Posts Tagged ‘Indonesian Visa’

Tax Payer Registration Number (NPWP) And National Social Security Program (BPJS) Membership For Expatriate

How To Obtain NPWP And BPJS For Expatriate In Indonesia? Indonesia nowadays are facing a global economic recession which have affected many countries include Indonesia. The Government of Indonesia are trying to prevent those kind of condition by stimulated the National Economic Growth through various program which expected to attract many investor especially foreign direct…

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4 Important Things About Expatriate Work Permit In Indonesia

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What You Need To Know About The Expatriate Working Permit In Indonesia ? Article 1 (13) of Law No. 13 of 2003 on Manpower (“Manpower Law”) defines Foreign Workers (“Expatriates”) as visa holders of foreign citizenship who come to Indonesia with the intention to work within Indonesia’s territory. Expatriates are foreign workers who live outside…

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Steps To Hire Expatriates In The Oil And Gas Industry

The employment of Expatriates in Indonesia must comply with the requirements as stipulated in Minister of Manpower Regulation No. 16 of 2015. For the Oil and Gas Industry, some of these requirements have been updated in the new regulation, Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Regulation No. 31 of 2013 (“Minister Regulation on Employment in…

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Indonesian Government Simplifies Expatriate Work Permit Process

On October 23, 2015, the Indonesian Government issued Manpower Regulation No. 35 of 2015 of Expatriate Working Permit (“New Regulation”) as an update regulation  of Manpower Regulation No. 16 of 2015 on the same matter (“Old Regulation”).  This New Regulation  simplifies some provisions which previously stipulated in the Old  Regulation. Since both of the above…

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Visa-Free Travel To Indonesia

On June 9, 2015, Indonesian President Joko Widodo has signed the President Regulation Number 69 of 2015 concerning Visa-Free Travel (“President Regulation No. 69/2015”). Under this new regulation, the Indonesian Government offers short-term, visa-free travel to Indonesia for visitors originating from 30 (thirty) foreign countries, in addition to those originating from 15 (fifteen) foreign countries…

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The Minister of Law and Human Rights Regulation No 27 of 2014

The Minister of Law and Human Rights has issued Regulation No. 27 of 2014 on Technical Procedure on Granting, Extending, Denying, Canceling and Ending a Visitor Resident Permit, Limited Resident Permit, and Permanent Resident Permit and Exceptions from Obligation to Own a Resident Permit (“Regulation“). The Regulation is in force since 17 October 2014 and…

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