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[December] Summary of the Recent Indonesia Regulations

30 December 2022: Second Home Visa and Limited Stay Permit

The Directorate General of Immigration has released a circular letter Number IMI-0820.GR.01.01 Year 2022 dated December 20th, 2022, concerning Second Home Visa and Limited Stay Permit application. This new circular letter is taking effect starting from December 21st, 2022, revoking the previous circular letter Number IMI-0740.GR.01.01 Year 2022 dated October 25th, 2022.

Second Home Visa and Stay Permit is a non-work visa granted to foreigners and their families who want to live permanently in Indonesia for 5- or 10-years’ time.

The main difference is that those holders of Elderly Foreign Tourist Stay Permits can still be carried out based on previous regulations until the issuance of further instruction.

7 December 2022: The Implementation of Public Activities Restrictions for Java and Balik (PPKM)

The Home Affairs Ministry has issued Ministerial Instructions Number 50 for the Year 2022, dated December 5th, 2022, concerning the Implementation of Public Activities Restrictions (Pemberlakuan Pembatasan Kegiatan Masyarakat - PPKM) in Java and Bali areas during the COVID-19 Pandemic on each Level. Written below, is a key point from the latest Instructions:

  • The extension of Public Activity Restriction for Java and Bali will be extended for further 5 weeks, from December 6th to January 9th, 2023.

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

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