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Obtaining Working Permits and Visas in Indonesia.

To stay legally within Indonesia for personal or work or you have to get a permit that is commonly referred to as a KITAS. To be eligible for a working visa KITAS, you will need to have a sponsor, which must be a company registered in Indonesia. Our team of experts in Bali can guide you through the process and ensure that your application is processed smoothly and efficiently.


Immigration & Visas

Navigating Indonesia's immigration system can be challenging due to its constantly changing regulations. At VIVO ASIA, we have a decade of experience helping foreign travelers and business owners obtain their stay and work permits with ease. Trust us to make the process hassle-free for you.

  • 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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