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*IMPORTANT* Updates on Indonesian Immigration Regulations during Covid-19

Travel Restrictions

The regulation regarding the travel restrictions for foreign nationals into the territory of the Republic of Indonesia has been EXTENDED until further notice.

**The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in The Hague has suspended its visa service until further notice**

  • Travel restrictions are exempted for:
    1. Indonesian citizens
    2. Holders of Diplomatic or Official visa for an official Ministerial Visit or higher
    3. Holders of Diplomatic or Official Residence Permits
    4. Holders of a valid Temporary/Permanent Residence Permit (ITAS & ITAP)
    5. Holders of a valid E-Visa (both Visit Visa and Limited Stay Visa)
    6. Medical personnel and humanitarian aid
    7. Ship- and Airline Crew
    8. Foreigners who will work on vital, national, and/or strategic projects
  • Provisions under point 6, 7 and 8 can apply for an Electronic Visa (E-Visa) after receiving a recommendation letter from the technical ministries / departments involved. The sponsor in Indonesia has to arrange this
  • Bearers of a valid E-Visa have to use their visa within 90 days to enter Indonesia, from the date of issuance, otherwise the visa expires
  • Upon arrival in Indonesia, the passenger exempted from the prohibition shall:
    1. Present a negative PCR test result which the sample has been taken in the departure country within 48 hours prior to the departure time
    2. Fill the electronic Health Alert Card (eHAC)
    3. Retake the PCR test
    4. Waiting for the result of the PCR test at the appointed hotel, or government facility that available only for Indonesian citizen
    5. If the PCR test result is negative, the passenger shall undergo a 5-days quarantine at the appointed hotel, or government facility that available only for Indonesian citizen
    6. On the 5th day of the quarantine, the passenger shall retake a PCR test.
    7. If the PCR test result is negative, the passenger is allowed to travel in Indonesia
    8. If the PCR test results upon the arrival or the 5th day of the quarantine are positive, the passenger will be referred to the hospital
    9. The foreign nationals bear all the expenses for their PCR tests and quarantine.
    10. The government bears all the expenses for the PCR Tests and quarantine for Indonesian citizen staying at the government facility.
  • If your ITAS/ITAP and/or Re-entry Permits expire soon while residing outside Indonesia, your sponsor can extend your permits through the local Immigration Office that issued the permit, or by an online application at: https://izintinggal-online.imigrasi.go.id/