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Expat Visa


Visa is unarguably one of the most essential things to settle prior to your arrival in Indonesia, but the hassle of processing all documents and papers to acquire it can be tiresome and frustrating. Our team at Asia Expat Guides is well-versed with Indonesia visa requirements, so you can just sit back and relax. We will lead the way, and you will never get lost nor penalized…


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Expats love Indonesia’s tropical weather and warm people. This exotic country much to offer with more than 17,000 islands and its rich natural resources. However, if you are planning to move to Indonesia, your patience will be tested as the process and rules in obtaining visa changes from time to time. This issue is no secret – that is why we at Asia Expat Guides will help ease the burden of processing your expat visa.

Visa processing in Indonesia is complex and not everyone is familiar with the process. Also, the language barrier adds to the complications and oftentimesleave foreigners disappointed and frustrated. At Asia Expat Guides, we can make your life easier. Forget about hassles of visa processing; we are a team of efficient professionals that are familiar with Indonesia visa requirements and will definitely ensure that your administration process will be a smooth one. These are the different types of visas that you may have to apply for:

  • Business Visa / Visit Visa – Expats planning to start a business venture in Indonesia need to apply for a visit visa.
  • Limited Stay Visa – Limited stay visa gives expats the chance to stay in Indonesia for two years. This is the usual visa expats have to obtain to visit family or friends.
  • Residence Visa: VITAS and KITAS – Vitas is considered as a semi-resident visa and valid only for a year while KITAS is a residency permit which is valid up to five years.
  • KITAP – This is a permanent residency visa. Expats can apply for a KITAP once they have stayed in the country for three consecutive years. However, those who are married to an Indonesian have the chance to apply for KITAP after two years.

There are several kinds of visas and work permits for expats looking to stay or work in Indonesia. Our team at Asia Expat Guides can point out the relevant visas that you and your family requireso that your transition will be a smooth one. Worry no more and let us handle your administrative processes!

Get in touch with us for FREE consultation about expat visa. Email us to admin@asiaexpatguides.com or contact us here.


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