The website of the Directorate General of Immigration, Ministry of Law and Human Rights, has publicly announced the rules surrounding the launch of the much anticipated second home visa policy.
The policy is stated in the Circular Number IMI-0740.GR.01.01 of 2022 concerning the Granting of Visas and Limited Stay Permits for Second Houses issued on Tuesday, October 25, 2022.
“Towards the implementation of the G20 Summit, today we officially launched the second home visa. The goal is to attract foreign tourists to Bali and various other destinations,” said Acting Director General of Immigration Widodo Ekatjahjana at the launch of a second home visa in Bali, Tuesday (25/10/2022)
Widodo deliberately invited tourism actors in Bali because cooperation with all stakeholders is needed for a better tourism climate than before.
The subject of the second home visa is certain foreigners or ex-WNI who want to stay and contribute positively to the Indonesian economy. With this visa, foreigners can stay for 5 (five) or 10 (ten) years and carry out various activities such as investment, work and other activities.
Applications for a second home visa can be done easily through a website-based application (visa-online.imigration.go.id). The required documents are as follows:
- National passport that is valid and still valid for a minimum of 36 (thirty six) months;
- Proof of Funds in the form of an account owned by a foreigner or Guarantor with a value of at least IDR 2,000,000,000.00 (two billion rupiah) or equivalent;
- Recent color photograph with a size of 4 cm x 6 cm (four centimeters by six centimeters) with a white background; and
- Curriculum Vitae (Curriculum Vitae)
The non-tax state revenue (PNBP) rate for second home visas is IDR 3,000,000,- in accordance with the provisions in the Minister of Finance Regulation (PMK) Number 2 of 2022. Payment of PNBP rates for second home visas can be made outside the territory of Indonesia through the PNBP payment portal which available.
Widodo emphasized that this policy would come into effect 60 (sixty) days after the circular letter was issued.
“The message from the Minister of Law and Human Rights is that this latest immigration policy can provide convenience in supporting the acceleration of the National Economic Recovery (PEN),” he hoped.
Source: The website of the Directorate General of Immigration, Ministry of Law and Human Rights