Indonesia is truly timeless, a place where ancient traditions are fused with modern life as if it were the most natural thing in the world!!! Read the below useful details about Visa requirements to Indonesia from Dubai. Then, if needed don’t think twice to dial Arooha.
The benchmark is your passport and which country it belongs to. This is the predominant fact that decides whether you need “Pre-arrival visa” or “On arrival visa” Indonesia.
Check out if your passport belongs to any of the countries listed below:
If so you are eligible to get On – Arrival visa to Indonesia and Stay up to 90 days (unless otherwise noted)
Visa free short visit for tourists
Based on Presidential Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia No. 43 Tahun 2011/Berdasarkan Peraturan Presiden No. 43 Tahun 2011. Nationals of the following countries do not require a visa to enter Indonesia for a short visit of up to 30 (thirty) days (through all entry points):
Base on the Presidential Decision No. 21/2016, the following 169 countries / special regions citizen do not require a visa to enter Indonesia for the purposes of: Governmental Meeting, Education, Social Cultural, Tourist, Business, Family Visit, up to 30 (thirty) days.
NOTE: The Visa free entry is NOT valid for Journalism Visit.
Countries that need to obtain visa
Any countries not mentioned above need to obtain a visa for Indonesia
Quick Guide to get Indonesia– Visit Visa
There is a mandatory non- refundable visa fee that you need to pay when you are Japan visa. Depending on your Age and Type of visa you want to apply, there might be some exceptions in visa prices. However, the total cost includes the visa application fee and AED 200 Service charge.
with a minimum validity of 6 months from the date of entry into Indonesia with 2 blank pages to affix the visa sticker not older than 10 years.
Recent Passport size white background 2 photographs
One completed visa application form
including UAE residence visa page with at least one month exceeding the validity of the requested visa
proof of booking, including details of onward or return journey.
Evidence that the applicant has sufficient funds to cover the cost of applicant’s intended stay in Indonesia (hard copy of 3 month personal bank statement with in not less than 10.000 AED at closing statement).
recent letter (less than 1 month old) from applicant’s employer. If self employed, a confirmation letter from applicant’s solicitor, or accountant, or Bank Manager. For a student, submit confirmation letter of attendance from school, college or university. All of the above type of letters must certify the applicant’s obligation to return after the visit to Indonesia.
DurationThe processing time for the visas vary from 07 working days up-to 10 working days
Provide the relevant documents and payment
Preliminary checking and advices
Type application and prepare relevant documents
Examine the application thoroughly by the visa consultant
Appointment with Indonesian embassy to submit your documents and bio-metrics
Phase of Visa Application process
Visa- ready notification
Don't let the weather prevent you from visiting this amazing country. Indonesia experiences the affect all four elements, fire, air, water and earth. The country faces earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, torrential downpours and storms. It's nothing to fret about though!
How many days will my visa process take?
Once the application is submitted the process takes anywhere between 5-7 day.
What if visa got delayed due to embassy?
You will receive a receipt which has the embassy number you can call and check if they need any additional documents.
Do children below the age of 18 need to be accompanied by parents?
Yes, children below the age of 18 years need to be accompanied by their parents or elders. With a NOC letter from both parents stating that they have no issues for the travel. Attaching the passport copies to the child’s application
Is the visa fee refunded in case of rejection?
No, the visa fee is non-refundable in case of rejection as granting the visa is purely on the discretion of the embassy.