Visa Bali 2017

On day #19 of my 30 days vlog challenge you will receive some valuable information about visas in Bali. There are many different types of visas you can get to enter Bali, it totally depends on your purpose of visit. In this interview we will be covering tourist visas, the social visa, and the working visa for Bali.

There are two different tourist visas you can get on arrival, one for a duration of 30 days and one for 60 days.

The 30 days visa in Bali is free, whereas the 60 days visa in Bali is not. You will receive the 30 days visa in Bali at the airport on arrival, you do not need to do anything to get it.

What you need to do is to receive the 60 days visa for Bali is, tell the immigration officer this right away at the airport once you arrive, that you wish to stay longer than 30 days but no more than 60 days and they will give you a different stamp into your passport.

After you have entered Bali, you would then need to extend your 30 days visa to the 60 days visa, which means you need to give your passport to an agent who deals with the immigration offices for you. This procedure has to be done 7 days before your visa expires LATEST, as it can take up to 2 weeks to process the new 60 days visa for Bali. Sometimes an overstay might be cheaper, should you just stay 1 or 2 days longer than planned. Then you would need to pay a small fine of 20 – 30 USD per day.

The social visa allows you to stay in the country to up to 6 months. You need to apply for this type of visa outside of the country. Most people fly to Singapore and deal with an agent over there. You also need a letter from a local Indonesian, which confirms that you visit the country for social activities only. You then fly back in and need to renew this visa every 2 months until your 6 months in Bali are over.

The KITAS visa allows you to work in Bali. You need a company who sponsors you for this visa. It costs between 900 – 1400 USD, depending on the duration of stay and it expires on the moment you stop working for the company.

There are 3 more types of visas for Bali which we didn’t cover in this talk. They are the business visa, the family visa and the visa for retirement for Bali.

Please check all those information again online on government and ‘Visas for Bali’ websites, as it frequently changes and this information might not be real for the date of your travels anymore.

It really is not that hard as it sounds, as there are lots of agents around everywhere who take over this stressful job for you. (And they are not expensive either).

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