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A person who will deposit funds in a state-owned bank or purchase property in Indonesia. Carry business and investment activities

E33 – Second Home Visa

A person who will deposit funds in a state-owned bank or purchase property in Indonesia.


  • IDR 35,000,000

Length of Stay

  • 5 years (Extenable)

Processing Time

  • Up to 60 business days.

With this visa you CAN

  • Engaging in activities related to tourism, and visiting family or friends,
  • Bringing family members to live in Indonesia as long as it complies with immigration laws and regulations,
  • Entering and leaving the territory of Indonesia as long as the Re-entry Permit is still valid.

You must

  • Report on the compliance of commitments within 90 days after date of entry.
  • Be financially sufficient during your stay in Indonesia.
  • Comply with all visa conditions and Indonesia laws.
  • Work for the purposes of the Indonesian Government.

Visa Validity

  • This visa must be used within 90 days from the date of issue.
  • Please note that the visa validity period of the visa is different from the period of stay, kindly check your visa for the period of stay Information.

Document Requirements

  • Valid Nationality Passport at least 6 (six) months.
  • Proof of living expenses of at least US$ 2,000 (two thousand US Dollars) or equivalent.
  • Latest color photograph.
  • Statement of commitment that must be accomplished within 90 days after the date of arrival, such as:
    • Deposit funds in an account under the name of the Foreigner at a state-owned bank with a value of US$ 130,000 (one hundred thirty thousand US Dollars), or
    • Purchase property in Indonesia such as an apartment/flat house with a value of US$1,000,000 (one million US Dollars).

Other information

  • If you meet the conditions, you will automatically obtain the Electronic Limited Stay Permit (e-ITAS) and the Re-Entry Permit upon arrival at the Immigration Checkpoint (you do not need to go to the immigration office to obtain a Limited Stay Permit and Re-Entry Permit).
  • Staying in Indonesia over the period of your stay permit, engaging in prohibited activities, not complying with visa conditions, and/or not complying with Indonesian laws may result in you paying fines, being deported, and/or other legal charges.
  • In addition to the electronic limited stay permit, the limited stay permit also has a physical card available at the immigration office.


  • Please be aware that international bank transfers can take up to 5 business days to clear in Bali.
  • Please be aware that business day does not include public holidays and weekends.
  • Processing of your application will commence only after the funds have successfully cleared into our account.

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