Bali is one of the most popular and comfortable places for vacation. It is warm all year round, scenic. It offers well-developed infrastructure and a decent level of service, a large expat community and everything you need for a carefree life in retirement. Great news! Indonesian legislation provides a special type of visa for elderly people – the retirement Visa. What is a retirement KITAS? A retirement KITAS is a permit for temporary residence in Indonesia for retirees, which allows them to stay in the country for 1 year up to 5 years (with renewals). Working with this visa is…
The latest terms and conditions for domestic travel refer to SE No.24/2022
Due to Eid al – Fitr, we’d like to inform to all immigration applicants that immigration offices on : FRIDAY, 29 APRIL 2022 – SUNDAY, 8 MAY 2022 are CLOSED ⛔️ For foreigners whose stay permit expires on that date, are required to apply stay permit extension on working days by 28 April 2022 at the latest 🙏🏻
As of January 7, 2022, the quarantine for entry into Indonesia has been reduced to 7 days! Also, the Indonesian government has denied entry to foreigners who have visited South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Lesotho, Mozambique, Eswatini, Malawi, Angola, Zambia, Hong Kong, Norway, Denmark and France in the past 14 days. To enter Indonesia, you must now provide: visa Certificate of complete vaccination (at least 14 days after the last dose) in English PCR test no older than 72 hours Peduli Lindungi confirmation of quarantine hotel reservations Sometimes a return ticket is required insurance
All foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Indonesia during the national lockdown (Emergency PPKM), but it does not apply to: 1. Holders of Diplomatic and Official visa; 2. Holders of Diplomatic and Official Residence Permit; 3. Holders of Temporary Stay Permits (ITAS) and Permanent Stay Permits (ITAP);
Indonesia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a document clarifying vaccination regulations for foreigners in Indonesia on July 8. Among the main points: 1. Foreigners leaving Indonesia from Jakarta or without domestic flights are not required to present a COVID-19 vaccination card.
The National Covid-19 Taskforce has declared an additional requirement for foreign travelers to enter Indonesia to protect Indonesian citizens from imported cases.
Immigration offices in Java and Bali islands are temporarily closed for in-person documents service on 5-20 July 2021 to stop the spread of COVID-19. During this period, the population will be served online.
All foreigners who come to Indonesia, starting July 6, 2021, must show a vaccination card of full vaccination (or proof of vaccination) and a negative Covid-19 PCR test result before entering Indonesia.
The General Directorate of the Immigration Service of Indonesia announced that the building of the General Directorate of Immigration will be closed until June 25, 2021. This will be done to minimize the spread of Covid-19 at the Directorate General of Immigration. As a result, visa application quotas will be limited. Applications that had been already submitted would be processed.