Once we have the result of your application from the Access and Export Licence committee and/or Sabah Biodiversity Council, you will be notified through email whether your application is approved or rejected (please check your spam or junk mail if you do not hear from us. You are advised to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your email's safe senders list in order to ensure uninterrupted correspondence).
If your application is successful, you are required to complete the Statutory Declaration before we can release the Access / Export Licence. Please take note that the Statutory Declaration must be signed in the presence of a Sessions Court Judge, Magistrate, or Commissioner for Oaths in Sabah or in Malaysia. You may download the Statutory Declaration Form from the link below.
How to collect my licence?
Print out and complete the Statutory Declaration (signed and stamped) and hand it over to SaBC office in order to collect your Access / Export Licence in person.
Where to complete the Statutory Declaration in Kota Kinabalu?
You may get it done at the High Court (View location map)
After you have collected your licence, you are required to do the followings:
- Apply for Professional Pass from the State Immigration of Sabah, Kota Kinabalu. Check out the list of documents required by the Immigration Department of Malaysia.
Important note: It is the applicant's responsibility to check with the Immigration Department of Malaysia and to fulfill the visa/ pass requirements as the requirements and charges vary from country to country.
- Report to your local collaborator, the relevant resource manager(s) or to collect the relevant permit(s) before entering to their area(s) as mentioned in the notice/ letter of support.
Should your application is not approved, you may appeal through SaBC within the period of 3 months beginning from the date you received the decision.