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    How do we obtain copies of exam certificates when original is lost?

    My friend last lost her school certificates and is wondering how to get original copies of the same. She is in Denver now and she wants me to help her to get them. I am totally blur as to how I can go about it. She wants to try out for the Green Card via Diversity Visa Lottery and she has to submit these certificates.

    Can anyone here help me help her?

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    As far as i know, the applicant need to do it personally.
    Not sure if one can do it overseas. Try to enquire at the Malaysian Embassy.

    Locally, one will need to go to the Ministry of Education - Examination Board, in Putrajaya. You will need to present your myKad, fill in a form and pay RM10.00 (must be money order) for each certified copy of the certificate.

    It is normally processed within a month and certificate will be sent by post.

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    There is a form that you need to fill in from the Ministry of Education to get certified transcripts of your results.

    Here are the relevant forms :

    Borang Permohonan Salinan Keputusan
    http://www.moe.gov.my/index3.php?fai...gori=proborang

    Borang Permohonan Terjemahan Sijil
    http://www.moe.gov.my/index3.php?fai...gori=proborang

    Borang Memohon Penyata/Salinan Keputusan Peperiksaan STPM/MUET
    http://www.moe.gov.my/index3.php?fai...gori=proborang

    The last one should be important for a Green Card application. You need at least that or an equivalent to qualify.
    Last edited by bobkee; 15-11-2008 at 07:50 PM. Reason: Found the forms
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justme123
    Locally, one will need to go to the Ministry of Education - Examination Board, in Putrajaya. You will need to present your myKad, fill in a form and pay RM10.00 (must be money order) for each certified copy of the certificate.
    This is something I don't understand, why not cash. Afraid some employee will swallow the money. Imagine going all the way to Putrajaya and being asked to produce a money order!!

    Govt offices are full of "rules" like this.

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    Thank you very much guys. I'll pass on these info to my friend. I really appreciate your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by umadavid
    She wants to try out for the Green Card via Diversity Visa Lottery and she has to submit these certificates.

    Can anyone here help me help her?
    You don't yet need a certificate unless you are selected for the lottery which isn't easy.

    So why the certificate now ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pucman
    You don't yet need a certificate unless you are selected for the lottery which isn't easy.

    So why the certificate now ?
    She said that she had already applied ;so this must be just to get the necessary documents ready in case of a call up, I suppose. Not sure, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cskok8
    This is something I don't understand, why not cash. Afraid some employee will swallow the money. Imagine going all the way to Putrajaya and being asked to produce a money order!!

    Govt offices are full of "rules" like this.
    It does seem to be a prudent move for accountability and record keeping purposes. At least I can track the serial number of a Money Order and not worry about bounced cheques.
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