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You are required to have a Indonesian visa to enter Indonesia, obtained either beforehand or, in limited circumstances, on arrival.
You will need a passport valid for at least six months following the date of your arrival to Indonesia. The U.S. Embassy cannot obtain entry permission for U.S. citizens with expiring passports. If you arrive and your passport has less than six month’s validity, Indonesian authorities will require you to depart Indonesia immediately to obtain a new U.S. passport elsewhere; you will not be allowed to renew your passport here and follow-up later with Indonesian authorities. Also, if your passport does not have the required six month’s validity remaining on your passport, you may be denied boarding at your point of origin or at a transit point on route.
INDONESIA TOURIST VISA
An Indonesia tourist visa has a maximum validity of upto 3 months, but permits a stay of no longer than 60 days within this 3 month timeframe. Although longer stays are also possible. This tourist visa (also known as the ‘visitor visa’ or ‘visit visa’) allows the holder entry to Indonesia, but strictly forbids them from engaging in any work while they are in Indonesia. Indonesian tourist visa holders are also not allowed to extend their stay beyond the limits of the visa.
Indonesia also offers a transit visa (which is also known as the short visit tourists visa issued on arrival). Essentially this permits applicants to transfer through Indonesia for a period of up to 7 days while they are On route to another destination. Again, this visa class is strictly for travel purposes only, and holders cannot engage in any work or extend their stay while on this visa.
INDONESIA BUSINESS VISA
The Indonesia business visa is designed to allow business travellers to come to Indonesia in order to pursue business activities, such as attending meetings and conferences. However, it excludes holders from seeking employment in Indonesia.
An Indonesian business visa has a maximum length of stay of 60 days, although extensions can be obtained from the immigration authorities in Indonesia.