Certain nationalities need to obtain a visa to visit Indonesia. This depends on the purpose of visit and the length of stay. Some may obtain a visa upon arrival in Indonesia, and some will need to apply for a visa in advance, at the nearest Indonesian Overseas Mission.
Visas can be obtained either by post (please send all the relevant documents including passport by Special Delivery or Registered or recorded post, include a stamped self addressed envelope for the return of passpot/visa) or in person (submission time is between 09.00am-12.00am.
There is no set list of documents which should be provided as the requirements vary from application to application. Depending on the purpose of your visit, please log on to the Embassy's website at www. kbriwina.at.
Within two to four working days, except for the application which need to be referred to the Authorities in Indonesia. Visas can be collected between 1.30pm and 4.00pm Monday to Friday (except Indonesian / Austrian Public Holidays). Allow ample time when applying for a visa by post.
Visas for Indonesia can be issued only at an Indonesian Embassy/Consulate overseas. However, authorisation to stay longer than 60 days or multiple entry visas can be applied for by your local sponsor at the immigration Office in Indonesia. An authorisation/approval letter IS NOT an actual entry visa.
Apply for the required visa at the Embassy with your passport and all the relevant documents. The visa fee, which is payable to the Indonesian Embassy, will depend on the type of visa required. Please refer to the Embassy's web site.
Yes, provided that you sign the application form personally to show that the information given is true and accurate. Giving false or misleading information, or failing to give important relevant information on the form, or to the visa officer, can be a reason for an application to be refused.
You should not experience any problems on entry into Indonesia provided that: You have given the entry clearance officer all information relevant to your visit to Indonesia. You have not, with or without your knowledge, given false information to support your application, and There has been no change to your circumstances, or reasons for going to Indonesia since the visa was issued.
The maximum stay for visitors is normally 60 days, except for the Visa on Arrival which has a maximum stay of 30 days and also certain type of visas given based on approval from the Immigration Authority in Indonesia.
Overstay visitors will be charged a penalty of US$20 per day for under 60 days overstay, whilst the penalty for over 60 days overstay will be a 5 year prison sentence, or a fine of Rp. 25,000,000 (Indonesian Rupiah).
On arrival, an Immigration Officer may ask you to show evidence of your reasonsfor coming to Indonesia. This may include airline tickets, evidence of funds, letters from your sponsor or businesses you are visiting, or school you will be studying at. You should carry in your hand luggage copies of documents that you showed to entry clearance officer.
All visitors, regardless of their nationalities, who wish to travel to Aceh, Irian Jaya (Papua) and Maluku must obtain a Special Permit from the Indonesian Immigration Office before a visa/entry permit can be granted, and upon arrival, a permit from the State Police Department in Jakarta, before entering these areas.