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  • marcus
    Member
    • Jul 2008
    • 9214

    New Visit Visa Prices

    From https://www.imigrasi.go.id/en/2022/0...tidak-berubah/
    Title : Government Imposes New Tariffs on Immigration Services, VoA and VITAS Unchanged , 17 April 2022

    30 days Visa-on-arrival : Rp500'000 (did not change)

    60 days Visit Visa single entry (except Tourism) : Rp2 million (was US$50)
    60 days Tourism Visit Visa single entry : Rp1.5 million (was US$50)
    180 days Visit Visa single entry : Rp6 million (didn't exist before)

    30 days single entry Visit Visa extension : Rp500'000 (did not change)

    60 days Visit Stay Permit : Rp2 million (didn't exist before)

    180 days Visit Stay Permit for pre-investment : Rp6 million (didn't exist before , not applicable yet)

    1 year Visit Visa multiple entries : Rp3 million (was US$110)
  • marcus
    Member
    • Jul 2008
    • 9214

    #2
    Besides that , the "Second Home" Visa/KITAS/KITAP were created , but not applicable yet :

    Temporary Stay Visa "Second Home" Rp3 million
    Temporary Stay Visa "Second Home" for dependents (husband/wife/children/parents) : Rp2 million

    5 years KITAS "Second Home" : Rp12 million
    5 years KITAP "Second Home" : Rp15 million
    Time Unlimited KITAP "Second Home" : Rp30 million

    5 years KITAS "Second Home" for dependents (husband/wife/children/parents) : Rp3.5 million
    5 years KITAP "Second Home" for dependents (husband/wife/children/parents) : Rp5 million
    Time Unlimited KITAP "Second Home" for dependents (husband/wife/children/parents) : Rp15 million

    5 years Re-Entry Permit "Second Home" : Rp6 million
    5 years Re-Entry Permit "Second Home" for dependents (husband/wife/children/parents) : Rp1.5 million

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    • cmichindo
      Member
      • Nov 2020
      • 6

      #3
      Hi,

      Is the 180 day visit visa available to apply for now? Can it be done onshore?

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      • marcus
        Member
        • Jul 2008
        • 9214

        #4
        Originally posted by cmichindo View Post
        ..Is the 180 day visit visa available to apply for now? Can it be done onshore?

        Reading the information from the Immigration's website (see below) , I understood that all single entry Visit Visas are available now and , for foreigners already in Indonesia , can be obtained without leaving Indonesia .

        Also be informed that :

        - individual sponsor now have to prove having at least Rp100 million in bank(s) (Rp200 million for company sponsorship) - see more details here : https://www.livinginindonesiaforum.o...ing-march-2022 ;

        - Tourist Visit Visa now requires a company sponsorship (hotel or travel agency ?) - see https://visa-online.imigrasi.go.id/


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        From https://www.imigrasi.go.id/en/

        Announcement

        Information Update on Visitor Visa’s Stay Permit

        1. Single-Entry Visitor Visa (Index B211A, B211B, B211C) issued before 16 April 2022 can only be granted a one-time extension of the Stay Permit with a maximum of 60 (sixty) days. The applicant must apply at the immigration office and pay a Stay Permit fee of IDR 2,000,000.
        2. Single-Entry Visitor Visa (Index B211A, B211B, B211C) issued from 16 April 2022 (valid for a stay of 60 or 180 days) cannot be granted a Stay Permit extension.
        3. Visa on Arrival can only be granted a one-time extension of the Stay Permit with a maximum of 30 (thirty) days. The applicant must apply at the immigration office and pay a Stay Permit fee of IDR 500,000.
        4. Foreigners or Sponsors can still apply for a Visitor Visa within the Indonesian Territory (onshore visa) through the Online Visa Approval application.


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        Update : From the information below , item 2. of the Announcement above (cannot be granted a Stay Permit extension) probably refers only to the 180 days Visit Visa (single entry) because the new info below states you can extend it .


        From https://www.imigrasi.go.id/en/2022/0...-keimigrasian/ , 11 May 2022
        Title : Implementation of Permenkumham 29/2021, Immigration Adjusts the Mechanism of Extension and Immigration Stay Permit Rates

        [...the extension of the Visit Stay Permit (ITK) for a maximum of 60 days at a rate of Rp. 2,000,000. There is no increase in rates for the 30-day ITK extension originating from Visa on Arrival, the applicable rate is still Rp. 500,000," said Setyaji...

        The regulation confirms that a Visit Stay Permit (ITK) originating from a One-Time (sigle entry) Visit Visa can be extended for a maximum of 60 days, provided that the entire length of stay – including the extension of the ITK – is not more than 180 days.

        Poster's Note : Before extensions were up to 4 times , 30 days each

        Foreigners born in Indonesia may be granted a First Visit Stay Permit for a period of 60 days.

        “ITK extension originating from VOA can be done based on the domicile of the Foreigner at the time he/she extends. For example, if a foreigner enters Indonesia via Bali and then changes residence to Labuan Bajo, the foreigner can extend the VOA at the local immigration office," he continued.

        Fee rate adjustments also apply to Multiple Entry Visas. Multiple Entry Visa consists of a period of 60 days and 180 days. This type of visa is only intended for four types of activities, namely government, family visits, business, and pre-investment.
        Poster's Note : Looking the Regulation it shows that now one can also extend the usual 60 days stay per entry but only the pre-investment type has the 180 days extension option (as ialso stated in the price list - see post no.2 below)

        Foreigners who still need to carry out activities in Indonesia can also apply for an Onshore Visit Visa through visa-online.imigration.go.id or take a status transfer mechanism at the immigration office of their domicile area, which of course must meet a number of conditions.]​

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        • Steven Mangle
          Member
          • Nov 2021
          • 12

          #5
          Most of Asian countries raised the visa prices lately. I think it is a fair deal , considering how cheap is the food and accommodation in most of the asian countries. Another convenient thing here that most of the visa applications can be done online. I've done my Vietnamese visa application here for example - https://vietnamvisa-au.com/australia.html and received an approval just in couple of days.

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