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  • marcus
    Member
    • Jul 2008
    • 9247

    Originally posted by Shinta View Post
    (a) ... I got something I didn't get last year, I got a small card like a KTP attach to the passport with my photo, it is the kartu Izin Tinggal Terbatas,

    (b) They given me back the kartu biru which I guess doesn't have any use any more right?

    (a) The Kartu Izin Tinggal Terbatas is the KITAS . You said you "renewed" your KITAS , so you should have the KITAS (the card) before . It can be in paper or in plastic .

    (b) I think that if they gave it to you , maybe , they will use/request it later .

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    • lorettev3
      Member
      • Oct 2014
      • 25

      I'm looking for information about changing address while on the kitas.
      We will not only 'just' move, we move to a different province, meaning after the move we have a different immigration office.
      I have a few questions.

      1. Does my husband change his address on ktp first before we notice the current immigration office?

      2. Are there any costs at the immigration office for changing an address?

      3. Is it 'that' simple (only talking about changing address at immigration) as going into our current immigration with our documents plus new ktp, inform them and probably fill in some paperwork, then take those docs/paperwork to the new immigration to show our faces with the information of our moving?

      Thanks in advance

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      • marcus
        Member
        • Jul 2008
        • 9247

        Originally posted by lorettev3 View Post
        1. Does my husband change his address on ktp first before we notice the current immigration office?

        2. Are there any costs at the immigration office for changing an address?

        3. Is it 'that' simple (only talking about changing address at immigration) as going into our current immigration with our documents plus new ktp, inform them and probably fill in some paperwork, then take those docs/paperwork to the new immigration to show our faces with the information of our moving?

        I never did this , but I think :
        1. Immigration first . For Immigration , not informing them the address change is a crime (jail or fine) . I guess not having an updated KTP/KK is not a crime .

        2. No .

        3. I don't know exactly , but I suppose it is more or less that , except that I don't think the new KTP is necessary (a Surat Domisili , maybe) .

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        • Daniel50
          Member
          • Mar 2011
          • 45

          Can I get a break down of fees for the initial wife sponsored Kitas. I looked through some of the thread but did not find current fees for this. Thanks for all replies. I saw Marcus reply for KITAP.

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          • marcus
            Member
            • Jul 2008
            • 9247

            Originally posted by Daniel50 View Post
            Can I get a break down of fees for the initial wife sponsored Kitas...
            ITAS/KITAS (paper card / plastic card)
            1 year: Rp 800'000 / Rp 1'000'000

            Re-entry Permit : 1 year: Rp 1'000'000

            Data management (or similar) : Rp55'000

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            • Daniel50
              Member
              • Mar 2011
              • 45

              Originally posted by marcus View Post
              ITAS/KITAS (paper card / plastic card)
              1 year: Rp 800'000 / Rp 1'000'000

              Re-entry Permit : 1 year: Rp 1'000'000

              Data management (or similar) : Rp55'000
              Thanks.

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              • bad_azz
                Member
                • Feb 2011
                • 7175

                [COLOR=#333333][FONT=Tahoma] Originally Posted by lorettev3
                1. Does my husband change his address on ktp first before we notice the current immigration office?

                2. Are there any costs at the immigration office for changing an address?

                3. Is it 'that' simple (only talking about changing address at immigration) as going into our current immigration with our documents plus new ktp, inform them and probably fill in some paperwork, then take those docs/paperwork to the new immigration to show our faces with the information of our moving?

                [/FONT]
                [/COLOR]

                [COLOR=#333333]marcus: 'I never did this , but I think :[/COLOR]
                [COLOR=#333333]1. Immigration first . For Immigration , not informing them the address change is a crime (jail or fine) . I guess not having an updated KTP/KK is not a crime .[/COLOR]

                [COLOR=#333333]2. No .[/COLOR]

                [COLOR=#333333]3. I don't know exactly , but I suppose it is more or less that , except that I don't think the new KTP is necessary (a Surat Domisili , maybe) ."


                **3: move and then later change the KTP. Marcus is correct.[/COLOR]
                Cicak Magnet

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                • pinoyindonesia
                  Member
                  • Jun 2016
                  • 3

                  Hi I am Filipino marriage indonesian citizen..now i want to live with my wife in indonesia..currently we are leaving in saudi arabia and i am his sponsor here aswell my daughter indonesian citizen. We are legally marriage..can you tell to me where is immigration in ceribon city jawa bara and process to get Kitas. I am applying now social budaya visa sponsor by my wife and after what i will do? We are leaving in ceribon city any people have experience in ceribon getting kitas?

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                  • Jaime C
                    Member
                    • Jan 2011
                    • 5235

                    Originally posted by pinoyindonesia View Post
                    Hi I am Filipino marriage indonesian citizen..now i want to live with my wife in indonesia..currently we are leaving in saudi arabia and i am his sponsor here aswell my daughter indonesian citizen. We are legally marriage..can you tell to me where is immigration in ceribon city jawa bara and process to get Kitas. I am applying now social budaya visa sponsor by my wife and after what i will do? We are leaving in ceribon city any people have experience in ceribon getting kitas?
                    Your message is a bit confusing.

                    You say you want to live with your wife in Indonesia, and that you are his sponsor in Saudi Arabia. I'm sure you mean her sponsor.

                    There are large threads about getting a Kitas. Getting the right social visa, etc, is detailed there. Most of the time you need to get this outside of Indonesia.

                    Getting a formal job in Indonesia might be more difficult than you imagined. I have heard of some employment reciprocity among Asian nations, but don't know the specifics.
                    Sasa Bule is having a bayi!

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                    • marcus
                      Member
                      • Jul 2008
                      • 9247

                      Originally posted by pinoyindonesia View Post
                      (1) ... my daughter indonesian citizen.

                      (2) ..can you tell to me where is immigration in ceribon city jawa bara

                      (3) and process to get Kitas. I am applying now social budaya visa sponsor by my wife and after what i will do? ...

                      (1) Your daughter may get also your citizenship (dual citizenship) .

                      (2) Jl. Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa No. 51 Cirebon 45153 , RT/RW 03/04, Kedungdawa, Kedawung
                      Email: [email protected] , Phone: (0231) 488-282
                      Note : Immigration in many cities usually don't take your call neither answer emails .

                      (3) See here : http://kanimcirebon.com/wna/ , "ALIH STATUS ITK ke ITAS" .
                      Note : Some data may have changed , for example the fee already changed to Rp 855'000 (paper card) / Rp 1'055'000 (plastic card) . They will probably make you get also the one year MERP/Re-entry Permit which cost Rp 1 million .

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                      http://www.livinginindonesiaforum.or...=5217#post5217 (post no.4 , sample of sponsor's letter for a Sosial Budaya/Family Visa)

                      http://www.livinginindonesiaforum.or...s+Kuala+Lumpur (how to get a Sosial Budaya in KL)


                      http://www.livinginindonesiaforum.or...2841#post72841 , (post no.128 , example of converting Sosbud into KITAS)
                      Note : Nowadays you can deal with Jakarta's Directorate General by courier/mail (do not need to go there personally) .
                      Last edited by marcus; 13-06-16, 10:54.

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                      • pinoyindonesia
                        Member
                        • Jun 2016
                        • 3

                        Originally posted by Jaime C View Post
                        .Your message is a bit confusing.

                        You say you want to live with your wife in Indonesia, and that you are his sponsor in Saudi Arabia. I'm sure you mean her sponsor.

                        There are large threads about getting a Kitas. Getting the right social visa, etc, is detailed there. Most of the time you need to get this outside of Indonesia.

                        Getting a formal job in Indonesia might be more difficult than you imagined. I have heard of some employment reciprocity among Asian nations, but don't know the specifics.
                        Sorry for wrong grammar Mr. But I am not finding job in Indonesia I want tosettle in Indonesia and make our own business.. I want only to ask if somebody have experience in Cirebon city getting Kitas and where is exact location.
                        Last edited by pinoyindonesia; 14-06-16, 16:01.

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                        • pinoyindonesia
                          Member
                          • Jun 2016
                          • 3

                          [QUOTE=marcus;487776](1) Your daughter may get also your citizenship (dual citizenship) .

                          (2) Jl. Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa No. 51 Cirebon 45153 , RT/RW 03/04, Kedungdawa, Kedawung
                          Email: [email protected] , Phone: (0231) 488-282
                          Note : Immigration in many cities usually don't take your call neither answer emails .

                          (3) See here : http://kanimcirebon.com/wna/ , "ALIH STATUS ITK ke ITAS" .
                          Note : Some data may have changed , for example the fee already changed to Rp 855'000 (paper card) / Rp 1'055'000 (plastic card) . They will probably make you get also the one year MERP/Re-entry Permit which cost Rp 1 million .

                          ------------------------------

                          http://www.livinginindonesiaforum.or...=5217#post5217 (post no.4 , sample of sponsor's letter for a Sosial Budaya/Family Visa)

                          http://www.livinginindonesiaforum.or...s+Kuala+Lumpur (how to get a Sosial Budaya in KL)


                          http://www.livinginindonesiaforum.or...2841#post72841 , (post no.128 , example of converting Sosbud into KITAS)
                          Note : Nowadays you can deal with Jakarta's Directorate General by courier/mail (do not need to go there personally) .[/QUOTE
                          Brother thank you.. very useful.

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                          • ayah7777
                            Member
                            • Jun 2016
                            • 6

                            On the official Immigrasi website http://www.imigrasi.go.id/index.php/...s-itas#general, it is stated that 1) itas can be obtained from either a B211 visa or a vitas; 2) no guarantor letter is required for the spouse itas as there is an exemption - there is also no mention of a requirement for bank account statements; and 3) an itas can be issued for up to two years. Can anyone confirm that these points are actually put into practice? Particularly point one, as there were some earlier posts indicating that only vitas conversions were now being processed in some regions. I'm planning to apply in Bali.
                            Last edited by ayah7777; 19-06-16, 22:01.

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                            • ayah7777
                              Member
                              • Jun 2016
                              • 6

                              But then I found this page on the same site, now I'm totally confused.... Seems to require both the guarantee letter and bank account statements. http://www.imigrasi.go.id/index.php/...a#requirements

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                              • kris10dee
                                Member
                                • Sep 2015
                                • 24

                                SocBud to KITAS w/KIPEM problems in Denpasar KanIm

                                [COLOR=#333333]I just wanted to let people know that we spent a morning last week at KanIm talking w/Pak Candara, and the following morning at KanWil talking with Pak Djunizar—and were told by both men that [/COLOR][COLOR=#333333]a SocBud visa [/COLOR]cannot[COLOR=#333333] be converted to a KITAS using a KIPEM. According to Pak Candara, this is because Jakarta is denying these applications due to the fact that KIPEMs are given out w/o any control from Jakarta. Our options were explained to be: 1) apply for a VITAS in Jakarta, and once I get my telex, re-enter Indonesia via Medan for the KITAS; or 2) go to Medan and get my SocBud-KITAS conversion done there. Of course option 3 is to buy land in Bali and have my husband's KK/KTP moved to Bali, as that is what our particular banjar requires.

                                Today, however, we spoke with an agent (unmamed) here in Bali, who actually called her 'friend' in Jakarta to check if this conversion is possible, as she claimed—and lo and behold!—we found out that we can indeed get my KITAS using my husband's KIPEM!

                                So the story is: as long as we pay the agent fee of 5 juta, we can move forward.

                                Now, to me that sounds like the agents and Pak Candara at KanIm Renon have got something going on! Perhaps this is this old news...but we found it to be a rather extraordinarily blatant case of corruption...wow...[/COLOR]

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