â¢Possess a passport or travel documents with more than 18 months remaining validity,
â¢Submit full identification (copy of all passport pages) and four passport photos 4 x 6 cm,
â¢Statement from Pension Fund Foundation or Bank from the country of origin (or Indonesia) of funds available, minimum of US$1,500 per month, to provide the applicant living expenses during the proposed stay in Indonesia (Total US$18,000 per year)
â¢Proof of medical/health Insurance, death insurance, and personal liability insurance in country of origin or Indonesia,
â¢Statement of living accommodation in Indonesia. Minimum cost of US$35,000 if purchased house/apartment or, a minimum rental cost of US$500/month in Jakarta, Bandung, and Bali; US$300/month for other cities in Java Island, Batam, and Medan, and other cities a minimum US$ 200/month.) in the tourist areas according to the regulations,
â¢Statement to declare employment of an Indonesian maid servant whilst living in Indonesia,
â¢Payment of Immigration Fee based on effective regulations,
â¢Sponsor letter from the appointed travel agency, costs to be paid by applicant,
â¢Statement agreeing not to engage in business activities or work for a living. You MAY NOT WORK in Indonesia on this visa!
â¢You may stay in Indonesia for one year on this visa, extendable for up to a maximum stay of five years.
You can enter first on a senior citizen tourist visa and then after a month apply for the limited stay permit (KITAS).
Even on a retirement visa, you will be liable to pay Indonesian personal income tax, taxed at the rate of 35% for incomes over 200m rp per year ($20,000).