Bali Visa – Indonesian Plans To Provide 5 Year Visa
Once international travel restarts, Indonesia plans to provide incentives to international visitors wishing to stay long term by offering them a five-year visa. Indonesian Tourism Minister Sandiaga Salahudin Uno made the announcement on Monday (8/2).
“The concept is a long term stay, second home visa for a 5-year term. They make a deposit of USD $142,300, (2 billion IRD) per individual or USD $178,000 (2.5 billion IRD) for the whole family. They can invest here, do business, and their visas are renewed every 5 years,” Sandiaga said.
According to his official statement, Sandiaga has communicated this program with the Law and Human Rights Minister, Yasonna Laoly.