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Second Home Visa Officially Implemented in Indonesia

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The second Home Visa was officially implemented by The Ministry of Law and Human Rights through the Directorate General of Immigration. The purpose is to provide new facilities for global investors and tourists who wish to stay longer in Indonesia. On this occasion, foreigners migrate to Indonesia for various purposes, such as visiting tourist destinations, developing their businesses, and investing their money in Indonesia.

Minister of Law and Human Rights has officially announced the implementation of the Second Home Visa policy in Indonesia.

“The Second Home Visa only needs one application, which means foreigners may apply once for a visa, limited stay permit and re-entry permit so that when they have been allowed to enter Indonesia, the Second Home Limited Stay Permit (ITAS) will be published and sent to their emails,” said Ministry of Law and Human Rights.

The Second Home Visa is suitable for foreigners who come to Indonesia as:

  • Investors
  • Travelers
  • Elderly or retired tourists

This visa is granted for foreigners to enter and stay in Indonesia for five or 10 years. Holders of the visa can also apply for the same visa for their children, spouse, or parents as dependents. In addition, until a new decision is made, holders of Residence Permits for Elderly International Tourists may still receive services under the previous regulations.

Read more: Indonesia Offers ‘Second Home Visa’ Allowing Foreigners Stay Up To 10 Years

Sponsors or foreign citizens can apply for the visa on the official website of the Directorate General of Immigration at www.imigrasi.go.id. The processing time for a visitor visa is four working days after the applicant completes payment. The fee to applying this visa is Rp3 million per person. Sponsors or applicants can check their visas in the Online Visa Approval application account and through their email.

“The Second Home Visa only needs one application, which means foreigners may apply once for a visa, limited stay permit, and re-entry permit so that when they have been allowed to enter Indonesia, the Second Home Limited Stay Permit (ITAS) will be published and sent to their emails,” said Ministry of Law and Human Rights.

The Second Home Visa is suitable for foreigners who come to Indonesia as:

  • Investors
  • Travelers
  • Elderly or retired tourists

This visa is granted for foreigners to enter and stay in Indonesia for five or 10 years. Holders of the visa can also apply for the same visa for their children, spouse, or parents as dependents. In addition, until a new decision is made, holders of Residence Permits for Elderly International Tourists may still receive services under the previous regulations.

Read more: Indonesia Offers ‘Second Home Visa’ Allowing Foreigners to Stay Up To 10 Years

Sponsors or foreign citizens can apply for the visa on the official website of the Directorate General of Immigration at www.imigrasi.go.id. The processing time for a visitor visa is four working days after the applicant completes payment. The fee to applying this visa is Rp3 million per person. Sponsors or applicants can check their visas in the Online Visa Approval application account and through their email.

Sponsors or foreign citizens can apply for the visa on the official website of the Directorate General of Immigration at www.imigrasi.go.id. The processing time for a visitor visa is four working days after the applicant completes payment. The fee to applying this visa is Rp3 million per person. Sponsors or applicants can check their visas in the Online Visa Approval application account and through their email.

Minister of Law and Human Rights has officially announced the implementation of the Second Home Visa policy in Indonesia.

Applicants are required to provide the following documents:

  1. Copy of a passport that is valid for a minimum of 36 months
  2. Proof of funds in foreigners’ or sponsors’ bank accounts that must be placed in Indonesian government-owned banks of at least Rp2 billion or equivalent
  3. Recent color photograph (4 cm x 6 cm) with a white background
  4. Curriculum vitae

For dependents, the foreigner or sponsor needs to provide the following during an application: 

  • Copy of passport that is valid for a minimum of 36 months
  • Recent color photograph (4 cm x 6 cm) with a white background
  • A valid Second Home Visa or Second Home Temporary Stay Permit of their husband, wife, children, or parents.
  • Evidence of having a family relationship with a holder of a Second Home Visa or Second Home Stay Permit by showing:
  1. Marriage certificate for a spouse who holds a Second Home Visa or Stays Permit, or
  2. Birth certificate or family card stating that the foreigner is the parent or child of the holder of a Second-Home Visa or Stay Permit, translated into Indonesian by a sworn translator, except if the document is already in English.

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