Indonesian Work Permit

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If you are planning to work in Indonesia, the knowledgeable staff at Global Visas can guide you through the application process. To start applying for a working visa for Indonesia, just click on the link below for a free assessment. A consultant will call you within 24 hours to discuss your visa options.

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Working in Indonesia

There are strict and complicated immigration requirements for foreign nationals wishing to live and work in Indonesia. Read on to find out about the Indonesia visa requirements.

Employment visa for Indonesia

This visa for Indonesia is for applicants intending to take up paid work in Indonesia. It is a single-entry visa valid for up to 60 days. To obtain a work permit for Indonesia, applicants must supply supporting letters from their company or sponsor, both at home and in Indonesia. This should state the reason for the visit and its proposed duration. Evidence of sufficient funds to cover the proposed stay will also be needed.

Limited stay permit/temporary resident permit

Visitors needing an Indonesian work permit for a longer stay (five weeks is the normal permit period) may be able to obtain a VITAS (Visa Izin Tinggal Terbatas) or temporary resident visa. This can be granted by the Immigration Office in Indonesia for a period of up to 12 months, with the possibility of extension. To find out whether you meet the eligibility requirements, click on the link to take our free assessment.

Business Visa

A business visa for Indonesia is limited to activities such as attending a conference or a seminar. It is not valid for business purposes that involve taking up employment or receiving payment while in Indonesia. The business visa can be issued for a single entry with a stay of up 60 days, or for multiple entries over a maximum period of 12 months.

Journalist’s work visa for Indonesia

Journalists seeking an Indonesia work permit for a press visit or film/video/photo shoot, will require several documents to complete their application. These include application forms for both a general visa and a journalist visa, a curriculum vitae and list of the equipment to be brought into the country. Our free assessment will help you determine how to qualify for this visa.

When it comes to handling visa applications for individuals or businesses, Global Visas is the best in its field. So, if you’re planning to work in Indonesia, start the application process by taking our free assessment now. Find out further information on our Student Visa Indonesia page.