Second Home Visa Bali – The Visa for Digital Nomads?

Indonesia has long been one of the most popular destinations for long-term travelers. Whether digital nomads or retirees, the country offers foreigners a variety of opportunities and activities. Soon it will be possible to apply for a Second Home Visa for Indonesia and stay in Indonesia for several years without having to renew your visa frequently.

On October 25, 2022, the Indonesian Directorate General of Immigration, under the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, officially announced the rules and requirements for the Second Home Visa through circular IMI-0740.GR.01.01.

What is the Second Home Visa for Indonesia?

The long-term residence permit is for foreigners coming to Bali and Indonesia, or former Indonesian citizens and/or their families. It is intended for those who want to move to Bali on a long-term basis and settle in Indonesia and make a positive contribution to the growing Indonesian economy.
It is not a work permit, which means you are not allowed to earn money in Indonesia with this visa. Foreigners can stay in Indonesia for 5 or 10 years if the conditions are met. They are not allowed to engage in gainful activities such as investment and tourism.
The Second Home visa allows for its holders to sponsor family members with the same length of stay (as a straggler).

Requirements for the Second Home Visa

  • Copy of passport (valid for at least 36 months)
  • Proof of a bank account of the foreigner/sponsor (must be held at a state-owned Indonesian bank) in the amount of at least Rp2,000,000,000 (approx. 128,000 USD) or proof of ownership of a luxury property
  • Recent color photo with white background
  • Curriculum vitae

When will the second home visa be available?

According to the latest circular, the Second Home visa will be available from December 24, 2022.

As soon as there is new information, we will inform you.

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