Have you fallen in love with Bali and wish to make this beautiful island your home? Well, now you can easily do so with the Indonesia Second Home visa.
What Is the Indonesia Second Home Visa?
It’s a limited-stay permit that allows the holder and his/her family members to stay in Bali for up to 5 or 10 years. This visa is not a working permit so you won’t be able to work with any Indonesian or Indonesian-registered company while in the country.
You would, however, be permitted to invest in various projects within the country as an investor, or conduct businesses that would contribute to the country’s economy. You could also just travel throughout Indonesia’s many breathtaking destinations as an Indonesia Second Home Visa holder.
Who Can Apply For The Indonesia Second Home Visa?
Any foreign nationals aged 19 and above can apply for the Indonesia Second Home Visa. Whether you’re a business owner, a student, an entrepreneur, an investor, a retiree or just someone who wants to live in Bali while exploring Indonesia, this is a great option for you.
If all of the above sounds good to you, then let’s take a look at the requirements for an Indonesia Second Home Visa.
What Are the Requirements For Indonesia Second Home Visa?
Please prepare the following to begin you and your family’s application for the Indonesia Second Home Visa:
Next Steps In Applying For An Indonesia Second Home Visa
Once you have all of the above ready and complete, we will submit your application to the Indonesian Immigration Department. The application process would include:
Your Indonesia Second Home Visa Is Currently Being Processed – What’s Next?
Once all documents are completed, we’ll upload your files to the immigration system.
Upon approval, we’ll send the e-Visa to your address.
With the e-Visa, you can now enter Indonesia which will activate your e-Visa – there is no need to go to the Indonesian Embassy in your city.
Upon your arrival in Indonesia, you have 90 days from the date of your arrival in Indonesia to create a bank account in your own name. The recommended bank is a state-owned bank such as Bank Mandiri, BNI Bank, etc. You must have a minimum balance of IDR 2,000,000,000 in your local bank account.
Another option is to buy a house with a minimum value of IDR 2,000,000,000.-
Once you have the bank reference or proof of property ownership from the National Land Agency, we can report proof of funds to the Bali immigration office according to your residential address.
Reporting must be done within 90 days of arrival in Indonesia.
Documents required for Proof of Funds:
Do you want to receive more information about this visa? Please use the contact form below and we will forward this to a visa agency. They will contact you and update with more details.