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japan visitor visa 2007/11/8 03:25
hello everybody, help is needed....
I am a Malaysian Citizen (holding Malaysian passport) and reside in U.S. with a green card - permanent resident. Question is do I need to apply for a visa to visit Japan? Plan for the trip in April, is this month a busy tourist month in Japan? Tks
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Japan visa 2007/11/8 11:11
For Malaysia passport holder ,yes you do!
Only 3 countries in Asia have Reciprocal Visa Exemption Arrangements with Japan / limited time :
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Six asian countries 2007/11/8 11:34
Plus South Korea, Taiwan, and Macau.

Macau and Hong Kong are SARs of China, but is allowed under Visa exemption, mainland china is not.


Being Malay you need a Visa. Contact the Japanese Embassy or Consulate in the United States for more information.
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