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UU Keimigrasian – Bab 7

Immigration Law

  1. An Immigration Officer has the authority to enforce Immigration Administrative Action to Foreign National residing in Indonesian Territory who engage in harmful activities and which presumably threatening security and public order or disrespectful or contravene the applicable legislation.
  2. Immigration Administrative Action as referred to in section (1) may take the form of:
    1. including their names in the list of Exit Ban or Entry Ban;
    2. restriction, change, or cancellation of their Stay Permit;
    3. prohibition from residing in one or some particular places in Indonesian Territory;
    4. obligation to reside at a certain place in Indonesian Territory;
    5. liable to a fine; and/or
    6. Deportation from Indonesian Territory.

A decision on Immigration Administrative Action as referred to in Article 75 section (1) and section (3) is made in writing and must include the grounds of the decision.

  1. A Foreign National who is subject to Immigration Administrative Action can file an appeal to the Minister.
  2. The Minister can grant or refuse the appeal filed by the Foreign National as referred to in section (1) by a Ministerial Decision.
  3. The Ministerial Decision as referred to in section (2) is final.
  4. The appeal filed by the Foreign National does not delay the implementation of the Immigration Administrative Action imposed to the Foreign National.
  1. A Foreign National holding a Stay Permit which validity period has expired and still remaining in Indonesian Territory not exceeding 60 (sixty) days from the Stay Permit expiry date is liable to a fine in accordance with the provisions of legislation.
  2. The Foreign National who fails to pay fines as referred to in section (1) is subject to Immigration Administrative Action in the form of Deportation and Entry Ban.
  3. A Foreign National who holds a Stay Permit which validity period has expired and still remaining in Indonesian Territory exceeding 60 (sixty) days from the Stay Permit expiry date is subject to Immigration Administrative Action in the form of Deportation and Entry Ban.

A Person in Charge of a Means of Transport who does not fulfil the obligations as referred to in Article 18 section (1) is liable to a fine.

The fines as referred to in Article 19 section (4) and Article 79 constitute Non-Tax State Revenues from the Immigration sector.