Service Visa

The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Berlin as well as the Consulates General of the Republic of Indonesia in Hamburg and in Frankfurt/M provides Visa Services to nationals of the Federal Republic of Germany and to nationals of other foreign countries legally residing in the Federal Republic of Germany.

 

Persons who intend to enter the territory of the Republic of Indonesia are requested to consult the information below with respect to the modalities of the visa application as well as exemption facilities.

 

Period of validity of a visa

 

1)    A visa must be used within a period of 90 (ninety) days from the date of issuance.

2)    If a visa is not used within the period as referred to in point (1) above, its validity is forfeited.

3)   If the visa is rendered invalid due to non-usage within a prescribed period of time as above, a new application must be submitted.

 

Denial of visa application

 

The applicant will be denied issuance of a visa if

 

1)    His/her name is listed in the black list;

2)    He/she is not in the possession of a legal and valid travel document;

3)    He/she is not in the possession of sufficient financial means to support his /her or of their families’ stay in Indonesia;

4)    He/she is not in the possession of a return ticket or of a ticket to continue to another country;

5)    He/she is not in the possession of a re-entry permit to the country of origin or of a visa for another country;

6)    He/she is suffering from a contagious disease, mental disorder or other illnesses which may endanger the public health and order;

7)    He/she is involved in a transnational crime endangering the integrity of the Republic of Indonesia and/or

8)    Is involved in prostitution, human trafficking and smuggling network or practice

 

Jurisdictional area

 

Applicants are requested to process their applications at the Indonesian missions in accordance to their location of residence as indicated below.

 

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Types of Visas

 

1.    Diplomatic Visa

2.    Service Visa

3.    Short Visit Visa

4.    Limited Stay Visa

 

Description

 

1)    Diplomatic Visa

 

A diplomatic visa is issued to a foreign national holding a diplomatic passport or a foreign national holding other types of passport who intends to enter the territory of the Republic of Indonesia on a diplomatic mission. The issuance of a diplomatic visa falls under the jurisdiction of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the implementation thereof is conducted by authorized officials of the relevant Indonesian diplomatic and consular missions.

 

2)    Service Visa

 

A service visa is issued to a foreign national holding a service passport and to foreign nationals holding other types of passport who intends to enter the territory of the Republic of Indonesia for non-diplomatic official assignment for his/her government or for international organizations. The issuance of a service passport falls under the jurisdiction of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the implementation thereof is conducted by authorized officials of the relevant Indonesian diplomatic and consular missions.

 

3)    Short Visit Visa

 

A Short Visit Visa is issued to foreign nationals who intend to travel to Indonesia for:

 

a.    Government assignment;

b.    Education;

c.    Socio-cultural purpose;

d.    Tourism;

e.    Business;

f.     Family reunion;

g.    Visits or transit to continue traveling to other countries


The maximum stay permitted by Short Visit Visa is 60 days

Short Visit Visa can be extended maximum 4 Times, and each time 30 days

 

A foreign national can be exempted from visa obligation if one of the following criteria is met:

 

1)   National of a country listed in the exemption list as stipulated in the Regulation of the President based on the principle of reciprocity and benefit principle;

2)   National of a foreign country in possession of a stay permit with re-entry validity;

3)   Captain of a vessel, pilot or crew member on assignment on means of transportation;

4)   Captain of a vessel, crew member of a ship or foreign expert traveling in a vessel or floating device who travels directly by his means of transportation to operate in Indonesian waters, territorial seas, continental shelf and/or the Exclusive Economic Zone of Indonesia.

 

A Short Visit Visa as referred to above is issued for a single entry. In addition, a Short Visit Visa may also be issued for multiple entries to foreign nationals who intend to visit Indonesia for the following purposes:

 

a.   Government duty;

b.   Business;

c.   Family reunion.

 

A multiple entry visa will be issued upon approval by the Directorate General for Immigration in Jakarta.

 

 

Application for a Short Visit Visa

 

The applicant for a Short Visit Visa must fill in completely the relevant application form and submit to the immigration officer at the relevant Indonesian diplomatic or consular mission. Please note that uncompleted application form may be excluded from further processing.

 

The following items must be submitted together with the application form:

 

1)   Legal and valid passport with at least six months validity;

2)   Letter of guarantee by a guarantor/sponsor. Visits for the purpose of tourism are exempted.

For Business/ study/ training :

Supporting letters, each from the applicant’s firm or university in Germany and sponsor/counterpart in Indonesia.

For Conference :

A letter/invitation from the conference host.

For Visiting relatives/friends/social organizations:

A letter of invitation from the applicant’s family/ relatives/ friends/ social organizations in Indonesia, and copy of their passport (main details only) or ID (KTP).

3)   Financial proof for self-sustenance during the stay of the applicant and his family if accompanied;

4)   Return ticket or a seasonal ticket which enables traveling to another country. Crew members traveling to join the ship to travel further to another country are exempted.

5)   Passport size photo (3x4) in color

6)   For Foreign Nationals àStay Permit for Germany (Aufenthaltserlaubnis)

 

 

            Visa free short visit

 

            In virtue of Presidential Regulation No. 43 of the year 2011 concerning the       exemption from Short Visit Visa, the nationals of the following countries listed      below are exempted from Short Visit Visa obligation for up to 30 days:

 

1.           Thailand

2.           Malaysia

3.           Singapore

4.           Brunei Darussalam

5.           The Philippines

6.           Special Administrative District of Hong Kong

7.           Special Administrative District of Macao

8.           Chile

9.           Morocco

10.         Peru

11.         Vietnam

12.         Ecuador

13.         Cambodia

14.         Myanmar

 

 

In virtue of Presidential Regulation No. 69 of the year 2015 concerning the exemption from Short Visit Visa, the nationals of the following countries listed below are exempted from Short visit Visa obligation for up to 30 days:

 

No.

Country

No.

Country

No.

Country

1

Albania

57

Grenada

113

Paraguay

2

Algeria

58

Guatemala

114

Peru

3

Andorra

59

Guyana

115

Philippines

4

Angola

60

Haiti

116

Poland

5

Antigua and Barbuda

61

Honduras

117

Portugal

6

Argentina

62

Hong Kong SAR

118

Puerto Rico

7

Armenia

63

Hungary

119

Qatar

8

Australia

64

Iceland

120

Romania

9

Austria

65

India

121

Russia

10

Azerbaijan

66

Ireland

122

Rwanda

11

Bahamas

67

Italy

123

Samoa

12

Bahrain

68

Jamaica

124

San Marino

13

Bangladesh

69

Japan

125

Sao Tome and Principe

14

Barbados

70

Jordan

126

Saudi Arabia

15

Belarus

71

Kazakhstan

127

Senegal

16

Belgium

72

Kenya

128

Serbia

17

Belize

73

Kiribati

129

Seychelles

18

Benin

74

Kuwait

130

Singapore

19

Bhutan

75

Kyrgyzstan

131

Slovakia

20

Bolivia

76

Laos

132

Slovenia

21

Bosnia and Herzegovina

77

Latvia

133

Solomon Island

22

Botswana

78

Lebanon

134

South Africa

23

Brazil

79

Lesotho

135

South Korea

24

Brunei

80

Liechtenstein

136

Spain

25

Bulgaria

81

Lithuania

137

Sri Lanka

26

Burkina Faso

82

Luxembourg

138

St Kitts and Nevis

27

Burundi

83

Macau SAR

139

St Lucia

28

Cambodia

84

Macedonia

140

St Vincent & Grenadines

29

Canada

85

Madagascar

141

Suriname

30

Cape Verde

86

Malawi

142

Swaziland

31

Chad

87

Malaysia

143

Sweden

32

Chile

88

Maldives

144

Switzerland

33

China

89

Mali

145

Taiwan

34

Commonwealth of Dominica

90

Malta

146

Tajikistan

35

Comoros

91

Marshall Islands

147

Tanzania

36

Costa Rica

92

Mauritania

148

Thailand

37

Cote D’Ivoire

93

Mauritius

149

Timor-Leste

38

Croatia

94

Mexico

150

Togo

39

Cuba

95

Moldova

151

Tonga

40

Cyprus

96

Monaco

152

Trinidad & Tobago

41

Czech Republic

97

Mongolia

153

Tunisia

42

Denmark

98

Morocco

154

Turkey

43

Dominican Republic

99

Mozambique

155

Turkmenistan

44

Ecuador

100

Myanmar

156

Tuvalu

45

Egypt

101

Namibia

157

Uganda

46

El Salvador

102

Nauru

158

Ukraine

47

Estonia

103

Nepal

159

United Arab Emirates

48

Fiji

104

Netherlands

160

United Kingdom

49

Finland

105

New Zealand

161

Uruguay

50

France

106

Nicaragua

162

USA

51

Gabon

107

Norway

163

Uzbekistan

52

Gambia

108

Oman

164

Vanuatu

53

Georgia

109

Palau

165

Vatican City

54

Germany

110

Palestine

166

Venezuela

55

Ghana

111

Panama

167

Vietnam

56

Greece

112

Papua New Guinea

168

Zambia

 

 

 

 

169

Zimbabwe

 

       Entering and Exiting Indonesia on a free visa

 

       AIRPORTS you can arrive AND depart from (29 in total):

1.           Adi Soemarmo, Surakarta;

2.           Adi Sucipto, Yogyakarta;

3.           Ahmad Yani, Semarang;

4.           Bandara Internasional Lombok, Mataram;

5.           Belitung, Tanjung Pandan;

6.           Binaka, Sibolga;

7.           El Tari, Kupang;

8.           Frans Kaisiepo, Biak;

9.           Halim Perdana Kusuma, DKI Jakarta;

10.         Hang Nadim, Batam;

11.         Husein Sastranegara, Bandung;

12.         I Gusti Ngurah Rai, Bali;

13.         Juanda, Surabaya;

14.         Kualanamu, Medan;

15.         Maimun Saleh, Sabang;

16.         Minangkabau, Padang;

17.         Mopah, Merauke;

18.         Mozes Kilangin, Tembaga Pura;

19.         Pattimura, Ambon;

20.         Polonia, Medan;

21.         Sam Ratulangi, Manado;

22.         Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman Sepinggan Balikpapan;

23.         Soekarno Hatta, Banten;

24.         Sultan Hasanuddin, Makassar;

25.         Sultan Iskandar Muda, Banda Aceh;

26.         Sultan Mahmud Badarudin II, Palembang;

27.         Sultan Syarif Kasim II, Pekanbaru

28.         Supadio, Pontianak; dan

29.         Tarakan, Tarakan;

 

HARBOURS you can arrive AND depart from (88 in total):

1.           Achmad Yani, Ternate;

2.           Amamapare, Tembagapura;

3.           Anggrek, Gorontalo;

4.           Bagan Siapi-api, Bagan Siapi-api;

5.           Bandar Bentan Telani Lagoi, Tanjung Uban;

6.           Bandar Seri Udana Lobam, Tanjung Uban;

7.           Bandar Sri Setia Raja, Bengkalis;

8.           Batam Centre, Batam;

9.           Batu Ampar, Batam;

10.         Belakang Padang, Belakang Padang;

11.         Belawan, Belawan;

12.         Benete, Sumbawa Besar;

13.         Biak, Biak;

14.         Boom Baru, Palembang;

15.         Celukan Bawang, Singaraja;

16.         Citra Tri Tunas, Batam;

17.         Ciwandan, Cilegon;

18.         Dumai, Dumai;

19.         Dwi Kora, Pontianak;

20.         Gunung Sitoli, Sibolga;

21.         Jambi, Jambi;

22.         Jayapura, Jayapura;

23.         Kabil, Batam;

24.         Kendari, Kendari;

25.         Kota  Baru, Kota Baru;

26.         Kuala Enok, Tembilahan;

27.         Kuala Langsa, Aceh;

28.         Kuala Tanjung, Tanjung Balai Asahan;

29.         Kuala Tungkal, Jambi;

30.         Lauren Say, Maumere;

31.         Lembar, mataram;

32.         Lhokseumawe, Lhokseumawe;

33.         Malahayati, Aceh;

34.         Malundung, Tarakan;

35.         Manado, Manado;

36.         Marina Teluk Senimba, Batam;

37.         Marore, Tahuna;

38.         Merauke, Merauke;

39.         Miangas, Tahuna;

40.         Nongsa Terminal Bahari, Batam;

41.         Nusantara, Pare-pare;

42.         Nusantara, Tahuna;

43.         Padang Bai, Singaraja;

44.         Panarukan, Panarukan;

45.         Pangkal Balam, Pangkal Pinang;

46.         Panjang, Bandar Lampung;

47.         Pantoloan, Palu;

48.         Pasuruan, Pasuruan;

49.         Pemangkat, Sambas;

50.         Probolinggo, Probolinggo;

51.         Pulau Baai, Bengkulu;

52.         Sabang, Aceh;

53.         Samarinda, Samarinda;

54.         Sampit, Sampit;

55.         Samudera, Bitung;

56.         Sekupang, Batam;

57.         Selat Lampa, Ranai;

58.         Semayang, Balikpapan;

59.         Siak Sri Indrapura, Siak;

60.         Sibolga, Sibolga;

61.         Sintete, Sambas;

62.         Soekarno-Hatta, Makassar;

63.         Sorong, Sorong;

64.         Sri Bayintan, Tanjung Pinang;

65.         Sri Bintan Pura, Tanjung Pinang;

66.         Sungai Guntung, Tembilahan;

67.         Tanjung Balai Karimun, Tanjung Balai Karimun;

68.         Benoa, Denpasar;

69.         Tanjung Emas, Semarang;

70.         Tanjung Gudang, Pangkal Pinang;

71.         Tanjung Harapan, Selat Panjang;

72.         Tanjung Intan, Cilacap;

73.         Tanjung Kelian, Pangkal Pinang;

74.         Tanjung Lontar, Kupang;

75.         Tanjung Pandan, Bangka Belitung;

76.         Tanjung Perak, Surabaya;

77.         Tanjung Priok, DKI Jakarta;

78.         Tanjung Uban, Tanjung Uban;

79.         Tanjung Wangi, Jember;

80.         Tarempa, Tarempa;

81.         Teluk Bayur, Padang;

82.         Teluk Nibung, Tanjung Balai Asahan;

83.         Tembilahan, Tembilahan;

84.         Tri Sakti, Banjarmasin;

85.         Tual, Tual;

86.         Tunon Taka, Nunukan;

87.         Yos Sudarso, Ambon und

88.         Yos Sudarso, Cirebon.

 

LAND BORDERS you can arrive AND depart from (7 in total):

1.             Aruk, Sambas;

2.             Entikong, Entikong;

3.             Metamauk, Atambua;

4.             Mota'ain, Atambua;

5.             Nanga Badau, Sanggau;

6.             Napan, Atambua; und

7.             Skouw, Jayapura.

 

 

            Visa on Arrival (VOA)

 

A Visa on Arrival (VOA) facility is provided to nationals of certain countries upon arrival for business, tourism, and social visits at airports and seaports designated for this purpose (please refer to the list below for ports of entry). The maximum stay permitted by VOA is 30 days. If the applicant plans to stay longer than 30 days, he/she should mention this at the time of application. VOA can be extended for additional 30 days.

 

Please note that this visa is neither a Work Visa nor a Limited Stay Visa and that it cannot be converted to a visa for these purposes. For work or for limited stay, please refer to point 4 below.

 

 

For countries eligible for VOA, please refer to

http://www.imigrasi.go.id/index.php/en/public-services/visit-visa#voa-countries.

 

No.

Country

No.

Country

No.

Country

1

Algeria

24

Greece

47

Poland

2

Andorra

25

Hungary

48

Portugal

3

Argentina

26

Iceland

49

Qatar

4

Armenia

27

India

50

Republic of Korea

5

Austria

28

Ireland

51

Romania

6

Australia

29

Italy

52

Russia

7

Bahrain

30

Japan

53

Saudi Arabia

8

Belarus

31

Kuwait

54

Seychelles

9

Belgium

32

Latvia

55

Slovakia

10

Brazil

33

Libya

56

Slovenia

11

Bulgaria

34

Liechtenstein

57

South Africa

12

Canada

35

Lithuania

58

Spain

13

China

36

Luxemburg

59

Suriname

14

Croatia

37

Maldives

60

Sweden

15

Cyprus

38

Malta

61

Switzerland

16

Czech Republic

39

Mexico

62

Taiwan

17

Denmark

40

Monaco

63

Timor-Leste

18

Egypt

41

Norway

64

Tunisia

19

Estonia

42

Netherlands

65

Turkey

20

Fiji

43

New Zealand

66

United Arab Emirates

21

Finland

44

Oman

67

United Kingdom

22

France

45

Panama

68

United States of America

23

Germany

46

Papua New Guinea

 

 

 

 

Designated Airports for VOA :

1)          Soekarno Hatta - Jakarta

2)          Halim Perdana Kusumah - Jakarta

3)          Sam Ratulangi - Manado, North Sulawesi

4)          Adi Sumarmo - Surakarta, Central Java

5)          Adi Sucipto - Yogyakarta

6)          Juanda - Surabaya, East Java

7)          Polonia - Medan, North Sumatra

8)          Sultan Syarif Kasim II - Pekanbaru, Riau

9)          Ngurah Rai - Denpasar, Bali

10)        Selaparang - Mataram, West-Nusa-Tenggara

11)        Sepinggan - Balikpapan, East Kalimantan

12)        El Tari - Kupang, East-Nusa-Tenggara

13)        Hasanuddin - Makassar, South Sulawesi

14)        Sultan Iskandar Muda - Aceh, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

15)        Hang Nadim - Batam

16)        Minangkabau - Padang, West Sumatra

17)        Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II - Palembang, South Sumatra

18)        Husein Sastranegara - Bandung, West Java

19)        Ahmad Yani - Semarang, Central Java

20)        Supadio - Pontianak, West Kalimantan

 

Designated Seaports for VOA :

1)         Sekupang, Citra Tritunas (Harbour Bay), Nongsa, Marina Teluk   Senimba und  Batam Center in Batam - Riau Islands (Kepulauan Riau)

2)          Bandar Bintan Telani Lagoi und Bandar Sri Udana Lobam in Tanjung Uban - Riau Islands (Kepulauan Riau)

3)          Sri Bintan Pura in Tanjung Pinang - Riau Islands (Kepulauan Riau)

4)          Tanjung Balai Karimun - Riau Islands

5)          Belawan in North Sumatra

6)          Sibolga in North Sumatra

7)          Yos Sudarso in Dumai - Riau

8)          Teluk Bayur in Padang - West Sumatra

9)          Tanjung Priok in Jakarta

10)        Padang Bai in Karangasem - Bali

11)        Benoa in Badung - Bali

12)        Jayapura - Papua

13)        Bitung in Bitung - North Sulawesi

14)        Tanjung Mas - Semarang

15)        Tenau in Kupang - East-Nusa-Tenggara

16)        Pare-pare in Pare-pare - South Sulawesi

17)        Soekarno Hatta in Makasar - South Sulawesi

18)        Maumere in Maumere - East-Nusa-Tenggara

 

 

4)    Limited Stay Visa

 

a)    This visa is also called a Temporary Stay Visa and is issued to applicants whose purpose of visit is to stay in Indonesia for a limited period of time.

 

b)    A Limited Stay Visa is issued to undertake the following categories of activities:

 

1)    Work-related

2)    Non-work-related

 

Work-related activities include:

 

a.    As experts;

b.    Working on a ship, floating equipment or installations that operate in the territorial waters of Indonesia, continental shelf and in the Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone;

c.    Performing duties as clergy;

d.    Carrying out activities related to professions on a free-paid basis;

e.    Conducting activities within the framework of commercial filming with permission by the competent authorities;

f.     Monitoring the qualities of goods or production;

g.    Inspection or audit of a company’s branch office in Indonesia;

h.    After-sales services;

i.     Installing and repairing of machineries;

j.     Performing non-permanent work for in the framework of construction;

k.    Performing arts, music and sports;

l.     Performing professional sports;

m.  Performing medical treatment activities;

n.   Prospective foreign workers who will work within the framework of skill trial.

 

Non-work-related activities

 

a.    Conducting foreign investment ;

b.    Conducting training and scientific research;

c.     Participating in education;

d.    Family reunion;

e.    Repatriation;

f.     Elderly foreign travelers

 

c)    A Limited Stay Visa is issued to a foreign national by a diplomatic mission of the Republic of Indonesia abroad pending authorization by the Directorate General of Immigration in Jakarta. For more information on how to obtain the approval and the required documents by the Immigration Office, please visit the following link:

http://www.imigrasi.go.id/index.php/en/public-services/limited-stay-visa#requirements.

 

d)    Following documents should be submitted for the application for a Limited Stay Visa:

 

1)    Passport (with a minimum validity of 6 months from the date of entry into Indonesia);

2)    One completed visa application form;

3)    One colored passport size photograph;

4)    A written approval from the Immigration Office in Indonesia;

5)    A letter of invitation/support from the applicant’s sponsors in Indonesia;

6)    Evidence of sufficient funds to maintain oneself whilst staying in Indonesia (e.g. a recent bank statement, etc.) or a third party letter guaranteeing to support the applicant financially during his/her stay, together with documentary evidence of ability to do so;

7)    Evidence of obligation in the applicant’s country of permanent residence (e.g. a letter from employer/college, certifying the applicant’s intention to return after the visit to Indonesia);

 

e)    Foreign nationals who are entitled to a family reunion include:

 

1)   Foreign nationals who join their husbands or wives of Indonesia nationality;

2)   Foreign nationals who join their husbands or wives holding a Limited Stay Permit or a Permanent Stay Permit;

3)   Children of valid marriage between foreign nationals and nationals of Indonesia;

4)  Unmarried children of foreign nationals who are under eighteen years of age who are legally married to nationals of Indonesia;

5)  Unmarried children who are under eighteen years of age joining their parents holding a Limited Stay Permit or a Permanent Stay Permit.

 

f)      Additional requirements

 

1)   Foreign nationals must enclose a letter of recommendation from relevant government institutions and/or agencies in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;

2)   Foreign nationals who are legally to married to nationals of Indonesia must enclose a copy of the marriage certificate or the marriage book.

 

 

 

für Drehgenehmigungen :

 

Anträge müssen an den Minister für Auswärtige Angelegenheiten durch indonesischen Missionen in Deutschland (Botschfat in Berlin, Generalkonsulat in Hamburg und Frankfurt immer bei der Presseabteilung) abhängig von Wohnort des Antragstellers eingereicht werden. Es wird dringend empfohlen, die Anträge mindestens 30 Tage vor der Abreise nach Indonesien einzureichen.

 

Folgende Unterlagen benötigen Sie, wenn Sie ein Drehgenehmigung beantragen möchten: 

1)    Empfehlungsschreiben eines Deutschen Fernsehsenders für den Filmemacher

2)   Fotokopien der Reisepässe sowie eine Liste aller Mitarbeiter und Lebensläufe. Falls ein Mitarbeiter oder Drehzubehör hinzukommt, müssen neue Anträge gestellt werden

3)   Dreharbeiten in Naturschutzgebieten erfordern spezielle Genehmigungen (SIMAKSI) des General Direktors für Naturschutz, Minister für Umwelt

4)   Nach Erteilung der Genehmigung kann das Visum beantragt werden

Downloa​d des Antragsformulars für Dreharbeiten

 

für Medienberichte oder andere journalistische Zwecke :

Anträge müssen an den Minister für Auswärtige Angelegenheiten durch indonesischen Missionen in Deutschland (Botschft in Berlin, Generalkonsulate in Hamburg und Frankfurt immer bei der Presseabteilung) abhängig von Wohnort des Antragstellers eingereicht werden. Es wird dringend empfohlen, die Anträge mindestens 30 Tage vor der Abreise nach Indonesien einzureichen.

Folgende Unterlagen benötigen Sie, wenn Sie ein Journalistenvisum beantragen möchten: 

1)   Schriftlicher Antrag mit detaillierter Beschreibung Ihres Vorhabens. (bei Filmaufnahmen, Titel, eine Zusammenfassung der Story, bei Fotoaufnahmen Ort und Fokus Ihrer Fotos)

2)  Garantieerklärung eines Sponsors in Deutschland oder Indonesien (im Original), der sich verpflichtet, für sämtliche anfallenden Kosten aufzukommen, in Deutsch und (oder) in Englisch (bitte beachten Sie: bei Teams muss für jedes Mitglied des Teams eine getrennte Garantieerklärung ausgestellt werden)

3)    Das ausgefüllte Antragsformular im Original

Speziell für die FILM- bzw. FOTOAUSRÜSTUNG gilt:

Mit senden von formlosen Antrag:

      In dem Sie um die Legalisierung der Film- bzw. Fotoausrüstung bitten

      In dem der Verantwortliche des Teams für die mitgebrachte Film- bzw. Fotoausrüstung benannt wird

Diesem fügen Sie eine Kopie des Reisepasses des Verantwortlichen für den Film bzw. die Fotoausrüstung bei.

Vergessen Sie nicht, eine Kopie des Überweisungsscheins über die Gebühren für die Legalisierung in Höhe von 10 Euro einzureichen.

1)  Kontaktperson in Indonesien (Curriculum Vitae), die während Ihres Aufenthaltes die Verantwortung übernimmt. (Wenn möglich sollte uns diese Kontaktperson in einer Bescheinigung bestätigen, dass sie Ihre Kontaktperson ist. Diese Bescheinigung senden Sie bitte an:journalistenvisum@botschaft-indonesien.de )

2)    Kopie Ihres Reisepasses sowie Ihres Presseausweises

3)    Kopie Ihrer Flugreservierung, aus der der Tag Ihrer An- und Ausreise hervorgeht

4)  Interview mit dem zuständigen Mitarbeiter der Presseabteilung nach Einreichung der Dokumente (hierzu terminliche Vereinbarung notwendig)

5)   Nach Erteilung der Genehmigung kann das Visum beantragt werden

Downloa​d des Antragsformulars für Medienberichte


Sobald in Jakarta über Ihren Antrag entschieden ist, erhalten Sie von uns eine Nachricht mit folgendem Inhalt:

1)   ob Ihr Antrag positiv beschieden wurde

2)   die Aufforderung, Ihren Originalreisepass an die Botschaft zu senden bzw. vorbeizubringen (sofern wir diesen nicht bereits zuvor erhalten haben)

3)  die Aufforderung, die Kopie des Überweisungsscheins der Bearbeitungsgebühr in Höhe von 45 Euro (pro Visum) und Telexsgebühr von 7,50 Euro (pro Visum) an uns zu senden bzw. vorbeizubringen (sofern wir diesen nicht bereits zuvor erhalten haben). Bitte beachten Sie, die obigen Gebühren stets getrennt zu überweisen

4)  die Aufforderung, an uns einen frankierten Rückumschlag für ein Einschreiben zu senden bzw. vorbeizubringen (sofern wir diesen nicht bereits zuvor erhalten haben, bzw. Sie Ihren Pass nicht persönlich abholen)

Sobald Sie die unter 2. und 3. angegebenen Voraussetzungen erfüllt haben, kann Ihr Visumsantrag von der Botschaft bearbeitet werden.

Um den Antragsprozess zu beschleunigen, können Sie alle Unterlagen zunächst in Farbe einscannen und mit dem Betreff "copy Visumsantrag" per mail an journalistenvisum@botschaft-indonesien.de schicken.

 

Ab Juni 2011 kann die Auszahlung nur mit EC-Karte oder Überweisungen ausgeführt werden. (wir akzeptieren keine Barzahlungen mehr)

 

Die Kontoverbindung lautet wie folgt :

Kontoinhaber : Indonesische Botschaft

IBAN : DE47 1004 0000 0266 0108 00 

BIC : COBADEFFXXX

Kontonr. : 2660108

BLZ : 100 400 00 (Commerzbank Berlin)

Bitte beachten: Staatsangehörige die keinen Aufenthaltstitel und Wohnsitz in Deutschland haben, müssen das Visum bei einer Indonesischen Botschaft oder einem Konsulat in ihrem Heimatland beantragen.