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[October] Summary of the Recent Indonesia Regulations

Posted about 2 months ago by JAC Consulting

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4 October 2022: Immigration Policy to Simplify the Process Through E-Visa Services and Visa Issuance in Indonesia to Support Foreign Investment Increment and International Tourism Visit

The Directorate General of Immigration has issued a new Circular Letter number IMI-0709.GR.01.01 Year 2022, concerning the Immigration Policy to Simplify The Process Through E-Visa Services And Visa Issuance in Indonesia To Support Foreign Investment Increment And International Tourism Visit. It was issued on September 23rd, 2022 and has already taken effect since September 23rd, 2022. Below are the highlighted points of the circular letter as detailed in the attached newsletter:

  1. Foreigners holding Visit Stay Permits, Limited Stay Permits, or Permanent Stay Permits who are in the territory of Indonesia and cannot return to their country or leave the territory of Indonesia may be granted a new Stay Permit by applying for a Visa if their stay permit cannot be extended and / or cannot be transferred in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;

  2. Foreigners holding a Visit Stay Permit are not subject to overstay as long as the non-tax immigration payment in the Visa application is made before the Stay Permit expires;

  3. Foreigners holding Limited Stay Permits or Permanent Stay Permits are not subject to overstay as long as the non-tax immigration payment in the Visa application is made before the period for granting Exit Permit Only/EPO ends.

4 October 2022:

The Implementation of Public Activities Restrictions for Java and Bali (PPKM)

Please kindly find the summary of the latest extension of Public Activity Restriction for Java and Bali. Written below, is a numerous key point from the latest Instructions:

  1. The extension of Public Activity Restriction for Java and Bali will be extended for further 5 weeks, from October 4th to November 7th.

  2. H.A.S. Hanandjoeddin Airport has been delisted as an entry point for international travel.

There are no significant changes from the previous regulations regarding the capacity of workplace/public facilities or time restrictions.

Fill in the form to get the summary of the latest extension regulations. Should you have any questions, please feel free to reach us: indonesia@jac-consulting.co.id

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