Siti (not her real name)

Posted by on Oct 10, 2013 in Citizenship, Success Stories |

Siti has not been schooling because she did not have a birth certificate or an identification card. With the help of MyIndians.com, she finally received her birth cerificate on 10th June 2011 and will also be receiving her MyKad soon. She plans to take on a skills training course.

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Devi (not her real name)

Posted by on Oct 10, 2013 in Citizenship, Success Stories |

The joy was also shared with Devi, when she was awarded a birth certificate on 22 July 2011. Her birth could not be registered because her parents’ marriage was not legally registered. MyIndians.com assisted by linking her to the relevant agencies such as Jabatan Kebajikan Malaysia and Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara. The MyIndians.com team walked her through the procedures, as she needed assistance in certain areas of the application...

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Waran (not his real name)

Posted by on Oct 10, 2013 in Citizenship, Success Stories |

Waran (aged 13) has not been schooling because he did not have a birth certificate or an identification card. His birth could not be registered because their biological father was not contactable. His mother was afraid to seek for assistance as she assumed that it is compulsory to have information of the applicants’ father. With the help of MyIndians.com, both mother and son have submitted their application and have attended an interview session with National Registration Department. On 22nd December 2011, the Mykad was issued to...

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Dennis (not his real name)

Posted by on Oct 10, 2013 in Citizenship, Success Stories |

These twin brothers were adopted by a couple when they were just a few days old. Both of them were adopted because their biological mother was only 17 and at that point she did not have an identity card. According to the constitutional rights in Malaysia, even though the child has been adopted by parents who are Malaysians, if they do not have complete details of their biological mother in the previous birth certificate, the child will be considered a non-citizen. Therefore, red identity card was issued to both of them. They have applied for citizenship twice, but it was rejected by National Registration Department (NRD). After discussing this matter with NRD Officers, the staff of MyIndians.com advised the parents to track down the twins’ biological parents. Finally, the biological mother was found and this enables for changes to be made in their Birth Certificate and the twins are now declared as citizens of...

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John (not his real name)

Posted by on Oct 10, 2013 in Citizenship, Success Stories |

These twin brothers were adopted by a couple when they were just a few days old. Both of them were adopted because their biological mother was only 17 and at that point she did not have an identity card. According to the constitutional rights in Malaysia, even though the child has been adopted by parents who are Malaysians, if they do not have complete details of their biological mother in the previous birth certificate, the child will be considered a non-citizen. Therefore, red identity card was issued to both of them. They have applied for citizenship twice, but it was rejected by National Registration Department (NRD). After discussing this matter with NRD Officers, the staff of MyIndians.com advised the parents to track down the twins’ biological parents. Finally, the biological mother was found and this enables for changes to be made in their Birth Certificate and the twins are now declared as citizens of...

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Peter (not his real name)

Posted by on Oct 10, 2013 in Citizenship, Success Stories |

Peter’s birth could not be registered because his parents’ marriage was not legally registered. MyIndians.com assisted by linking him to the relevant agencies such as Jabatan Kebajikan Malaysia and Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara. The MyIndians.com team walked him through the procedures, as he needed assistance in certain areas of the application procedure.

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