Do you want to get married? We have provided marriage registrations since 2018, and are open for inquiries about ROM during the COVID-19 pandemic so that new couples can work under the new normal and enter a new stage of life together! Curious about what steps are necessary to advance to the next stage of the relationship together smoothly? Read on to find out:

 

1st Q & A:
Q: Does KLSCAH provide ROM services during the Movement Control Order (MCO 3.0)?

A: KLSCAH has contacted and confirmed with the National Registration Department (JPN) that we can perform ROM as usual under Movement Control Order 3.0 (MCO 3.0), but must be conducted in strict accordance with the following SOP guidelines:

Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Regulations for Marriage Registration Services:

1. ROM ceremony strictly limited to the presence of 10 pax. (Including bride, groom, witnesses, 1 Assistant Registrar of Marriages and 1 KLSCAH Secretariat Office staff), Children under 12 years old are not allowed to attend.

2. All attendees must register, measure their body temperature and sanitise at the entrance, and those with suspected symptoms are not allowed to enter.

3. All attendees must wear masks and maintain a social distance of 1 metre.

4. After the ROM ceremony, please leave the venue as soon as possible.

5. Couples who coming to the Chinese Assembly Hall to submit their documents, please prepare the KC01F form issued by JPN (with JPN stamp and signature) and an IC photocopy each of yourselves and 2 witnesses.

2nd Q & A:
Q: If I want to register a marriage during *MCO 3.0 *, but one of us/witnesses/other relatives and friends live in other states, what can I do?

Answer: KLSCAH Secretariat Office will provide a letter for ROM Purpose only to the couples and witnesses who live out-of-state who are determined to do ROM in Chinese Assembly Hall. Relatives or friends who are not ROM witnesses will not be accepted; our office does not handle applications for interstate letters at the police station. Do kindly note to apply for your interstate letters each in-person at the police station.

3rd Q & A:
Q: What are the rules to follow at the premises?

A: The following are rules to follow at the KLSCAH premises:

1)Both individuals must be Malaysian citizens.
2)At least one individual must be Buddhist. If both are Christian, registration with KLSCAH is not possible.
3) In the event when already married:
*Divorce is inevitable or one passes away, proof of documents are required.
4) If either individual has not reached 21 years of age, parental consent is required.

4th Q & A:
Q: What steps are required to complete the ROM on the premises?
A: Kindly refer to the following:

ROM Procedure:

1)Visit the National Registration Department (JPN) to request for the Registration of Marriage form (KC01F).

Note: Must collect the registration form and fill it in person (No substitutes allowed).

2)Bring the filled-out and JPN stamp-approved Registration of Marriage Form (KC01F) to the KLSCAH Secretariat Office. Kindly also bring a photocopy of the each couple’s MyKad/passport or identification documents, and a photocopy of the marriage witness’s MyKad/passport or identification documents.

3)Bring the aforementioned documents to us within a week’s notice (submission of these documents within the day of JPN registration visit will be declined).

Note: Application at the JPN has a 6-month validity period from the day of the visit. The application will become invalid after the deadline.

4) Newlyweds could contact the KLSCAH Secretariat Office at 03-2274 6645(Ms. Bee Lian)to set up an appointment, or visit us during office hours on Mondays to Fridays (at 9:00 am – 5:00 pm).

5)Before your appointment, kindly inform us of the date of your ROM. We will then inform you of the time arranged for your ROM.

Note: KLSCAH Secretariat Office has the right to refuse unreasonable requests; it is not acceptable to reschedule repeatedly unless there are special reasons.

6)After completion of the marriage ceremony at the Chinese Assembly Hall, KLSCAH Secretariat will handle the remainder of the registration process (i.e. our office will put your documents together and hand your folder over to the JPN Archives, the KLSCAH Secretariat will not store your documents on record).

5th Q & A:
Q: How much is the ROM at the KLSCAH?
A: The details of fees:

Monday to Friday RM 139.00
Saturday and Sunday RM 168.00
Public Holiday RM 228.00

ROM matters:

1. If no newlyweds sign up on the same day, but there are special requests or appointments to serve them, the class will charge RM200.00.

2. Newlyweds who have made an appointment and have already paid for the marriage ceremony at Chinese Assembly Hall: If you cancel, do not register; a processing fee of RM30.00 will be deducted from your refund (i.e. no full refund). Kindly take note.

6th Q & A
Q: Who can I contact for more questions about the ROM procedure?
A: You can contact Ms Bee Lian at the KLSCAH Secretariat Office at 03-2274 6645, or visit our office during on Mondays to Fridays (at 9:00 am – 5:00 pm). You can also reach out to us on Facebook @klscah or email infoatklscah.org.my

*Note: As the government implemented MCO 3.0 in Kuala Lumpur from May 7 to 20, our Secretariat Office will be temporarily closed will not be open to the public during this period. If you have any questions, please reach out to us on Facebook chat or email [email protected] for inquiries. Thank you!

7th Q & A:
Q: Where is your office (KLSCAH) located?
A: 1, Jalan Maharajalela, 50150 Kuala Lumpur.

https://goo.gl/maps/p54os7z5qggd4NrWA 
(KLSCAH Secretariat Office, 2nd Floor

Have further enquiries? Kindly contact our office: 03-2274 6645 (Ms. Bee Lian)

*All marriage registration procedures and processes will be carried out in accordance with the regulations of JPN.

Facebook: KLSCAH 隆雪中华大会堂

Website: www.klscah.org.my

Email: [email protected]

*Updated on the 7th of May 2021.

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