Incorporation of Foreign Company Representative Office (KPPA & KP3A) in Indonesia

Foreign Company Representative Office (KPPA- Kantor Perwakilan Perusahaan Asing) is an office incorporated by an overseas company to represent itself in Indonesia. Foreign Company Representative Office usually has limited functionality and generally are prohibited from directly engaging in operational activities; signing contracts; issuing official invoices, receiving payments from its clients, and directly engaging in any…

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REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL DRIVING LICENSE (SIM INTERNASIONAL) IN INDONESIA

The documents required to process International Driving License in Indonesia are as follows: 1. Completed application form (provided and completed at the time of lodgment) 2. For Indonesian citizen – original ID CARD (KTP) and 2 copies. For Foreigners – Original KITAP (Permanent residence permit Card) and 2 copies (KITAS holders not eligible for International…

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Now Making Passport in South Jakarta Immigration is More Straightforward

South Jakarta Immigration Office made ​​a breakthrough in making passport process much simpler. Now the passport applicants will be able to pay directly for Passport fee with debit cards, credit cards, or cash through the equipment available in Immigration office. Since the month of July 2014 the Passport applicants has been given the ease the payment process…

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RPTKA (Rencana Penggunaan Tenaga Kerja Warga Negara Asing) – Expatriate Manpower Utilization Plan

Every expatriate who wish to work in Indonesia must obtain Work Permit, which consist of various legal documents obtained from the different government institutions (i.e. Manpower Department, Immigration etc). The first step to obtain a Work Permit is to submit RPTKA (Rencana Penggunaan Tenaga Kerja Warga Negara Asing) or Expatriate Manpower Utilization Plan to Manpower…

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Open and Closed Business Sectors for Investment in Indonesia

To promote the local business activities Indonesian government have imposed some restrictions on the foreign investments to the country. Not all type of business sectors are open for foreign investors. On May 25, 2010, the Indonesian government issued Presidential Regulation No. 36 of 2010 on Negative Investment List (DNI), which is further amended on 23 April 2014 to Presidential…

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