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Offshore Visas To Enter Bali Are Now Available Again!!!

Looking to travel to Bali ? Well finally Offshore Visas are now available again!

In an official announcement on 15th September 2021, it was announced that foreigners may now start applying for visas again, which is amazing news for the thousands of people desperate to get back into the country!

Offshore visa applications have been closed since the beginning of July leaving thousands of people stranded, loved ones apart and investors at bay from Indonesian shores.

The list below outlines which visa holders may now enter Indonesia:

(1) Foreigners holding valid and valid Visas or Stay Permits may enter Indonesian Territory through certain Immigration Checkpoints after fulfilling the health protocols set by the ministry or agency that carries out the handling of COVID-19.
(2) A valid Visa or Stay Permit as referred to in paragraph (1) consists of:
a. Service visa;
b. Diplomatic visa;
c. Visit visa;
d. Limited residence visa;
e. Official residence permit;
f. Diplomatic Residence Permit;
g. Limited Stay Permit; and
h. Permanent Residence Permit.

(3) In addition to Foreigners holding Visa or Stay Permits as referred to in paragraph (2), crews of transportation means who come using their transportation means, Foreigners holding Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Business Travel Cards (KPP APEC), and traditional border crossers also can enter the Indonesian Territory.

(4) Visit visas and limited stay visas as referred to in paragraph (1) may be issued electronically after payment of the Visa fee and Visa approval fee for the Director General of Immigration in accordance with the provisions of the laws and regulations in the field of non-tax state revenue applicable to the Ministry of Law and Human rights.
(5) The types of activities of Foreigners as referred to in paragraph (1) shall be determined by the Minister.

Indonesian Offshore Visa – Everything You Should be to Know!

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Travel to Bali in 2021

Many airlines have additional requirements at this time. We have detailed them below. Please print everything out and have it with you when you travel.

>> 8 days quarantine in Jakarta

You are required to do 8 days quarantine in Jakarta. There are a selection of hotels to chose from for your quarantine which you can book through this link.

>> Negative COVID test result

This is needed by airlines and Indonesian immigration. It needs to be a PCR test and has to be done within 3 days of when you will land in Indonesia.

>>  Proof of COVID-19 Vaccine

Needs to be a full dose vaccine. If you cannot take the vaccine we need a letter from your doctor stating the medical reason why you cannot have the vaccine.

>> Download and fill in your details with the E-HAC app

You will need to have downloaded the E-HAC app from Apple or Google and fill in the details of your journey ready to show the QR code to Indonesia immigration in Jakarta.

>> Immigration questions

You may be asked what the purpose is of your visit to Indonesia. Please check with us so you know who your sponsor is etc.

Key Facts about the B211 Visa

The initial visa validity is 60 days.

You can then extend the visa 4 x for 30 days each time, so the maximum visa validity is 180 days (these days include the day you land and leave.)

Each extension needs to be applied for at least 4 business days before your visa validity expires and costs IDR 800k.

If you leave Indonesia before your visa is expired, your visa will be voided and you will have to get a new one if you wish to return to Indonesia.

For the first extension, you will need to go to the immigration office to get fingerprinted and photographed. We have an agent at the office who will meet you and guide you through the process quickly.

After the first extension, all you will need to do is give us your passport and we will manage your future extensions for you.

You cannot work in Indonesia using this visa. If you would like to know more about living and working in Indonesia, do get in touch and we’ll talk you through the options.

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