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INDONESIA: Annual Manpower Reporting

November 28, 2022

Indonesian companies with foreign employees must submit an Annual Manpower Report to the Ministry of Manpower by 10 January 2023.

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INDONESIA – ASTAKA Required for Short Term Work Permit

November 10, 2022

The MOM in Indonesia is requiring employers to maintain ASTAKA insurance for foreign national employees on short-term work assignments of six months of less.

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INDONESIA: Issuance of Special Recommendation Discontinued

October 11, 2022

Indonesia’s Investment Authority (BKPM) has announced the removal of the special recommendation application from the relevant government agencies prior to lodging a work permit in the country and this takes effect from 8 October 2022. What has changed? Due to the pandemic, the Indonesian government has introduced additional requirements to be met for bringing in […]

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INDONESIA: New Regulation on Job Titles for Foreign Workers

September 27, 2019

Effective immediately, the Ministry of Manpower has issued a regulation specifying more than 2200 permitted job titles in 18 sectors for foreign workers in Indonesia (Decree No. 228 of 2019).

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INDONESIA: Amendments to Regulations for Work Permit Exemption for Foreign National Shareholders in Indonesian Companies

August 21, 2019

Foreign national shareholders in Indonesian companies who also work as Directors or Commissioners for the same company qualify for an exemption.

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INDONESIA: New Residence Procedures for Foreign Workers

June 19, 2019

Foreign workers are no longer able to undergo biometric collection and obtain permits on arrival at Soekarno Hatta airport in Indonesia.

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INDONESIA: Reduced Number of Embassies for Limited Stay Visa Collection

January 11, 2019

Effective 9 January 2019, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) and the Directorate General of Immigration (DGI) in Indonesia have reduced the number of embassies and consulates where the Limited Stay Visa (VTT) can be collected from 65 to 22.

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INDONESIA: Change to Validity of RPTKA

December 11, 2018

Effective 10 December 2018, an RPTKA in Indonesia can only be valid for up to two years initially, rather than five as previously. After two years, the RPTKA can be extended for another period of two years, and after this for another one year.

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INDONESIA: Changes to Work Immigration Rules Take Effect

November 5, 2018

On 1 November 2018, Regulation 10/2018 of the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) took effect in Indonesia.

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INDONESIA: Further Details of Upcoming Regulations for Hiring Foreign Workers [UPDATED]

October 25, 2018

At a meeting of the US-ASEAN Business Council in Jakarta in early October 2018, attended by the Ministry of Manpower and the Directorate General of Immigration, it was stated that the implementation date of the new regulations would be 1 November 2018, and that a trial would be started on 15 October 2018. However, as of 24 October 2018, no trial period has begun and Immigration officers at the airport do not know when the implementation will begin.

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