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Business Visa Indonesia: Obtain It in 1 Week

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Business Visa Indonesia: How to Apply?

Both single-entry and multiple-entry business visas enable foreigners to come to Indonesia for business reasons excluding obtaining income within the territory.

On the contrary, a business visa in Indonesia permits its holders to participate at conferences, training, or workshops to broaden one’s knowledge as well as business meetings to negotiate conditions of the potential business deals.
 

Single and Multiple-entry Business Visas

A business visa holder is allowed to stay in Indonesia for up to 60 days.

While a single-entry business visa means that the holder must apply for a new visa after the current one expires, a multiple-entry business visa does not limit the number of stays in the country per year.

Eligible Candidates for a Business Visa

Requirements and conditions for a business visa in Indonesia are quite flexible, and most of the applicants meet the criteria.

However, a list of so-called restricted countries exists and visa applications of their citizens would most probably be rejected. Citizens from Afghanistan, Cameroon, Guinea, Israel, Iraq, Liberia, Nigeria, North Korea and Somali may not be eligible for an Indonesia business visa application.

Requirements for a Business Visa Application in Indonesia

To ensure a seamless Indonesia business visa application, prepare the following documents beforehand:

  • Photo of your passport with minimum validity of 18 months
  • Bank account statement with minimum of USD 1500
  • Plane ticket to Jakarta or other Indonesian cities with stated departure date
  • Other documents depending on your sponsorship company
  • A return ticket showing that you will leave Indonesia within 60 days starting from the arrival date in the country

Furthermore, avoid making the following common mistakes when applying for your Indonesia business visa:

  • Information in the application form does not match with your documents: You must fill in all details of the information required in the application form and attach the compulsory documents. Ensure that all information in the application form matches the documents. For example, information on passport number, date of birth, etc.
  • Applying for a business visa only when you are about to travel: Do not procrastinate your business visa application until it is so close to the travel date. By doing so, you will have enough time to go through the checklist properly, so that you do not miss out on some of the requirements.
  • Providing incorrect sponsor details: The sponsor details are critical for the business visa application as sponsor is one of the determining factors of a successful visa application. Treat the sponsor section on the form seriously and carefully. Fill in complete information and provide valid, relevant sponsorship documents.

Availability of Offshore Visa and Onshore Visa in Indonesia

The COVID-19 crisis has resulted in several changes in regulations, particularly those that are related to immigration in Indonesia. Offshore and onshore visas are now available to foreigners who meet certain criteria.

Indonesia Offshore Visa

This visa is intended for foreigners who are currently abroad. Foreign nationals who want to enter Indonesia should collect their offshore visas in Indonesian embassies overseas. The offshore visa serves as a valid entry permit to Indonesia.

Indonesia Onshore Visa

This visa is intended for foreigners who are currently residing in Indonesia. Indonesia onshore visas should be collected in the local immigration office. The onshore visa serves as an extended stay permit.

As a foreigner’s case may be different from another, you are highly advised to seek consultation with a visa specialist like Cekindo to understand more about the requirements and procedure for both offshore and onshore visas.

Understanding The Different Types of Visa in Indonesia

Besides the business visa, there are several types of visa or stay permit that you can choose according to your needs.

[Infographic] Types of visa in Indonesia - Cekindo

You can discuss the type of visa or stay permit that suits your needs with our consultants by filling out this form.

Business Visa Consultation in Indonesia with Cekindo

Business Visa Sponsorship

Applicants for a business visa in Indonesia are required to present a sponsorship letter from an  Indonesian company. A legally registered company in Indonesia, whether a foreign-owned company (PT PMA), a locally owned company (PT) or a representative office, can be the sponsor.

If you are unable to find your own sponsor for your Indonesia business visa, you can contact us to use our sponsorship service.

Visa Consultation

Cekindo provides business visa consultation services. We ensure that your purpose of securing an Indonesia business visa is aligned with the requirements set by the government. We will also check the completeness of the documents, so that your application runs smoothly.

Why Choose Cekindo?

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Cekindo, as a legally registered entity in Indonesia, can act as your sponsor and provide you with a sponsorship letter.

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Cekindo has a team of visa experts that are ready to provide consultation and guidance regarding business visa as well as other visas and permits.


Apply for a business visa in Indonesia

Fill in the form below to consult with our visa specialists and get detailed information about a business visa in Indonesia.

Also, we will be happy to meet you for a face-to-face consultation in our offices located in Jakarta, Semarang, and Bali.


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