The Directorate General of Immigration has released updates regarding Visitor Visa Stay Permit this May, according to the official website.
Single-Entry Visitor Visa
This type of visa with index B211A, B211B, and B211C that was issued before 16th April 2022 can only be granted a one-time extension of the stay permit with a maximum of 60 days. The applicant must apply at the immigration office and pay a stay permit fee of Rp2 million.
Meanwhile, holders of this type of visa with a stay validity of 60 and 180 days issued after 16th April 2022, cannot be granted a stay permit extension. A new onshore visa application must therefore be made following the current process.
Visa on Arrival/VoA
A Visa on Arrival can only be granted a one-time extension of the stay permit, with a maximum of 30 days. The applicant must apply at the immigration office and pay a stay permit fee of Rp500,000.
Foreigners or sponsors can still apply for a visitor visa within Indonesia (onshore visa), through the Online Visa Approval application.