Permit for Short Term / Long Term Stay for Marriage of Different Citizenship

Limited Stay Permit/Permanent Stay Permit for mixed marriage based on nationality

  1. In the event of the decease of a spouse of Indonesian nationality, the Limited Stay Permit (ITAS) or Permanent Stay Permit (ITAP), granted for mixed marriage based on nationality, remains valid.
  2. The foreigners referred to in point 1, whose deceased spouse is of Indonesian nationality, must have a guarantor of  Indonesian nationality.
  3. In the event of the decease of a foreigner’s parent who is of Indonesian nationality, the children’s ITAS or ITAP remains valid. 
  4. The childern referred to  point 3., whose  deceased parent is of Indonesian nationality, must have a guarantor of Indonesian nationality.
  5. For mixed marriages based on nationality which have lasted for more than 10 years, the ITAP for  foreigners obtained for a legal marriage remains valid, even though the marriage has ended because of divorce or by a court’s decision. 
  6. The foreigners referred to point 5., whose marriage has ended because of divorce or by a court’s decision must have a guarantor of an Indonesian nationality.
  7. For mixed marriages based on nationality which have lasted for less than 10 years, the ITAP for the foreigner obtained for a legal marriage remains valid, even though the marriage has ended because of divorce or by a court’s decision, provided that they have a guarantor.
  8. The guarantor referred to point 7. must be of Indonesian nationality.
  9. The guarantor’s identity referred to point 7. must be submitted to the immigration office which covers the foreigner’s place of residence within 60 days after the issuance date of the divorce certificate.   
  10. In the event that the foreigner has not submitted the guarantor’s identity within the period referred to point 9., their ITAP will be cancelled.