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Electronic Immigration Stamps For Foreigners

Electronic immigration stamps (stickers) mainly foreign workers, who can now obtain their stay permit (ITAS) at the airport.

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ELECTRONIC IMMIGRATION STAMPS INTRODUCED BY MLHR REGULATION 28/2018

Ministry of Law and Human Rights Regulation 28/2018 introduces the use of electronic immigration stamps (stickers). These new stickers impact mainly foreign workers. Foreign can now obtain their stay permit (ITAS) at the airport. Below is an overview of the new type of stickers.

ENTRY STAMPS

Manual stamps, which are similar to the current stamps and which are provided to the following individuals:

  • Indonesian citizens;
  • Children who hold dual nationality
  • crew of ships, airplanes, and other types of transportation
  • Foreigners holding a Service or Diplomatic Stay Permit;
  • Holder of a Re-entry Permit (MERP);
  • Cross-border foreign passport holders;
  • Foreigners who enter Indonesian territory in an emergency, i.e: For humanitarian assistance in natural disaster areas within Indonesia or because their transportation vehicle (airplane, ship) has damaged the engine or bad weather, while their means of transport had no intention to stop in Indonesia

Electronic stamps/stickers are issued to foreigners who enter Indonesia using

  • Visa free visit;
  • Visit visa;
  • Visit visa upon arrival;
  • APAC business travel card;
  • Limited residence visa;
  • visa upon arrival;
  • Limited stay visa;
  • Visa-free visits by diplomatic or service passport holders;
  • Official or diplomatic visa

EXIT AND DENIED ENTRY STAMP

The Exit Stamps and Denied Entry Stamps have not changed and will remain a manual stamp.

STAY PERMIT STAMP

The current stay permit stamp will be replaced with a digital stamp/sticker. There are the following types of digital stamps/stickers:

  • extension of stay visit permit;
  • extension of limited Stay Permit (ITAS) and Re-entry Permit (MERP);
  • granting and extension of Water Limited Stay Permit (DASUSKIM) and Re-entry Permit (MERP);
  • permanent Stay Permit (ITAP);
  • granting a Re-entry Permit (MERP) for the holder of a permanent Stay Permit (ITAP);
  • extension of stay permit which is issued due to unforeseen circumstances (e.g. due to damage of a ship or airplane);
  • permission to leave the territory of Indonesia for holders of a limited Stay Permit (ITAS) and permanent Stay Permit (ITAP) who no longer live in the territory of Indonesia;
  • revocation of immigration documents for Foreigners who obtain citizenship Indonesia or died;
  • provision of immigration facilities for children of dual nationality;
  • list of crew of ships, airplanes, and other types of transportation; and
  • return stamp

STAMPS USED FOR IMMIGRATION ACTIONS

The deportation stamp has not changed and will remain a manual stamp.