Elimination of TA.01 (Reccommendation for VITAS- Limitd Stay Permit)

In accordance with the enactment of Permenaker No.16 2015 regarding the Procedures for Foreign Manpower, starting Monday, August 31, 2015 TA.01 (Reccommendation for VITAS- Limitd Stay Permit) process is being eliminated. Directly IMTA (Ijin Mempekerjakan Tenaga Kerja Asing or Work Permit will be processed after RPTKA (Rencana Penggunaan Tenaga Kerja Warga Negara Asing) – Expatriate

Implementation of New Manpower Regulation Regarding Procedures for Use of Foreign Labour

  On June 29, 2015 the Minister of Manpower of Repulbic of Indonesia issued a new regulation number 16 Year 2015 Regarding Procedures for Employment of Foreign Labour in indonesia (PERATURAN MENTERI KETENAGAKERJAAN REPUBLIK INDONESIA NOMOR 16 TAHUN 20I5 TENTANG TATA CARA PENGGUNAAN TENAGA KERJA ASING). This new regulation eliminated the regulation number 12 year

SKTT (Surat Keterangan Tempat Tinggal) – Residency Certificate for Foreigners Linving in Indonesia

In accordance with the Law of The Republic of Indonesia Number 23 Of 2006 about Population Administration, every foreigner who possess Limited Residence Permit (ITAS- Ijin Tiggal Terbatas) in Indonesia shall report to Regional Population and Civil Registration Department (Dinas Kependudukan dan Pencatatan Sipil) and obtain SKTT (Surat Keterangan Tempat Tinggal) – Residency Certificate no

Requirements to obtain Importer Identification Number (API- Angka Pengenal Importir) in Indonesia

The documents required to obtain API-P (Angka Pengenal Importir Produsen)/ API-U (Angka Pengenal Importir Umum) Importer Identification Number (Producer/General) are as follows: Fully filled application form (Form XV-A) signed by Director or Power of Attorney assigned by the Director of Company. Original Power of Attorney Letter signed by Director of the company to assigned another

Job Positions (Jabatan-Jabatan) which can or cannot be occupied by Foreign Workers in Indonesia

The Indonesian government is currently tightening the policies to regulate Foreign Workers (TKA-Tenaga Kerja Asing) in order to protect the Indonesian Labor by issuing regulations on Job Positions (Jabatan) which can be occupied by foreign workers. And provisions are being made to strengthen the knowledge base of Indonesian Labor by appointing them as Work Companion

DPKK – Dana Pengembangan Keahlian dan Keterampilan (Expertise and Skills Development Fund)

  DPKK – Dana Pengembangan Keahlian dan Keterampilan (Expertise and Skills Development Fund) is the compensation paid by Indonesian based companies or employers for hiring the foreign workers. DPKK is paid directly to the Department of Manpower (DEPNAKER), Indonesia (in accordance with the Manpower Act No. 13 Year 2003). This compensation is intended to support