CSV File Guide
You may download a sample CSV file as a reference to help you create the file for upload.
The file to be uploaded should be in comma-separated values (CSV) file format (i.e., files with a .csv extension). Each line of the file is a data record. Each record consists of one or more fields, separated by commas. The value of a field can be enclosed in double quotes. CSV files can be viewed and manipulated through a spreadsheet application or text editor.
The first row of the CSV file is the column headings. Each subsequent row corresponds to one record.
Full Name,Phone,Nationality,MyKad/MyPR/NRIC,Passport #,SOCSO #,Date of Birth,Gender ADAM IBRAHIM,0120123456,ID,900114123456,,201500512460,14/01/1990,1 ZARA ALI,0160123456,SG,,C01234567,201600512450,10/06/1995,2
|A||Full Name||Yes||The name as printed on MyKad/MyPR or on passport.|
|B||Phone||No||The mobile phone number registered in Malaysia, without IDD country code and space, e.g.,
|C||Nationality||Yes||Two-letter alpha-2 country code, e.g.,
|D||MyKad/MyPR/NRIC||Yes for Malaysians
Optional for non-Malaysians
|MyKad for Malaysian, MyPR for permanent residence; with or without dashes, e.g.
|E||Passport #||Yes for non-Malaysians||Passport number is required for non-Malaysians, except for permanent residence with MyPR card.|
|F||SOCSO #||No||SOCSO number is the same as MyKad for Malaysians. For non-Malaysians, it is a series of numbers, e.g.
|G||Date of Birth||No||Date format is
|H||Gender||No||The value for male can be