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Indonesia Visa and KITAS Services for foreigner, including Business Visa, Tourist Visa, Dependent Visa, Spouse Visa, Work Visa/KITAS and Investor Visa/KITAS.

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What is a Visa?

Visa is an official document issued by a country’s government that allows individuals to enter, stay, or transit through their territory for a specific purpose and duration. It serves as a permission granted to foreign nationals to enter a country and indicates the conditions under which they are permitted to stay.

Who Needs an Indonesia Visa?

To determine who needs an Indonesia visa, it's important to consider the country's visa policy and the purpose of the visit. Here is a general overview:

Visa-Free Countries

Citizens of certain countries are exempt from obtaining a visa for a limited period when traveling to Indonesia for tourism or business purposes. The duration of stay in Indonesia varies depending on the traveler's country of origin. For example, citizens of ASEAN member countries can typically stay for up to 30 days without a visa.


Citizens of some countries are eligible to obtain a visa on arrival upon arriving at certain designated entry points in Indonesia. This visa allows for a stay of up to 30 days and can be extended once for an additional 30 days.

Visit Visa

Citizens of countries not eligible for visa-free entry or visa-on-arrival must apply for a visit visa before arriving in Indonesia. The visit visa can be used for various purposes, including tourism, business meetings, family visits, or attending conferences. The duration of stay and requirements vary depending on the purpose of the visit.

Work Visa (KITAS)

Foreigners intending to work in Indonesia need to obtain a work visa, known as a KITAS (Kartu Izin Tinggal Terbatas). This type of visa requires sponsorship from an Indonesian employer and is subject to specific requirements and procedures.

Student Visa

International students planning to pursue education in Indonesia must apply for a student visa. The visa is usually granted for the duration of the study program and requires confirmation of enrollment from an Indonesian educational institution.

Types of Indonesian Visas

If you are not eligible for visa-free entry or plan to stay in Indonesia for a longer duration, you will need to apply for an appropriate visa. Here are the main types of Indonesian visas:

Business Visa

The Indonesia business visa is suitable for individuals traveling for business-related activities such as attending meetings, conferences, or exploring potential business opportunities.

Tourist Visa

The Indonesia tourist visa is for individuals visiting for leisure, tourism, or recreational activities.

Dependent Visa

If you are the spouse, child, or family member of someone holding a valid Indonesian visa, you can apply for an Indonesia dependent visa. This visa allows you to accompany the visa holder and stay in Indonesia for the same duration as their visa.

Spouse Visa

The Indonesia spouse visa, also known as the social-cultural visa, is specifically designed for individuals who are married to Indonesian citizens or permanent residents. It allows spouses to join their partners in Indonesia and stay for up to one year, with the possibility of multiple extensions.

Investor Visa

For those looking to make significant investments or start a business, the Indonesia investor visa is the appropriate choice.

Working Visa

The Indonesia working visa is for individuals seeking employment here. It requires a job offer from an Indonesian company and sponsorship from the employer.

Indonesia Visa Policy

Visa Exemption

  • All ASEAN nationals
  •   Timor-Leste

e-VOA / Visa on arrival

  • All ASEAN nationals *
  •  Albania
  •  Andorra
  •  Argentina
  •  Australia
  •  Bahrain
  •  Belarus
  •  Bosnia and Herzegovina
  •  Brazil
  •  Canada
  •  Chile
  •  China
  •  Colombia
  •  Ecuador
  •  Egypt
  •  Guatemala
  •  Hong Kong
  •  Iceland
  •  India
  •  Japan
  •  Jordan
  •  Kazakhstan
  •  Kenya
  •  Kuwait
  •  Liechtenstein
  •  Macau
  •  Maldives
  •  Mexico
  •  Monaco
  •  Morocco
  •  New Zealand
  •  Norway
  •  Oman
  •  Palestine
  •  Panama
  •  Peru
  •  Qatar
  •  Russia
  •  Rwanda
  •  San Marino
  •  Saudi Arabia
  •  Serbia
  •  Seychelles
  •  South Africa
  •  South Korea
  •  Suriname
  •  Switzerland
  •  Taiwan
  •  Timor-Leste *
  •  Tunisia
  •  Turkey
  •  Ukraine
  •  United Arab Emirates
  •  United Kingdom
  •  United States
  •  Uzbekistan
  •   Vatican City

Approval required

  •  Afghanistan
  •  Cameroon
  •  Guinea
  •  Israel
  •  Liberia
  •  Nigeria
  •  North Korea
  •  Somalia

Non-ordinary passports

  •  Afghanistan
  •  Albania
  •  Angola
  •  Argentina
  •  Armenia
  •  Austria
  •  Azerbaijan
  •  Bangladesh
  •  Belarus
  •  Belgium
  •  Bosnia and Herzegovina
  •  Brazil
  •  Brunei
  •  Bulgaria
  •  Cambodia
  •  Czech Republic
  •  Chile
  •  China
  •  Colombia
  •  Costa Rica
  •  Croatia
  •  Ecuador
  •  Egypt
  •  El Salvador
  •  Fiji
  •  France
  •  Georgia
  •  Greece
  •  Guyana
  •  Hungary
  •  India
  •  Iran
  •  Italy
  •  Kazakhstan
  •  Kyrgyzstan
  •  Laos
  •  Lithuania
  •  Luxembourg
  •  Mexico
  •  Moldova
  •  Mongolia
  •  Montenegro
  •  Morocco
  •  Mozambique
  •  Myanmar
  •  Netherlands
  •  North Korea
  •  North Macedonia
  •  Norway
  •  Pakistan
  •  Paraguay
  •  Peru
  •  Philippines
  •  Poland
  •  Portugal
  •  Qatar
  •  Russia
  •  Saint Kitts and Nevis
  •  Serbia
  •  Singapore
  •  Slovakia
  •  Slovenia
  •  South Africa
  •  South Korea
  •  Sri Lanka
  •  Suriname
  •  Switzerland
  •  Thailand
  •  Timor-Leste
  •  Tunisia
  •  Turkey
  •  Ukraine
  •  United Arab Emirates
  •  Uruguay
  •  Venezuela
  •  Vietnam

How to Apply for an Indonesia Visa? .

Determine the type of visa

Identify the appropriate visa category based on your purpose of visit, such as tourist visa, business visa, student visa, or work visa (KITAS).

Gather required documents

Check the specific requirements for your chosen visa category. Generally, you will need a completed visa application form, a valid passport with at least six months of validity, recent passport-sized photographs, proof of travel itinerary or accommodation, financial statements, and any supporting documents relevant to your visa type (e.g., invitation letters, enrollment certificates).

Find the nearest Indonesian embassy or consulate

Locate the Indonesian embassy or consulate in your country or region. Visit their official website to access detailed visa application guidelines, forms, and requirements.

Complete the visa application form

Fill out the visa application form legibly and accurately. Provide all requested information, including personal details, purpose of visit, and travel plans.

Prepare additional documents

Arrange all required documents according to the specified format and order. Make sure to make photocopies of all documents for your records.

Submit the application

Visit the Indonesian embassy or consulate in person or follow the designated application submission process outlined on their website. Submit your completed application form and documents.

Pay the visa fee

Pay the applicable visa fee as determined by the embassy or consulate. Payment methods may vary, so check their guidelines for accepted forms of paymen.

Attend an interview (if required)

Depending on the visa type and embassy/consulate policy, you may be required to attend an interview or provide additional information. Prepare for the interview by familiarizing yourself with your travel plans and being ready to answer questions about your visit.

Track the application

After submitting your application, inquire about the visa processing time and any tracking methods available. Stay updated on the status of your application

Collect the visa

Once your visa is approved, collect it from the embassy or consulate. Double-check the visa details for accuracy and review any conditions or limitations associated with your visa.

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