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- Business Visa
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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.
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. Foreigners can cross the Indonesian border and come back and get a stamp for another 60 days.
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. Contact us for an updated list of restricted countries.
Applicants for a business visa in Indonesia are required to present a sponsorship letter from an Indonesian company such as Cekindo.
Cekindo provides services such as visa agency services and can take care of the whole application process.
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