If you’re looking to get a new or updated an old MyKad, you must get it done on your own at a National Registration Department (JPN) office near you.
Last week, JPN said that it has never appointed a person or agency to assist the general public in processing registration forms in order to get a MyKad.
According to Utusan, JPN Director Datuk Ruslin Jusoh said that they have received complaints from consumers who were contacted by agents claiming to be able to get MyKads done for them.
Customers, however, would have to pay a hefty fee ranging from RM2,000 to RM5,000 for these agents’ service to get their MyKad done.
“JPN has not appointed any agents to help the public to get MyKad. The public only needs to head to any of the 225 JPN offices including Urban Transformation Centres (UTC) if they want to carry out registration for identification documents or anything related to…