Living And Working Permit in Indonesia
Due to Article 48 paragraph (1) Regulation Number 6 the Year 2011, having a Stay Permit is necessary for every foreigner in the Territory of Indonesia. In general, there is some Living and Working Permit Services that you can get depends on your purpose. Indo-Ned Consultancy offers several residence permit services in Indonesia. In addition, here glance information about Living and Working Permit Services.
Visit Visa is a visa issued for a foreign citizen bearer of a regular passport who wishes to visit Indonesia for a short period of time of which doesn’t involve paid-working activities. Therefore, Visit Visa is not suitable for Work purposes. Generally, foreigners can apply for Visit Visa in the Indonesian Embassy or Consulates, or the guarantor could apply to the Directorate General of Immigration in Jakarta, Indonesia. In general, the visit visa is divided into 4 as follows: Read More
Based on Regulation of Minister of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia Number 26, 2013, a citizen from 61 countries and 1 region are eligible for obtaining Visa on Arrival or in other words VOA. It has been the main visa, most tourists have used in the last decades to enter Indonesia. The VOA can be obtained directly when you are landed at certain airports and seaports in Indonesia regardless of the purpose of your visits (Business, Tourist, Social). Read More
As foreigners who will work or stay longer in Indonesian, obtaining a limited stay visa in Indonesia is a must. A Limited Stay Visa is a visa for long term temporary stay that covers all aspects relevant. Moreover, it not limited to: Investing, Working, Missionary (religious), Study or training, Research, Joint Family, Repatriation, and Retirement. Read More
Permanent Stay Permit (izin tinggal tetap) is a Permit that granted to certain foreigners, to reside and settle in the territory of Indonesia. Permanent residence permits are granted to foreign holders of Limited Stay Visa who have lived in Indonesia for at least five consecutive years from the date the Limited Stay Permit was granted. Read More