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Malaysia Restricted Passport to Singapore (1971 — 1976 — 1981)

INTRODUCTION

A restricted passport issued to a West-Malaysian citizen for travel to and from Singapore.

Issued in 1971, and during renewal in 1978, the passport holder registered her son to allow him passage with same document. Information of the son with photo glued on page 11.

The fee was M$5.00 and when renewed was M$10.00

IMMIGRATION STAMPINGS & VISAS

Three stampings by the Republic of Singapore's immigration officers on page 9 (1971) and page 13 (1978 & 1979).

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
 
Predominant Colour Cover: Dark-blue
Pages: Soft-green
Background Lettering ImigresenMalaysia
 
Page Description
Front Cover Country's Name
MALAYSIA

Coat-of-Arms

Document's Name

PASPOT TERHAD
RESTRICTED PASSPORT


Golden hot foil stamping.
Front Cover - Interior Side Notice regarding validity
Page 1 Document's Number
Document's Name
Holder's Nationality
Document's Fee
Page 2 Passport Holder's Information
Passport Holder's Signature
Page 3 Passport Holder's Photo (Glued)
Passport Holder's Signature

Passport Issuance Information
Page 4 Accompanying Children Information
Page 5 Accompanying Children Photo
Page 6 Renewals
Page 7 Observations
Page 8 to 64 Blank (Meant for immigration stampings)
Back Cover - Interior Side / Endpaper Notes & Regulations

LANGUAGES

The document was printed in Malay and English.

Details were handwritten into the passport in mixture of Malay and English.

DOCUMENT'S NAME
 
PASPOT TERHAD MALAYSIA
MALAYSIA RESTRISTED PASSPORT

The spelling for PASPOT in Malay was the old spelling, changes were only made in the 1980s.

These type of documents were also known and referred to as MRP.

NATIONALITY
 
CITIZEN OF MALAYSIA

GEOGRAPHICAL VALIDITY / PERMITTED COUNTRIES

Only to Singapore and from Singapore to West-Malaysia (Peninsular).

DOCUMENT'S PERMISSION
 
Suratan ini di-keluarkan semata² bagimemudahkan perjalanan pemegang-nya ka-Singapura dan dari Singapura dan tidak sah untok perjalanan ka-tempat atau dari tempat yang lain dari Singapura.

This document is issued solely to facilitate the movement of the holder to and from Singapore and is not valid for travel to and from places other than Singapore.

RULES & REGULATIONS

Printed in Malay and English. The Malay version was before Malaysian-Malay language standardization (a common orthography and terminology was developed in 1972) took place 
 
Ini ada-Iah satu suratan yang berharga dan tidak-lah boleh di-ubah dengan apa chara pun, dan juga tidak boleh di-biarkan jatoh ka-tangan sa-saorang yang tidak berkuasa.

Jika hilang atau binasa, pemegang-nya hendak-lah melaporkan nyataan dan hal² mengenai kehllangan atau kebinasaan itu kapada Pejabat Imigeresen yang hampir sakali di-Malaysia, dan membuat satu laporan kapada Polis tempatan.

Permohonan untok mendapat gantian boleh di-buat kapada Pejabat Imigeresen di-mana kehilangan atau kebinasaan itu di-laporkan; tetapi gantian bagi sa-suatu PASPOT TERHAD MALAYSIA yang hilang akan di-beri hanya sa-lepas siasatan yang sa-penoh-nya di-jalankan.

Suratan ini tidak boleh di-hantar ka-luar Malaysia dengan jalan pos.

Suratan ini boleh di-baharui di-mana² Pejabat Imigeresen dalam Malaysia Barat.


This is a valuable document and must not be altered in any way, nor should it be allowed to fall into the hands of an unauthorised person.

If it is lost or destroyed, the holder should report the fact and circumstances of such loss or destruction to the nearest Immigration Office in Malaysia, and lodge a report with the local Police.

An application for a replacement may be made to the Immigration Office where the loss or destruction is reported; but replacement of a lost RESTRICTED MALAYSIA PASSPORT will only be made after exhaustive enquiries.

This document should not be sent out of Malaysia by post.

This document may be renewed at any Immigration Office in the States of Malaya.