Tourist visa to INDONESIA

Hello there and welcome to Travel Visa Pro! We handle the processing of tourist visas to Indonesia in record time, owing to our large team of specialists across the country. Here is what you need to know.

If you are a US citizen who is traveling to Indonesia for a period equal to or less than thirty days, you will not require a tourist visa to Indonesia. All you need to do is to be in possession of a valid passport with at least two unused visa pages. You should check with your airline as to whether a transit visa is necessary.

If you plan on spending more than thirty days in Indonesia, then you will require a tourist visa to Indonesia, and this is the point at which we come into play. The first step involves making an online application which you should download, print and sign before submitting it to us. We can also do the filling in and send the form to you for signing.

It is imperative that you not only be in possession of a US passport but that it should have at least six months of validity remaining. If this is not the case, we offer replacement, renewal and new application services at expedited rates.

You should submit two passport photos taken in the last three months and which adhere to the guidelines as per the state department. Proof of residency is mandatory, and there are some ways in which you can present this. You can use your state-issued ID, your driver’s license or a major utility bill.

You must also present us with a travel itinerary in your names, your most recent bank statement with a balance of at least $2,000 and a letter from your workplace or school.

When traveling with a minor, be sure to include a notarized letter of consent by the parents as well as their birth certificate.

We will then take on the processing, and you should receive your visa from a trusted courier service in no time. Thank you!

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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.