Izin Tinggal Terbatas (ITAS)

  1. Limited stay permit is given to:
    1. Foreigners who enter the Indonesian territory with the limited stay visa (VITAS) or convert from a visit permit ( B211 index visa) for following purposes:
      1. as investors;
      2. as experts;
      3. as clergy or clerics;
      4. to enrol for education or training participants;
      5. to conduct scientific research;
      6. for reunion with a spouse who is a KITAS holder;
      7. for reunion of children of a foreign national with his/her Indonesian national father and/or mother who have a legal family relationship;
      8. for reunion of children under 18 year old and unmarried with his/her father and/or mother who are KITAS holders;
      9. as a foreigner who formerly held Indonesian nationality; and
      10. as a tourist over the age of 55 years. (Special condition apply to this category)
    2. A child who is born in Indonesian territory while his/her father and/or mother are KITAS holders.
    3. Ship captains,  crew or any foreign scientists working on a marine vessel, floating structure or installation operating in Indonesian waters and its jurisdiction according the laws. 
    4. Foreigners who are married with an Indonesian spouse
    5. Children of foreigners who are married with Indonesian spouse
  2. Short Term Workers; The limited stay permits is required for foreigners for short-term-engagement;
  3. Limited stay permit will expire due to:
    1. Return to foreigner’s home country or another country with no intention of re-entering Indonesia;
    2. Return to foreigner’s home country and not re-entering Indonesia before the expiry date of re-entry permit;
    3. Obtaining Indonesian citizenship;
    4. Expiry of the permit date;
    5. Conversion of limited stay permit to permanent stay permit;
    6. Cancellation of the KITAS by the Minister or appointed immigration officer;
    7. Deportation; or
    8. The event of decease of stay holder.