Permit for Visit

GENERAL

  1. Permit for Visit given to:
    1. Foreigners who enter territory of Indonesia with a visa for visitor; or
    2. Newborn child in Indonesia and at the time of birth the father and / or mother holders permit for visit. The permit for visit given accordance with the permit for stay of the father and/or mother.
    3. Foreigners from countries that liberated from the requirement to hold a Visa in accordance with the provisions of laws and regulations;
    4. Foreigners who served as the crew of Transport equipment are anchored or in territory of Indonesia accordance with laws and regulations;
    5. Foreigners who enter territory of Indonesia in emergency; and
    6. Foreigners who enter territory of Indonesia with a visa for visit upon arrival.
  2. Permit for Visit expired because of holder of permit for visit:
    1. Return to their home country;
    2. License has expired;
    3. The permit switched to permit for short term stay;
    4. The permit canceled by the Minister or immigration officers designated ;
    5. Subject to deportation; or
    6. Died.

REQUIREMENTS

  1. New Request:
    1. Request permit for visit for foreigners entering territory of Indonesia with Visa, attach:
      1. Letter of guarantee from the Guarantor at the time of applying for Visa; and
      2. A valid passport.
    2. Request permit for visit for children born in Indonesia Region from parents that holders permit for visit filed the application form and attach the following requirements:
      1. Passport nationality from children in Indonesia country representative;
      2. Child's birth certificate from the hospital or birth certificate from the competent authority;
      3. Photocopy of passport nationality of parents; and
      4. Photocopy of parent's permit for visit.
  2. Request renewal
    1. General Requirements, attach:
      1. Application forms.
      2. Mail order and guarantee of the Guarantor.
      3. Original and copies of passport nationality contained of valid license and visit evidence.
      4. Second until fifth request renewal attach evidence of foreigner registration from Head Office of Immigration or the Immigration Officer is appointed.
      5. Not included in the list of cease-desist.
      6. Pay the Immigration Bea accordance to the provisions.
    2. Special Requirements, attach: Evidence of assurance in the form of return-ticket to go home or move on to another country.
  3. Permit for visit to foreigners who visit into Indonesian territory with a visa issued by immigration officers at the Immigration Check Point;
  4. Request permit for visit for children born in Indonesia Region from parents that holders permit for visit to the Head of Immigration Office or Immigration Officer designated at the Immigration Office whose jurisdiction covers the residence is concerned;
  5. Renewal permit for visit given by the Head of Immigration Office whose jurisdiction covers the residence of strangers;
  6. Renewal permit for visit given maximum 5 (five) times in a row with each time renewal for a period of 30 (thirty) days;
  7. The first and the second renewal permit for visit conducted by the Head of Immigration Office;
  8. The third and the fourth renewal permit for visit conducted by the Head of Immigration Office after obtaining the approval of the Head Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights;
  9. The fifth renewal permit for visit conducted by the Head of Immigration Office after obtaining the approval of the Director General of Immigration;

PROCEDURE

  1. Procedure on the Visitor Permit issuance which becomes the authority of Chief of Immigration Office are as follows:

a.    Officer at the service counter checks the requirements, scans the required documents and issues the application receipt to the applicant who meet the formal requirements.

b.    If the application fulfils the requirements, it will be submitted to the Chief Immigration Office or the designated Immigration Officer for approval.

c.     If the Chief of Immigration Office doubts the validity of the required documents, he/she will give order to the Head of Division/Head of Section/ Head of Subsection in accordance with their respective duties to conduct examination and submit the result to the Chief of Immigration Office.

d.    If the application has been approved, the file is forwarded to the Revenue Treasurer, for the applicant to make payment based on the prevailing immigration regulations.

e.    After the payment of immigration fee was made, as referred to in letter d, the next steps would be performed in sequence:

1.    Taking the applicant’s fingerprint and photograph;

2.    Registration and permit printing;

3.    Signing/authorization of the permit by the Chief Immigration Office or the designated Immigration Officer.

f.      In the event that all of the requirements have been fulfilled and the fee has been paid based on the prevailing laws and regulations, the Chief of Immigration Office or the designated Immigration Officer issues the Visitor Permit in a maximum of 4 (four) working days.

g.    The approved Visitor Permit is forwarded to the officer at the service counter.

  1. Procedure on the Visitor Permit issuance which must obtain approval from Head of Immigration Regional Division/Director General of Immigration are as follows:

a.   Officer at the service counter registers application and issues the Receipt of Application to the applicant who meet the formal requirements, and at the same time checks the list of Exit Ban and Entry Ban, record/note of applicant’s file, and database.

b.      If the application fulfils the requirements, it will be submitted to the Chief Immigration Office or the designated Immigration Officer for issuance of letter of recommendation to the Head of Immigration Regional Division, cc Director General of Immigration.

c.     If under the examination of the Chief of Immigration Office there is indication that the application needs further inspection, or further research, the Head of Immigration Office gives order to the Head of Division/Head of Section/ Head of Subsection in accordance with their respective duties to conduct examination and submit the result to the Chief of Immigration Office.

d.   The application for visitor permit is submitted to the Head of Immigration Regional Division/Director General of Immigration for obtaining Decision and Implementation of Order.

e.   In the event that the Implementation of Order of the Head of Immigration Regional Division has been accepted, the Chief of Immigration Office approves the issuance of the Visitor Permit and the file is forwarded to the Revenue Treasurer, for the applicant to make payment based on the prevailing immigration regulations.

f.      After the payment of immigration fee was made, as referred to in letter e, the next steps would be performed in sequence:

1.    Taking the applicant’s fingerprint and photograph;

2.    Registration, permit printing and affixing photograph;

3.    Signing/authorization of the permit by the Chief Immigration Office or the designated Immigration Officer.

g.    In the event that all of the requirements have been fulfilled and the fee has been paid based on the prevailing laws and regulations, the Chief of Immigration Office or the designated Immigration Officer issues the Visitor Permit in a maximum of 4 (four) working days.

h.    The approved Visitor Permit is forwarded to the officer at the service counter.

TERMS

  1. Visitor Permit for the holder of single and multiple entry visitor Visa is granted for a maximum of 60 (sixty) days since the date of the Entry Stamp;
  2. Visitor Permit for the holder of single and multiple entry visitor Visa as referred to in point 1 may be extended for a maximum of 4 (four) times and the length of each extension is maximum 30 (thirty) days;
  3. Visitor Permit for the holder of multiple-entry visitor Visa cannot be extended;
  4. Visitor Permit for the holder of Visa on Arrival is granted for a maximum of 30 (thirty) days since the date of the Entry Stamp;
  5. Visitor Permit for the holder of Visa on Arrival as referred to in point 4 may be extended 1 (one) time for a maximum of 30 (thirty) days;
  6. Visitor Permit for Foreign National of visa-free country is granted for a maximum of 30 (thirty) days since the date of the Entry Stamp;
  7. Visitor Permit for Foreign National of visa-free country as referred to in point 6 cannot be extended, except in an emergency.
  8. Visitor Permit for foreign national who work as crew of conveyance arriving or existing in Indonesian Territory is granted for a maximum of 30 (thirty) days since the date of the Entry Stamp and cannot be extended;
  9. Visitor Permit for a child newly born in Indonesian Territory, to a father and/or mother holding a Visitor Permit at the moment of the child’s birth, is granted to the child for a period in accordance with the parent’s Visitor Permit;
  10. Visitor Permit for foreign national entering Indonesian Territory in an emergency situation is granted for a maximum of 30 (thirty) days since the date of the Entry Stamp.