Why Chinese Choose Malaysia as their Immigration Destination?
In 2013, Chinese citizens ranked as No 1 in the number of applications filed for MM2H program. The Japanese is top on the list. This is due to recent tsunami and earth quake happened in the country. Below is the answer to “why Chinese chooses Malaysia as their immigration destination?
Migrating to Australia, Canada, UK and USA are getting tougher due to stricter requirements. Many applications have been delayed as long as 5 to 6 years or more. Below are just a few examples of world immigration programs:-
Most investments under the USA EB5 program (USD 500,000) are not profitable due to economic weakness.
Australia has imposed stricter requirement for PR (Permanent Resident) application in which applicants are required to speak fluent English.
Australia’s immigration for the investors program requires individuals to have a net asset of AUD 1.12 to AUD 2.25 million, and must invest AUD 750 K to 1.5 mil in the Treasury.
Singapore has ceased all intake of investment immigration eligibility for PR status. Property prices in these places are sky rocketing, and many are beyond reach! This has made the living cost too expensive for most expatriates.
Most countries in European zones and USA are currently unfavourable due to weak economies and may remain permanent recession in years to come!
Why Chinese Choose Malaysia as their Immigration Destination? – MM2H Low Requirements and Very Affordable
The MM2H program investment requirement is low. Only Fixed Deposits of RM 150,000 (above age 50) and RM 300,000 (below age 50) for a 10 years’ multiple entry visa with indefinite renewals for multiple family members. Individual net worth requirement is only RM 350,000 to RM 500,000. It’s the cheapest migration program in the region! No minimum stay requirement during the 10 years, makes it easy for the Chinese as many are still running their active businesses in China. All Fixed Deposits are in applicants’ personal names and are 100% risk free to you! Termination of MM2H program is easy within 5 days with all money returned to the applicants.
Both the Malaysian and Chinese governments welcome investors and strive to maintain good relationships. Many investment opportunities are exchanged and explored between these two nations. Malaysia has liberalized its foreign investment policies, allowing many sectors such as tourism, trading, wholesale, retail, etc. to be 100% foreign owned.
Malaysia is peaceful, stable, and free from major natural disasters like tsunamis, earthquakes, volcano and major floods.
Living in Malaysia is affordable compared to live in Singapore and Hong Kong. The food safety and air quality is good in Malaysia. Airlines connectivity to most cities in China is easy with many airlines available. Population in Malaysia is only 28 million, with far less density compared to China of 1.3 billion.
Malaysia’s food, water and air are cleaner! Malaysia is also a country of many greens! Chinese loves to relate themselves to these few important basics where Malaysia easily available! Rapid development in China causing stressful, intense living and poor air quality has encouraged many Chinese seniors and retiree to look elsewhere to live!
Almost 1 out of 3 Malaysians are Malaysian-Chinese, enabling convenient and easy communication with the Chinese,as they both adopt similar cultures. Neighboring countries such as Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Myanmar, etc. may pose a language barrier for these foreigners.
The travel distance between China and Malaysia is also closer comparable to USA, Australia and Canada. It is easier to travel back home should they wanted to visit their relatives. Traveling is even more convenient now coupled with cheaper cost offered by AirAsia and Malaysia Airlines with many direct flights to many cities in China.
In the recent years, the quality of education in Malaysia has improved, and much Chinese began to recognize Malaysia’s good education! In the past years there are as many as 5,000 Chinese students were studying in Malaysia. In 2010, the figure has jumped to 10,000! In April 2011, both governments agreed to facilitate mutual recognition of higher education qualifications from both China and Malaysia.
For Chinese clients, we provide assistance to apply MM2H program with our collaboration with Bank of China. Find out details on Complete Point partnership with Bank of China and Tourism Malaysia. Our Chinese website for MM2H program www.MalaxiaVisa.com.
News date: Feb 2014
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