Who is a commissioner for oaths?

A commissioner for oaths is an officer appointed by the Chief Justice of the Federal Court to verify document(s), or to verify the identity of the person making the declaration.

What are the operation hours of our Commissioner for Oaths?

Our commissioner for oaths operation hours:

Monday to Friday (10:00 am – 6:00 pm)

Do I need to make an appointment before visiting a Commissioner for Oaths?

Nope. However, if you prefer to make appointment, you can contact/ WhatApps us at +6012-609 5293

How long does it take for my document to be affirmed by the Commissioner for Oaths?

It would take about 5 to 15 minutes depending on the type and nature of the documents, and also the queue before attending to you.

What do I need to bring along when I see a Commissioner for Oaths?

  • The original documents that you need to affirm by the Commissioner for Oaths
  • For Malaysian, your original identity card (“IC”)

For Foreigners: original passport foreign identification card/ UNHCR card/ refugee identification papers or other original identity documents as proof of self-identification.

* All Rules referred herein are the Commissioners for Oaths Rules, 2018

*All circulars referred herein are circulars issued by the Federal Court of Malaysia

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