A Seamless Way to Obtain A Work Permit Indonesia

Consider consulting InCorp Indonesia for a streamlined work permit application process in Indonesia. With over a decade of experience, our team of experts will guide you through the procedure and help you conserve time and effort for your work permit indonesia.
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Understanding the Work Permit Indonesia

To be employed lawfully in Indonesia, you must obtain a work permit and fulfill work permit Indonesia requirements. The application process is complex and may require assistance from an immigration service consultant who is well-versed in Indonesian visa procedures. A work permit is the sole legal document that permits non-Indonesian citizens to obtain income there.

Indonesia Work Permit: RPTKA Approval and KITAS

Foreign workers in Indonesia need a work permit called RPTKA Approval. This approval leads to a limited-stay visa, the basis for obtaining a KITAS permit. KITAS allows foreign workers to stay in Indonesia for a period ranging from one to 12 months, depending on their work visa.

Type of KITAS in Indonesia

Learning about the different visa options is crucial for visiting Indonesia. KITAS is an option that allows for extended stays, but it’s essential to explore the different types to find the most suitable one for your plans.

  • Work KITAS
  • Investor KITAS
  • Spouse KITAS
  • Dependent KITAS
  • Retirement KITAS
  • Student KITAS

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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.

Indonesia KITAS and Work Permit Application with InCorp

  • VISA AGENCY

  • Having a broad knowledge of the local regulations, InCorp’s team of visa agents in Jakarta, Bali, Semarang, Surabaya, and Batam can provide consultations tailored to your needs. In addition to work permits and KITAS, our team can also advise an Investor KITAS. Indonesian Investor KITAS offers significant benefits, including ease of application and a work permit fee waiver.

  • LOCAL SPONSORHIPS

  • KITAS and working permits in Indonesia can only be sponsored by an Indonesian company (a local PT, PT PMA, or representative office). Many applicants find it challenging to fulfill this requirement. Having over a decade of experience, InCorp Indonesia advises you to complete the Indonesian working visa sponsorship.

Having a broad knowledge of the local regulations, InCorp’s team of visa agents in Jakarta, Bali, Semarang, Surabaya, and Batam can provide consultations tailored to your needs. In addition to work permits and KITAS, our team can also advise an Investor KITAS. Indonesian Investor KITAS offers significant benefits, including ease of application and a work permit fee waiver.

KITAS and working permits in Indonesia can only be sponsored by an Indonesian company (a local PT, PT PMA, or representative office). Many applicants find it challenging to fulfill this requirement. Having over a decade of experience, InCorp Indonesia advises you to complete the Indonesian working visa sponsorship.

How to Apply for a Work Permit Indonesia

Applying for a work permit in Indonesia takes a lot of work. There are several steps you need to take.

  • Pre-Application

    • Find a Sponsoring Employer
    • Determine Your Visa Category
    • Plan Your Timeline
  • RPTKA and IMTA

    • RPTKA submission to the Ministry of Manpower by the employers
    • IMTA application by the employer once RPTKA is approved
  • Stay Permit Application

  • After obtaining your approved IMTA, apply for your KITAS, the primary residence permit, at the Indonesian Immigration Office. Submit additional documents, including passport copies, photos, and proof of funds.

  • Find a Sponsoring Employer
  • Determine Your Visa Category
  • Plan Your Timeline
  • RPTKA submission to the Ministry of Manpower by the employers
  • IMTA application by the employer once RPTKA is approved

After obtaining your approved IMTA, apply for your KITAS, the primary residence permit, at the Indonesian Immigration Office. Submit additional documents, including passport copies, photos, and proof of funds.

Required Documents to Apply for a Work Permit in Indonesia

To complete your work permit application in Indonesia, foreign employers and employees must submit the documents below.

CategoryDocuments Required
RPTKA (Employment Plan)
  • Completed RPTKA form
  • Company business license (SIUP)
  • Company tax identification number (NPWP)
  • Company organization structure
  • Curriculum vitae of foreign employee(s)
  • Proof of education and/or relevant experience of foreign employee(s)
  • Job description for the foreign position
  • Salary structure for the foreign position
IMTA (Work Permit)
  • Copy of approved RPTKA
  • Copy of foreigner’s passport biodata page
  • Application form for IMTA
  • Medical certificate from an Indonesian hospital
  • Photocopies of relevant academic certificates and/or licenses
  • Proof of payment of IMTA fee
KITAS (Residence Permit)
  • Copy of approved IMTA
  • Copy of foreigner’s passport biodata page
  • Completed KITAS application form
  • Four recent passport-sized photos
  • Proof of accommodation or sponsorship letter
  • Proof of sufficient financial resources
  • Medical certificate from an Indonesian hospital
Please note that oil, gas, mining, and transportation employees must present a letter of recommendation as proof.

Why Choose InCorp for an Indonesian Working Permit and KITAS Consultation

1
HIGH-QUALITY SERVICES

We consistently deliver high-quality visa advisory by understanding your personal needs.

2
EXPERIENCED VISA AGENT

Having years of experience, InCorp’s visa agents in Indonesia have the skilld to get the job done while meeting your satisfaction.

3
ONE-STOP SOLUTIONS

We never do things half-heartedly. We offer a complete visa agency service, including providing you with the a visa sponsorship in Indonesia.

4
TIME AND COST-SAVING

With our assistance, you do not need to go through a cumbersome visa application process. We will do it for you.

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.

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