INDONESIA – Introduction of Remote Worker Visa 

April 17, 2024

By: Patricia Clarino

Starting April 1, 2024, the Indonesian government has introduced the E33G Remote Worker Visa initiative. This visa would allow foreign nationals to live in Indonesia while working remotely for their overseas employer for up to one year, which is also extendable for an additional year.

To qualify, individuals must be employed by a foreign entity, earn a yearly salary of no less than USD 60,000, and provide a personal bank statement with a minimum balance of USD 2,000 or equivalent, among other prerequisites.

Remote worker visa holders are not allowed to carry out any income generating activities locally or work for or with any local companies in Indonesia.

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