Visa on arrival in Bali (eVOA)

From May 30, 2022, Indonesian authorities expanded the list of countries whose citizens can enter the country by obtaining a Visa on Arrival (VoA). There are now 87 countries on this list. This visa can be obtained for 30 days upon arrival in the country at an airport, seaport, or when crossing a land border. Alternatively, you can apply for an eVoA online on the official website.
To obtain a visa, you will need a passport with a validity of at least six months, proof of payment (the visa fee is 500,000 Indonesian Rupiahs), a return ticket, or a ticket out of Indonesia. The purpose of your visit should be tourism, transit, or business meetings; working and engaging in public activities officially is not allowed. However, you can participate in government events such as legal proceedings, conferences, and meetings if you have an invitation letter for these purposes.
You can extend the visa on arrival once for an additional 30 days. You can do this by visiting the immigration office in person or by using an agency. To extend an eVoA, you can do so on the Molina website. The cost of extending the visa is from 500,000 Rupiahs.
The total period of stay in Indonesia according to VoA is 60 days. After this period, they will have to leave the country. For a long-term stay in Indonesia, it is recommended to issue a tourist or business visa in advance, which allows you to stay in the country for up to 180 days (including two extended stays), and then issue an onshore visa for 60 days, which can also be extended.
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