Indonesia Immigration
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Asia holds the largest (Russia) and most populous (China) countries. It is the largest continent on the globe, making up around 30% of the planet's surface.

The Republic of Indonesia is the world’s largest island country present in Southeast Asia. Furthermore, Indonesia is a prominent tourist destination country having 17,000 islands, including Sumatra and Java.

Indonesia’s economy ranks seventh in the world by PPP and is the 17th largest by nominal GDP. It has considerable power in international affairs and is also a regional power.

Indonesia has created tourist-friendly policies that drive a significant number of tourists to the country yearly. Furthermore, the government also promotes hiring foreign talent in the country. Indonesia is a suitable option for people intending to immigrate to the peaceful and scenic countryside.

The primary immigration programs and relevant visa options in Indonesia include:

The Temporary Stay Visa for Work (C312) is granted to foreign nationals who are skilled or experts employed in Indonesia by their sponsors. This work permit enables skilled foreign workers to live and work in Indonesia. Furthermore, these nationals must be sponsored by eligible employers in Indonesia.

Eligible occupations can include:

Under this permit, the applicants are permitted to stay in Indonesia for 6 months. Furthermore, the stay can be extended up to 2 years according to the application.

A primary requirement for this permit is a valid sponsorship letter of employment from an employer in Indonesia.

The Two-Year Temporary Stay Visa for Foreign Investors (C314) is provided to foreign nationals who have invested a certain amount of capital that must have been funded in a business venture in Indonesia.

Furthermore, the grant enables foreign investors to stay in Indonesia with the intention of expanding their new business and investing in the local economy.

The duration of this permit is two years, whereas the stay duration can be expanded.

The primary requirements include the demonstration of funds and an investment in Indonesia. Furthermore, a letter of recommendation from the government agency coordinating investments in Indonesia is mandatory.

A dependent visa, also known as a family reunion visa, enables visitors to Indonesia to bring their families with them when relocating there.

Mainly, a dependent visa enables KITAS or work permit holders to bring their spouse and minor children.

The global mobility department of Direct U.S. Immigration enables aspiring foreign nationals to immigrate to Indonesia. Whether you want to start your business in Indonesia, reunite with your family or want to immigrate as a skilled worker, we provide expert supervision and application procedures in all.


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