New Indonesia Visa Updates 2024: Website, Indexes And More

New Indonesia Visa Updates 2024: Website, Index and More

Effective 9th January, 2024, the Indonesian government implemented a brand new visa system that requires all visa applications to be submitted online. This change introduces new visa codes for different visa sub-types, which will be used by immigration authorities and appear on issued visas. For example, the former B211 A/B visa is now known as the Business Visa, while the B213 visa has become the Visa-on-Arrival.

While transitioning to the new system, foreign nationals and employers should expect delays of approximately five business days in visa adjudication during the first week. This temporary processing lag is understandable as authorities adapt to the updated online platform.


What are the key changes in Indonesian visa regulations?

  • New visa codes: All visa sub-types now have new codes for clear identification and processing.
  • Revised visa types and durations: New types of visas and lengths of stay have been introduced for tourism and business needs.
  • Golden Visa program: A new “Golden Visa” (ITAS) option is available for retirees and investors, offering extended stays of up to 10 years.
  • EVOA updates: Visa-on-Arrival (EVOA) now comes in two categories: Tourist and Business.

Here is a breakdown of the specific changes:

  • Single-Entry visa:

    • Tourist Visa (60-180 days): Transferred from B211A to the new 211A index.
    • Business Single-Entry visa: Now has the index C2.
  • Multiple-Entry visa:

    • Tourist Multiple-Entry visa: Now has the index D1.
    • Business Multiple-Entry visa: Now has the index D2.
  • Retirement Golden Visa (E33E):

    • Available for those aged 60 and above, offering a 5-year stay with the possibility of extension.
    • Requires a deposit of at least USD 50,000 in a government bank.
  • Investment Golden Visa (E28B/C):

    • Available for investors starting companies or purchasing bonds/shares.
    • Investment amounts range from USD 350,000 to USD 5 million, with corresponding stay durations of 5-10 years.
    • Purchasing property worth USD 1 million also qualifies for a 10-year stay.
  • EVOA:

    • Now categorized as Tourist (B1) and Business (B2).
    • Still limited to 97 eligible countries with a 30-day validity period.

Moving forward, all visa applications must be submitted through the official online platform: Remember the temporary processing delays during the initial transition period.

Want to stay informed about the Indonesian Market Entry updates?

Indonesian visa regulations are constantly evolving, and navigating the latest updates can be a complex and time-consuming task. If you’re planning to visit or relocate to Indonesia, seeking expert guidance can make the process significantly smoother and more efficient. That’s where LetsMoveIndonesia steps in.

As a trusted immigration consultancy with extensive experience in Indonesian visas and KITAS applications, LetsMoveIndonesia offers invaluable assistance from the very beginning. Their team of knowledgeable professionals stays abreast of all regulatory changes and visa requirements, ensuring you have the most up-to-date information at your fingertips. Whether you’re applying for a tourist visa, a business visa, or a long-term KITAS, their personalized consultations provide tailored advice and support, helping you navigate the complexities of the process with confidence.

* This update aims to provide clear and concise information about the new Indonesian visa system. Feel free to share it with anyone planning to travel to or invest in Indonesia.

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Natalia is a Visual Communication Design baccalaureate and a writing aficionado based in Jakarta, Indonesia. An impulsive lover of knowledge, especially in art, literature, culture and health, who insists to share of her findings through words. Her comfort nestles around writing poems or short excerpts, but she has also developed experience in writing articles and journals.

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