticket)
- Bank statement / traveller’s cheques
- Invitation letter (if any)
- Payment of visa fee

Documents required for a visa application with reference. Visa With Reference are required for student, employment, dependent and professional visit pass.
- Original approval letter from Department of Immigration Malaysia / other authority agencies and two (2) photocopies
- Original passport
- Two (2) photocopies of passport
- Two (2) photocopies of visa application form (Form IMM.47)
- Two (2) passport size photograph of applicant
- Original air ticket and two (2) photocopies
- Payment of visa fee

Time required to issue visa:
Same day – morning submission of the application (0900-1200) and afternoon collection (1530).

What is the cost of a visa?
Social: single- and multiple-entry visa prices are flat-rate fees of £10, except for Indian passports, in which case the multiple-entry fee is £20. Prices are subject to change. Enquire at the Malaysian High Commission for details.

How long is the visa valid for?
The permitted length of stay is entered on the visa at the time of issue and is at the discretion of the issuer. Normally 1 to 3 months from date of issue. Extensions are possible. Enquire at the Malaysian High Commission for further details.

A Social Visit Pass:
A Social Visit Pass is an endorsement that is endorsed in a passport or travel document of a foreigner allowing the individual to enter and remain on a temporary basis in Malaysia. It is issued at all Malaysian points of entry, and every foreigner entering Malaysia for Social Visit purposes must obtain a Social Visit Pass.

Application for Extension of Social Visit Pass:
Visitors who enter and stay in this country for the purpose of Social Visit or Touring are not allowed to extend their stay beyond the stipulated duration according to each country. However, an Extension may be given on Special consideration e.g. due to illness, accident, war in home country etc. The visitor must furnish evidence, and also a “confirmed flight ticket’ back to their home country.

Embassy contact information:
Please contact the nearest Malaysia embassy for information on what documentation you may require to enter Malaysia.

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Source & Copyright: The source of the above visa and immigration information and copyright owner/s is the:
- Department of Immigration, Malaysia – URL:
- Malaysian High Commission London – URL:

The viewer/user of this web page should use the above information as a guideline only, and should always contact the above sources or the user’s own government representatives for the most up-to-date information at that moment in time, before making a final decision to travel to that country or destination


List Of Universities For Study In Japan

in Japan
Akita University
Aoyama Gakuin
Chiba University
Chubu University
Chukyo University
Dokkyo University School of Medicine
Doshisha University
Ehime University
Fujita Health University
Fukui University
Fukuoka Institute of Technology
Fukuoka Junior College of Technology
Fukushima Medical College
Fukushima University
Gunma University
Hachinohe Institute of Technology
Hirosaki University
Hiroshima City University
Hiroshima Institute of Technology
Hiroshima Shudo University
Hiroshima University
Hiroshima-Denki Institute of Technology
Hitotsubashi University
Hokkaido University
Hokkaido University of Education
Institute of Industrial Science
International University of Japan
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Japan Women’s University
Kagoshima University
Kanazawa University
Kansai University
Keio University
Keio University of Science and Technology
Kinjo Gakuin University
Kitasato University
Kobe University
Kochi National College of Technology
Kochi University
Kogakuin University
Konan University
Kumamoto National College of Technology
Kumamoto Prefecture College
Kumamoto University
Kurume institute of Technology
Kwansei Gakuin University
Kyoto Institute of Technology
Kyoto University
Kyushu Institute of Design
Kyushu Institute of Technology
Kyushu Sangyo University
Kyushu University
Maebashi City College of Technology
Matsuyama University
Meiji University
Meisei University
Mie University
Miyazaki International College
Miyazaki Medical College
Miyazaki University
Muroran Institute of Technology
MJapanshi Institute of Technology
MJapanshi University
Nagano University
Nagasaki University
Nagoya Institute of Technology
Nagoya University
Nanzan University
Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Naruto University of Education
Nihon University
Niigata University
Nippon Bunri University
Nippon Dental University
Nippon Medical School
Notre Dame Women’s College
Oita University
Okayama Prefectural University
Osaka Kyoiku University
Osaka Medical College
Osaka Prefecture University
Osaka University
Reitaku University
Ritsumeikan University
Saga University
Saitama University
Sapporo Medical University
Science University of Tokyo
Sendai National College of Technology
Shiga Polytechnic College
Shimane Medical University
Soka University
Sophia University
Sundai College of Foreign Languages
Takuma National College of Technology
Tama Institute of Management & Information Sciences
Teikyo University
Temple University Japan
Tohoku University
Tokai University
Tokyo Gakugei University
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Tokyo International University
Tokyo Kaseigakuin Tsukuba Junior College
Tokyo Kogei Tanki University
Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Tokyo Metropolitan College of Aeronautical Engineering
Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Tokyo Woman’s Christian University
Tokyo Women’s Medial College
Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University
Toyama University
Ube College
University of Aizu
University of Electro-Communications
University of Library and Information Science
University of Tokushima
University of Tokyo
University of Tsukuba
University of the Ryukyus
Utsunomiya University
Wakayama University
Wakkanai Hokusei Gakuen Junior College
Waseda University
Yamanashi University
Yasuda Women’s University


List Of Universities for Study in France

American Graduate School of International Relations and Diplomacy
American University of Paris
Collège International de Cannes
College de France
College des Ingenieurs
ENPC Graduate School of International Business
Ecole Centrale Paris (ECP)
Ecole Centrale de Lyon
Ecole Internationale des Sciences du Traitement de l’Information
Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers de Paris
Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Electronique et de Radioélectricité de Grenoble
Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Informatique et de Mathématiques Appliquées de Grenoble (ENSIMAG)
École Nationale Supérieure de Physique de Strasbourg
École Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées
École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris
Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de St-Etienne
École Nationale Supérieure des Telecommunications de Bretagne
Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Electronique et de Radioelectricite de Bordeaux
Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Electronique, d’Electrotechnique, d’Informatique et d’Hydraulique de Toulouse (ENSEEIHT)
Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Ingenieurs en Construction Aeronautique (ENSICA)
Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications de Paris (ENST)
Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC)
École Normale Supérieure
École Normale Supérieure de Cachan
Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon
École Polytechnique
Ecole Pour l’Informatique et les Techniques Avancée
École Supérieure D’Électricité
École Supérieure D’Ingénieur en Électronique et Électrotechnique
Ecole Supérieure en Sciences Informatiques
Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Marseille-Provence
Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Pari
European Institute of Business Administration
French Naval Academy
Institut Francais de Recherche pour l’Exploitation de la Mer
Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble
Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse
Institut National de Physique Nucleaire et de Physique des Particules
Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon
Institut National des Sciences Appliquees de Toulouse
Institut National des Télécommunications
Institut Supérieur d’Informatique et d’Automatique
Institut Supérieure D’Electronique du Nord
Institut Superieur de Gestion
Institut Universitaire de Technologie de Sceaux
Institut d’Informatique d’Entreprise
Institut des Sciences de l’Ingénieur de Montpellier
Strasbourg University
Universit̩ Charles-de-Gaulle РLille 3
Université Claude Bernard Lyon I
Université Joseph Fourier
Universit̩ Michel de Montaigne РBordeaux 3
Université Nancy 2
Université Paris 8
Université Paris IX Dauphine
Université Pierre Mendès France
Université d’Aix-Marseille III
Université d’Angers
Université de Bourdeaux
Université de Caen
Université de Franche-Comté
Université de Marne la Vallée
Universit̩ de Nice РSophia Antipolis
Université de Perpignan
Université de Provence
Université de Savoie
Université de Technologie de Compiègne
Université de la Méditerranée
Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille
Universite Lumiere Lyon
Universite d’Orleans
Universite de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour
Universite de Technologie Compiegne
Universiti Paul Sabatier
University of Picardie
University of Rennes 1

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