News article | 07-21-2021 | 12:11
Travel to indonesia
On February 9, 2021, Indonesian authorities decided to extend travel restrictions to enter the country.
These restrictions include, among others:
- A negative PCR test no later than 72 hours before departure from the Netherlands for all travelers (including minors and infants);
- Upon arrival at the IND, a new PCR test will be carried out followed by an eight-day quarantine in a hotel;
- During the hotel’s quarantine, two additional PCR tests will be performed. If the results of these tests are negative, you will receive a release letter from the authorities to return home;
You can find more information here.
New regulations regarding visas and residence permits during the new normal can be found here.
Covid-19 in Indonesia – PPKM announced
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On July 1, President Joko Widodo announced that an emergency PPKM would go into effect in Java and Bali from July 3 to 25, 2021.
The following restrictions apply, among others:
For more information on PPKM.
Update: No vaccine needed for foreign travelers for domestic travel
Vaccination for domestic travel to Indonesia is no longer required for foreign travelers:
For more information, click here.
Despite the current COVID situation, the embassy’s consular services are still being maintained. In addition to MVV applications (studies, highly qualified migrant and official partners of the Dutch), passport applications can be submitted, civic integration exams can be taken, declarations (by mail) and legalizations can be requested. All transactions at the counter at the Embassy are by appointment.
Due to PPKM (Restrictions on Community Activity), Visa Application Centers (in Jakarta, Bali and Surabaya) are closed from July 3 to July 20. For more information: bit.ly/nlvisavfs
For any questions and advice, please send an email to [email protected]
Stay healthy and safe!
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