If you have arrived in Indonesia using the Visa on Arrival, you have a maximum stay of 30 days. If you would like to stay an additional 30 days, you may apply for a VOA extension.
The most popular visa type for foreigners looking to spend a long time travelling in Indonesia. This is a single use visa, so if you leave the country, it will be invalidated.
If you are planning to visit Indonesia for the purposes of business meetings with a maximum validity of 180 days, then the Single Entry Business Visa is your best option.
Whether you are using a Single Entry Tourist or Business Visa, if you would like to extend your initial 60 day visa, you will need an extension.
The most popular visa type for foreigners that travel to and from Indonesia frequently for business purposes. This visa is multiple entry, meaning there is no limit how many times you visit.
If you are married to an Indonesian citizen and are not employed in Indonesia, then the spouse KITAP offers a long term, simple visa solution.
If you have been employed with the same sponsor using a working KITAS for 4 years already, you may convert to a 5-year working KITAP.
If you are an investor in Indonesia and have previously had an Investor KITAS for 4 consecutive years, you may apply for a 5-year Investor Visa.
Retiring in Indonesia may seem like a dream, but the Retirement KITAP allows foreigners to live and retire in Indonesia with a maximum validity of 5 years.
Some nationalities have a more complicated visa process than others due to diplomatic relations with Indonesia and require additional approval prior to visa application.
To officially terminate a KITAS, whether it be for change of employer or exiting Indonesia the immigration license needs to be revoked.
If you have changed sponsors or have left Indonesia without obtaining an Exit Permit Only (EPO), then you will need to submit an ERP whilst outside the country.
The Working Visa (KITAS) is intended for foreigners that live in Indonesia and are employed by an Indonesian business entity.