Diplomatic & Service/Official Passport

 

Indonesian government until now has held visa-free agreements for holders of Diplomatic Passport and Service/Official Passport with 47 countries, including Bangladesh, as stated in the table below:

No Country Free Visa Period
1 Austria, Republic of 30 days
2 Azerbaijan, Republic of 30 days
3 Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of 30 days
4 Argentine Republic 30 days
5 Bosnia and Herzegovina 30 days
6 Brazil, Federative Republic of 14-30 days
7 Bulgaria, Republic of 30 days
8 Belarus, Republic of 30 days
9 Bangladesh, People’s Republic of 30 days
10 Croatia, Republic of 14 days
11 China, People’s Republic of 30 days
12 Cuba, Republic of 14 days
13 Cambodia, Kingdom of 14 days
14 Colombia, Republic of 30 days
15 Emirates, United Arab 60 days
16 Ecuador, Republic of 14-30 days
17 French Republic 30 days
18 Hungary 30 days
19 India, Republic of 30 days
20 Iran, Islamic of Republic of 14-30 days
21 Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of 14 days
22 Korea, Republic of 14 days
23 Kazakhstan, Republic of 30 days
24 Kyrgyz Republic 30 days
25 Lao People’s Republic 14 days
26 Moldova, Republic of 30 days
27 Mongolia 30 days
28 Macedonia, Republic of 30 days
29 Myanmar, Republic of the Union of 14 days
30 Paraguay, Republic of 30 days
31 Peru, Republic of 30 days
32 Pakistan, Islamic Republic of 30 days
33 Poland, Republic of 30 days
34 Portuguese Republic 30 days
35 Russian Federation 14-90 days
36 Serbia, Republic of Renew Process
37 Slovak Republic 30 days
38 Sri Lanka, Democratic Socialist Republic of 30 days
39 Swiss Confederation 30 days
40 Slovenia, Republic 30 days
41 Suriname, Republic of 30 days
42 Turkey, Republic of 14 days
43 Tunisian Republic 30-60 days
44 Thailand, Kingdom of 30 days
45 Timor Leste, Democratic Republic of 30 days
46 Vietnam, Socialist Republic of 30 days
47 Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of 30 days

 

*) The following information may be revised without any prior notice. Please check for updates at Immigration of Indonesia Official Website.

Nationals of the Republic of Indonesia and nationals of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, holding valid diplomatic or service/official passport, shall not be required to obtain a visa to enter, transit and stay in the territory of either Country for a period which does not exceed 30 (thirty) days from the date of entry.*) The following information may be revised without any prior notice. Please check for updates at Immigration of Indonesia Official Website.

Below are the Document of  Agreements:

  1. Agreement On Visa Exemption for Holders of Diplomatic & Service/Official Passports. (English)
  2. Agreement On Visa Exemption for Holders of Diplomatic & Service/Official Passports. (Bahasa Indonesia)
  3. Presidential Decree. (Bahasa Indonesia)

Requirements:

  • Fill up 1 (one) copy visa application form using visa online application;
  • Valid passport or travel document with at least 6 (six) months validity for Single Entry Visa and at least 18 (eighteen) months validity for Multiple Entry Visa, from the date of submission;
  • 2 (two) recent colour passport size photographs with red background;
  • Proof of the Note Verbale;
  • Copy of the passport;
  • Proof of the Original Ticket;

NOTES:

  • Delivery of the visa are 3 working days.
  • Application must be submitted at least 2 (two) weeks prior to the date of departure.
  • No additional / extra fees.

*ANY INQUIRY REGARDING CONSULAR (VISA) PLEASE EMAIL TO: pk@indonesia-dhaka.org

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