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MM2H Online Application System Applicant User Manual Contents Introduction ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ………… 3 New Application ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. …… 1 Complete and Submit ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ……………………….. 5 Download For Reprint ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ……………………… 13 Check Status ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ………. 15 Introduction This manual shows potential applicants and agents on how to use the MM2H Online Application System. By using this new system, you will get to generate forms online and download for printing. Applicants and agents will then submit their supporting documents together with the printed forms at the MM2H counter. To access this onli ne application system, you must go to mm2honline.motac.gov.my Enquiries For any enquiries, please contact us by using the following means: Tel: +603 8891 7424 / 7427 / 7434 / 7439 Email: [email protected] 1 New Application How to apply : 1) Go to mm2honline.motac.gov.my . Click on the “New Application” link or icon, as highlighted below. 2) You will come to an online New Application form. You will need to fill up all the information and click on the Generate Application Forms, just as shown below: 2 3) You will now have registered with the online system, and will need to fill up more details on your spouse, children, financial, medical. If you are an agent, you will have to fill up ad ditional information in the agent form. You will now see your passport number with status Incomplete Form in the Applicant form, as below: 4) Notice that there are green, orange, red and no – entry symbols at the top of the page.  Green – you have filled up and saved this particular form previously.  Orange – you are currently filling up this particular form  Red – you have not filled up this particular form yet  No – entry – you are not allowed to fill up this particular form 3 From the scre enshot example, you can see that you are not allowed to fill up the Spouse, Children and Sponsor (for agent) forms. To enable these forms, click on the green symbol for the General Info, as shown below: 5) You are now in the General Info form, and you can see some of the information that you have filled up before. Check the boxes for Spouse and Children if you want to fill up these forms. If you are an agent filling up for the applicant, you must choose the submission method “Through MM2H Agent”. After that, click on the “Save & Continue” button to save the form and continue to the next form, i.e. the Applicant form. 6) You are now in the Applicant form. You can continue filling up the form and the next ones. In case that you cannot complete the forms for now and need to continue the 4 application at a later time, you can click on the “Exit” button at the bottom. You will be back to the front page of the system. Caution: Make sure that you have saved the filled up information by clicking on the “Save” buttons located at the bottom of the forms, or you will end up lo sing the filled up information in the forms. 5 Complete and Submit If you have not completed your application and want to continue, follow the steps below: 1) Go to mm2honline.motac.gov.my . Click on the “Complete and Submit” link or icon, as highlighted below. 2) Fill up the necessary information and click on the “Search for My Application” button 6 3) You are now back into your online application forms. Fill up the information in the Applicant form and click on the “Save & Continue To Next Section”. Clicking on the Save button without filling up the mandatory fields will trigger warning messages, as shown below: 4) Make sure that you have filled up all the required information. Click on the “Save & Continue To Next Section”, and you will arrived in the next form, which is the S pouse form. 7 5) Fill up all the details for the spouse. In the event if the applicant has more than one spouse and legally married, additional spouse can be added by clicking on the “+ Add Spouse” button at the bottom of the form. 6) Doing the previous step will save entered information of the first spouse and refreshes the page for the next spouse. You can see in the picture below that you are now about to enter inform ation for the second spouse. You can add more spouses by repeating the previous step. Clicking on the “Cancel Spouse Addition” button will stop the addition of another spouse. 8 * Once you save the details of the spouses, you can always come back to the S pouse form and view any of the spouses’ details by clicking on the spouses’ links; e.g. Spouse 1, Spouse 2, Spouse 3, etc. 7) Click on “Save & Continue To Next Section” button at the bottom to go to the next form, which is the Children Below 21 form. Your ch ild must be under 21 years old to be eligible for this program. 8) Fill up all the details for the child. In the event if the applicant has more than one child under 21 years old, additional child can be added by clicking on the “+ Add Child” button at the bottom of the form. 9 9) Doing the previous step will save entered information of the first child and refreshes the page for the next child. You can see in the picture below that you are now about to enter information for the second child. You can add more children by repeating the previous step. Clicking on the “Cancel Child Addition” button will stop the addition of another child. * Once you save the details of the children, you can always come back to the Children Below 21 form and view any of the children’s details by clicking on the children’s links; e.g. Child 1, Child 2, Child 3, etc. 10) Click on “Save & Continue To Next Section” button at the bottom to go to the next form, which is the Medical History form. 10 11) Fill up the information in the Medical History form and click on the “Save & Continue To Next Section”. This will bring you to the next form, i.e Finance and Accounts form. 12) Fill up all the details fo r the first account. In the event if the applicant has more than one account, additional accounts can be added by clicking on the “+ Add Account” button at the top of the accounts’ details table, as indicated below. You can add up to 5 accounts: 11 13) Fill up all the details for all the accounts in the Finance and Accounts form and click on the “Save & Continue To Next Section”. This will bring you to the next form, i.e Spon sor form. 14) The Sponsor form should be filled up by the MM2H agent. Fill up all the required information. If you are not ready to submit your application yet to MM2H, then click on the “Save & Go To Previous Section” button. This will save your Sponsor form information and goes back to the previous form, which is the Finance and Accounts form. Here you can click on the “Exit” button to logout from the application and continue back at a later time. 15) If you are ready to submit the application to MM2H, then click on the “ Save & Submit ” button, as indicated below: 16) You application status is now Pending Supporting Documents . An email will be sent to the applicant. Your application forms has been generated and available for download. 12 Please download the MM2H Application Forms by clicking on the “ Download MM2H Applications Forms ” button , as indicated below. 17) The downloaded forms are in PDF format. Print the downloaded forms and fill up whatever extra details needed. 18) Please submit the printed forms together with relevant supporting doc uments over the MM2H counter. 19) You may exit now by clicking on the “Exit” button and download the forms later from this website. You can also check your application status at this website whenever needed. All these will be explained in the next sections. 13 Download For Reprint If you have submitted your application and want to re – download your generated application forms, follow the steps below: 1) Go to mm2honline.motac.gov.my . Click on the “Download For Reprint” link or icon, as highlighted below. 2) Fill up the necessary information and click on the “ Download My Application Forms ” button , like shown in the example below: 14 3) In the following page, click on the “Download MM2H Application Forms” button to download your already submitted forms in PDF format: 4) Click “Exit” if you want to exit the page. 15 Check Status If you want to know the latest status of your application, follow the steps below: 1) Go to mm2honline.motac.gov.my . Click on the “Check Status” link or icon, as highlighted below. 2) Fill up the necessary information and click on the “ Check My Application Status ” button , like shown in the example below: 16 3) In the following page, you will the latest status of the application. Boston University Sarcoidosis Center | 725 Albany St, Suite 9B | Boston, MA 02118 | T. 617.638.7480 | F. 617.638.7486 | www.sarcoid.org Boston University Sarcoidosis Center Jeffrey Berman, MD (Director) Advay Bhatt (Cardiac Electrophysiology) Praveen Govender, MD (Pulmonary/Immunology) Edward Miller, MD PhD (Cardiology) Frederick Ruberg, MD (Cardiology) The primary teaching affiliate of the Boston University School of Medicine. Dear Boston University Sarcoidosis Center Patient: In preparation for your upcoming initial consultation, please mail or fax the following documentation to the address/fax number at the bottom of the page so that we are able to efficiently and comprehensively review your case: 1. Most recent doctors notes. a. Please include notes from your primary care doctor and any specialists involved in your care (for example: pulmonologist, cardiologist, rheumatologist, and/or neurologist, etc.) b. Please include an up to date report of the medications you take 2. Reports from Imaging Studies and Diagnostic Tests a. Chest X-rays b. CT scans c. PET scans d. MRI scans e. Echocardiograms f. Recent blood work g. Holter monitor h. Pulmonary Function Tests i. Cardiac Angiograms (‘heart cath’) j. Biopsy reports (lymph nodes, lung, skin, heart, etc) 3. If you are being seen for a cardiac evaluation, please get CD/DVDs of cardiac PET and/or cardiac MRI scans from the hospital where they were performed and BRING THESE WITH YOU. If you have any questions about what information you need to bring or need further assistance, please contact the Sarcoidosis Center Administrative Assistant, Kenneth Lalsingh, at 617-414-3479. Thank you and we look forward to your visit. Date: Wed, 04 Jun 2008 15:56:04 -0400 To: Gary Bergstrom , Karyn Bischoff , Kathryn Boor , Dan Brown , Heather Clark Dantzker , Vivian Hoffman , Paswel Marenya , Chuck Nicholson , Rebecca Nelson , Michael Milgroom , Stephen DeGloria , Stephen Kresovich , Beth Medvecky , David Sahn , Rebecca Stoltzfus From: Michael Milgroom Cc: Chris Barrett , Anurag Agrawal , Dave Dieterich , Helene Schember Dear Colleagues, Many thanks for taking time from your busy schedules to come for lunch today and talk about mycotoxins. It was a great pleasure to meet you and to hear your perspectives. We are even more optimistic than before that we can all learn quickly and effectively by working together in this interdisciplinary group. We look forward to working with you in the near future. The CCSF request for proposals asks for a brief letter of intent to be submitted by July 1, with a full proposal due by September 5. This is a wonderful opportunity for us to focus our efforts and submit a group project on mycotoxins and sustainability. The RFP can be found at: http://www.sustainablefuture.cornell.edu/attachments/RFP_CCSF_2008.pdf We will be in contact with again soon to find out if you are interested in participating and to set up another meeting devoted to specific research ideas for this RFP. Below is a list of participants at lunch today, which we would like to think of as the nucleus of the Cornell Mycotoxin Working Group (CMWG). We hope that you and your students will be interested in participating in an interdisciplinary seminar series in Fall 2008. We envision one session each week throughout the semester, covering a broad range of topics in Agriculture, Health and Social Sciences as they relate to mycotoxins. More information will be coming along this summer. We’re looking forward to interacting more with you soon. Best wishes, Michael and Rebecca Cornell Mycotoxin Working Group Gary Bergstrom, Plant Pathology & Plant-Microbe Biology [email protected] Karyn Bischoff, Animal Health Diagnostic Center [email protected] Kathryn Boor, Food Science [email protected] Dan Brown, Animal Science [email protected] Heather Clark Dantzker, Sprecher Institute for Comparative Cancer Research [email protected] Vivian Hoffman, Applied Economics and Management [email protected] Paswel Marenya, Applied Economics and Management [email protected] Chuck Nicholson, Applied Economics and Management [email protected] Rebecca Nelson, Plant Pathology & Plant-Microbe Biology, and Plant Breeding & Genetics [email protected] Michael Milgroom, Plant Pathology & Plant-Microbe Biology [email protected] Interested but could not attend lunch on June 4 Stephen DeGloria, Crop and Soil Science [email protected] Stephen Kresovich, Vice Provost for Life Sciences, Plant Breeding & Genetics [email protected] Michael Milgroom, 03:56 PM 6/4/2008, CCSF lunch report Printed for Helene Schember 2 Beth Medvecky, CIIFAD [email protected] David Sahn, Nutritional Science [email protected] Rebecca Stoltzfus, Nutritional Science [email protected] CCSF Leaders at lunch June 4 Chris Barrett, CCSF Associate Director, Economic Development Programs [email protected] Anurag Agrawal, CCSF Associate Director, Environment Programs [email protected] Dave Dieterich, CCSF Partnerships Director [email protected] Helene Schember, CCSF Executive Director [email protected] @media only screen and (max-width: 667px) { #layout-row1226 { max-height: 0= px!important; font-size: 0px!important; display: none!important; visibility= : hidden!important; } #layout-row1227 img { width: 100% !important; height:= auto !important; max-width: 200px !important; } .td_rss .rss-item img.ipho= ne_large_image { width: auto !important; } u + .body { display: table !impo= rtant; width: 100vw !important; min-width: 100vw !important; } u + .body ta= ble { display: table !important; width: 100% !important; min-width: 100% !i= mportant; } u + .body td { display: block !important; width: 100% !importan= t; min-width: 100% !important; } u + .body img { display: inline-block !imp= ortant; margin: auto !important; width: auto !important; vertical-align: bo= ttom !important; } u + .body center { display: block !important; margin: au= to !important; width: 100% !important; min-width: 100% !important; text-ali= gn: center !important; } u + .body table._ac_social_table, u + .body table._ac_social_table td, u + .body table._ac_social_table div, u + .body = table._ac_social_table a { display: inline-block !important; margin: auto != important; width: auto !important; min-width: auto !important; text-align: = center !important; } u + .body table._ac_social_table img { display: inline= -block !important; margin: auto !important; width: 32px !important; min-wid= th: 32px !important; max-width: 32px !important; } } Cannabliss – [email protected]

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