Permanent Stay Permit

Permanent Stay Permit given to foreigners as:
  1. Clergymen;
  2. Workers;
  3. Investors;
  4. Tourists increase foreign princes;
  5. Family with husband or wife holder of Permanent Stay Permit;
  6. Merge with the parents of Permanent Stay Permit fot children under 18 (eighteen) years old and unmarried; and
  7. Ex citizens of Indonesia;
  8. Joining a spouse of an Indonesian citizen whose marriage age has reached a minimum of 2 (two) years;
  9. joining a father or a mother for a foreign national child having a familial legal relationship with an Indonesian parent's father or mother; and
  10. Children under 18 (eighteen) years old and not married form foreigners who are legally married to Indonesian citizen;
  11. Permanent Stay Permit for Foregners as foreigners, workers, investors and foreign tourists are provided with provisions of the relevant Foreigner already in the Territory of Indonesia for at least 3 (three) consecutive years from the date of issuance of Limited Stay Permit.
  1. Application Letter;
  2. Guarantee Letter;
  3. Letter of Attorney with materai stamp;
  4. Curriculum Vitae;
  5. Copy of passport ID, arrival sign (stamp), limited stay permit visa and stamp of previous limited stay permit;
  6. Copy of sponsor’s ID Card and Family Registration Card;
  7. Application Form (will be given in immigration office);
  8. Copy of Permanent Stay Permit/KITAP and SKTT (Letter of Domicile) or KTP WNA (Foreign ID Card).
  1. Investors:
    1. Company’s deed of establishment ;
    2. Letter of Recommendation from Badan Koordinasi Penanaman Modal (Investment Coordinating Board);
    3. NIB (Business Identification Number);
    4. NPWP (Taxpayer Registration Number);
    PS:

    Investor sponsored by company must have minimum 1 billion shares

    Investor sponsored by others must have minimum 10 billion shares

  2. Workers:
    1. RPTKA (Foreign Manpower Utilization Plan);
    2. IMTA (Working Permit)*
    3. NPWP (Taxpayer Registration Number);
    4. Company’s deed of establishment;
    5. NIB (Business Identification Number).

    *IMTA (Working Permit) can be replaced by payment proof of DPKK (Mandatory Skill Development Fund) and notification of working permit application processing from Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration

  3. Clergymen:
    1. Letter of Recommendation from Ministry of Religious Affairs;
    2. RPTKA (Foreign Manpower Utilization Plan);
    3. IMTA (Working Permit)*
    4. Religion Foundation’s deed of establishment.

    *IMTA (Working Permit) can be replaced by payment proof of DPKK (Mandatory Skill Development Fund) and notification of working permit application processing from Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration

  4. Student and Researchers:
    1. Letter of Recommendation from Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education or Ministry of Education and Culture;
    2. Letter of Recommendation from Ministry of the State Secretariat for foreigners receiving scholarship from Indonesian Goverment;
    3. For researcher, letter of recommendation from Ministry or Goverment Institution in charge of research or related institution.
  5. Family Reunification
    1. Indonesian/ Foreign Spouse:
      1. Marriage certificate translated into Indonesian Language by certified translator except written in English;
      2. Letter of Marriage report from Civil Registry Office;
      3. RPTKA (Foreign Manpower Utilization Plan);
      4. IMTA (Working Permit)*
      5. Copy of Permanent Stay Permit Card of spouse.
    2. PS:

      Applied by Indonesian spouse for Foreigner marrying Indonesian Citizen

      Applied by Guarantor for Foreigner marrying Foreigner

    3. Children joining Indonesian/ Foreigner parents:
      1. Birth certificate translated into Indonesian Language by certified translator except written in English;
      2. Marriage certificate translated into Indonesian Language by certified translator except written in English;
      3. Letter of Marriage report from Civil Registry Office;
      4. Copy of Permanent Stay Permit Card of father or mother.

    *IMTA (Working Permit) can be replaced by payment proof of DPKK (Mandatory Skill Development Fund) and notification of working permit application processing from Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration

  6. Elderly:
    1. Travel Agent Business License from Ministry of Culture and Tourism;
    2. Copy of bank accounts or proof of pension with enough amount of money to live in Indonesia;
    3. Copy of health insurance and life insurance that’s liable in Indonesia;
    4. Proof of renting accommodation (house);
    5. Statement letter of employing a housekeeper.
  7. Repatriation:
    1. Documentary Evidence from Indonesian Embassy of losing Indonesian citizenship;
    2. Evidence in the form of official documents issued by the republic of indonesia government stating that the person concerned is a former Indonesian citizen (Indonesian Passport, Indonesian ID card, Birth Certificate).
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