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THE CHANGE OF A VISITOR STAY PERMIT TO A TEMPORARY STAY PERMIT

A Visitor Stay Permit (ITK) can be changed to a Temporary Stay Permit (ITAS) for a foreign national or a child newly born in Indonesian Territory, whose father/mother is a holder of an ITK. Application for a change of ITK status is submitted no later than 30 (thirty) days before the expiry of the ITK. Only an ITK originated as a Single-Entry Visitor Visa or a Multiple-Entry Visitor Visa can be changed to an ITAS.

The change of status of an ITK is not granted to:

  1. A holder of an ITK originated as Visa on Arrival (VOA)
  2. A visitor entering with Visa Exemption
  3. Transportation crew

The change of status of an ITK is granted to the following foreign nationals entering Indonesia:

    1. as an investor;
    2. as an expert;
    3. as a cleric;
    4. as an education and training participant;
    5. as a scientific researcher;
    6. as the spouse of an Indonesian citizen;
    7. as the spouse of a holder of a Temporary Stay Permit or Permanent Stay Permit;
    8. as the child who has a family relationship to their Indonesian parent by law;
    9. as the child who is under the age of 18 (eighteen) years and unmarried of a parent holding a Temporary Stay Permit or Permanent Stay Permit;
    10. based on the principle of benefit for the welfare of society and/or humanity, after obtaining consideration from the Minister;
    11. as a former Indonesian citizen intending to retain their citizenship based on the provisions of laws and regulations;
    12. to reside in their second home.

1. A legal and valid national passport containing:

    • Visa and Entry Stamp except for a child holding a Visitor Stay Permit given because they were born in Indonesian Territory from a father and/or mother holding a Visitor Stay Permit; or
    • Visitor Stay Permit.

2. A letter of sponsorship from the Sponsor; and
3. An identity card and a family card of the Sponsor or Guarantor (if the applicant has a Sponsor or Guarantor).

Special requirements for a change of status of an ITK to ITAS:

  • Investors
    • Letter of recommendation from the government agency in charge of affairs in the investment sector. 
  • Experts (Private Sector)
    • Letter of recommendation from the ministry in charge of affairs in the manpower sector. 
  • Experts (Government or Public Sector)
    • Letter of recommendation from the relevant ministry or government agency. 
  • Clerics
    • Letter of recommendation from the ministry in charge of affairs in the manpower sector; and
    • Letter of recommendation from the ministry in charge of religious affairs. 
  • Education and Training
    • Letter of recommendation from the ministry or institution in charge of training or research. 
  • Scientific research
    • Letter of recommendation from the ministry or government agency in charge of research or the government institution relevant to the field of activity. 
  • Foreigners joining their Indonesian husband or wife
    • o a marriage certificate or marriage book which has been translated into Indonesian by a sworn translator, unless the documents are already written in English;
    • a marriage certificate or marriage book that has been acknowledged by an Indonesia Mission Abroad or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia for marriages held overseas or a certificate of recognition of marriage from the civil registration office for marriages held abroad; and
    • identity card and family card of the applicant’s Indonesian father or mother, husband or wife. 
  • Foreign nationals joining their husband or wife holding a Temporary Stay Permit (ITAS) or Permanent Stay Permit (ITAP)
    • a marriage certificate or marriage book which has been translated into Indonesian by a sworn translator, unless the documents are already written in English; and
    • a legal and valid ITAS or ITAP of the husband or wife. 
  • Foreign nationals joining their Indonesian parents who have a family relationship with them by law
    • the applicant’s birth certificate which has been translated into Indonesian by a sworn translator, unless the document is already written in English;
    • the parents' marriage certificate which has been translated into Indonesian by a sworn translator, unless the document is already written in English;
    • a certificate of recognition of marriage from the civil registration office, if the marriage took place abroad; and
    • an identity card and family card of the Indonesian father or mother. 
  • Foreign nationals, who is under the age of 18 (eighteen) years and unmarried, joining their parent holding a Temporary Stay Permit or Permanent Stay Permit
    • the applicant’s birth certificate which has been translated into Indonesian by a sworn translator, unless the document is already written in English;
    • the parents' marriage certificate which has been translated into Indonesian by a sworn translator, unless the document is already written in English; and
    • the Temporary Stay Permit or Permanent Stay Permit of the father and/or mother. 
  • Foreign nationals permitted to enter Indonesia after obtaining the Minister's consideration, based on the principle of benefit for the welfare of society and/or humanity
    • a certificate from a government agency explaining the reasons for the foreigner to be considered beneficial for the welfare of the society, as well as a letter of approval from the Minister; or
    • a written statement from the foreigner’s Sponsor or Guarantor explaining that the presence of the person is based on humanitarian reasons, as well as a letter of approval from the Director General. 
  • Foreign nationals, as former Indonesian citizens, intending to retain their citizenship based on the provisions of laws and regulations;
    • statement from the Head of Indonesia Mission Abroad regarding the loss (revocation) of Indonesian citizenship; and
    • a valid official document, in the form of birth certificate, identity card, Indonesian passport or diploma, issued by an Indonesian government agency or by an institution recognized by the government of the Republic of Indonesia, as a prove that the applicant is a former Indonesian citizen.

.1. Applicants submit the application to an Immigration Office and make:

    • payment of immigration fees,
    • interview, photograph, and fingerprint appointment,

2. Field supervision of the applicant will be conducted when necessary;
3. The applications that have been examined and declared complete by the Immigration officer are submitted to the Immigration Division at the Regional Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights;
4. The applications that have been examined and reviewed to meet the requirements are then submitted to the Directorate General of Immigration for approval;
5.
The Director General of Immigration will issue an approval letter for the change of status of the ITK to ITAS;
6. 
The issuance of ITAS at the Immigration Office.

  1. An application processing time at the Immigration Office is a maximum of 3 (three) working days after it is received and declared complete, with an additional 4 (four) working days if an Immigration Supervision is needed;
  2. The processing time at the Immigration Division is a maximum of 3 (three) working days after the application is received;
  3. The processing time at the Directorate General of Immigration is a maximum of 5 (five) working days after the application is received;
  4. Completion of the application at the Immigration Office is a maximum of 3 (three) working days after the approval of the Director General of Immigration is issued.

1. The period of a Temporary Stay Permit is granted by considering:

    • the recommendation from the competent authority;
    • the application submitted; and
    • the validity period of National Passport.

2. The period of a Temporary Stay Permit cannot exceed the validity period of the National Passport.
3. The period of the Temporary Stay Permit for a child newly born in Indonesian Territory is granted in accordance with the period of the father’s and/or mother’s Temporary Stay Permit.

To see full details of the fees, please visit Immigration Fees.

a. Temporary Stay Permit on Arrival one application Rp. 750.000
b. Temporary Stay Permit (max. of 6 Months Validity) one application Rp. 1.000.000
c. Temporary Stay Permit (max. of 1 Year Validity) one application Rp. 1.500.000
d. Temporary Stay Permit (max. of 2 Year Validity) one application Rp. 2.000.000
e. Special Temporary Stay Permit for Special Economic Zone Purpose (max. of 5 Year Validity) one application Rp. 5.000.000