Second Home Visa for living in Indonesia: conditions, application rules – starts from December 24, 2022 – Visa Agency

Second Home Visa for living in Indonesia: conditions, application rules – starts from December 24, 2022

Second Home Visa for living in Indonesia: conditions, application rules – starts from December 24, 2022

Second Home Visa for living in Indonesia: conditions, application rules – starts from December 24, 2022

What is a Second Home Visa?

The General Directorate of Immigration has officially announced the Second Home Visa policy.

It is set out in Circular IMI-0740.GR.01.01 dated October 25, 2022: on the issuance of visas and limited stay permits for second homes.

The policy will come into effect on December 24, 2022

A Second Home Visa will be available to those foreigners or former Indonesian citizens (ex-WNI) who wish to stay and make a positive contribution to the Indonesian economy.

Foreigners will be able to stay in Indonesia for 5 or 10 years and engage in various activities such as investment, tourism and other activities.

The second home visa can be applied for through the Visa Agency by Flado Indonesia, which will act as the Guarantor.

Requirements for obtaining a Second Home Visa:

  • Passport valid for at least 36 months (example)
  • Proof of funds in the form of an account held by the Foreigner or the Guarantor of at least 2.000.000.000 IDR (two billion rupiah) or equivalent
  • Passport photo 4×6 cm on a white background (example)
  • Biographical summary (Curriculum Vitae)

The cost of visa fee (PNBP) for Second Home Visa is 3.000.000 IDR.

“Ahead of the G20 summit today, we officially launched the second home visa. The goal is to attract foreign tourists to Bali and other places. This immigration policy is one of the non-fiscal incentives that may encourage some foreigners to stay and contribute positively to the Indonesian economy in an increasingly dynamic global economic environment. This special visa is issued to encourage the growth of investment in Indonesia for billionaires, the rich of the world, investors who want to stay longer in Indonesia.” – Jar Widodo Ekatjahjana, Director General of Immigration.

The second home visa will also target other groups: Global Talent leaders, Indonesian diasporas, and older international tourists.