Foreigners who wish to work in Indonesia must meet the educational qualifications, competency certificates, and knowledge transfer to locals.
The Indonesian government issues work permits based on the Foreign Worker Utilization Plan (RPTKA) Approval. Once approved, you’ll receive a limited stay visa and KITAS, allowing you to stay in Indonesia for one to 12 months, depending on your work visa or permit.
Offshore and Onshore Visas in Indonesia
InCorp Indonesia can provide consultations tailored to your needs. In addition to work permits and KITAS, our team can also advise an Investor on KITAS. Indonesian Investor KITAS offers significant benefits, including ease of application and a work permit fee waiver.
KITAS and work permit in Indonesia can only be sponsored by an Indonesian company (a local PT, PT PMA, or representative office). InCorp Indonesia can assist you in completing the Indonesian working visa sponsorship.
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.
Understanding The Different Types of Visas in Indonesia