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Additional outsourcing services in Bali

We'd like at VIVO ASIA want to make sure that expats can enjoy living and doing business in Bali without having to be afraid of problems with the Immigration.


How to avoid visa problems in Bali

For long term tourists, the solution is simple: extend your short stay visa in Indonesia, so it matches the length of your stay in Bali. However, moving to Bali permanently as an expat requires more thought. Planning is particularly important when you want to earn income on the island. Remember that whether you want to acquire a KITAS, a work permit, or you are experiencing visa problems in Bali, VIVO ASIA can help you. Contact us via the form below for a free consultation.


What to do when you have overstayed your visa in Bali

Another common immigration breach in Bali is overstaying one’s visa. Regardless of the reason, staying after your visa or stay permit expires, is a grave breach. By doing so, you will risk fines, blacklisting, or deportation, like happened to the Czech tourist who had ‘such a good time on the island’ he did not notice he’d been overstaying for 60 days. If you have stayed in Bali for longer than your visa allows, the consequences depend on how many days you have overstayed.


What to do when you are having Visa Problems in Bali

Their tropical dream job got an abrupt end when the couple was arrested for violating their residence permits (KITAS) and were soon after deported from Indonesia. According to the local officials, the two expats had work permits for being a president director and a sales manager when in reality, they were working as diving instructors. There are thousands of stories like Joseph and Hald’s. We at VIVO ASIA want to make sure that expats can enjoy living and doing business in Bali without having to be afraid of problems with the Immigration. However, if you are already experiencing visa troubles in Bali, VIVO ASIA can help you.

New regulation on overstaying a visa in Indonesia

Are you in a situation where your stay permit in Indonesia is about to expire? Or your visa in Indonesia has already expired, but you haven’t left the country? Make sure to get your visa documentation in order as soon as possible as Indonesia has significantly raised the daily penalty for overstaying a visa in Indonesia. In this article, we will guide you through exactly what you should do if you have—either on purpose or unintentionally—overstayed your visa in Indonesia.


Avoid getting deported from Indonesia

Deporting and blacklisting in Indonesia will follow once you fail to pay the fine while being in the country for less than 60 days. The same applies when you are in the country with a stay permit that is no longer valid and exceeds 60 days. However, blacklisting and sending out of the country is something you can prevent. Note that the Immigration officials in Indonesia are doing an excellent job at keeping their eye on any immigration-related violations. Besides, it is often a case of receiving a tip from someone, which leads the officials to check upon the documents of expats and foreign businesses.

How to get out of the blacklist when you’ve been deported from Bali

There are still many aspects to keep in mind. Read the common mistakes that can ruin your experience when hiring freelancers in Bali. There are many freelancers available for hire in Bali such as content creators, virtual assistants, developers, and more. When you hire freelancers, you can work alongside professionals who have skills and expertise that you don’t need on a full-time basis. Independent contractors may not be full-time members of your team but there are still many aspects to keep in mind to make sure the cooperation goes smoothly. Read below the common mistakes that can ruin your experience when hiring freelancers in Bali.



Get company registration services in Indonesia.

VIVO ASIA’s business registration and corporate compliance services help you incorporate your business in Indonesia.

Entity setup without physical appearance.

We set up the whole company without the physical presence of the owners, including the opening of a corporate bank account.

Assistance in entity selection

VIVO ASIA provides assistance in choosing the right company type for your business needs – including secondary licenses if required

Corporate secretary & Nominee Treasurer

We provide Corporate Secretary and Nominee Treasurer services – These are positions in a company required to be held by Indonesians.

Post-establishment services

We provide post-establishment services like payroll management and employee handling.

Hybrid Setups via virtual offices

VIVO ASIA also helps companies set up hybrid businesses for industries where remote work is suitable.

  • How long does it take before I can operate my newly established company?
    With Vivo Asia, it takes almost 4 weeks to establish a company.
  • What are the essential requirements to set up a company in Bali?
    For company registration in Bali, you’re required to have at least two shareholders and a capital statement letter.
  • Can I have 100% ownership?
    For foreign companies in Bali, there must be a minimum of 2 shareholders. In most cases, Indonesian legislation allows 100% foreign ownership but there are some exceptions.
  • How many KITAS can a company sponsor?
    The number of KITAS you can sponsor is not regulated by law. Any shareholder who fulfills the legal requirements is entitled to receive an investor KITAS.
  • Is there any limitation on how many shareholders or directors the company can have?
    No, there is no limitation. A company can have as many shareholders or directors as they want.
  • Do I have to prove the capital on the company’s account for company registration in Bali?
    No, a capital statement letter from Vivo Asia is sufficient to register a foreign-owned company in Bali. The capital can be transferred once the company is registered and a bank account is opened.
  • Are tax rates different for foreign-owned companies and local companies?
    The tax rates for foreign-owned companies are based on the company’s revenue and profitability, just like the tax rates for local companies. Therefore, tax rates are the same for Indonesian and foreign companies.
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