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Malaysia Background Checks
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The Malaysian National Registration Identity Card Number (NRIC #) is a unique ID number issued to citizens and permanent residents of Malaysia. The number is used for a variety of purposes such as identification, tracking and indexing. The number is often used when conducting background checks and serves as an identifier. NRIC numbers are issued by the National Registration Department of Malaysia.
Malaysian Certificate of Good Conduct
In order to obtain a Certificate of Good Conduct you must complete the application and provide the required documentation to the appropriate department. Applications can be obtained on the Ministry website.
For Malaysian citizens living in Malaysia, applications along with the additional requirements (see below) can be mailed to any of the addresses listed below for processing.
Malaysian citizens and non-citizens living outside of Malaysia will need to submit their completed applications along with additional requirements (see below) to the applicable Malaysian Missions office. This link provides a list of Malaysian Missions offices.
In addition to the completed application the following information is required:
Malaysian citizen additional requirements:
Malaysian non-citizen additional requirements:
Please contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or visit their website for complete details and information on the fees associated with the application for the Certificate of Good Conduct.
Malaysian Identity Checks
Malaysian citizenship can be verified through the National Registration Department in person.
Drug Screening in Malaysia
There is no legislation that currently covers drug screening in Malaysia as it is a newer process. It is up to each company to decide on how or if they would like to use drug screening as part of the pre-employment screening process. It is suggested that the Ministry of Health is contacted with any questions on using drug screening with regards to employment.
Before conducting a background check on an individual in Malaysia it is important to obtain the individual's written consent to do so. The official privacy law that exists in Malaysia is the Personal Data Protection Act 2010 which regulates how personal data is processed in commercial transactions. The Act provides individuals the right to access, correct and control the processing of their personal data. Data users are required to keep the personal data they obtain safe from loss, misuse and unauthorized or accidental disclosure. Once the data provider is finished with the personal data it should be destroyed.
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