Consular and Employment Service Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Belait, Brunei Darussalam

Kuala Belait – The Indonesian Embassy recently conducted Consular and Employment One Day Service in Kuala Belait, Brunei Darussalam starts on 25th until 26th February 2017. The Embassy provided services including self-report, renewal of passports, legalization, certificate, consulting Indonesian workers, and others for Indonesian citizen (WNI) living in the area of Kuala Belait and the surrounding.

Those services started from Saturday, 25th February 2017 at 08.00 a.m until 18.00 p.m o’clock and finished on Sunday 26th February 2017. Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia Nurul Qomar and Deputy Chief of Representation of the Republic of Indonesia Arko Hananto Budiadi join the activity to personally greet and meet the Indonesian citizens.
Consular and Employment service Indonesian Embassy which be used by Indonesian citizen
for giving ease in handling documents, and consulting Indonesian workers

On the Saturday morning, Indonesian citizens in Kuala Belait crowded the venue to renew their passport and self-report. Many (citizens) have worked for quite a long time, but never report their presence in Brunei to Indonesian Embassy. At the same time, Indonesian Embassy also disseminate about the importance of self-report for Indonesian citizen in overseas. The next day, more Indonesian citizen came to consult about employment contract and passport renewal. Indonesian Embassy also took the opportunity to remind the Indonesian citizens, particulary the workers, about their rights and obligations as citizens and migrant workers in accordance with contract and applicable provision. The Embassy encourages the Indonesian citizen to obey the rules in Brunei Darussalam.

In the near future, Indonesian Embassy in BSB will continue to conduct the consular and employment services for other region in Brunei Darussalam to accomodate Indonesian citizens living far away from Bandar Seri Begawan. Indonesian Embassy is fully committed to serve Indonesian citizens in Brunei Darussalam.