Can you live in Indonesia?
Indonesia Directorate General of Immigration (DGI) officially launched the Second Home Visa policy on October 25, 2022. The policy is listed in Circular Number IMI-0740.GR.01.01 of 2022 About the Granting of a Second-Home Visa and Temporary Stay Permit.
The Second-Home Visa is for foreigners or ex-Indonesian citizen who wants to live and contribute to the growth of the Indonesian economy. By holding this visa, foreigners can stay up to 5 (five) or 10 (ten) years and perform any activities such as investment and other activities. Second-Home Visas also aimed to attract elderly people to revel in their retirement in Indonesia.
On the other hand, the launching of this policy is also to support the implementation of the G-20 summit in November. Confidently, the policy of Second-Home Visas could attract more foreigners, entrepreneurs, and also business owners from around the world to visit Indonesia. Indonesia DGI also expects this policy to contribute positive impacts on Indonesia’s tourism recovery in near future.
This policy is bringing good news for those who are planning to live and invest in wonderful Indonesia which carries out so much potential for investors and entrepreneurs. Hopefully also for Indonesian citizens to have a better economic climate in the future.
Foreigners or ex-Indonesian citizens can apply easily for this visa through the website (visa-online.imigrasi.co.id). The rate for Second-Home Visa is IDR 3,000,000 based or €192. Acting Directorate General of Immigration, Widodo Ekatjahjana said, the policy will apply effectively 60 days after launch.
This policy could be one of the alternative for you who wants grow your business here in the country. Or for retirement option as well.
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