Indonesia introduces five-year multiple-entry visa

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In a strategic move aimed at boosting tourism in the country, Indonesia is introducing a five-year multiple-entry visa for leisure and business travelers.

According to reports, the Directorate of Immigration has announced this latest offer of five-year multiple entry visa to boost the country's economy and facilitate easy travel. Travelers can now explore various destinations in Indonesia while enjoying the convenience of this extended visa.

Five-Year Multiple-Entry Tourist Visa for Indonesia: Here's What You Need to Know

Indonesia Multiple Entry Visa
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The Directorate of Immigration has further clarifiedHolders of multiple entry tourist visas can stay in Indonesia for up to 60 days.

The visa fee is fixed at USD 972 and online payment is the designated method. While the visa allows participants to attend meetings and events, it does not grant permission for permanent employment in the country. Similarly, tourists can visit friends and relatives but are not eligible for permanent residency.

Indonesia has expressed willingness to grant visa exemption to citizens of 20 more countries including Australia, India, China, South Korea, UK, USA, France, Qatar, Germany, United Arab Emirates, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Taiwan, Russia. , New Zealand, Italy and Spain. Two additional Middle Eastern countries may soon be added to this list.

For more information on the Indonesian visa application process, see Official website of Indonesia.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How can I apply for an Indonesian multiple entry visa?
You must visit Official website Follow the step-by-step procedure to apply for Indonesia and Multiple Entry Visa.

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Piusha Chatterjee

Piusha Chatterjee

A journalist, Piyusha has previously worked for media houses including The New Indian Express and Hindustan Times. A solo traveler by choice, she loves exploring life more than anything else, after meals. When she is not gardening, writing, reading, cooking or singing loudly, she can be found watching and discussing movies and series. ..read more

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