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Indonesia Adultery Law & what you need to know about it

Indonesia Adultery Law: What You Need to Know The recent ratification of a new law – the KUHP on adultery and extramarital sex has generated widespread international press comments, much of it exaggerated and misrepresenting the true nature of Indonesia’s criminal justice system. Here’s what you Need to Know and Understand About Indonesia’s new anti-adultery law. KUHP 412 is primarily…

Immigration Indonesia – President Wants to Shake Up Immigration

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Immigration Indonesia – President Wants to Shake Up Immigration Indonesian President Joko Widodo has asked that the Immigration Department simplify and ease the process for obtaining visas-on-arrival (VoA) and Limited Stay Permits (Kitas), particularly for foreign investors. As Beritasatu.com and Beritabali.com report, the President’s instructions come after receiving many complaints regarding immigration service. The President spoke while leading a meeting convened with top officials…

Bali Visa on Arrival – Increase VOA Branded as ‘HOAX’

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Bali Visa on Arrival – Plans to Increase VOA Branded as ‘HOAX’ Bali’s Governor Wayan Koster has denied and labeled “hoax” reports in the local press claiming the visa-on-arrival (VOA) fees would soon increase from Rp. 50,000 to Rp. 1.5 million. Reports in the local press of an imminent increase in the VOA fees triggered widespread opposition in Bali tourism circles…

Bali News March 2022

Bali News March 2022

Bali News March 2022 – Tourism & Visa Bali Hotels & Restaurants on Shaky Grounds? A report in RadarBali.com serves to highlight a frequent legal property dispute between village officials and provincial administrations over who has the final word over so-called public lands. In Bali, traditional village officials often enter into written contracts with investors granting exemptions…

Bali Visa on Arrival Resumes in March 2022

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Bali Visa on Arrival (VOA) No Quarantine & VOA back A meeting convened by the Coordinating Minister of Maritime Affairs and Investment, who also serves as the National COVID-19 Czar, Luhut Bisnar Pandjaitan, was held on Friday, 04 March to decide that the mandatory quarantine requirements will end effective Monday, 07 March 2022. Also, on that date,…

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