Limited Stay Visa

 

This type of visa is valid for a limited stay in Indonesia for maximum stay of 2 years period and valid for both working and non-working purposes. The purpose of stay for the applicants of a temporary stay visa may include the following reasons:

  1. Working as World Trade Organization (WTO) expert with stay permit for a maximum period of 2 years (Index 311)
  2. Working as expert in various field with stay permit for a maximum period of 1 year (Index 312)
  3. Foreign Direct Investor with stay permit for a maximum period of 1 year (Index 313)
  4. Foreign Direct Investor with stay permit for a maximum period of 2 years (Index 314)
  5. Participation in training or research with stay permit for a maximum period of 1 year (Index 315)
  6. Undertaking education with stay permit for a maximum period of 2 years (Index 316)
  7. Family reunion with stay permit for a maximum period of 1 year (Index 317)
  8. Repatriation with stay permit for a maximum period of 1 year (Index 318)
  9. Retirement with stay permit for a maximum period of 1 year (Index 319)

Procedure to Organize the Visa

  1. Prior to applying this type of visa, applicant must obtain an authorization from the Head Office of Immigration in jakarta, Indonesia. In order to obtain visa authorization, applicant must have a sponsor in Indonesia either a person, an organization, or a company. The sponsor must present themselves in person at the Head Office of Immigration.
  2. When the authorization is issued, Immigration Office will send a fax or email of the approval to the sponsor and to our embassy in Bratislava, Slovakia.
  3. For further information on the procedure to organize the authorization, the sponsor can refer to the information available in the Immigration official website (www.imigrasi.go.id).
  4. To issue the visa, applicant must submit visa application to our Embassy. A copy of the immigration authorization must be attached in the application and submitted to the Embassy.
  5. For further information on the required documents, applicant can refer to the information below.
  6. The visa fee depends on the type of visa and duration of stay authorized by the Immigration Office.
  7. Please be advised that the Embassy has the right to refuse an application and cancel the authorization if any false and inaccurate information found in the application.

Requirements:

  1. Completed visa application form
  2. Original passport valid at least for 6 months upon the date of arrival in Indonesia
  3. For nationals other than Slovak, please attach a copy of valid Slovakia Stay Permit 
  4. One colored pasport size photograph
  5. Copy of return flight itinerary (or travel plan)
  6. Receipt of payment
  7. Copy of the telex visa approval from the Immigration Office

Limited Stay Permit/Permanent Stay Permit for mixed marriage based on nationality

  1. In the event of the decease of a spouse of Indonesian nationality, the Limited Stay Permit (ITAS) or Permanent Stay Permit (ITAP), granted for mixed marriage based on nationality, remains valid.
  2. The foreigners referred to in point 1., whose deceased spouse is of Indonesian nationality, must have a guarantor of  Indonesian nationality.
  3. In the event of the decease of a foreigner’s parent who is of Indonesian nationality, the children’s ITAS or ITAP remains valid. 
  4. The childern referred to  point 3., whose  deceased parent is of Indonesian nationality, must have a guarantor of Indonesian nationality.
  5. For mixed marriages based on nationality which have lasted for more than 10 years, the ITAP for  foreigners obtained for a legal marriage remains valid, even though the marriage has ended because of divorce or by a court’s decision. 
  6. The foreigners referred to point 5., whose marriage has ended because of divorce or by a court’s decision must have a guarantor of an Indonesian nationality.
  7. For mixed marriages based on nationality which have lasted for less than 10 years, the ITAP for the foreigner obtained for a legal marriage remains valid, even though the marriage has ended because of divorce or by a court’s decision, provided that they have a guarantor.
  8. The guarantor referred to point 7. must be of Indonesian nationality.
  9. The guarantor’s identity referred to point 7. must be submitted to the immigration office which covers the foreigner’s place of residence within 60 days after the issuance date of the divorce certificate.   
  10. In the event that the foreigner has not submitted the guarantor’s identity within the period referred to point 9., their ITAP will be cancelled.

Submitting in person

Applicant or their agen present the complete set of document at the Consular Service Counter at the Embassy of Indonesia in Bratislava. Application must be submitted between Monday to Friday from 09.00 – 12.00, except on public holidays.