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Visa Information

Visitors to Indonesia must obtain a visa from one of the Indonesian Diplomatic Missions unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Indonesia) All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months, even those with visa free access.

Indonesia Business Visas

These visas are for people visiting Indonesia for normal business activities (including attending a conference or seminar) which do not involve taking up employment or receiving any payments whilst in Indonesia.

Business visas are issued within five to six working days from receipt of application providing all documents are in order. Validity of visa will be three months from the date of issue.

There are two types of Indonesian business visas available:

  • Single Entry Business Visa

Maximum length of stay is 60 days.

Extensions can be applied for and obtained in Indonesia from the Immigration Authorities.

  • Multiple Entry Business Visa

Valid for up to 12 (twelve) months.

Issued upon authorization of the Immigration Office in Indonesia.

It is suggested that the applicant’s counterpart in Indonesia should apply locally on his/her behalf. Based on a written approval from the Immigration Authority, the applicant will then apply for the issuance of visa by submitting the required documents stated below.

All required documents for applying a visa can be seen on  http://www.visabali.com/tourist-visas.php

Visa On Arrival

Nationals of some countries may apply for a visa on arrival for a length of stay of 30 days at designated entry points by paying US$35. Such visa may be extended once for another 30 days. This kind of visa can be applied in the Soekarno-Hatta airport of Jakarta.

ORGANIZED BY:
Universitas Gadjah Mada

Indonesian Soil Research Institute

BPTP Yogyakarta

Ghent University UPN Veteran Yogyakarta Universitas Sebelas Maret
IN COLLABORATION WITH:

This conference resulted from a research collaboration on organic rice and vegetable production between Ghent University, Universitas Gadjah Mada and the Indonesian Soil Research Institute, that was financially supported by the Flemish Interuniversity Council and the Belgian Development Cooperation: