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Bali Visa Options for Short to Medium Stays

I have had a few people ask me recently about visas for staying longer than the usual tourist visa length, but not a long term visa so I decided to write a blog post about the various options. Indonesia offers a free visa for people from 169 countries. It is fairly safe to say most […]

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Visa concerns for long term stay in Bali

An article popped up in my news feed titled “Visa concerns for Australians living in Bali provide an unwanted reality check“. The headline obviously caught my attention. The article was talking about an internal immigration memo put out by the head of immigration in Bali, which I wrote about here on October 24. At the […]

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What is causing the ATM problems now in Bali

Starting on October 1st many people traveling and living in Bali, suddenly found they could no longer withdraw cash from ATMs in Bali using their ATM card. With no news or announcements from the banks, various theories started to spread around the internet about what was or still is, causing the problem. Some of the […]

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Indonesia to scrap tourist visa fees in 2015?

Reports are circulating that Indonesia might be scrapping tourist visa fees in 2015. The countries being proposed to get free visas include Australia, China, Japan, South Korea and Russia. Indonesia’s tourism minister Arief Yahya told reporters: “These five countries are Indonesia’s major markets, with big potential to grow.” The tourist visa fee (VOA) is currently […]

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Bali visa options for FIFO workers

Bali is becoming a popular place FIFO (fly-in, fly-out) workers. Typically the family and kids live in Bali, while the FIFO worker commutes back between their workplace and Bali. The family staying in Bali, has several visa options including the social visa and student KITAS, for the kids going to school. The visa on arrival […]

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Price of Visa on Arrival to rise from US$25 to $35

The price of the visa on arrival (VOA) is expected to rise from US$25 to $35 per person, starting from July 3, 2014. The odd thing is that there has been almost no news regarding the price increase in the mainstream media.  However, you can see the new prices on the immigration website: http://www.imigrasi.go.id/index.php/berita/berita-utama/478-perubahan-biaya-pelayanan-keimigrasian-berdasarkan-pp-no-45-tahun-2014 For […]

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A Belated Happy New Year from baliexpat.com

I would like to first of all wish everyone a belated Happy New Year 2014! I spent the first few days of the new year in bed with some kind of fever. Fortunately all better now and looking forward to the start of a new year. I always like the feeling of a new year. […]

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Work and Jobs in Bali

Almost everyday I receive emails from people asking how to find work in Bali, so I thought I would write an article on the challenges foreigners face. Some countries are quite open about allowing foreign workers, believing it can help with skill shortages and providing industries with a range of qualified and skilled workers to […]

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