Sabahan, teenager win battle for citizenship
A three-man Federal Court bench has dismissed the government's application for leave to pursue its appeals to prevent the two from receiving Malaysian citizenship.
Told to stop school, stateless girl still dreams of becoming an engineer
Nor Adilla Ramli is still waiting for an answer from the home ministry after submitting an application for citizenship years ago.
Malaysia Day marks continued struggle for mother in quest for daughter's citizenship
Aini, whose two children are both autistic, says she will not give up despite years of fruitless attempts.
Two children with autism, only one a Malaysian
Aini is determined to continue fighting for her daughter to be recognised as a Malaysian citizen.
Stateless no more for Merdeka boy Omar Mokhtar
Mohamad Omar Mokhtar was granted Malaysian citizenship within two weeks of meeting the prime minister.
New hope for stateless Merdeka boy after meeting with PM
Mohamad Omar Mokhtar dreams of becoming a teacher and giving back to the country.
Straight A's no guarantee of a future for stateless youth born on Merdeka Day
Mohamad Omar Mokhtar has been denied citizenship due to problems with his birth mother's identity card.
Don’t pass the buck to the public, Hamzah told on citizenship issues
Rights group Lawyers for Liberty says it is unlawful to deny citizenship to any child born to at least one parent who is a Malaysian simply because the marriage is not registered.
Suki goes to school
With the help of kind Malaysians, a long-held dream is finally coming true for young Suki Wong Pei Yee.
Speed up citizenship approval for kids born to Malaysian women overseas, govt told
Family Frontiers says some 70 Malaysian women are still waiting for updates on the citizenship applications of their children.
Future turns bright for young stateless girl Suki
She is making good progress at the kindergarten where she is enrolled, while her father will begin physiotherapy sessions soon to help him recover from his stroke.
Suki and dad overwhelmed as visitors come flooding in
Wong Kon Foo, who can now send his daughter to a private kindergarten for lessons, voices gratitude once more for all that Malaysians have done for him and his daughter.