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Work Visa Indonesia (KITAS)

Price from USD 620.00

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  • Easy online application
  • Fast application processing
  • Available almost anytime
You want to extend your current KITAS.
You want to apply for a new KITAS.
You are currently in Indonesia and want to apply (onshore).
You want to apply from OUTSIDE of Indonesia (offshore).
The express work KITAS processing time is approx. 4 weeks.
The regular work KITAS processing time is 8 to 10 weeks.
The express KITAS extension process takes approx. 5-7 working days.
The regular KITAS extension process takes approx. 14 working days.
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The working KITAS is designed for foreign individuals employed to work in Indonesia for an extended period. To obtain a working permit in Indonesia, you must be employed by a registered company, which can be a Foreign Owned Company (PMA), Representative Office, or an Indonesian Owned Company. The length of your visa varies between 6 to 12 months.

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Our service does not end with the issuance of the visa. We will continue to be there for you afterwards.

1. Add to cart

Purchase the e-Visa On Arrival by adding it to your shopping cart and proceed to checkout.

2. Fill the Form

After checkout you will receive a link to the form where you can enter your data and required documents.

3. Receive Your Visa

Once your e-Visa On Arrival is approved, expect a message from our team via WhatsApp or email. Your e-Visa PDF will be on its way!

Visa:Working-KITAS
Index:E23
Single-/Multiple-Entry:Multiple-Entry
Onshore/Offshore application:Onshore and offshore
Valid from entry/activation:1 year
Extendable:Yes
Number of possible extensions:5
Additional years per extension:1 year
Maximum length of stay:6 years
Convertible in another visa:No

We are proud to offer the fastest and easiest application process with the best value for money. You will receive the electronic visa directly from us via email. If you have any questions, we are available via WhatsApp, Live chat, or email. In all the time that we have been offering this service, no visa application has ever been rejected.

To legally work and earn income in Indonesia, a working visa (KITAS), is required. Without a work permit, individuals are not permitted to work or make money in Indonesia.

The working KITAS is suitable for …
… teachers
… chefs
… consultants
… coaches
… and many more

The visa is valid for up to 1 year, offering multiple entry privileges and sponsorship. To obtain a working permit, individuals must be employed by a registered company in Indonesia, which can be a Foreign Owned Company (PMA), Representative Office, or an Indonesian Owned Company.

It is important to initiate the extension process at least 1 month before the expiration date or commence the KITAS closure process 2 weeks prior using the EPO (Exit Permit Only) system.

Onshore:

Required Documents (from Applicant):

  • RPTKA Recommendation Letter (valid as long as the Working Contract remains valid)
  • IMTA (with a validity of 6 months/1 year)
  • DPKK Found
  • Sponsor Letter
  • Guarantee Letter
  • Color Copy of the Insurance Document
  • Bachelor’s Degree Certificate in English (with legalization)
  • Reference Letter from previous employer, with a minimum of 5 years of work history, or a Certificate of Occupation Specialization
  • Bank Statement (min. USD 3000)
  • Domicile Letter from Banjar or SKTT (Proof of Residence)
  • Detailed Information of the Foreigner: Email Address, Phone Number, Address in Bali, Area of Work, and Occupation

Required Documents (from Employer/Company):

  • Color Scan of the Mandatory Manpower Report (Wajib Lapor)
  • Color Scans of AKTA, SK Menteri, Izin Usaha, NIB, NPWP, SKTU Company
  • Color Scan of the Director’s ID or KTP
  • Color Scans of the Employee’s ID and a photo with a red background
  • Color Scan of the Accounting personnel’s ID
  • Color Scan of the HRD personnel’s ID
  • A Blank Letterhead of the Company Containing Email Addresses, Physical Address, and Phone Number
  • Company Stamp

For Visa Conversion from the previous ITK (B211A) to KITAS, bring your passport along with copies of all the required documents. We will handle the processing and obtain the re-entry permit KITAS through the Local Immigration Office. This procedure typically takes around 4-6 weeks.

During this process, you will be required to visit the Immigration office for Biometric verification, which includes capturing your photo and fingerprints.

Once the process is complete, you will receive both your Passport and the KITAS permit.

 

Offshore:

Required Documents (from Applicant):

  • Recommendation Letter for RPTKA (valid for the duration of the Working Contract)
  • IMTA (with a validity period of 6 months or 1 year)
  • DPKK Found
  • Sponsor Letter
  • Guarantee Letter
  • Colored Copy of the Insurance document
  • Bachelor’s Degree Certificate in English (duly legalized)
  • Reference Letter from previous employer, with a minimum of 5 years of work history, or a Certificate of Occupation Specialization
  • Bank Statement (min. USD 3000)
  • Detailed Information of the Foreigner, including Email Address, Phone Number, Address in Bali, Area of Work, and Occupation

Required Documents (from Employer/Company):

  • Mandatory Manpower Report (Wajib Lapor) in Color
  • Color Scans of AKTA, SK Menteri, Izin Usaha, NIB, NPWP, and SKTU of the company
  • Color Scan of the Director’s ID or KTP
  • Color Scan of the Employee’s ID (taken against a red background)
  • Color Scan of the Accounting personnel’s ID
  • Color Scan of the HRD personnel’s ID
  • Blank Company Letterhead that Includes the Company’s Email Addresses, Physical address, and Phone Number
  • Company Stamp

After arriving in Indonesia, you must convert the VITAS to KITAS. This process usually occurs at the airport immediately upon your arrival in the country. Follow the ITAS Online sign to the ITAS Online Counter, where you’ll need to present your VITAS and passport.
You’ll undergo photographing and fingerprinting, and an ITAS sticker will be placed in your passport. Subsequently, the KITAS will be sent to your email.

With offshore processes, there’s no need for you to visit the Local Immigration Office.

1) Add the Working KITAS (C312) for Indonesia to your shopping cart and proceed to checkout for payment.

2) After checkout, you will be redirected to a form where you can enter all relevant data for the KITAS application and upload the required documents.

3) We will check your data and documents and get back to you within one business day via email or WhatsApp.

4) If everything is in order and we have received your visa fee payment, we will upload the data into the immigration system. If you have chosen bank transfer as the payment method, we will need a bank transfer receipt from you, as sometimes it takes a while for the money to show up on our account.

5) We will send you your required documents by email. We are still available for you if you have further questions.

The DPKK Found is a payment that you have to make to the Ministry of Manpower in Indonesia. The fee supports the training of the domestic workforce. The fee is USD 100 per month.

Unfortunately, you need a new KITAS when you change your job. You have to obtain the EPO and then you need a new application with your new job.

You can only work in one job that is mentioned in the Working KITAS.

Working KITAS holders are generally expected to work in positions specified in their employment contracts. Engaging in other types of work may require additional permits.

Yes, extensions for Working KITAS are possible and may require updated documentation and compliance with immigration regulations.

Yes, family members of Working KITAS holders may be eligible for dependent permits, allowing them to reside in Indonesia while the primary holder is employed.

Working KITAS is primarily for individuals employed by Indonesian companies or organizations. Freelancers and self-employed individuals may need to explore other visa options, such as business visas.

If a Working KITAS holder loses their job, they should notify the immigration authorities and follow proper procedures to ensure compliance with visa regulations. Finding new employment may require a new KITAS.

Changing immigration status or applying for different types of visas while in Indonesia may be possible but requires adherence to specific procedures and approval from immigration authorities.

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