Minister of Law and Human Rights Regulation No. 22 of 2023: further details of the Visas and Stay Permits Foreigners require to enter and stay in Indonesia
Issue 21, November 2023
Following our previous advisory on Government Regulation No. 40 of 2023, we now bring you an update with Ministerial Regulation No. 22 of 2023 (MOLHR Reg. 22/2023) issued on 24 August 2023. This regulation acts as a detailed implementation of the earlier government regulation, focusing on visas and stay permits in Indonesia.
In our new advisory, we explain the significant expansions in permissible business visitor activities and adjustments in several immigration requirements based on specific activities outlined in MOLHR Reg. 22/2023. This regulation is essential for expatriates and employers planning to visit or send their business representatives to Indonesia, particularly in making sense of the latest immigration developments.
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