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Government of the Republic of Indonesia has exempted visit visas for Ukrainian for a maximum period of 30 days

Author: 11.04.2017 |
According to the Presidential Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 21 of 2016 on the Visit Visa Exemption, the Government of the Republic of Indonesia has exempted visit visas for Ukrainian citizens holding national passports entering Indonesia for tourism purposes and stay for a maximum period of 30 (thirty) days.

Foreigners exempted from the obligation to have a Visit Visa may enter the Indonesian territory only to conduct activities of:

  • 1.Tourism;
  • 2.Family;
  • 3.Social;
  • 4.Art and Culture;
  • 5.Government duties;
  • 6.Giving lectures or participate in seminars;
  • 7.Participating in international exhibitions;
  • 8.Attend meetings held by headquarters or representative offices in Indonesia; or
  • 9.Continuing the journey to another country.

Foreigners exempted from the obligation to have a Visit Visa must meet the below requirements to enter the territory of the Republic of Indonesia:

  • 1.A valid passport with a minimum validity of 6 (six) months;
  • 2.Holds a return ticket or a ticket to another country; and
  • 3.Not included in the Denied Persons List.

Foreigners exempted from the obligation to have a Visit Visa must enter and exit from the designated Immigration Checkpoints (list enclosed).

According to the Presidential Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 21 of 2016 on The Visit Visa Exemption and the Regulation of the Minister of Justice and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia Number 17 of 2016 on Designated Immigration Checkpoints, Requirements and Purpose of Travel for Foreign Citizens Exempted from the Visit Visa, all foreigners, adults or children, who wish to enter the territory of the Republic of Indonesia must hold a valid passport with a minimum validity of 6 (six) months.

Foreigners may apply for a Visit Visa if they plan to enter once to Indonesia for tourism purposes and plan to stay on the territory of the Republic of Indonesia for a maximum period of 60 (sixty) days.

Photos and text are given by Embassy of Indonesia in Ukraine

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