To do Voluntary work or do your internship in Indonesia, you are obligated to have a Visa (Index B211A). Without this visa WINS will not accept you as a volunteer.
This visa applies to those who will visit Indonesia for the purpose of official government activities, tourism, social and cultural activities, sports and family visit.
The government requires foreigners, who want to travel to Bali, to have a B211A visa through an authorized visa agent.
For an offshore voluntary program e-visa B211A arrangement, please provide the requirements:
1. Scanning/photo passport cover;
2. Scanning/photo passport identity page, minimum validity 12 months;
3. Scanning/photo round trip or through ticket / itinerary (no required to buy the ticket yet);
4. Scanning/photo colored photo.
With these documents you can apply for your Visa.
You will have to apply on-line with the help of our Authorized Visa Agent.
He is able to assist you with all the documentation and application process.
The process from the Visa application submission to Visa approval takes 4 weeks.
If the application is approved, you will receive an e-Visa by email. Please print the e-Visa prior to your departure.
The costs, including Company Sponsorship, agency fee, immigration costs and embassy fee: IDR 3.950.000.
The Visa/B211A grants you an initial stay of 60 days in Bali, followed by 2 possible extensions, each for an additional 60 days, bringing your total stay to a maximum of 180 days.
For the first and second extensions, documents must be submitted 10 days before visa expiry day, the other extensions have to be initiated 14 days before the expiry date.
To extend your visa, you need to report to the local Police and Immigration Office in Denpasar. Our Visa agent in Bali can assist you with this.
Our Visa Agent is CV Bali Solusi Bisnis.
Bali Solusi will help you to to handle your visa application or extensions with the Local Police Department and the Immigration Office in Denpasar.
Please be aware that this sponsorship makes the Sponsor responsible for your wellbeing.
The local authorities will see the Sponsor as the sole contact point especially in case of any problems.
The Sponsor should therefore always be informed about you legal documentation such as: visa extensions, passports and other documents.
Diverting from the established legal process can bring trouble to the Sponsor, since it is considered to be the responsible entity.
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