Visa Types

Please refer to the following pages for the types of visas that you need for visiting/staying in Indonesia:

Visit Visa – for staying under 30 days for tourism purposes

Study Visa – for studying in UKSW under an exchange program or degree-seeking program

Work Visa – for International Lecturers in UKSW

Should you have questions, please consult with us.


COVID-19 News

The Latest Immigration Regulation now allows Foreigner to Enter Indonesia

On the 15th of September 2021, the Minister of Law and Human Rights, Yasonna H. Laoly, issued the newest immigration policy, The Regulation of Ministry of Law and Human Rights No. 34 2021. This regulation contains Granting Immigration Visas and Residence Permits During the Spread of Covid-19 and National Economic Recovery.

Notes that can be taken from the newest regulation:

  1. The Regulation of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights No. 27, 2021 is not applicable.
  2. The newest regulation will be granting access to foreigners who hold authorized visas or stay permits.
  3. Subjects who can enter Indonesia: foreigners are holding official residence permits, diplomatic residence permits, limited stay permits, permanent residence permits, APEC Business Travel Card (KPP) holders, the crew of transportation means who come along with their transportation means, as well as Traditional Border Crossers.
  4. Subjects mentioned above could enter Indonesia through Specific Immigration Checkpoint (TPI) after following Covid-19 health protocols.
  5. Offshore visa services that were previously temporarily suspended are now reopened. Applications for visa approval are submitted online through the visa online. website based on the type of activity. For work visa applications, apply through the website (application will be made by BKHI UKSW).
  6. Additional documents:
    1. Covid-19 Vaccine Card/Certificate (fully vaccinated)
    2. Statement letter willing to comply with health protocols in Indonesia
    3. Health insurance/travel insurance with COVID-19 coverage.
  7. If foreigners do not possess health insurance, they must write a statement letter willing to pay the cost of treatment if contacted with Covid-19 while staying in Indonesia.
  8. Government can deny foreigners from countries with a high-level spread of Covid-19.

This is the printed Regulation of Ministry of Law and Human Rights No. 34 in 2021 (in Indonesian Language): click HERE.