An official from the Immigration Office has announced that the government did not change the requirements of the visa on arrival program for international travelers.
The Public Relations Sub-coordinator of the Immigration Office, Achmad Nur Saleh, confirmed that the central government decided to leave the requirements for the visa on arrival program unchanged.
The requirements prior to the Covid-19 pandemic are the exact requirements currently implemented for visitors from 23 select countries.
“Following the Government’s Regulation Number 28 Year 2019, the VoA tariff for international travelers is still USD $35 (IDR 500,000),” Achmad said on Sunday (6/3).
He emphasized that this resumed VoA program is only for visitors who enter through the immigration checkpoint at Bali Ngurah Rai Airport. Despite this, visitors can travel to the other parts of Indonesia afterwards and leave the country from any region.
Here are the requirements for applying for a visa on arrival:
- visitor must show passport that has at least 6 months of validity
- round trip airline ticket or another ticket connecting to other countries
- the stay permit granted by immigration is valid for only 30 days, and can be extended for 1 time max
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