Welcome to Bali Visas from the Most Trusted Agency in Bali – LetsMoveIndonesia

As the leading agency in Bali, with decades of combined visa experience, we really are the experts in ensuring your visa application is dealt with smoothly and efficiently from start to finish.

Bali Visas from the island’s experts

If you need a visa to live, work or travel in Bali, then welcome to LetsMoveIndonesia, the home of all things visa!

With 3 offices across Seminyak, Sanur and Canggu, paired with an expert team with the most cost-effective prices of all national agencies, it’s no wonder why we help more people with their visas than anyone else.

We offer a variety of visas to suit every purpose, so what ever you need, we’ve got you covered! Ethical values and transparent pricing are just some of the reasons we are the leading visa agency in Bali.

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A Three Minute Guide to Bali Visas

Types of visas for Bali

There are a variety of visas to enter Bali, depending on the applicant’s nationality, visit purpose and visit length. Some of the most popular visa types include Visa on Arrival (VOA), Social Visas, Business Visas and Multiple Entry Visas. Additionally, there are also temporary stay permits (KITAS) and permanent stay permits (KITAP). Temporary and permanent visas come in a variety of purposes, such as working, investing, spouse, retirement and dependent. You can apply for an onshore visa (in Indonesia) or an offshore visa (outside of Indonesia), simply by contacting LetsMoveIndonesia. For more information about all Bali visa types, feel free to contact us for a free consultation.

Bali Indonesia visa requirements

Bali visa requirements vary dramatically depending on the type of visa you are applying for. If you are entering Indonesia using a Visa on Arrival, for example, the requirements are far simpler than if you are applying for a Working KITAS. Some requirements may include providing bank account details, others may require proof of international flights, others may require company documentation. Either way, if you need advice about immigration regulations or you want to get your visa approved by Bali’s premiere visa service provide, contact LetsMoveIndonesia and we are happy to provide free advice.

Check out some of our most popular services

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Single Entry Tourist Visa

Planning a long vacation in Bali? Then the Single Entry Tourist Visa is the one for you! 

Price starts from

IDR 3.200.000

5–12 Working days


Visa on Arrival Extension

30 days is never enough to see all of Bali! Get your Visa on Arrival extension here! 

Price starts from

IDR 1.000.000

5-10 Working days


Investor Kitas

Have a business in Indonesia? Then get a 2-year Visa with the Investor KITAS!

Price starts from

IDR 18.000.000

15-25 Working days

Bali visa process

There are multiple Bali visa options and the processes vary depending on the type of visa being applied for. All visa types can be applied for both onshore (within Indonesia) and offshore (outside Indonesia). Visa processes offshore are generally easier and quicker than onshore and we recommend offshore applications wherever possible. Foreign nationals can apply for Bali visas via LetsMoveIndonesia – Bali’s premiere and most famous visa agency.

Bali visas for digital nomads

At this point, despite an enormous amount of speculation from news outlets and Bali government officials, there is still no visa type available for Digital Nomads. Many cite that the Single Entry Visa is possible; however, please note that both the Tourist and Business Single Entry Visas do not allow the foreigner to work within Indonesia. Failure to comply with this rule can result in deportation and fines. Any foreigner that is working in Indonesia must obtain a working visa at this time, it is as simple as that.

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Frequently asked questions

There are various types of visa you can choose based on your visit purpose such as:
– Visa Exemption
– Visa on Arrival (Visa Bebas Kunjungan )
– Single-Entry Visa
– Multiple Entry Visa
– Temporary Residency Permit/ITAS
– Permanent Residency Permit/ITAP
To learn further about the types of Bali Visa, you can click here.

The price for a Bali Visa depends on your purpose for travel and how long you plan to spend in Bali. If you are coming to Bali for a holiday which is less than 60 days, then you may simply use a Visa on Arrival. Please note that not all countries can arrive in Bali using the Visa on Arrival. Check out our article which explains everything you need to know about the Visa on Arrival here.

This depends on your nationality and purpose for travel. If you are working, investing, retiring or planning to spend a long time then yes. If you are coming for a short trip and are eligible to stay using the Visa on Arrival, then you may use the Visa on Arrival. To see all the visa types, check out our Visa Services page here.
The Visa on Arrival is a scheme that allows foreigners to enter Indonesia without any pre-organised visa. Over 80 nationalities are eligible to apply for VoA in Bali. To know if your country is eligible for Visa on Arrival, read here or contact our team for free consultation.

Yes. The Bali Tourist Visa can be extended twice, each time an additional 60 days. The maximum allowance in Indonesia using this visa is 180 days. LetsMoveIndonesia processes more tourist visas and extensions in Bali than anyone else, so contact us if you need assistance with your extension or application.

To enter Bali you must be fully vaccinated against Covid 19 (unless you are exempt for medical purposes) and you must either qualify for the Visa on Arrival or have a valid visa.
If you’re unsure about travel documents or visas you can contact our team for free consultation.

Apply for KITAS and KITAP

The KITAS (temporary stay permit) is a permit that allows foreigners to reside in Indonesia for 3 – 12 months depending on the purpose of the visit. Most typically, foreigners apply for a KITAS with 1-year validity. In most cases, when the KITAS expires, it can be extended. There are several types of KITAS you can apply for according to the purpose of the visit, namely: Dependent KITAS, Working KITAS, Spouse KITAS, Investor and Retirement KITAS.  The KITAP (Permanent stay permit) is a permit that allows foreigners to reside in Indonesia for 5 years. As with the KITAS, there are several different types, according to your purpose. Please note, that to obtain a KITAP, you must have had a KITAS previously. To find out more about KITAS and KITAP options, contact the LetsMoveIndonesia Visa Centre.

Business Visa vs Working Visa

There are vast differences between a working visa application and a business visa application. A business visa is one of the Bali visas used to aid your business visits, such as attending seminars and business meetings. A working visa is sponsored by a local entity to let you work in Indonesia.

There are two types of business visas currently available: the Single Entry Business Visa (This visa has a maximum validity of 180 days and can only be used to enter the country one time) or the Multiple Entry Business Visa, which has a validity of one year.

To find out more about how to get a business onshore visa or a business offshore visa, then feel free to ask the Bali Visa team!

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Bali Visa on Arrival extension

If you enter Bali using a Visa on Arrival, you will have an initial period of 30 days. If you would like to extend your visa by an additional 30 days, this can be done by using LetsMoveIndonesia. To find out everything you need to know about the Visa on Arrival, click here! Please note that for all Visa on Arrival extensions, you will need to visit the local immigration office for a biometric session. Our team will meet you there and guide you through the process.

Bali Visa on Arrival (VOA) Countries list

Presently, 86 nationalities may enter Bali using the Visa on Arrival. Please see the countries listed here:

Albania, Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, China, Columbia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Laos, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Morocco, Myanmar, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Palestine, Peru,  Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Suriname, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, The United Arab Emirates, The United Kingdom, The United States of America, Timor Leste, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vatican, Vietnam. 

Indonesian visa regulations change frequently, stay informed and sign up to the LetsMoveIndonesia mailing list!

Avoiding visa scams

Beware of visa fraud – Get your Bali visa from the Bali Visa Centre, operated and managed by LetsMoveIndonesia.

In recent years the amount of unlicensed visa agencies has increased and now there are hundreds of independent agents offering visa services illegally. Many of these “agents” don’t have offices, licences or the ability to process your visa professionally. Therefore, to avoid scams and illegitimate agents, contact LetsMoveIndonesia for all your Bali visa needs.

LetsMoveIndonesia is Indonesia’s Most Trusted Visa & Legal Agency, headquartered in Jakarta. We have 5 offices across Jakarta and Bali and are the only agency in Bali awarded the title Best Visa & Business Consultancy in Indonesia by the National Awards Foundation for our tireless dedication to promoting ethical values and our dedication to making Indonesia a safer place to travel and do business. 

Trusted Visa Agent in Bali Indonesia

Since 2016 LetsMoveIndonesia has helped tens of thousands of people with their visa, legal and real estate needs. With a team of nearly 50 professional experts stretching across 5 offices – 2 in Jakarta and 3 in Bali, LetsMoveIndonesia is the leading Bali Visa Agency.

As the first Bali visa agent to transparently advertise prices, LetsMoveIndonesia is well known for being the most ethical and transparent agency on the island and is single-handedly responsible for improving expatriate services across the country.

Recently awarded the title Most Trusted Visa & Legal Agency, LetsMoveIndonesia is undoubtedly the most progressive and forward-thinking agency in the country.

Find out more about us here or get a free consultation by simply contacting us using any of the contact details here! WA: +62 812 9260 0590, T: +62 21 300 297 27 (Jakarta) T: +62 361 934 8343 (Seminyak, Kuta) T: +62 361 939 9406 (Canggu, Kuta), T: +62 361 280 789 (Sanur, Denpasar), E-mail: info@letsmoveindonesia.com. 

Frequently asked questions

The process may vary according to the purpose of the applications. You can contact our consultants to know the closest estimated time.

A Visa Sponsorship letter suggests that your visa application obtain a recommendation from a local entity. A sponsor can be a local individual or company depending on the purpose of your visa application. If you wish to make a visa and require a sponsor, LetsMoveIndonesia got you covered. Contact us for more information.

Also known as Kartu Izin Tinggal Terbatas, KITAS refers to a residence permit card for a temporary or limited stay in Indonesia to work, retire and live in Indonesia.

Initially, you can obtain a tourist visa from the Immigration office. However, to cut the hassle and save you time and money, we suggest you apply through LetsMoveIndonesia.

To get a working visa, you must first have a sponsorship letter from a local business you’re working on. To save the hassle, LetsMoveIndonesia can also be your sponsor for many types of visa applications. You can contact us for a free consultation.

To apply for a work permit, you must provide the requirements below:

1. Curriculum Vitae
2. Certificates of degree graduated / Academic background
3. Passport
4. Digital recent photograph
5. Details of the address in Indonesia.
6. Current KITAS/ KITAP
7. Sponsorship Letter, etc.

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