Second Home Visa
Bali & Indonesia
What is the Indonesia Second Home Visa?
The Indonesia Second Home Visa (Visa Rumah Kedua) is a new residency visa category allowing foreign nationals to live, work, and invest in Indonesia for a period of 5 or 10 years. This long-term residency visa will facilitate particular groups of foreigners, including investors, travelers, and retirees willing and able to contribute to the economy. Holders of the visa will be able to apply for the same for their children, husband/wife, or parents.
Minister for Law and Human Rights Yasonna Laoly announced the start of the scheme, which aims to attract business people and investors from around the world to do business in Indonesia.
“Foreigners only need to apply one submission for one visa, one Limited Stay Permit and one Re-Entry Permit altogether. Then, when they enter Indonesian territory through the immigration checkpoint, their Second-Home Limited Stay Permit will be automatically issued and sent electronically to their emails,” Laoly said.
Non-Indonesian citizens or their guarantors can apply for the Second-Home Visa through the Indonesian Directorate General of Immigration’s app.
Applicants need to show proof of funds of 2 billion rupiahs ($128,000) or that they own property in Indonesia. Even though you cannot own land in Indonesia, you can lease the land and own the property that is built on the land.
The applicants are also required to pay a non-tax state revenue charge of 3 million rupiahs, which can be paid outside the territory of Indonesia through the non-tax state revenue online payment portal.
Indonesia Second Home Visa requirements
The requirements for the Indonesia Second Home Visa are as follows:
- copy of a passport valid for a minimum of 36 (thirty-six) months
- proof of funds in the applicants’ or sponsors’ bank account (must be placed in an Indonesian government-owned bank) of at least IDR 2,000,000,000 (USD 127,563) or equivalent
- a recent color photograph (4 x 6 cm) with a white background
- latest curriculum vitae