Visa

GENERAL

Based on Government's Regulation Number 31 Year 2013

  1. A Visitor's Visa is granted to a foreign citizen who intends to visit or travel in the territory of Indonesia for the following purposes:
      • Tourism;
      • Family matters;
      • Social activities;
      • Arts and Culture;
      • The task of government;
      • Sports are not commercial;
      • Knowledge-sharing visits, short courses and short training;
      • to provide counseling and training on using and innovating industrial technology to enhance product quality and design, and for cooperation in marketing Indonesian products abroad;
      • to conduct emergency or urgent activities
      • to engage in journalistic activities for which permission has already been obtained from the authorised bureau;
      • non-commercial film making for which permission has already been obtained from the authorised bureau;
      • business discussions;
      • to purchase goods;
      • to deliver speeches or attend conferences;
      • to attend international exhibitions;
      • to participate in meetings held by the central office or representative in Indonesia;
      • to audit, quality control manufacturers, or inspect branch offices in Indonesia;
      • for Prospective foreign workers in the pilot the ability to work;
      • for prospective foreign workers to undergo employment trials
        These types of visas are given for 60 days and are extendable up to 4 times, each time for 30 days, and can be converted to another type of visa.

Types of Visit Visa:

    1. Visitor's Visa on Arrival (Visa on Arrival): 

      This type of visa is granted for 30 days and is extendable for another 30 days, but cannot be converted into another type of visa.Visas on arrival are granted to citizens of certain foreign countries on arrival at immigration checkpoints for the following purposes:

      1. Government tasks;
      2. Educational Activities;
      3. Social and cultural activities;
      4. Tourism;
      5. Business;
      6. Family Matters;
      7. Journalism; or
      8. For a layover before continuing their journey to another country
    2. Short Visit Visa Exemption This type of visa is granted for 30 days, is non-extendable and cannot be converted into another type of visa. Visa exemptions are granted to citizens of certain foreign countries at immigration checkpoints based on a reciprocal benefit principle for the following purposes:
      1. Tourism;
      2. Government Tasks;
      3. Business Visit;
      4. Social and cultural activities.
    3. Multiple Visit Visa:This type of visa is non-extendable and cannot be converted into another type of visa. Multiple Visit Visa is granted to foreign citizens for multiple journeys to Indonesia, valid for 1 (one) year for visits of not more than 60 days. Multiple Visit Visas are granted for the following purposes:
      1. Tourism;
      2. Business visits;
      3. Family Matters.

REQUIREMENTS

  1. 1.     Visitor’s Visa
    1. the application letter;
    2. the  sponsorship letter;
    3. the sponsor's identity;
    4. a copy of the applicant's passport valid for at least 6 months;
    5. a recommendation letter from the relevant institution, e.g. the Ministry of Education for a student;
    6. the trading business license (SIUP);
    7. the tax payer registered number (NPWP);
    8. the company's deed of establishment and ministerial approval;
    9. the company's registration certificate;
    10. the family card, marriage certificate, birth certificate (if required);
    11. not being on the entry black list.

notes:

-        points f. to i. are specifically for a company as the guarantor.

-        point j. is specifically for a  private person as the guarantor.

 

  1. 2.     Multiple Visit Visa
    1. the application letter;
    2. the sponsorship letter;
    3. the sponsor's identity;
    4. a copy of the applicant's passport valid for at least 12 (twelve) months;
    5. a recommendation letter from the relevant institution, e.g. the Ministry of Education for a student for the following purposes: knowledge-sharing visits, short courses, and short trainings;
    6. the trading business license (SIUP);
    7. the tax payer registered number (NPWP);
    8. the company's deed of establishment and ministerial approval;
    9. the company's registration certificate;
    10. the family card, marriage certificate, birth certificate (if required);
    11. not being on the entry black list.

notes:

-        points f. to i. are specifically for a company as the guarantor.

-        point j. is specifically for a private person as the guarantor.