Multiple Entry VISA
Who is a Multiple Entry Business Visa for, and what are the advantages?
The Multiple Entry Business Visa is the visa you should apply for if you frequently enter and exit Indonesia for business purposes.
This visa permits the holder to visit Indonesia on various occasions during the year for business meetings and recreational activities.
Despite the fact that the number of journeys to the country is unrestricted, the amount of time you can spend here is limited to 60 days, which is not renewable during each trip.
We recommend using this visa to establish business partnerships, attend meetings, seminars, and conferences, and engage in other business-related activities, as long as it does not involve actual employment.
This visa is the most cost-effective option for those who do not intend to work and do not have permanent status in the nation.
How to Obtain a Business Visa with Multiple Entry
All needed documentation must be submitted: Invitation letter from a local corporation, local entity’s NPWP (Tax ID), Company Directors ID A copy of the applicant’s flight itinerary, a copy of their passport with a minimum validity of 18 months, and a bank account statement from the sponsoring company.
Fill out the Visa application and wait for the E-Visa to arrive by email.
When entering Indonesia, print the E-Visa and bring it with you.
You can now visit Indonesia as many times as you want, with a maximum stay of 60 days each time.
4 STEPS TO GET A MULTIPLE ENTRY VISA
1, Provide all appropriate visa papers.
2, The online immigration system will be used to upload all documentation. The applicant will receive an E Visa (Electronic Visa) once the visa has been approved, which they must print.
3, The applicant may now use the E-Visa to enter Indonesia.
4, Despite the fact that the visa is valid for a year, the maximum stay in Indonesia every visit is 60 days, beginning on the day of arrival. The applicant must depart Indonesian territory before the 60-day term expires, after which he or she may return to start a new 60-day period.