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Permanent stay permit (KITAP).

A representative office is an office set up by a company located outside of Indonesia (parent company) to take care of its business in Indonesia. A representative office may act as a supervisor, liaison, coordinator, and also as a representative of the parent company’s interests in Indonesia. However, as representative offices are not allowed to generate any income in Indonesia, all commercial transactions must be handled by the parent company.

Also, note that a representative office is not the same as a branch. Currently, Indonesia does not allow foreign companies to open branch offices in Indonesia.
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Social visa
Social visa
Single entry visa Index B211A. Social visa is the most popular option among extended tourists who like to stay in Indonesia for up to 6 months. Does not allow multiple entry
Standard
Onshore B211A
Rp3.500.000
  • 2 months social visa
  • Ready in 7-10 business days
  • Possibility of 4 extensions
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All-inclusive Package
Onshore B211A
Rp7.100.000
  • 2 months social visa
  • Ready in 3-5 business days
  • 4 extensions included
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Visa Extension
Onshore B211A
Rp950.000
1 month extension
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Business visa
Business visa
Single entry visa Index B211A. Business Visas are issued for travelers who intend to visit Indonesia for maximum stay of 180 days. On business visa you can attend non-profit organization meetings and workshops. This is not a working permit.
Standard
Onshore B211A
Rp6.100.000
  • 2 months social visa
  • Ready in 10 business days
  • Possibility of 4 extensions
Order now
All-inclusive Package
Onshore B211A
Rp9.500.000
  • 2 months social visa
  • Ready in 10 business days
  • 4 extensions included
Order now
Visa Extension
Onshore B211A
Rp950.000
1 month extension
Order now
Documents needed
Documents needed
SUITABLE FOR SOCIAL VISA
If sponsor individual
Scanned color copy of passport
Invitation/Sponsorship letter from the individual sponsor in Indonesia
ID card (KTP) of individual sponsor
Family Registered Card (Kartu Keluarga/KK) of individual sponsor
Birth certificate of individual sponsor
Bank account statement (minimum balance IDR 20,000,000 (twenty million rupiah) or USD 1,500)
SUITABLE FOR BUSINESS VISA
If sponsor a company
Scanned color copy of passport
Invitation/Sponsorship letter from the company in Indonesia Business license
Business domicile (from county office / kelurahan)
Company Registration Certificate (TDP)
ID Card (KTP/KITAS) of the company PIC
Bank account statement (minimum balance IDR 20,000,000 (twenty million rupiah) or USD 1,500) of sponsor company
Steps to get Single Entry Visa
Steps to get Single Entry Visa
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Provide all documentation relevant to the visa and we will verify to ensure a successful application
Preparing your application
Our managers will guide you application process and do all the paperwork for you
You're all set!
Once the visa is authorized we will send an E-Visa to you, which they will need to print. Now you may enter Indonesia using the E-Visa
Already in Indonesia
Once enter Indonesia you can stay up to 60 days with possibility of extension
How do I extend the visa?
You will need to do this at the local immigration office.
I don’t have a sponsor
Don’t worry, we can help provide a sponsor. Simple and smart.
Should I get a Social Visa or should I get a Visa on Arrival (VOA) and extend it?
This really depends on how long you envisage your trip to be. You may only extend your VOA 1 time which means you will have a maximum of 60 days before you will have to fly out the country again. If you plan to spend more than 60 days in Indonesia in one visit, it makes financial sense to obtain a Social Visa.
FAQs
How do I extend the visa?
You will need to do this at the local immigration office.
I don’t have a sponsor
Don’t worry, we can help provide a sponsor. Simple and smart.
Should I get a Social Visa or should I get a Visa on Arrival (VOA) and extend it?
This really depends on how long you envisage your trip to be. You may only extend your VOA 1 time which means you will have a maximum of 60 days before you will have to fly out the country again. If you plan to spend more than 60 days in Indonesia in one visit, it makes financial sense to obtain a Social Visa.
FAQs
How do I extend the visa?
You will need to do this at the local immigration office.
I don’t have a sponsor
Don’t worry, we can help provide a sponsor. Simple and smart.
Should I get a Social Visa or should I get a Visa on Arrival (VOA) and extend it?
This really depends on how long you envisage your trip to be. You may only extend your VOA 1 time which means you will have a maximum of 60 days before you will have to fly out the country again. If you plan to spend more than 60 days in Indonesia in one visit, it makes financial sense to obtain a Social Visa.
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