Dependent Visa Indonesia: Grab It, Hassle-Free

Working in foreign countries and bringing your family with you requires much effort. In Indonesia, even when you have already secured a work permit and KITAS, you still need a dependent visa to bring your family in. Get advice from an experienced dependent visa agency such as InCorp, and do not let any hurdles stand between you and your loved ones.
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Dependent Visa Indonesia: When Will You Need One?

A dependent visa or family reunion visa in Indonesia is a document that allows foreigners to bring their family while settling down in the country. Specifically, a dependent visa allows work permit or KITAS holders to bring their spouse and children under 18 years old.

Technically, a dependent visa is sponsored by the same company that sponsored the foreigner’s work permit or KITAS. However, it is still important to note that foreign citizens who hold Indonesian dependent visas cannot work or earn income from Indonesian companies.

Before a foreigners’ family members can apply for an Indonesian dependent visa, they must obtain a limited stay visa (VITAS) to enter the country. Once they have arrived, their VITAS will convert into an Indonesian family visa or dependent visa.

Dependent Visa in Indonesia: Eligibility and Requirements

An Indonesian family reunion visa or dependent visa will stay valid as long as the KITAS that sponsors it is valid. To obtain one for your family members, you have to provide essential documents such as a certificate of marriage, children’s birth certificate, and a copy of passports with a validity of at least 18 months.

It is also important to note that the application process for a dependent visa in Indonesia is fully conducted online and no longer requires you to go to the embassy or consulate-general office. Contact our English-speaking visa agents in Bali, Semarang, or Jakarta for more details regarding Indonesian dependent visa requirements.

Obtain Your Indonesian Dependent Visa with InCorp

As a visa consultant trusted by international businesses for over a decade, InCorp offers a convenient and hassle-free visa application experience for all your traveling needs. Our one-stop visa agency solutions cover dependent visas in Indonesia, business visas, work permits, KITAS, and other immigration needs.

We provide you with extra peace of mind by lifting unnecessary burdens off your shoulders.

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Due to the Indonesian regulations, we are not able to provide visa services to the following nationals: Afghani, Belarusian, Guinean, Israeli, North Korean, Cameroonian, Liberian, Nigerien, Nigerian, Russian, Somalian, Uzbeks.

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Why Choose InCorp for an Indonesia Dependent Visa Application


Say goodbye to dealing with endless bureaucracy. We can do it on your behalf.


Our trusted and reliable visa agents provide the simplest solution for processing your visa in Indonesia.


We are among the few visa consultants in Indonesia that provide professional consultation for countries from all over the world.


We are always catching up with the latest immigration regulations; our visa agents in Bali, Semarang, and Jakarta will process your visas most efficiently.

Pandu Biasramadhan

Senior Consulting Manager at InCorp Indonesia

An expert for more than 10 years, Pandu Biasramadhan, has an extensive background in providing top-quality and comprehensive business solutions for enterprises in Indonesia and managing regional partnership channels across Southeast Asia.

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We do not act as an authorized government or non-government provider for official documents and services, which is issued by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia or its appointed officials.

We do not promote any official government document or services of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia, including but not limited to, business identifiers, health and welfare assistance programs and benefits, unclaimed tax rebate, electronic travel visa and authorization, passports in this website.

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