The Indonesian government reviews immigration fees around every 3 years, with the last review in 2015. Therefore, it is no surprise that they have finally released a new fee table. In general the fees are now higher. In particular, the overstay penalty has been increased to Rp 1 million per day ! Beyond the overstay penalty, we review the immigration fees that you may commonly encounter. So, after several months of speculation and rumours the overstay penalty is now confirmed to increase from IDR 300,000 per day to IDR 1,000,000 per day if you overstay your visa (any visa).

Indonesia overstay penalty increased to 1 million rupiah per day. Foreigners who are overstaying their visa by not more than 60 days incur a penalty of Rp 1 million per day.

This change was confirmed in the Presidential Decree 28 from the year 2019 concerning the types and rates of of non-tax revenues.

These changes will start from 3 May 2019 onwards.

The maximum days you are allowed to overstay are 60 days. If you overstay by more than 60 days (incurring a 60 million penalty) then you will need to go to court and a prison sentence or additional fine may be given to you along with blacklisting so you cannot return to Indonesia for a certain length of time.

Always remember when counting the days of your stay (generally 30 days if you are on a tourist visa) to make sure to include day 1 and day 30 (the day you actually arrive, and the day you actually leave). Also, if you arrive at the airport at say 10pm and you flight is scheduled to depart at 12:30 then that is counted as another day because it is past midnight. OTHER VISA INCREASES

Visa and Stay Permits The fee for a Sosial Budaya (Social Cultural) visa remains USD 50. However, the fee for extensions is now Rp 500,000. Previously it was Rp 300,000.

Other immigration fees for visas and stay permits are now as follows: Visit Visa (Visa Kunjungan,Social Cultural Visa)USD50 Multiple Entry Visa (Visa Kunjungan Beberapa Kali Perjalanan)USD110 Visa on ArrivalIDR500,000VITASUSD150 Visa approval from DitJenIm (Telex)IDR200,000 Visit Permit (Ijin Kunjungan) within IndonesiaIDR500,000 Visit Permit extension 30-days (Social Cultural visa extension)IDR500,000 Visit Permit extension 60-days (Social Cultural visa extension)IDR750,000 KITAS, KITAP and Multiple Re-Entry Permits (MERP):

Immigration no longer issues non-electronic versions of these.

Consequently, the fees are all for electronic versions:

KITAS 1 yearIDR1,500,000

KITAP 5 yearsIDR5,000,000

KITAP 5 year extensionIDR5,000,000

KITAP unlimited time extensionIDR10,200,000

Multiple Exit Re-Entry Permit (MERP) 1 yearIDR1,000,000

Multiple Exit Re-Entry Permit (MERP) 2 yearsIDR1,750,000

Indonesian Passports: There is no longer an option to get a 24 page regular passport. All fees are for 48 page passport.

Also, they have now added an official fee for same day service.

Regular passport, 48 pages IDR 350,000 Regular e-passport, 48 pages IDR 650,000 Same day service for passport IDR 1,000,000

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