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:
- Indonesian citizens
- Holders of Diplomatic or Official visa for an official Ministerial Visit or higher
- Holders of Diplomatic or Official Residence Permits
- Holders of a valid Temporary/Permanent Residence Permit (ITAS & ITAP)
- Holders of a valid E-Visa (both Visit Visa and Limited Stay Visa)
- Medical personnel and humanitarian aid
- Ship- and Airline Crew
- 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
- The sponsor in Indonesia can submit a visa application through the website of the Directorate General of Immigration – Jakarta: https://visa-online.imigrasi.go.id/
- 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:
- Present a negative PCR test result which the sample has been taken in the departure country within 48 hours prior to the departure time
- Fill the electronic Health Alert Card (eHAC)
- Retake the PCR test
- Waiting for the result of the PCR test at the appointed hotel, or government facility that available only for Indonesian citizen
- 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
- On the 5th day of the quarantine, the passenger shall retake a PCR test.
- If the PCR test result is negative, the passenger is allowed to travel in Indonesia
- 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
- The foreign nationals bear all the expenses for their PCR tests and quarantine.
- 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/