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January 02, 2014

Visa Policy for Bali and Indonesia 2013



Visa Policy for Bali and Indonesia 

VISA ON ARRIVAL
In accordance with the Regulation of Minister of Law and Human Right of the Republic of Indonesia Number 26, 2013, citizen from 61 countries and 1 region are eligible for obtaining Visa on Arrival (VOA).
Visa on Arrival (VOA)
Citizens of certain countries may purchase upon arrival in Indonesia a 30-day visa which can be extended for an additional 30 days by application to the immigration department.
This visa may be obtained directly upon landing at major airports and seaports in Indonesia. The Visa on Arrival is not a work visa or a visitation visa therefore it can not be converted to obtain other immigration permits. The maximum stays permitted for the visa on arrival is 30 days. If you plan to stay longer than 30 days, you need to mention your intention to stay longer. Visa on Arrival can be extended for another 30 days via local immigration offices.
Other Classes of Visas for Temporary Visitors
There are various other classes of visas available to visitors to Indonesia.
Business Visa - This visa is given by an Indonesian Embassies abroad to applicants visiting Indonesia for normal business activities (including attending a conference/seminar) which do not involve taking up employment or receiving any payments whilst in Indonesia. This visa, valid for a stay of 60 days, can be for a single or multiple visits. This visa is obtainable after application by a sponsoring party in Indonesia to the Department of Immigration.
Social-Cultural Visa - This visa is issued by as Indonesian Embassy abroad to applicants who are going to Indonesia for a social/cultural visit, such as visiting relatives/friends; social organizations; exchange visits between educational institutions; undertaking research and attending training programs in Indonesia. The validity of this visa is for a 60 day stay, but can be extended upon application in Indonesia. This visa is obtainable after application by a sponsoring party in Indonesia to the Department of Immigration.
Employment Visa - This visa is given to applicants whose purpose of visit is to take up employment and require sponsorship by a company or organization in Indonesia.
Limited Stay Permit (KITAS) - This visa is a Temporary Stay Permit (KITAS) and is issued to applicants whose purpose of visit is to stay in Indonesia for a limited period.
Retirement Visa - Those wishing to retire in Indonesia can obtain renewable 5 years visa. Certain insurance, residential and financial capability standards must be met to quality for this visa which can be coordinated by a local travel agent.
NOTICE: The information supplied was believed correct and current at the time of publication. We strongly suggest that you contact your travel company when making your travel arrangement or your nearest Indonesian Embassy to obtain the latest visa information
This visa can be obtained directly when you are landed at the certain airports and seaport in Indonesia regardless of the purpose of your visits (Business, Tourist, Social). The Visa on Arrival is neither a work visa nor a visitation visa. Therefore, it can not be converted to obtain other immigration permits. The maximum stays permitted for the visa on arrival is 30 days. If you plan to stay longer than 30 days, you need to mention your intention to stay longer. Visa on Arrival can be extended for another 30 days.

The general requirements for Visa On Arrival are:
  • Expiration date of the applicant's passport must be at least 6 (six) months at the date of entry.
  • Round-trip airplane ticket
  • Fees
The fees for Visa On Arrival are:
  • Visa for stay up to 30 (thirty) days = US$ 25,-
  • Extension of stay for up to 30 (thirty) days = US$ 25,-
Those 64 countries and 1 region are as follow:
1.
Argentina
2.
Australia
3.
Austria
4.
Algeria
5.
Bahrain
6.
Belgium
7.
Brazil
8.
Bulgaria
9.
Czech Republic
10.
Canada
11.
Cyprus
12.
Denmark
13.
Estonia
14.
Egypt
15.
Fiji
16.
Finland
17.
France
18.
Germany
19.
Greece
20.
Hungary
21.
India
22.
Iceland
23.
Ireland
24.
Italy
25.
Japan
26.
Kuwait
27.
Latvia
28.
Libya
29.
Lithuania
30.
Liechtenstein
31.
Luxembourg
32.
Maldives
33.
Malta
34.
Mexico
35.
Monaco
36.
New Zealand
37.
Netherlands
38.
Norway
39.
Oman
40.
Panama
41.
People's Republic of China
42.
Poland
43.
Portugal
44.
Qatar
45.
Romania
46.
Russia
47.
Saudi Arabia
48.
Slovak Republic
49.
Slovenia
50.
Spain
51.
South Africa
52.
South Korea
53.
Suriname
54.
Sweden
55.
Switzerland
56.
Taiwan PRC
57.
Timor Leste
58.
Tunisia
59.
Turkey
60.
Uni Arab Emirates
61.
United Kingdom
62.
United States of America
List of Airports and Seaports that have facilities to issue VISA ON ARRIVAL
 
A. Airports
 

1.
Sultan Iskandar Muda (in Banda Aceh, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam)

2.
Polonia (in Medan, North Sumatera)

3.
Sultan Syarif Kasim II (in Pekanbaru, Riau)

4.
Hang Nadim (in Batam, Riau Archipelago)

5.
Minangkabau (in Padang, West Sumatera)

6.
Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II (in Palembang, South Sumatera)

7.
Soekarno-Hatta (in the Special Region of the Capital City of Jakarta)

8.
Halim Perdana Kusuma (in the Special Region of the Capital City of Jakarta)

9.
Husein Sastranegara (in Bandung, West Java)

10.
Adi Sucipto (in Yogyakarta, Special Territory of Yogyakarta)

11.
Ahmad Yani (in Semarang, Central Java)

12.
Adi Sumarmo (in Surakarta (Solo), Central Java)

13.
Ir. Juanda (in Surabaya, East Java)

14.
Supadio (in Pontianak, West Kalimantan (Borneo))

15.
Sepinggan (in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan (Borneo))

16.
Sam Ratulangi (in Manado, North Sulawesi (Celebes))

17.
Hasanuddin (in Makassar, South Sulawesi (Celebes))

18.
Ngurah Rai (in Denpasar, Bali)

19.
Lombok (in Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara)

20.
El Tari (in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara)
 
B. Seaports
 

1.
Sekupang (in Batam, Riau Archipelago)

2.
Citra Tritunas (Harbor Bay) (in Batam, Riau Archipelago)

3.
Nongsa (in Batam, Riau Archipelago)

4.
Marina Teluk Senimba (in Batam, Riau Archipelago)

5.
Batam Centre (in Batam, Riau Archipelago)

6.
Bandar Bintan Telani Lagoi (in Tanjung Uban, Riau Archipelago)

7.
Bandar Sri Udana Lobam (in Tanjung Uban, Riau Archipelago)

8.
Sri Bintan Pura (in Tanjung Pinang, Riau Archipelago)

9.
Tanjung Balai Karimun (in Tanjung Balai Karimun, Riau Archipelago)

10.
Belawan (in Belawan, North Sumatera)

11.
Sibolga (in Sibolga, North Sumatera)

12.
Yos Sudarso (in Dumai, Riau)

13.
Teluk Bayur (in Padang, West Sumatera)

14.
Tanjung Priok (in the Special Region of the Capital City of Jakarta)

15.
Tanjung Mas (in Semarang, Central Java)

16.
Padang Bai (in Karangasem, Bali)

17.
Benoa (in Badung, Bali)

18.
Bitung (in Bitung, North Sulawesi)

19.
Soekarno-Hatta (in Makassar, South Sulawesi)

20.
Pare-Pare (in Pare-Pare, South Sulawesi)

21.
Maumere (in Maumere, East Nusa Tenggara)

22.
Tenau (in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara)

23.
Jayapura (in Jayapura, Papua)
 
C. Other Entry
 


 Source
Etikong (in Etikong, West Kalimantan (Borneo)

: http://www.embassyofindonesia.org/consular/voa.htm


Visa Free - Short Visit
Citizens from the following countries are given Short Term Visitor Visas for purposes of holiday, exhibition, tourism, business, and social-culture and valid for 30 (thirty) days. This Visa could not be converted, extended or used to obtain other immigration permits:
• Brunei Darussalam
• Chile
• Hong Kong SAR
• Macao SAR
• Malaysia
• Morocco
• Peru
• Philippines
• Thailand
• Vietnam
• Singapore
The official entry requirements for the issuance of a visa-free short visit permit:
1. Passport must be from one of the eleven countries listed above.
2. Passport must be valid for a minimum of 6 (six) months from the date of entry into Indonesia.
3. Onward or return tickets are compulsory.
4. Visitors must enter and exit through the airports or seaports or border crossing post officially approved as an “International Gateway” by the Indonesian Immigration department.
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