Foreign Maids & Workers Agency
Agensi Pekerjaan Kilat Jaya Sdn Bhd was established in 30 NOVEMBER 2007 Licensed by the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Human Resources, Malaysia. We recruit maids from approved sources in countries namely Philippines, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Cambodia. Our agency is accredited by the Philippines Overseas Employment Administration. Our maids are carefully screened and selected by our experienced representatives in the country of origin. They then undergo comprehensive training and orientation.
Services - Maid
We provide 100% legal Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippine and Vietnam maids as approved by the Malaysian Immigration Department. All maids are interviewed and strictly selected as domestic helper. Those who pass our selection process will be transferred to training centre for intensive training. They will be trained in housekeeping, cooking, infant care, child care, elderly or disabled care, gardening, laundry, ironing, table setting, bed setting and English spoken lessons. Our rates are very fair and we have many biodata ready for your immediate selection.

We provide the following services:
  • Job Placement Services for House Maids
  • Personally or Through Agent On-Camera Life Video Screening and Interviewing, whichever Possible or Practical.
  • Intensive Training Courses and Workshops
  • General Orientation for Employment as a Maid in Malaysia
  • In House Selection of House Maids at Our Office
  • Door-to-Door Service for Registered Clients
  • On Line Application for House Maid with Immigration Departments
  • Pick Up Arriving House Maids at Airport and Delivery to Employer
  • In House Orientation for Arriving House Maids.
  • Assistance in Making Insurance Claims
  • Renewal of Passports and Work Permits for Existing House Maids
  • Embassy endorsement - documents and home leaves processing
  • Arrangement of medical checkup for House Maids
  • Check Out Memo Application for Departing House Maids   
  • We have our own recruiting and training people to ensure our domestic helpers will be able to adapt to our society as fast as possible!
  • We understand,  having a good maid is uppermost on your mind, that is why our specially designed training ensure that you can have the best at home!
  • We train the maids all household activities such as cooking, cleaning, ironing and the most important thing is mental training.
  • We believe we can do better for the betterment of human being and the society.
  • We ensure each maid receives an appropriate training before they are delivered to our customer.  
  •  Q1. How to apply a foreign domestic helper?
Immigration Requirements:
  • Employer must be married and working.
  • Both husband and wife required combined minimum income of RM36,000.00 per annum for Indonesian or Cambodian or Vietnam domestic helper, and RM60,000.00 per annum for Filipino domestic helper.
  • Married employer must have child / children below 15 year old or take care elderly / sick / medical attention parent.
  •  Q2. What documents are required to apply a foreign domestic helper from immigration department?
  • Form B/BE & income Tax Payment Receipts for husband & wife with combined minimum income of RM36,000.00 per annum for Indonesian, Cambodian and Vietnam Domestic helper. RM60,000.00 per annum for Filipino Domestic Helper.
  • Husband and wife original employment letter (written in Malay Language) stating position held and monthly salary.
  • Original husband and wife pay slips for the last 3 months.
  • Photocopy husband and wife NRIC.
  • 2 pieces of passport size photos each husband and wife.
  • Photocopy of Child/children birth certificate or Medical report for taking care elderly / disable person
  • Photocopy of marriage certificate
  •  Q3. How long will it take to apply foreign domestic helper to come to Malaysia?
It takes about 2 months for a domestic helper to come to Malaysia; however it is subject to adequate document from domestic helper and employer; and also subject to government rules and regulations of both countries from time to time.
  •  Q4. How long is the employment contract?
The employment contract between employer and domestic helper is 2 years.
  •  Q5. How many years can a foreign domestic helper works in Malaysia?
Domestic helper is allowed to work in Malaysia as long as she wish however is subject to mutual agreement between employer and the domestic helper.
  •  Q6. What are the duties and responsibilities of employer?
  • Employer shall provide domestic helper with reasonable accommodation and basic amenities.
  • Employer shall provide domestic helper reasonable and sufficient daily meals.
  • Employer shall not require the domestic helper to work or to be engaged in any activities other than that related to household duties.
  • Employer shall insure domestic helper with the foreign worker compensation scheme in respect of any medical expenses the domestic helper may incur in the event of an injury arises out of/ and in the course of employment;
  • Employer shall at all times respect and pay due regard to the sensitivity of religious beliefs of the foreign domestic helper.
  • Employer shall follow terms and conditions of foreign domestic helper employment contract signed with the immigration department of Malaysia.
  • Employer shall not abuse or ill-treat foreign domestic helper
  • Employer shall pay salary to his foreign domestic helper
  • Employer shall not deduct foreign domestic helper salary for any reason like broken or damage things.
  • Employer shall inform agency before sending foreign domestic helper to home country.
  •  Q7. How to manage foreign domestic helper?
  • Employer shall provide a working schedule from monthly, weekly to daily task and make sure she understands it.
  • Employer shall train and supervise foreign domestic helper personally. Regardless of whether she has experience or is a mother herself, her family background, culture may be vastly different from employer.
  • Employer shall be patience that the learning process may be slow and there will be occasion of miscommunication.
  • Employer has to be realistic about expectation from foreign domestic helper. If she did not fit the expectation, then employer may have to prioritise his main areas of concern and focus his training efforts there.
  •  Q8. How to keep a good foreign domestic helper?
  • Employer shall communicate with her and understand more about her personality in what way suit to train her.
  • Employer shall respect and treat her well as a human being.
  • Employer shall provide rules and ensure she respect rules of house.
  • Employer shall allow her to send mail or phone call to her home country when necessary.
  •  Q9. What should you do if your foreign domestic helper has problems?
Foreign domestic helpers are human beings. From time to time she may face certain challenges; free counselling and re-training are provided by our agency.
  •  Q10. What employer has to do when his foreign domestic helper runaway from house?
Employer shall inform agency, make police report and report to immigration department.
  •  Q11. What are the approved source countries for foreign domestic helper to work in Malaysia?
Foreign domestic helpers allow from Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam.
  •  Q12. Is single parent allowed to apply foreign domestic helper?
Immigration Department allow single parent to apply foreign domestic helper as long as she has minimum income RM36,000.00 per annum and sufficient supporting document.
  •  Q13. Are employer allowed to apply second foreign domestic helper?
Employer shall provide sufficient reason and minimum income RM72, 000.00 per annum; however it is subject to immigration department decision.
  •  Q14. Can employer from overseas (outside Malaysia) apply for foreign domestic helper?
We can supply foreign domestic helpers to employers (Malaysians, Permanent Residents or Expatriates) who are residing in Peninsular Malaysia only.

• Our Office/Agency for Maid Services
Philippine Agency
Al Manaf International Manpower Corp.
Unit 201-203, 2/F Vareb Mansion, 1679 A. Mabini corner Malvar Sts., Malate, Metro Manila, Philippine.
Tel: (632) 5220117 / (632) 5220153
Fax: (632) 5220126