The Ministry of Justice and Human Rights in Bali records 109,801 foreigners as currently living in Bali.
This number is spread across people from almost every corner of the world holding permanent residency (KITAP), temporary residence (KITAS), and visitor visas for Indonesia.
The head of the Ministry of Justice office in Bali, Jamaruli Manihuruk, said most foreigners staying in Bali originate from Russia, the USA, Australia, UK, Germany, Japan, France, Italy, and Holland.
As reported by NusaBali, the 109,801 foreign nationals living in Bali can be broken down by the type of visa they hold as follows:
- KITAS – Temporary Stay Permit 29,070
- ITAP – Permanent Stay Permit 2,246
- Visitor Visa 78,485
All foreigners staying in Bali are issued permits from one of three immigration offices operated by the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights.
The 29,070 foreigners from 133 countries with temporary stay permits (ITAS) broken down by the Bali immigration office handling their paperwork:
- Ngurah Rai Immigration office (Airport) 13,187
- Denpasar Immigration Office in Renon 15,047
- Singaraja Immigration Office in North Bali 836
The breakdown of 2,246 foreigners from 65 countries holding permanent stay permits (ITAP) broken down by the issuing office in Bali:
- Ngurah Rai Immigration office (Airport) 917
- Denpasar Immigration Office in Renon 1,125
- Singaraja Immigration Office in North Bali 204
Meanwhile, the breakdown of the 78,485 foreigners holding visitor visas broken down by issuing office:
- Ngurah Rai Immigration Office (Airport) 52,099
- Denpasar Immigration Office in Renon 25,568
- Singaraja Immigration Office in North Bali 819
The ten leading source countries for visitor visas to Bali are, in descending order, Russia, USA, Australia, UK, France, Germany. Ukraine, The Netherlands, and Canada.