At Travel Visa Pro, we offer you numerous Indonesia visa applications, and they include for tourism, business, scientific work, journalism, official visits, socio-cultural purposes as well as for limited stay. We have agents located across the country who you can reach at any time through our phone contacts, social media sites as well as our website. We also have offices which you can visit when you have queries.
There are some guidelines which prove helpful when embarking on a journey to Indonesia, regardless of the visa you wish to get.
First off, you must have a valid US passport. It should be in your possession, undamaged and with at least six months of validity remaining on it. If you do not meet the above requirements, our agents will take you through our expedited processes regarding new applications, renewals, and replacements. Having at least six months ensures that you do not end up stranded in a foreign country. Some states will refuse you admission if you have less than six months on your passport. As such, it is best to be safe.
Secondly, you must ensure that your passport has at least two unused visa pages. In this way, you can get the necessary stamps as you enter and leave Indonesia. The availability of pages is something that immigration departments look into when admitting you to a country and lack of the same could hinder you from getting accepted.
Lastly, you may not require a visa when heading to Indonesia for tourism for thirty days, but this does not mean that other countries will not ask for the same. As such, check with your airline as to whether you will need a transit visa during connections.
We are not only here to process your Indonesia visa, but we also strive to keep you safe on your trip. Contact us today and let’s get the process started.
You will need a passport with at least two blank pages valid for at least six months beyond the date of your arrival in Indonesia. If your passport does not meet these requirements, you will be denied entry into Indonesia. If you traveling on a limited validity passport, such as an emergency passport, you should obtain a visa prior to arriving in Indonesia.
If you are traveling on a full-validity regular passport for tourism purposes, there are three ways to enter Indonesia:
Visa Exemption: This is a no-fee stamp placed in your passport upon arrival for tourists traveling less than 30 days; no extension allowed and no adjustment to another visa status permitted. You must enter and exit through an immigration checkpoint at major airports and seaports. You also must have a return or onward ticket to another country and have not been previously refused entry or blacklisted.
Visa-on-Arrival: This is a $35 USD visa issued upon arrival valid for up to 30 days for tourism, family visitation, and other purposes. See the Indonesian Immigration’s website for more information. You may extend a Visa-on-Arrival only once for a maximum of 30 days, for another $35 USD. Diplomatic or official passport holders cannot apply for Visa-on-Arrival.
Visa in advance: Travel for non-tourism purposes requires that the appropriate Indonesia visa be obtained before arrival.
Entry requirements are subject to change at the sole discretion of Indonesian immigration authorities. If you overstay your visa, you are subject to a fine of 250,000 Indonesian rupiah (about $20 USD) per day and may be detained and deported. U.S. citizens have been jailed for visa overstays or obtaining the wrong visa class for their purpose of travel.
While you are in Indonesia, always carry your passport, valid visa, and work or resident permit, if applicable. Travelers have been detained for questioning for not having their passports with them.