This retirement visa type offers an initial stay period of one (1) year and may be extended five (5) times every year thereafter (for a period of 12 months each time) not exceeding a total maximum duration of six (6) years.
The Retirement Visa Indonesia requirements are as follows:
If the your retirement visa Indonesia requirements are not complete, LM Visa Consulting can help to assist in obtaining the required / missing documents. Please contact us directly and we will advise you accordingly.
Some countries having access to the Indonesia retirement visa facility are as follows:
Netherland, Germany, USA, Japan, Australia, France, United Kingdom ,Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Greece, Luxembourg, Canada, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, New Zealand, Spain, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei Darussalam, Thailand, Philippines, Argentina, South Africa, Bahrain, Belgium, Cyprus, Brazil, United Arab Emirates, Hungary, Estonia, Liechtenstein, India, Ireland, Iran, Iceland, South Korea, Kuwait, Maldives, Malta, Egypt, Monaco, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia.
Our quotation to you will include:
The price we quote you will not include:
After we receive the complete set of documents, we will then begin to file the retirement visa Indonesia application to the immigration authorities in Jakarta. It will take about seven (7) working days to obtain the visa approval letter (Telex) from the head office in Jakarta. After visa approval has been granted, the Telex will be delivered immediately by the immigration authority in Jakarta to the Indonesian Embassy overseas in accordance with your preference. We will also email the visa approval letter (Telex copy) to you which you will use in your form submission when collecting the visa in the Indonesian Embassy (KBRI) overseas.
After collecting the retirement visa Indonesia, you must enter the country within three (3) months, otherwise the visa will be rendered obsolete. When you have entered Indonesia, your passport must be surrendered to the local immigration office within thirty (30) days after arrival to process the KITAS card. If there is a delay in submission (in excess of 30 days), then an overstay penalty will be awarded by the immigration authorities in the amount of IDR 300.000,- per-day. During the processing of your KITAS Card, you will be required to come down to the local immigration office for finger-printing, photo-taking and signing of the KITAS card. After the KITAS has been signed, you will receive physical KITAS copy five (5) working days later.
Requirements for visa collection in the Indonesian embassy overseas:
Cultural sensitivities to take note during your appointment at the local immigration office (i.e. KITAS signing / photo-taking sessions):