INDONESIAN PASSPORT

Indonesian Passport (Paspor Indonesia) is a travel document issued by the Government of Indonesia to Indonesian citizens only, residing in Indonesia or overseas. Since February 6, 2006 biometric passport are electronic passport (e-passport) issued according to the international standards established by ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization).

The application of biometric passports is an attempt to combat the forms of forgery most commonly encountered by Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, especially regarding passports of Indonesian migrant workers. Effective from 26 January 2011, Indonesian Immigration Authority (Kementrian Hukum dan HAM RI) is scheduled to launch the e-passport. The launch of newly implemented e-passport is limited in three immigration offices, those are Immigration Office Class I Jakarta Barat (West Jakarta), Immigration Office Class I Special Soekarno-Hatta and Immigration Office Class I Jakarta Pusat (Central Jakarta).

Types of Passport

Ordinary Passport

This passport is issued by Directorate General of Immigration, Ministry of Justice and Human Rights. It can be obtained at any immigration office in Indonesia and at Indonesian embassies and consulates overseas. The passport contains either 24 or 48 pages and is valid for 5 years.

Diplomatic Passport

This passport is issued by Ministry of Foreign Affairs for diplomatic missions.

Service Passport

This passport is issued by Ministry of Foreign Affairs for public servants on official travel.

Documents Required

For Indonesian citizens living inside Indonesian territory:

  1. Copy of Identity Card (KTP)
  2. Copy of Family Register (Kartu Keluarga)
  3. Copy of Birth certificate
  4. Copy of marriage certificate or diploma
  5. Copy of baptismal certificate
  6. Letter of Recommendation from work or Sponsorship letter from overseas company
  7. Indonesian naturalization letter for Foreigners who obtained Indonesian citizenship through naturalization
  8. Name change certificate in case of change of name in passport

For Indonesian citizens living outside Indonesian Territory:

  1. Local state identity cards, proofs, instructions and information which indicates that the applicant reside in the country
  2. Old passport.

For Replacement of Ordinary Passport in case of Lost or Damaged:

  1. Report of loss of passport from local police
  2. Copy of Identity Card (KTP)
  3. Copy of Family Register (Kartu Keluarga)
  4. Copy of Birth certificate
  5. Copy of marriage certificate or diploma
  6. Copy of baptismal certificate

For Replacement of Ordinary Passport in case of Expiry or Pages finished:

  1. Original Old Passport
  2. Copy of Identity Card (KTP)
  3. Copy of Family Register (Kartu Keluarga)
  4. Copy of Birth certificate
  5. Copy of marriage certificate or diploma
  6. Copy of baptismal certificate

5 Comments

  1. Other than the above types of Indonesian passport, I understand that there is a special version for Indonesian domestic helpers working in Hong Kong. Is there any travel restrictions in using this version of passport, such as getting a Visitor Visa to the United Kingdom?

    • hi , I have the same issue , my friend have a domestic helper passport, she tried to change to public passport but the administration at jakarta won’t give to her.
      she can’t apply for uk visa in this case .
      I m looking for information as well
      thanks

  2. I WANT TO RENEW MY WIFE’S INDONESIAN PASSPORT
    PLEASE TELL ME IF YOU PROVIDE ANY SERVICE FOR THAT
    LET ME KNOW TIME TAKEN IN THE PROCESS, DOCUMENT REQUIRED AND CHARGES FOR THE SERVICE

  3. Hi,
    My wife lost her passport in Jakarta, she has all original documents except for kk (family card) she just has a photocopy of it. She married to me against her family and now she is stranded in Jakarta. Is it possible to make her new passport without original kk.
    Regards and thanks

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