Visa of the Republic of Indonesia:

A Visa of the Republic of Indonesia may be issued in the form of an official stamp, a sheet of paper inserted into or attached to a passport, an ordinary card, or an electronic card. The type of visa issued shall be based on the visa application.

Visa applications may be done by proxy. Please note that the Indonesian Embassy in Prague does not receive any application through mail or online.

A visa application should be submitted to the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Prague during its Visa and Legalization Working Hours http://www.indonesia.cz/consularvisa-service/consular-section-office-hours/

Visas should be used within 90 (ninety) days, calculated from the date of issuance.
Any foreign national who fails to use a visa within this designated period of time or losing his/ her visa, must submit a re-application for a new visa. 

 

Competent Authorities and Officials:​

The Immigration Attaché at an Embassy or Consular Office of the Republic of Indonesia or other designated official (hereafter, Visa Officer) is authorized to issue or reject Diplomatic or Service Visa applications in accordance with the decision of the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

The Visa Officer is authorized to issue or refuse requests for Visit Visa, in accordance with the decision of the Director General of Immigration on behalf of the Minister of Justice.

The Director General of Immigration may fully authorize the Visa Officer to issue or reject applications for Visit Visas.

The Visa Officer shall have the full authority to grant a visa to a foreign national who is in possession of a national passport or other valid travel document.

The Visa Officer, upon the approval of the Director General of Immigration, shall grant a visa to an individual not in possession of a national passport or other travel document (a stateless person).

Admission to Indonesia remains under the authority of the Immigration Officer at the port of entry.