The procedures to get legalization and reference letter from the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia are as follows:
You are required to submit these documents:
|1. Supplier/Distributor Agreement letter/Supplier Agreement (any letter that shows the “Special Relationship" between both companies).|
- To be legalized by Embassy and has to be notarized(authentication) by DFAT- Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Australia prior submitting the document to the Embassy
|2. Statement/Request Letter to the Embassy (describes a brief relationship between two companies and lists the range of HS Code/Tariff products involved)|
- This letter mentioning/stating the item/product section list in 4 digits Harmonized Number.
- To be made by the Indonesian Company with a stamp duty (materai)
|3. Company and product profiles, Certificate of Registration of a Company. (the Australian Company)|
|4. The administrative fees of A$175 per agreement with bank cheque or money order, payable to the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia and A$175 for the reference letter.|
Once completed, we will legalize the documents and issue a reference letter for you as a supporting document. Please note that this will take 5 working days from the completion of documents.
Note: For those companies who have the Distribution Agreement/Letter of Appointment stamped previously by the Indonesian Embassy/Consular in Australia, you will only need to do the step no 2, 4 and 5.