Visa

INFORMATION ON VISIT VISA


Citizens of 169 countries do not require a visa to enter Indonesia up to 30 days for the purpose of among other tourism; family visit; social visit; official government duty; art & culture; attending seminar or exhibition; or transit through Indonesia(note: please see the list of the 169 countries below). This type of free visa facilityis non-extendable and cannot be transferred into any other type of stay permit.

If you plan to stay for more than the period mentioned, you may request for the corresponding visa at the Indonesian Embassy in Buenos Aires whose requirements and types of visa are as follows:

  1. Single-entry visa.This visa is valid fora stay up to 60 days. You may extend this type of visa at the nearest office of Directorate-General of Immigration where you are staying in Indonesia.The period of the extension shall be at the discretion of the aforementioned authorities.
  2. Multiple-entry visa.This visa is valid for a stay up to 60 days on each visitduring 1 year, and not extendable.

The maximum term of stay that can be granted by the Embassy is sixty (60) days.
​Visa processing time is 5 (five) working days. Fees are only payable in US dollars.

Fees:

  1. Single-entry visa: US $ 50.-
  2. Multiple-entry visa: US $ 110.-

Working hours:

Submissiontime: Monday to Friday from 09:30 to 12:30
Collection time: Monday to Friday from 14:30 to 16:30

Applications for a visa can be made by a third party, and the presence of the interested party will not be necessary otherwise required for random interview. However, the documents submitted must be completed and signed by the applicant; otherwise the applications will not be accepted.

There is also Visa-on-Arrivalwhich is valid for 30 days with a fee of US$ 35 only for citizens of 68 countries (note: in the list of countries which are marked with asterisk/*) and is applicable at selected points of entry in Indonesia. This visa is extendable for another 30 days.

For any other type of visa, please consult the Consular Section of the Embassy.

REQUIREMENTS FOR OBTAINING VISA

  1. Passport validity is minimum 6 months from the date of entry to Indonesia, having at least 3 blank sheets
  2. Complete the application form (download form at the end of this page) or request it at the reception of the     Embassy​
  3. Photo 4 x 4 (color)
  4. Photocopy of round trip ticket or the reservation print out
  5. Citizens of Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay will not need to present a photocopy of the DNI
  6. All other foreigners residing in Uruguay, Paraguay and Argentina must submit a photocopy of the documentation proving their permanent residence in the aforementioned countries. In the case of foreigners residing in Argentina, photocopy of ID

LIST OF COUNTRIES

In accordance with the Presidential Decree No. 21 of March 2, 2016, below is the list of 169 countries whose citizensare exempted from having a visa prior to enter the Republic of Indonesia for a stay of not more than 30 days:

​1.         Albania​​
2.         Algeria*
3.         Andorra*
4.         Angola
5.         Antigua & Barbuda
6.         Argentina*
7.         Armenia*
8.         Australia*
9.         Austria*
10.      Azerbaijan
11.      Bahamas
12.      Bahrain*
13.      Bangladesh
14.      Barbados
15.      Belarus*
16.      Belgium*
17.      Belize
18.      Benin
19.      Bhutan
20.      Bolivia
21.      Bosnia & Herzegovina
22.      Botswana
23.      Brazil*
24.      Brunei Darussalam
25.      Bulgaria*
26.      Burkina Faso
27.      Burundi
28.      Cambodia
29.      Canada*
30.      Cape Verde
31.      Chad
32.      Chile
33.      China*
34.      Comoros
35.      Costa Rica
36.      Croatia*
37.      Cuba
38.      Cyprus*
39.      Czech Republic*
40.      Denmark*
41.      Dominica
42.      Dominican Republic
43.      Ecuador
44.      Egypt*
45.      El Salvador
46.      Estonia*
47.      Fiji*
48.      Finland*
49.      France*
50.      Gabon
51.      Gambia
52.      Georgia
53.      Germany*
54.      Ghana
55.      Greece*
56.      Grenada

57.      Guatemala
58.      Guyana
59.      Haiti
60.      Honduras
61.      Hong Kong
62.      Hungary*
63.      Iceland*
64.      India*
65.      Ireland*
66.      Italy*
67.      Ivory Coast
68.      Jamaica
69.      Japan*
​70.      Jordan
71.      Kazakhstan
72.      Kenya
73.      Kiribati
74.      Kuwait*
75.      Kyrgyzstan
76.      Laos
77.      Latvia*
78.      Lebanon
79.      Lesotho
80.      Liechtenstein*
81.      Lithuania*
82.      Luxemburg*
83.      Macao
84.      Macedonia
85.      Madagascar
86.      Malawi
87.      Malaysia
88.      Maldives*
89.      Mali
90.      Malta*
91.      Marshall Islands
92.      Mauritania
93.      Mauritius
94.      Mexico*
95.      Moldova
96.      Monaco*
97.      Mongolia
98.      Morocco
99.      Mozambique
100.   Myanmar
101.   Namibia
102.   Nauru
103.   Nepal
104.   Netherlands*
105.   New Zealand*
106.   Nicaragua
107.   Norway*
108.   Oman*
109.   Palau
110.   Palestine
111.   Panama*
112.   Papua New Guinea*


113.   Paraguay
114.   Peru
115.   Philippines
116.   Poland*
117.   Portugal*
118.   Puerto Rico
119.   Qatar*
120.   Romania*
121.   Russian Federation*
122.   Rwanda
123.   Saint Kitts & Nevis
124.   Saint Lucia
125.   Saint Vincent & Grenadines
126.   Samoa
127.   San Marino
128.   Sao Tome & Principe
129.   Saudi Arabia*
130.   Senegal
131.   Serbia
132.   Seychelles*
133.   Singapore
134.   Slovakia*
135.   Slovenia*
136.   Solomon Islands
137.   South Africa*
138.   South Korea*
139.   Spain*
140.   Sri Lanka
141.   Suriname*
142.   Swaziland
143.   Sweden*
144.   Switzerland*
145.   Taiwan*
146.   Tajikistan
147.   Tanzania
148.   Thailand
149.   Timor-Leste*
150.   Togo
151.   Tonga
152.   Trinidad & Tobago
153.   Tunisia*
154.   Turkey*
155.   Turkmenistan
156.   Tuvalu
157.   Uganda
158.   Ukraine
159.   United Arab Emirates*
160.   United Kingdom*
161.   United States*
162.   Uruguay
163.   Uzbekistan
164.   Vanuatu
165.   Vatican City
166.   Venezuela
167.   Vietna
168.   Zambia
169.   Zimbabwe


Vaccines:
It is recommended that you possess a certificate of Yellow Fever vaccination especially if you have travelled to Africa previously, or to other countries with risk of infection of the disease.Some airlines do require passengers to present a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate, therefore please consult the airlines that you will travel with.

Address and Contact:
Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Buenos Aires
Mariscal Ramón Castilla 2901 - CABA 1425
Tel: 54911 48072211 / 3324
E-mail: consular@indonesianembassy.org.ar

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