Conducting activities related to tourism, and visiting friends or family.
Travel to and from Indonesia.
Carry out employment-related activities or attending education, as long as it has been reported to Immigration (using the multiple activity reporting process).
Be financially sufficient during your stay in Indonesia.
Comply with all visa conditions and Indonesia laws .
Report on the compliance of commitments within 90 days after the date of entry.
If you meet the conditions, you will automatically obtain the electronic limited stay permit (e-ITAS) and the Re-Entry Permit upon arrival at the Immigration Checkpoint (you do not need to go to the immigration office to obtain a Limited Stay Permit and Re-Entry Permit).
In addition to the electronic limited stay permit, the limited stay permit also has a physical card available at the immigration office.
Staying in Indonesia over the period of your stay permit, engaging in prohibited activities, not complying with visa conditions, and/or not complying with Indonesian laws may result in you paying fines, being deported, and/or other legal charges.
You are prohibited from selling goods or services.
You are prohibited from receiving rewards, wages, or any similar from individuals or corporations in Indonesia.
Valid Nationality Passport at least 6 (six) months.
Proof of living expenses of at least US$ 2,000 (two thousand United States Dollars) or equivalent.
A recent color photograph.
Proof of guarantee from the guarantor.
Document that prove the foreigner has previously an Indonesian, as follows:
Land Title Certificate.
This visa must be used to enter Indonesia within a maximum of 90 days from the date of issue.
Please note that the validity period of the visa is different from the period of stay, please check your visa for information on the period of stay.