Fiancée and Spousal Visas from Malaysia to USA

Malaysia Country Information

RapidVisa can help you obtain family visas or an adjustment of status (green card) for your Malaysian loved ones. We've made the process painless and convenient, because everything is done online. Simply create your free account and answer the questionnaire. Only when you're 100% do you need to pay our small fee.

Information about getting married in Malaysia

United States Embassy, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Embassy Website:

Embassy Phone Number: 60-3-2168-5000

Embassy Email Address:

URL for scheduling the interview online:

Can fiance/spouse attend the interview: Yes

Where to pay the Embassy fee: At any branch of Standard Chartered Bank.

Local language documents need translated: Any document not written in English, a certified translation must be provided. The original certificate must be presented along with any translation. Original certificate and one photocopy.

Medical Examination Fee: You are advised to have RM350 on the day of the check-up, but it could cost less or more. Payments can be made in cash only.

Embassy appointment scheduling method: Make an appointment online. Appointments are normally available within a few days.

Medical appointment scheduling method: You will receive instructions on how to make an exam appointment from NVC or the Embassy. Do not try to make an appointment before receiving these instructions.

Number of photos required for the Embassy Interview: 2

Number of photos required for Medical Examination: 1

Testimonials from Malaysia

Very easy to use, very happy with your services, visited Manila office day before embassy interview and the staff was very helpful and made sure all our forms were prepared and in proper order. My fiancée was able to call Manila office anytime she had a question or concern about process and they were very helpful to her every time. RapidVisa took very good care of us. The process was pretty close to time frame RapidVisa estimates.

I will say make sure your fiancée has proper acceptable ID and passport before or just as you are starting process so you do not get stuck waiting for them in the middle of your process to save time. Our total wait time from start to embassy Visa approval was 8 months due to waiting to get passport before her interview. I will also say if you can, GO with your fiancée to the embassy interview, I highly recommend you attend, Our interview was very fast, I watched some of the other ladies go through with their interview alone and they were interviewed and scrutinized much harder than we were. I think with me standing there next to my fiancée made a huge difference. The interviews not very private and whole waiting room can hear. Our preview interview was no more than 3 minutes to submit a few forms and answer 2 or 3 questions, than a 30 minute wait for next interview which turned out o be our final interview which was no more than 5 minutes, there is one more interview if it is deemed needed to answer few more questions but we didn't need that one, the lady was very nice and wished us luck and approved us on the spot.

RapidVisa made this whole process much easier not having to guess which forms to fill out or send, they send everything in for you and make your payment to proper offices if you go with the EZ pay plan. My fiancée will be here in a few weeks and I thank you very much for your services.


James and GladyPhilippines / United States of America