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Indonesian visa on arrival is an entry permit you obtain upon arrival, so you do not need to deal with pre-arrival bureaucratic complexity. Given its efficiency, a visa on arrival in Indonesia is recommended for those who visit the country on a tight schedule.

Single and Multiple-Entry Business Visa in Indonesia

Specifically, the authority grants an Indonesian visa on arrival to foreigners who travel for business purposes, vacations, and social visits. A visa on arrival in Indonesia will allow holders to stay there for 30 days, starting from their arrival, and extendable for another 30 days when needed.

Visa on Arrival Indonesia: The Requirements

To obtain a visa on arrival in Indonesia, applicants must fulfill several requirements upon arrival in the country, such as:

  • A passport with a validity of at least six months
  • A ticket to leave Indonesia
  • Pay a USD 35 fee

En route to Indonesia, applicants might also need to fill out an immigration card (Arrival and Departure Card) that specifies your passport number, flight, address where you plan to stay, and a customs declaration for you to exit customs.

However, it is essential to note that the Indonesian government only issues visas on arrival to foreigners from specific countries and requires them to arrive at certain airports or seaports.

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.

The different types of visas in Indonesia

Visa types Short-term visit visa Long-term visit visa
Available options
  • Social visa
  • Business visa
  • Limited stay visa (KITAS)
  • Permanent stay visa (KITAP)
Validity Single-entry (valid for 60 days, extendable 2 times)
  • KITAS: 1 year, except for Investor KITAS (2 years). All are extendable
  • KITAP: 5 years, and extendable for another 5 years or unlimited
What foreigners can & cannot do Can:

  • Can participate in social activities
  • Can conduct business activities

Cannot do:

  • Cannot work or be employed
  • Cannot earn money, income, and profit
Various KITAS types
  • Work KITAS
  • Spouse/family KITAS
  • Investor KITAS
  • Retirement KITAS

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