With a single-entry or multiple-entry business visa in Indonesia, foreign citizens can engage in business talks, purchase goods, and explore potential business deals. However, it’s important to note that these visas do not allow income generation. To do so, you will need an Indonesian work permit.
Business Visa in Indonesia: Types and Requirements
Single-Entry Business Visa
A single-entry business visa holder in Indonesia must extend their visa immediately after it expires. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, they do not need to leave the country and can extend their visa through an onshore application.
Multiple-Entry Business Visa
A multiple-entry business visa holder, on the other hand, has its advantage, as this type of visa does not limit the number of stays in the country annually.
A business visa in Indonesia grants you up to 60 days of stay and is extendable for up to another six months.
A passport with a minimum validity of 18 months and a bank account statement for the last 3 months with a balance of at least USD 10,000.
Urgent Notice | Due to the Indonesian regulations, we are not able to provide visa services to the following nationals: Afghani, Belarusian, Guinean, Israeli, North Korean, Cameroonian, Liberian, Nigerien, Nigerian, Russian, Somalian, Uzbeks.
Offshore and Onshore Visas in Indonesia
An onshore visa application is eligible for applicants that already reside in the country, but need to extend or renew their current Indonesian visa.
Foreigners just about to fly to Indonesia usually obtain their Indonesian visa through an offshore application. Once the e-visa is issued, the applicant is eligible to enter Indonesia.
Understanding The Different Types of Visas in Indonesia