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Visa on Arrival Fee Increased to $35 on July 1, 2104 Together with an Entire Range of Immigration Fees


Bali News: Indonesia, Bali, Visa Fees, Visa on Arrival, VOA, immigration
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(7/5/2014)

On May 30th President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono signed a regulation raising the charges on an entire range of government services, including charges levied at government health facilities, licenses issued to notaries and the charges that can applied by immigration.

Effective on the first of July 2014, official fees charged by immigration for both national and foreigners increased across the board.

As a result of the new regulation, foreign visitors to Bali and Indonesia are now paying US$35 for a 30-day Visa-on-Arrival, an increase from the former charge of US$25.

A sampling of the new charges now applied by immigration, include:

Naturalization

  • Naturalization by personal election Rp. 50 million.
  • Naturalization based on mixed marriage with an Indonesian national Rp. 2.5 million
  • Naturalization of a child from a mixed marriage Rp. 1 million.
  • Naturalization of a foreigner who has provided service to the nation Rp. 2.5 million.
Passport Charges
  • Issuance of a 48-page regular Indonesian passport Rp. 300,000.
  • Issuance of a 48-page E (electronic) passport Rp. 600,000.
  • Issuance of a 24-page regular Indonesian passport Rp. 100,000.
  • Issuance of a 24-page E (electronic) passport Rp. 350,000
VISA Charges to Foreign Nationals
  • Visitor Visa (VOA) for 30-days Issued on arrival $35.
  • Visitor Visa (Visa Kunjungan) $50.
  • Multiple Entry Visitor Visa for One Year $110.
  • Limited Stay Permit (KITAS) valid for Six Months $55.
  • Limited Stay Permit (KITAS) valid for One Year $105.
  • Limited Stay Permit (KITAS) valid for Two Years $180.
  • Limited Stay Visa Valid for 30 Days Issued on Arrival Rp. 700,000.
  • Cost of Telegram to an Indonesian Embassy Confirming Visa Authorization Rp. 100,000.
  • Limited Stay Visitor Visa Issued at an Indonesian Embassy Rp. 450,000.
  • Limited Stay Regular Visa Valid for 6-months Rp.450,000.
  • Limited Stay E (Electronic) Visa Valid for 6-months Rp. 650,000.
  • Limited Stay Regular Visa Valid for 12-months Rp. 800,000.
  • Limited Stay E (Electronic) Visa Valid for 12-months Rp. 1 million.
  • Limited Stay Regular Visa Valid for 2-years Rp. 1.4 million.
  • Limited Stay E (Electronic) Visa Valid for 2 years Rp. 1.6 million.
Permanent Resident Permits
  • Regular Permanent Resident Permit (KITAP) Valid for 5 years Rp. 3.5 million.
  • E (Electronic) Permanent Resident Permit (KITAP) Valid for 5 Year Rp. 3.7 million.
  • Extension of a Regular Permanent Resident Permit (KITAP) for an Unlimited Period Rp. 10 million.
  • Extension of an E (Electronic) Permanent Resident Permit (KITAP) for an Unlimited Period Rp. 10.2 million.
Entry and Reentry Permit
  • 6-month Multiple Reentry Permit Rp. 600,000.
  • 12-month Multiple Reentry Permit Rp. 1 million.
  • 2-year Multiple Reentry Permit Rp. 1.75 million.
Overstay Fines
  • Daily Fine for Foreigners Overstaying Visa for Not More than 60 Days – Rp. 300,000 per day.


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