VISA ON ARRIVAL

 

Purpose:  

 A Visa On Arrival shall be used for the purpose of short visiting Indonesia on a 30-day basis; such visas are non-convertible to any other kind of visa like stay permit and not valid for employment. 

 

The process to apply for the Visa on Arrival (VoA) is:

-         Visitors complete the E/D card and line up at the payment counter.

-         Then line up at VoA counter, based on the payment immigration will put a stamp/sticker VoA

-         Then line up again at regular counter (passport control) for arrival stamp


LIST OF 64 COUNTRIES ENTITLED FOR VISA ON ARRIVAL (VOA) TO ENTER INDONESIA

Facility of Visa on Arrival

As referred to in the Regulation of the Minister for Justice and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia No. M.HH-01.GR.01.06 of 2010 concerning the eight amendment of the regulation on the Visa on Arrival (VoA) facility, the list of nationalities entitled to receive the facility is as follows:

1. Argentine
2. Algeria
3. Australia
4. Austria
5. Bahrain
6.
Belgium
7. Bulgaria
8. Brazil
9. Cambodia
10. Canada
11. Cyprus
12. Czech Republic
13. Denmark
14. Egypt
15. Estonia
16. Finland
17. Fiji
18. France
19. Germany
20. Greece
21. Hungary
22. India
23. Iran
24. Ireland
25. Iceland
26. Italy
27. Japan
28. Kuwait
29. Lao PDR
30. Latvia
31. Libya
32. Lithuania
33. Liechtenstein
34. Luxemburg
35. Maldives
36. Malta
37. Mexico
38. Monaco
39. the Netherlands
40. New Zealand
41. Norway
42. Oman
43. Panama
44. People′s Republic of China
45. Poland
46. Portugal
47. Qatar
48. Romania
49. the Russian Federation
50. Saudi Arabia
51. South Africa
52. South Korea
53. Slovenia
54. Slovakia
55. Spain
56. Suriname
57. Sweden
58. Switzerland
59. Tunisia
60. Taiwan
61. Timor Leste
62. United Arab Emirates
63. United Kingdom
64. United States of America

Fees for VoA facility:

Period of stay of 30 days or less : US$ 25, can be extended once for period of days of 30 days: US$ 25 and can not be converted into another immigration permit status

VoA is valid only for visits of tourism, socio-culture and business natures as well as for government assignments. Employment is not permitted.

Visas on Arrival will be issued at the Immigration Check-Point at the following Ports:

AIRPORTS

1.  Sultan Iskandar Muda in Banda Aceh, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam; 
2.  Polonia in Medan; 
3.  Sultan Syarif Kasim II in Pekan Baru;  
4.  Minangkabau in Padang; 
5.  Hang Nadim in Batam; 
6.  Soekarno-Hatta in Jakarta; 
7.  Halim Perdana Kusuma in Jakarta; 
8.  Juanda in Surabaya;
9.  Adi Sucipto in Jogjakarta;
10. Adi Sumarmo in Surakarta;  
11. Husein Sastranegara in Bandung;
12. Ahmad Yani in Semarang; 
13. Ngurah Rai in Bali;
14. Selaparang in Mataram; 
15. El Tari in Kupang; 
16  Hasanuddin in Makassar; 
17. Sam Ratulangi in Manado; 
18. Sepinggan in Balikpapan;
19. Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II in Palembang;
20.
Supadio in Pontianak

SEAPORTS

1. Bandar Bintan Telani Lagoi in Tanjung Uban, Bintan (Sumatera)
2. Bandar Seri Udana Lobam in Tanjung Uban (Sumatera)
3. Batu Ampar in Batam (Batam Island)
4. Belawan in Belawan (North Sumatera)
5. Benoa in Bali (Island of Bali)
6. Bitung in Bitung (Sulawesi)
7. Jayapura in Jayapura (Irian Jaya)
8. Marina Teluk Senimba (Batam Island)
9. Maumere in Flores (East Nusa Tenggara)
10. Nongsa in Batam (Batam Island)
11. Padang Bai in Bali (Island of Bali)
12. Pare-pare in Pare-pare (South Sulawesi)
13. Sekupang in Batam (Batam Island)
14. Sibolga in Sibolga (North Sumatra)
15. Soekarno-Hatta in Makassar (South Sulawesi)
16. Sri Bintan Pura in Tanjung Pinang (Riau)
17. Tanjung Balai Karimun (Sumatera)
18. Tanjung Mas in Semarang (Central Java)
19. Tanjung Priok in Jakarta (Capital of Indonesia)
20. Teluk Bayur in Padang (West Sumatra)
21. Batam Centre in Batam (Batam Island)
22. Tenau in Kupang (East Nusa Tenggara Province)
23. Yos Sudarso in Dumai (Riau Province, Sumatra)


LIST OF 11 COUNTRIES THAT ARE EXEMPTED FROM VISA

 Presidential Decree No. 16/2008 juncto President Decree No. 18/2008 regulates Short Visit Free Visa Facilities.

a. Valid for the citizens of:

   1. Brunei Darussalam  7. Peru
   2. Chile                            8. Philippines
   3. Hongkong SAR          9. Singapore
   4. Macao                        10. Thailand
   5. Malaysia                    11. Vietnam
   6. Morocco

b. The maximum period permitted to stay is 30 (thirty) days.
c. This Visa neither be extended and nor be converted into other status of immigration permit.
d. This Visa is valid for tourism, social culture visit, business visit and government duties.
e. In case of natural disaster, accident or illness, this permit can be extended by approval of the Minister of Justice and Human Rights.

 

 

 

 

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