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Immigration Office Reopening To Foreigners Already in Bali At Ngurah Rai

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The Ngurah Rai Immigration office in Bali will reopen to foreigners as of June 15th.

Visa on arrivals and all foreign tourists wishing to enter Bali are still prohibited. 

Services reopening for foreign citizens IN BALI include:

  • Transfer of Immigration Status Permits
  • Provision of Limited Stay Permits (ITAS)
  • Provision of Immigration Certificates (SKIM)
  • Registration for Limited Double Citizenship 
  • Immigration Facilities.
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New health protocols for all employees have been put into place in preparation for the reopening. 

Staff will wear masks, gloves and face shields. Tables will be separated by plexiglass and all visitors must wear a mask. Additional measures include operating at 50% capacity and temperature checks before entering. 

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Head of the Bali Ministry of Law and Human Rights Jamaruli Manihuruk explained, “when visitors body temperature is more than 37.5 degrees Celsius, our staff apologize and refuse the petitioner to enter the immigration service room,”

All foreigners must email [email protected] before going to the office. 

According to the Head of the Immigration Division, Rai Eko Budianto, registration via email is to prevent the gathering of large numbers of people.

The Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport

Foreign citizens can send their requests to the email. The officer will then respond to the email with what will be required. 

The officer then inputs the data into the application and determines when the applicant will come in for photos and fingerprints.

Foreigners requiring more information may contact the Ngurah Rai Immigration office on WhatsApp  number 081236956667 or call 03618468395.

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