The process of obtaining a Second Home Visa/Stay Permit in Indonesia, in accordance with the Director General of Immigration Regulation No. IMI-0820.GR.01.01 of 2022, involves several meticulous steps. Firstly, foreign nationals or their sponsors must submit an application, including essential documents such as a passport with a minimum validity of 36 months, a statement letter confirming possession of at least IDR 2 million, or a property ownership certificate, along with a photo ID. Furthermore, it is crucial to demonstrate sufficient financial proof, which can be in the form of a bank statement or account proof stating a deposit of IDR 2 billion in a state-owned bank account, or a property ownership certificate. This application must be submitted to the immigration office within 90 days of the issuance of the Second Home Visa/Stay Permit.
In addition, financial aspects require attention. There is a tariff payment of IDR 3,000,000 that must be made in person (offline). If the applicant or the foreign national unable to make this payment, the guarantor can handle it. The Second Home Visa/Stay Permit is issued in electronic form and sent via email to the applicant. This document serves a dual purpose as a residence permit and re-entry permit and will be issued at the Immigration Checkpoint upon arrival in Indonesia. By comprehending and adhering to these procedures correctly, foreign nationals can enjoy extended stays in Indonesia in accordance with the prevailing regulations, opening doors to new opportunities and experiences in the country.
Source: Guidelines on Foreigners’ Property Ownership in Indonesia