Are you planning a business trip to Indonesia? Well, we at Travel Visa Pro can help you in making your travel plans come true by providing you with a business visa to Indonesia. With a big team of dedicated agents across the country, we have what it takes to have your processing complete within a day. Here is how we achieve this:
You will start off by contacting one of our agents who will then take you through an online application process. This stage involves taking a few details before printing out and signing the form. We can also fill in the application and send it to you for printing and signing.
An original US passport is essential in the processing, and if you do not have one, we can get you started on the application right away. The passport in question should be valid and should have at least six months of validity remaining. If this is not the case, we will help you get it renewed. We also offer passport replacement services for lost or damaged passports. All these processes take 24 hours when expedited and thus there will be no delay in your visa processing.
You should have proof of residency in the US which you can present in the form of your state-issued driver’s license, ID or a major utility bill given in recent months. All such records should bear your name and address.
Next, you require an itinerary which should bear your names and have adequate information as to the flights you will use to enter and leave the country.
Finally, you should have a business letter indicating the purpose of the visit. A senior-level employee should address this letter to the Indonesian embassy.
With these documents, our agents should have no problem in getting you a business visa to Indonesia. Reach out to us if you have any questions. Thank you!
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.
The U.S. Department of State is unaware of any HIV/AIDS entry restrictions for visitors or foreign residents in Indonesia. The Indonesian government screens incoming passengers in response to reported outbreaks of pandemic illnesses.