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Work Permit Services in Indonesia

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Gene On Biotech
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Greenhouse is the simplest way to engage qualified work permit service providers in Indonesia

Do not let obtaining work permits to slow down you expansion process. We use technology to simplify an otherwise painfully traditional process or procuring work permit and visa services.


  • Leverage our curated network to get immediate recommendations
  • Review work permit service provider qualifications
  • Pricing in full transparency
  • Get connected to service providers fast
  • Your project starts in 1-3 days

The Traditional Process

  • Take loads of time to search, contact, compare, and qualify service providers
  • Email and call to negotiate rates
  • Read through the fine print
  • Pay in full upfront
  • Your project starts only after 30-60 days

Apply for a work permit in Indonesia or any other corporate services you may need.

Our service providers are equipped to handle your work permit applications and any other corporate services in Indonesia from start to finish. Sit back while they get your company up and running.

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You can’t run a healthy, successful business without having your books in order. Our network of partners have the necessary expertise to support you across the entire Asia Pacific region.

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Bank Account Setup Service Cards

Bank account set up

Open a business account when you're ready to start accepting or spending money as your business. A business bank account helps you stay legally compliant and protected.

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Company Formation Service Cards

Company Registration

The incorporation process typically takes 1 to 7 days in developed and 1 to 3 months in emerging markets. To avoid going back and forward hire a professional to guide you.

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Corporate Secretarial Service Cards

Corporate secretarial

Corporate Secretarial Services assists you to manage and mitigate risks of corporate non-compliance. In some markets such services are mandatory in other just recommended.

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Nominee Director Service Cards

Nominee director services

A company director is the responsible person for ensuring that the company complies with all local legislation. He/She is the liable person if the company is negligent or doing things in violation of the company director requirements.

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Service Card - Business Address

Registered business address

A business registered address is the official address of an incorporated company. Generally it will form part of the public record and is required in most countries where the registered organization is incorporated.

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Still researching work permit services in Indonesia?

We've put together a few guides on what you need to know about work permit applications in Indonesia.

FAQs about work permit services in Indonesia

Updated 22 January 2021

What’s the difference between a limited stay work permit (KITAS) and a business visa?

A limited stay work permit (KITAS) allows you to work and get a salary in Indonesia. It’s the best option if you want to work as a foreign employee in Indonesia, but it has more requirements that you and your company will need to fulfill.A business visa is for meetings or appointments in Indonesia, and has less requirements. However, a business visa is a short-term option for visits into Indonesia and doesn’t allow you to work or get a salary in the country.

Do I need a limited stay work permit (KITAS) to work in Indonesia?

If you want to work and get a salary in Indonesia, then a limited stay work permit (KITAS) is your best option.A business visa is a good short-term alternative if you just want to meet partners or research the market. However, it doesn’t allow you to get a salary in Indonesia.

When do I have to leave Indonesia after I get my visa?

If you register a limited stay work permit (KITAS), you can leave and enter the country whenever you want until your KITAS expires.

If you get a single-entry business visa, you can stay for up to 60 days in Indonesia with up to four extensions of 30 days per visit. However, if you leave the country before that, your visa expires and you have to get a new one.

If you get a multiple-entry business visa, you can stay for up to one year in Indonesia for 60 days per visit. You have to leave the country between each visit, but you don’t have to apply for a new visa.

Can all my team members get a limited stay work permit (KITAS)?

According to Indonesian regulations, your company can only sponsor a limited number of KITAS applicants depending on how many local employees you have. We can help estimate how many applicants your company will be able to sponsor.

Foreign companies expanding to Indonesia usually get a KITAS for a director or co-founder who will work full-time in Indonesia. You can have other team members temporarily come to Indonesia with business visas, but they won’t be able to get salaries in the country.

How long does a limited stay work permit (KITAS) last?

A director or person stated in your company documents can have a 12-month period limited stay work permit (KITAS) before they have to extend it.

Meanwhile, foreigners in managerial positions or below can apply for 6-month limited stay work permits (KITAS).Both types can apply for up to five extensions every 12 months.

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