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tempuadua
27-12-2005, 01:45 PM
I desperately need help.
My daughter is coming back from her study overseas tonight. Tomorrow, I am planning to take her to Putrajaya to change her IC to mykad. I understand that there is a Jabatan Pendaftaran office in Puchong where you can make the mykad. Does anybody here know where is this jabatan pendaftaran in Puchong?

CCY
27-12-2005, 02:33 PM
Take a look in this thread ....
http://www.usj.com.my/bulletin/upload/showthread.php?t=8389

GreyShadow
27-12-2005, 03:03 PM
Puchong branch will be pack as usual... and running out of numbers before they are open. My advice is to drive a little bit further and go to Putrajaya, got mine done there in just 10 minutes and received it after 1 week! :D

ameer shah
27-12-2005, 03:25 PM
did mine in maju junction last week, reached there at 7.55, got number 800 something, my turn came up at exactly 6.45 pm,.....how about that, and...i should call back after 3 months "to see if its ready or not".....???

tempuadua
27-12-2005, 03:33 PM
Puchong branch will be pack as usual... and running out of numbers before they are open. My advice is to drive a little bit further and go to Putrajaya, got mine done there in just 10 minutes and received it after 1 week! :D
Thanks guys! I think putrajaya could be a better bet!

CCY
27-12-2005, 03:43 PM
Thanks guys! I think putrajaya could be a better bet!

It's no better now in Putrajaya. I have to go there twice to get my 12yr old kids mykad done 3wks ago. 1st time was close to 500 in que at 2pm. To wait would take easily up to 6pm as mentioned by the ticket guy there. He gave us a pink slip for appointment n the next day were on express que with only abt 30 in que. The normal que was more than 400 at about 9am on a tuesday...:eek:

GreyShadow
27-12-2005, 04:12 PM
It's no better now in Putrajaya. I have to go there twice to get my 12yr old kids mykad done 3wks ago. 1st time was close to 500 in que at 2pm. To wait would take easily up to 6pm as mentioned by the ticket guy there. He gave us a pink slip for appointment n the next day were on express que with only abt 30 in que. The normal que was more than 400 at about 9am on a tuesday...:eek:
Looks like its another Malaysia Boleh!!! situation again~ :p
As usual lar... most of the ppl would have wait until the poo poo is already in their pants only then they start running here and there looking for jamban :p
I wonder why majority of the bolehland citizen always like to do things at the very last minute... either it be paying saman, changing RM1 coin, renew myKad, submit income tax...

ameer shah
27-12-2005, 04:53 PM
maybe coz the last minute rush "feeling" made the day worth living, :D

pcyeoh
28-12-2005, 12:04 AM
Why torture yourself just to save RM 20.00? I saw on TV3 that 2000 people thronged the JPN office at Putrajaya just to beat the deadline. They expected the last person to be served at 12 midnight. You all must be crazy. Just pay the RM 20.00 and go there in January and I bet it will take you not more than 30 minutes to do it. They also give due consideration to those who are overseas so I don't see the need to rush.

tempuadua
28-12-2005, 10:48 PM
Why torture yourself just to save RM 20.00? I saw on TV3 that 2000 people thronged the JPN office at Putrajaya just to beat the deadline. They expected the last person to be served at 12 midnight. You all must be crazy. Just pay the RM 20.00 and go there in January and I bet it will take you not more than 30 minutes to do it. They also give due consideration to those who are overseas so I don't see the need to rush.
pc, we went to JPN office in PJ this morning at around 7.00 a.m. and there were already around 300 people queueing outside the office. At that point of time, I was evaluating the validity of your advice in my head. When it started to rain, I immediate decided to take up your advice: "Just pay the RM 20.00 and go there in January". We slowly adjourned to one of the mamak's shop nearby, ordered tea tariks and quietly watched the JPN's queue from afar.

orchipalar
28-12-2005, 10:56 PM
Err...as of yesterday...there are estimated over 1 millions of folks(Orchi juga) not having their old IC changed to MyKad yet...

Ahem...just thinking should the gomen charges after this...rm50 per piece...wow...that's extra revenue for the negara by rm50 millions...nice hor:D

In the TV3 news at 8pm...the gomen says...the old IC is still usable until further notice at a later date which would be decided by the cabinet...

Maybe then...they may wanna change it to another newer format?...MyKadBaru?...heheh...anything is possible...considering the fact that they have freaking change it for too many times already over the course of last 48 years...:D

achee
29-12-2005, 01:29 AM
Is the penalty only RM20.00? I heard it is RM100.00.

But, kenapa tak buat awal-awal ( Orchi and tempuadua )?

If I am one of them who hasn't done mine, I will take pcyeoh's suggestion. If one cannot find a day within the 1000days (200working days x 5 years), means you don't mind losing that, say, RM100 right?

fatslab
29-12-2005, 08:07 AM
I desperately need help.
My daughter is coming back from her study overseas tonight. Tomorrow, I am planning to take her to Putrajaya to change her IC to mykad. I understand that there is a Jabatan Pendaftaran office in Puchong where you can make the mykad. Does anybody here know where is this jabatan pendaftaran in Puchong?

You should go to Putrajaya and they are giving out number until 3pm.

Applicants to be charged a fee from next year (http://www.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2005/12/29/nation/12977883&sec=nation&focus=1)

http://www.jpn.gov.my/JPN%20Putrajaya.jpg

pcyeoh
29-12-2005, 10:16 AM
Is the penalty only RM20.00? I heard it is RM100.00.

But, kenapa tak buat awal-awal ( Orchi and tempuadua )?

If I am one of them who hasn't done mine, I will take pcyeoh's suggestion. If one cannot find a day within the 1000days (200working days x 5 years), means you don't mind losing that, say, RM100 right?

Those who missed the 31st December deadline need to pay merely RM 20.00 and are not entitled to the lucky draw. Who cares compared to saving RM 20.00 and waste whole day and screw up your other program when at this time of the year, people are happily spending their time shopping and holidaying and you sweating, pushing, commuting from one JPN office to another and finally struggled home at 2am in the morning. Is it worth it?

The fine of RM 100.00 is for those who do not collect their MyKad when it is ready for collection. I kena fine RM 100.00 but managed to talk my way out and got it reduced to RM 40.00 early this year. The onus is on you to find out by calling them. With this avalanche of applications, I wonder whether their commitment of issuing the MyKad within 90 days still holds. They were very efficient just a month ago that for sure your MyKad is ready for collection 90 days after you renewed. I am not so sure now and no one from JPN is coming up with a statement and I forsee a situation that people start calling them based on their old commitment and a screwed situation will happen - people get fined RM 100.00 because all the schedule go hay wire due to this last minute rush.

So far they haven't determine when our old IC is tak laku. But I won' be surprise that some assholes will come up with some bright idea. Extend the deadline, throw in more attractive lucky draw prizes like a BMW and outsource the job to TV3 Sure Hebuh Team with Mawi to sign them on. Ini Malaysia Boleh.

aurora97
10-01-2006, 01:36 AM
Try the NRD department in Tawau my hometown, or you can try small towns which r about 2 hours drive from Tawau, Semporna and Kunak both have NRD deparments there and waiting time is nil (get number go straight to counter, those type of situation). Get yourself registered, and at the same time enjoy low fare with AirAsia direct flight ;) think of it, you can see other parts of Malaysia, which you havent been to yet.

Cheers !