How Nigerians Can Get a Visa to Indonesia
In this post, we learn how Nigerians can get a visa to Indonesia. We explore all the necessary information needed to procure a visa to Indonesia.
The Republic of Indonesia is the world’s largest island country in Southeast Asia. It is made up of about thirteen islands and has a population of more than 258 million people. Jakarta is its capital and it is located on the island of Java, which is the most populated Island in the world.
Types of Indonesian visa
- Transit Visa
- Single Visit
- Multiple Visit
- Limited Stay (6 months)
- Limited Stay (12 months)
- Limited Stay (24 months)
- Re-entry Permit (single)
- Diplomatic Visit
- Official Visit
These are the necessary requirements for acquiring a Business visa
- A valid international passport that must be valid for not less than 6 (six) months the from date of entry into Indonesia.
- Copy of the same international passport data page and most recent Indonesian Visa or other country’s visa, if it is requested.
- Fully completed and signed application form.
- Two recent colored passport photographs of clear camera quality, with white backgrounds.
- Flight schedule or ticket. A flight reservation is allowed when submitting the application but the original confirmed ticket will have to be shown when collecting the visa.
- For fresh passport holders or first-time travelers, a clearance certificate from NDLEA is required.
- If the applicant is employed, a letter from the applicant’s company explaining its business activities, the applicant’s role in the company, the reason for travel, and who will cover the expenses throughout the visit.
- If the visit is to attend a trade fair, the applicant must provide valid documentation about the trade fair and its connection to the applicant’s business activities. Evidence of the registration and/or payment of participation for the event must also be provided (if requested).
- Original and copy invitation letter from Indonesian counterpart clearly explaining the reason for the trip and a recent tax clearance certificate of the company.
The applicant will also be requested to provide a stamped Certificate of Memorandum of Articles of Association belonging to the company or the original and copy of the company’s Certificate of Incorporation.
- Proof of sufficient funds to cater to the traveler’s needs throughout the duration of stay in Indonesia. (Bank statements from not more than 2 months ago will be required. Or the sponsor for duly stamped and signed by the branch manager with value of last credit equivalent to US$ 5.000 and/or traveler cheques).
Where To Go
Embassy of The Republic of Indonesia in Abuja
ABUJA: 4, Salt Lake Street, Off Gana Street, Maitama, Abuja.
Tel: +234 8166026466
Email Address: [email protected]
Official Website: http://www.kemlu.go.id/
For further information, please visit the official website of the Indonesian Embassy in Nigeria.
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