Indonesia E Visa For Pakistani

In order to obtain E-visa, you need to pass some test and submit the required documents. In case you are planning to travel to Indonesia through e-visa, then make sure that you carry the required documents and fill the online application form with accurate data. For the convenience of our clients, we have designed an easy process that can be completed in a few minutes. If you still face any problem regarding your visa home then you can easily contact us.

As we have discussed above that visa is very important for a tourist when he/she is traveling abroad to any country.A tourist can apply for a visa from the authorized site of the country or he/she can apply from the home country but it will take more time. So Pakistani people who want to travel abroad to Indonesia for certain purposes such as business, conference, mas1terial visiting etc. they must need an E-Visa form which is also known as Electronic Visa form.It has been said that Pakistani people are collecting their E-Visa form online before travel date and they go to Indonesia with ease and security.

Indonesia E Visa For Pakistani

If you are looking to start a business in Indonesia or looking to take your current business to the next level then you need to apply for e-visa.


Indonesia has now issued electronic visa or e-Visa. To obtain the e-Visa, you must have a local sponsor in Indonesia. Your sponsor should apply for the e-Visa on your behalf. When approved, you will receive the e-Visa by email.

Please ask your sponsor to go to for details.

Information on Immigration ‚ÄčRegulation during COVID-19 regulasi imigrasi covid-190001.PDF

The e-Visa is valid for travel into Indonesia, without additional documents from the Indonesian Embassy in Islamabad. You still have to comply with the health protocols and submit relevant documents, which include:

  1. A valid medical certificate from the local health authority and the COVID-19 negative PCR test result. Both documents must be issued within seven days prior to your arrival date in Indonesia;
  2. A statement of willingness to go into quarantine (mandatory or voluntary), pay for the expenses that occur during quarantine, comply with the prevailing laws and regulations, and willingness to be monitored by the local health authorities;
  3. A health insurance that covers the medical expenses of COVID-19 treatment, or a statement of willingness to pay for all the expenses that occur during the treatment.

In accordance with the Regulation of the Minister for Law and Human Rights Number 26 of 2020 on Visa and Stay Permit in the New Normal (Permenkumham 26/2020), entry into Indonesia is possible for holders of the following documents:

  1. Official Visa;
  2. Diplomatic Visa;
  3. Visitor Visa;
  4. Temporary Stay Visa;
  5. Official Stay Permit;
  6. Diplomatic Stay Permit;‚Äč

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