Indonesia Train Transportation Policy during New Normal Covid-19 starting June 12, 2020

Besides Flight, the train in Indonesia also started to operated from 12th June 2020. But there’s some policy if you want to tranpsport by train in Indonesia. Here’s some policy from KAI (Kereta Api Indonesia), source: @kai121_ (Instagram):

Translations

Ticket purchase conditions:

  1. Ticket reservations can be reserved on D-7 before train departure for departures starting June 12, 2020.
  2. Ticket reservations are only reserved online through the KAI access application and other online channels.
  3. Ticket Sales offline service at the station is only for H-3 hours before train departure.

Train Travelling for people in the new normal adaptation period, for long-distance train passengers, the following terms and conditions are regulated as below:

  1. Present a PCR test certificate with negative results that are valid for 7 days or a certificate of rapid-test with non-reactive results that are valid for 3 days at the time of departure.
  2. Present a certificate of asymptomatic such as influenza (influenza-like illness) issued by doctors of hospitals / puskesmas for areas that do not have PCR test facilities and / or rapid tests.
  3. Passengers from / to the destination of Jakarta are required to have an exit and entry permit (SIKM) in the DKI Jakarta area, except for sectors that are excluded based on DKI Jakarta Governor Regulation no 47 year 2020.
  4. Passenger do not suffer from colds, colds, coughs and fevers.
  5. Must wear mask.
  6. Body temperature not more than 37.3 degrees celcius.
  7. Wear long-sleeves clothes or jacket.
  8. For local or commuter train passengers, only need to apply the provisions of points 4-7 above and must apply and comply with the health protocols established by the company.
  9. If during the boarding process is founded passengers who do not meet the above provisions, they are not permitted to travel on a train and tickets can be cancelled and get a full refund.
  10. The carrying capacity provided is regulated in stages starting at a maximum of 70% of the seating capacity.
  11. Passengers must follow and obey the instructions of the officer, either while at the station and on the train.

The list of Train that start operated from June 12, 2020 can be found here.

Citilink: Flight Policy during covid-19

Website: Citilink

About Regulation, click here (Indonesian Language)

Citilink membuka kembali beberapa rute penerbangan dengan tetap mendukung penuh:

  • Surat Edaran Menteri Kesehatan Nomor HK.03.01/MENKES/338/2020 tentang Protokol Kesehatan Penanganan Kepulangan WNI dan Kedatangan WNA dari Luar Negeri di Pintu Masuk Negara dan di Wilayah pada Situasi Pembatasan Sosial Berskala Besar (PSBB) – Info Lebih Lanjut
  • PM 18 Tahun 2020 tentang Pengendalian Transportasi Dalam Rangka Pencegahan Penyebaran Covid 19 dengan beberapa poin perubahan yang ditetapkan pada PM 41 tahun 2020 – Info Lebih Lanjut
  • SE 13 Tahun 2020 tentang Operasional Transportasi Udara dalam Masa Kegiatan Masyarakat Produktif dan Aman dari Covid 19 – Info Lebih Lanjut
  • SE No 7/2020 Gugus Tugas Percepatan Penanganan Covid 19 – Info Lebih Lanjut

Translations:

Citilink reopened several flight routes while continuing to fully support:

  • Statement of the Minister of Health Number HK.03.01 / MENKES / 338/2020 concerning Health Protocol for the Handling of Indonesian Citizens and the Arrival of Foreigners from Abroad at the Entrance of Countries and Regions in Situations of Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) — further information
  • PM 18 of 2020 concerning Transportation Control in the Context of Preventing the Distribution of Covid 19 with several points of change set at PM 41 of 2020 — further information
  • SE 13 of 2020 concerning Air Transportation Operations in the Period of Productive and Safe Community Activities from Covid 19 — further information
  • SE No 7/2020 Task Force for the Acceleration of Covid-19 handling — further information


KELENGKAPAN DOKUMEN PERJALANAN

Citilinkers (WNI/WNA) yang akan melakukan penerbangan harus memastikan hal-hal sebagai berikut : (Please make sure somet things below when you will make a trip:)

Rute Penerbangan
(Flight Route)
Surat Kesehatan dengan hasil tes rapid non reaktif atau PCR/ Swab negative

(Health Test Result with non-reactive rapid test or negative swab/PCR test)

(1)
Surat Kesehatan dengan hasil tes PCR/ Swab negatif

(Health Test Result with negative/PCR Test)











(2)
Formulir Kewaspadaan Kesehatan Provinsi Bali

(Bali Province Health Precaution Form)













(3)
Surat izin Keluar/Masuk Provinsi DKI Jakarta

(Exit / entry permit for DKI Jakarta Province)












(4)
Keberangkatan
(Departure)
Kedatangan
(Arrival)
InternasionalJakarta (CGK/HLP) tanpa transit/lanjutan
InternasionalDenpasar tanpa transit/lanjutan
InternasionalTujuan akhir domestik selain Jakarta (CGK/HLP), Denpasar & Balikpapan
DomestikJakarta (CGK/HLP)
DomestikDenpasar
DomestikBalikpapan
DomestikTujuan akhir domestik selain Jakarta (CGK/HLP), Denpasar, Surabaya & Balikpapan
DomestikTransit domestik untuk tujuan Internasional

Dengan detail setiap dokumen sbb.:

  1. Surat Kesehatan dengan hasil tes Rapid non-reaktif (berlaku maksimal 3 hari dari waktu diterbitkan) atau PCR/Swab negatif (berlaku maksimal 7 hari dari waktu diterbitkan) yang dikeluarkan oleh Fasilitas Kesehatan/Rumah sakit atau KKP.*
  2. Surat Kesehatan dengan hasil negatif untuk PCR/Swab test (berlaku maksimal 7 hari dari waktu diterbitkan) yang dikeluarkan oleh Fasilitas Kesehatan/Rumah sakit atau KKP.*
    *Apabila tes Rapid atau PCR/Swab tidak tersedia pada daerah asal, maka Citilinkers harus menunjukkan surat bebas gejala seperti influensa (influenza-like illness) yang dikeluarkan oleh Dokter Rumah Sakit/Puskesmas.
  3. Formulir Kewaspadaan Kesehatan Provinsi Bali. Info lebih lanjut
  4. Surat Izin Keluar /Masuk Provinsi DKI Jakarta. Info lebih lanjut

Translations:

With the details of each document as follows:

  1. Health Certificate with Rapid non-reactive test results (valid for a maximum of 3 days from the time of issuance) or a negative PCR / Swab (valid for a maximum of 7 days from the time of issuance) issued by a Health Facility / Hospital or KKP*
  2. Health certificates with negative results for the PCR / Swab test (valid for a maximum of 7 days from the time of issue) issued by the Health Facility / Hospital or KKP. *
  3. Bali Province Health Precaution Form. More info
  4. Exit / Permit Permit for DKI Jakarta Province. More info

*If a Rapid or PCR / Swab test is not available in the area of origin, Citilinkers must show a symptom-free letter such as influenza issued by a Hospital Doctor / Puskesmas.



Catatan

  • Bagi Citilinkers yang daerah asalnya tidak dapat memenuhi dokumen persyaratan sesuai dengan ketentuan rute tujuan, wajib mengisi Surat Pernyataan Perjalanan Dalam Masa Penanggulangan Penyebaran COVID-19 di Indonesia yang disediakan oleh Citilink melalui website/mobile app Unduh Disini
  • Citilinkers, mohon perhatikan persyaratan dari masing2 kota keberangkatan/tujuan.
  • Citilinkers wajib menunjukkan kartu identitas yang sah (KTP atau tanda pengenal lainnya)
  • Citilinkers wajib mengisi kartu Kewaspadaan Kesehatan (Health Alert Card/HAC) dilakukan secara online dengan mengunduh aplikasi e-HAC melalui playstore untuk perangkat berbasis android atau melalui situs http://sinkarkes.kemkes.go.id/ehac/ untuk perangkat berbasis iOS, atau hardcopy disediakan di check-in counter dan boarding gate sebagai cadangan.
  • Jika Citilinkers tidak dapat menunjukkan dokumen-dokumen tersebut pada saat check-in dan menunjukkan copy beserta aslinya, maka calon penumpang tidak diperkenankan untuk check-in/boarding.
  • Citilinkers yang melakukan web check-in diharuskan tetap melapor di boarding gate dan menunjukkan kelengkapan dokumen penyerta.
  • Bagi Citilinkers yang tidak memenuhi persyaratan sesuai dengan kriteria diatas, terdapat konsekuensi tindak lanjut sesuai dengan otoritas bandara setempat.
  • Citilink tidak bertanggung jawab atas kesalahan atau kekurangan dokumen persyaratan dan berhak untuk membatalkan perjalanan bagi Citilinkers yang tidak memenuhi persyaratan diatas.
  • Citilinkers dengan penerbangan dari Pontianak (PNK) wajib untuk melengkapi seluruh dokumen dengan 4 rangkap.

Translations:

Note

  • For Citilinkers whose original area cannot fulfill the required documents in accordance with the provisions of the route of destination, they must complete a Travel Statement for the Overcoming of the Spread of COVID-19 in Indonesia provided by Citilink through the website / mobile app. Download Here
  • Citilinkers, please pay attention to the requirements of each departure / destination city.
  • Citilinkers are required to show a valid identity card (KTP or other ID)
  • Citilinkers are required to fill out a Health Alert Card (HAC) done online by downloading the e-HAC application via playstore for android-based devices or through the site http://sinkarkes.kemkes.go.id/ehac/ for iOS-based devices, or hardcopy is provided at the check-in counter and boarding gate as a backup.
  • If Citilinkers cannot show these documents at check-in and show a copy along with the originals, prospective passengers are not allowed to check-in / boarding.
  • Citilinkers who do web check-in are required to keep reporting at the boarding gate and show the accompanying documents.
  • For Citilinkers who do not meet the requirements according to the criteria above, there are consequences of follow-up according to the local airport authority.
  • Citilink is not responsible for errors or lack of required documents and has the right to cancel trips for Citilinkers who do not meet the above requirements.
  • Citilinkers with flights from Pontianak (PNK) are required to complete all documents in 4 copies.


Citilink tidak bertanggung jawab atas kesalahan atau kekurangan dokumen persyaratan dan berhak untuk membatalkan perjalanan bagi Citilinkers yang tidak memenuhi persyaratan diatas

Citilink is not responsible for errors or lack of required documents and has the right to cancel trips for Citilinkers who do not meet the above requirements

Sriwijaya Air Group: Regulation policy during Covid-19

Website: Sriwijaya

Indonesia Language: website

KEBIJAKAN PENERBANGAN TERKAIT COVID-19

Merujuk Surat Edaran Gugus Tugas Percepatan Penanganan Covid-19 No. SE 7 Tahun 2020 Tentang Kriteria Dan Persyaratan Perjalanan Orang Dalam Masa Adaptasi Kebiasaan Baru Menuju Masyarakat Produktif Dan Aman Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), berikut kami sampaikan syarat dan ketentuan pembelian tiket exemption flight bagi penumpang Sriwijaya Air Group yang ingin melakukan perjalanan selama periode keberangkatan 8 Juni 2020-UFN.

Pembelian Tiket

  • Kantor penjualan Sriwijaya Air
  • Website
  • Mobile apps
  • Travel Agent (All Channel)

Persyaratan Pembelian Tiket

Penerbangan Domestik

Surat Keterangan Sehat Bebas dari COVID-19; setiap penumpang harus memenuhi persyaratan kesehatan dan harus memiliki surat keterangan sehat baik untuk pergi maupun pulang yang diperoleh dari dokter rumah sakit, puskesmas, atau klinik.

  • Surat Keterangan Tes Reverse Transcription–Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR), dengan hasil non reaktif/negatif/ pada periode maksimum 7 hari sebelum keberangkatan.
  • Surat Keterangan uji Rapid Test dengan hasil non reaktif/negatif pada periode maksimum 3 hari sebelum keberangkatan.
  • Surat Keterangan bebas gejala seperti influenza (influenza – like illness), bagi daerah yang tidak memiliki fasilitas PCR Test atau Rapid Test.

Identitas diri (KTP, SIM, Passport atau tanda pengenal lain yang sah)

Penerbangan Internasional

Keluar Indonesia

Mengacu kepada persyaratan dari otoritas negara destinasi/tujuan yang tersedia pada  Laman Resmi IATA

Masuk ke Indonesia

  • Setiap individu yang datang dari luar negeri harus melakukan PCR Test pada saat ketibaan, bila belum melaksanakan dan tidak dapat menunjukkan surat hasil PCR Test dari negara keberangkatan.
  • Pemerikasaan PCR Test perjalanan orang kedatangan luar negeri dikecualikan pada PLBN (Pos Lintas Batas Negara) yang tidak memiliki peralatan PCR, dengan melakukan rapid test dan menunjukkan surat keterangan bebas gejala seperti influensa (influenza-like illness), serta dikecualikan untuk perjalanan orang komuter yang melalui PLBN dengan menunjukkan surat keterangan bebas gejala seperti (influenza-like illness) yang dikeluarkan oleh Dokter Rumah Sakit/Otoritas Kesehatan.
  • Selama waktu tunggu hasil pemeriksaan PCR Test, setiap orang wajib menjalani karantina di tempat akomodasi karantina khuusus yang telah disediakan oleh pemerintah.
  • Mengunduh dan mengaktifkan aplikasi Peduli Lindungi pada perangkat seluler.

Pemeriksaan Sebelum Keberangkatan

  • Penumpang wajib datang lebih awal (minimal 3 jam sebelum keberangkatan) dan membawa dokumen perjalanan asli untuk dilakukan verifikasi data sebelum check-in.
  • Sriwijaya Air tidak bertanggung jawab atas kesalahan atau kekurangan dokumen persyaratan dan berhak untuk membatalkan penerbangan penumpang.
  • Tiket yang tidak sesuai persyaratan mengikuti ketentuan yang berlaku di internal Sriwijaya Air.

* Ketentuan dan kebijakan ini dapat dihentikan sesuai kebutuhan dengan melihat situasi perkembangan penanganan Covid-19 di tanah air.



Translations:

Flight Policy during Covid-19

Referring to Circular of Task Force for Handling Acceleration of Covid-19 No. SE 7 of 2020 concerning Criteria and Requirements for the Traveling of People in the Adaptation Period New Habits Towards a Productive and Safe Society of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), here we submit the terms and conditions for purchasing exemption flight tickets for Sriwijaya Air Group passengers who wish to travel during the 8 June 2020-UFN departure period.

Ticket Purchasing Place:

  • Sriwijaya Air sales office
  • Website
  • Mobile apps
  • Travel Agent (All Channel)

Ticket Purchasing Requirements:

Domestic Flights

Health Certificate negativ COVID-19; each passenger must meet health requirements and must have a health certificate both for going and back home obtained from a hospital doctor, health center, or clinic.

  • Certificate of Reverse Transcription-Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) Test, with non-reactive / negative results / for a maximum period of 7 days before departure.
  • Certificate of Rapid Test test with non-reactive / negative results in a maximum period of 3 days before departure.
  • Symptom-free Certificate such as influenza (influenza – like illness), for areas that do not have PCR Test or Rapid Test facilities.

Personal identification (KTP, SIM, Passport or other valid identification)

International Flights

Going Abroad

Refer to the requirements of the destination / destination country authority available on the IATA Official Website.

Going back to Indonesia from Abroad

  • Every individual who comes from abroad must carry out a PCR Test at the time of arrival if they cannot show the results of the PCR Test from the country of departure.
  • Examination of PCR Tests for trips of foreign arrivals are excluded from PLBN (Post-State Border Posts) which do not have PCR equipment, by conducting a rapid test and showing a certificate of symptom-free such as influenza (influenza-like illness), as well as being excluded for commuter trips through PLBN by showing a certificate of symptoms-free like (influenza-like illness) issued by the Hospital Doctor / Health Authority.
  • During the waiting time for PCR Test results, each person must undergo quarantine at the special quarantine accommodation provided by the government.
  • Download and activate the Pedulilindungi application on a mobile device.

Pre-Departure Screening Check

  • Passengers are required to arrive early (at least 3 hours before departure) and bring original travel documents for data verification before check-in.
  • Sriwijaya Air is not responsible for errors or lack of required documents and has the right to cancel passenger flights.
  • Tickets that do not meet the requirements follow internal regulations in Sriwijaya Air.

*These provisions and policies can be changed as needed by looking at the situation of the handling of Covid-19 in the country.

Please contact Sriwijaya Air for further information (available on their website) — (Call Center 24 Jam 021 292 79 777 – 0804 1 777 777)

Airasia: Indonesia Domestic and International Travel Requirements during Covid-19 Period

Credit: Airasia Official Website

INDONESIA DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

AirAsia is working closely with regulators, local governments, civil aviation and health authorities to step up all precautionary measures in the time of COVID-19 global outbreak. All guests are required to present the following documents:

DOMESTIC TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

All domestic guests are required to present the following documents before departure:

  1. Personal identification (KTP/ Passport).
    1. Health certificate in English that proves a Covid-19 negative RT-PCR result and is valid for a maximum of 7 days after its issuance by the health facility in the country of origin or non reactive Rapid Test results that is valid for 3 days or Health certificate showing no flu-like symptoms issued by a medical doctor from a hospital or public health facility for areas without PCR test/ rapid test facilities.
    2. Fill out an electronic health awareness card (e-HAC) before boarding. Please access via the e-HAC Indonesia application (Android) or http://sinkarkes.kemkes.go.id/ehac.
    3. Fill out AirAsia’s travel declaration form, please download here.
    4. Guests with flights to or from Jakarta must obtain entry permit or Surat Izin Keluar Masuk (SIKM) via https://corona.jakarta.go.id/id/izin-keluar-masuk-jakarta#11sektor
    5. Guests with Bali as end destination are required to present COVID-19 PCR results (not Rapid Test) with negative/ non reactive results to enter Bali, and complete this form https://cekdiri.baliprov.go.id/ 
    6. Required additional documents for guests who are eligible to travel (in accordance with COVID-19 Task Force Circular Letter Number 5 Year 2020):
  • Person working for the government or private institutions providing services related to COVID-19 mitigation, defense, security, social order, health, basic necessities, basic service support, or essential economic function
  1. A letter of assignment for civil servants, Indonesian National Armed Forces,  Indonesian National Police Corps signed by at least echelon 2 level officials.
  2. A Letter of assignment for employees of State/Regional-Owned Enterprises, Non-government institutions, and Business Institutions signed by the Directors/ Heads of Offices.
  3. Health certificate of either Reverse Transcription – Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) showing negative result valid for 7 days or Rapid Test showing non-reactive result valid for 3 days on departure.
  4. Health certificate showing no flu-like symptoms issued by a medical doctor from a hospital or public health facility for areas without PCR test/ rapid test facilities.
  5. A letter of statement affixed with a stamp duty signed by local headman for those who do not represent government or private institutions.
  6. Self identification card (National ID Card, or other valid official IDs)
  7. Present itinerary (departure date, schedules while in the assignment area, and return date).
  • Patients who need emergency health services or people whose immediate family member (parents, husband/wife, child, sibling) is seriously ill or died
  1. Self identification card (National ID Card, or other valid official IDs);
  2. An official death certificate;
  3. Referral letter from the hospital for a patient or person with serious illness;
  4. Health certificate of either Reverse Transcription – Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test showing negative result valid for 7 days or Rapid Test showing non-reactive result valid for 3 days on departure for family accompanying patient, person with serious illness, or the deceased; or
  5. Health certificate showing no flu-like symptoms issued by a medical doctor from a hospital or public health facility for areas without PCR test/ rapid test facilities.
  • Repatriation of Indonesian migrant workers, Indonesian citizens and students abroad, as well as the repatriation of people for special reasons by the government to their area of origin
  1. Self identification card (National ID Card, or other valid official IDs);
  2. Statement letter from the Indonesian Migrant Workers Protection Agency (BPPMI) or statement letter from Indonesian representative offices abroad for Indonesian migrant workers;
  3. Statement letter issued by University or School for students abroad;
  4. Health certificate of either Reverse Transcription – Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test showing negative result valid for 7 days or Rapid Test showing non-reactive result valid for 3 days on departure;
  5. Abiding all regulations on repatriation procedure of Indonesian Migrant Workers, Indonesian citizens, and Indonesian students abroad, and repatriation of people for special reasons by the government to their area of origin.

FLIGHT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Your health and safety is always our top priority. To ensure that the highest standards of safety and hygiene are maintained at all times, here are some of the safety measures AirAsia is taking on the ground and in the air:

  • Wear a face mask at all times

All guests are required to bring and wear their own masks before, during and after the flight, including during check in and bag collection. Guests without a mask will be denied boarding. 

  • Temperature screening

Temperature screening will take place at different checkpoints, including boarding gates. Cabin crew will also go through temperature checks after every shift.

  • Social distancing

Social distancing will be observed with floor markers at queuing areas, including check-in counters & kiosks. And another safety precaution will be alternate check-in counters to ensure sufficient distance, and we are also working to have contactless check-in processes as well. 

  • Web or mobile check-in and early arrival at the airport

Web or mobile check-in to reduce surface and physical contact in check-in and boarding processes. In addition, please arrive early at the airport – preferably 5 hours before departure – to allow for enough time for all the necessary processes to take place. Check-in kiosks and manual check in counters are still available.

  • Cabin baggage policy

We also have a new cabin baggage policy to facilitate social distancing especially during embarkation and disembarkation. You are allowed to bring onboard only one piece of carry-on bag that does not exceed 40cm (Height) x 30cm (Width) x 10cm (Length), such as laptop bag and hand bag, not exceeding 7 kg for each guest. More details are available here.

Luggage with more than the permitted cabin baggage limits must be checked in. This will help minimise unwanted contact between you and another guest’s baggage and vice versa. AirAsia provides free baggage allowance for domestic flights up to 15kg per passenger.

  • Pre-book your hot meals online

Inflight hot meals are not available for purchase onboard. You can pre-book your meals by logging into My Bookings at least 24 hours before your flight departure time. Only limited items such as chips, nuts, chocolate, and canned or bottled water will be available for sale onboard.

  • Aircraft cleaning

All of our aircraft go through regular disinfection procedures, which have been ramped up and enhanced in light of what we’re facing right now.

The cleaning, sanitising and disinfecting products that we use to clean our aircraft are all approved by the Public Health Authority as well as the aircraft manufacturer, which is Airbus in our case. All of our aircraft use HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Arresters) aircraft filtration system which filters 99.999% of dust particles and airborne contaminants such as viruses and bacteria.

See: Flying save with Airasia too in their website

NB: This requirements could change without further notice, please always cross check with the airlines before flight.

South Korea Multiple Visa

South Korea Visa?When people hearing about applying for South Korea Visa, a lot of people has already feel it’s complicated, because too many documents that needed for apply a visa. But here’s it is, this month I try to apply for South Korea Multiple Visa.

One of condition to apply Multiple Visa is, you had went to South Korea at least 1 times. And I have already been there 2 times before, so I decided to apply Multiple Visa.

At first, I plan to apply at the embassy directly. But after ask around, many multiple visa that applied via travel agent also has been approved easily. I live in Magelang, located at Central Java. So the fee to go to Jakarta is too expensive. So, I decided to apply via Travel Agent.

The other requirements is as same as when you are applying for Single Visa. I just modify my Sponsor Letter for multiple visa and give statement to why I want to apply for Multiple Visa. Everything is just addition, if you didn’t want to add them, it’s okay.


Multiple Visa Requirements:
1. Passport that still be used at least 8 months before expired and also old passport that have Korean Visa inside.
2. Copy of all pasport name, visa and stamp.
3. Copy of identity ID
4. Copy of Birth Certificate
5. Copy of Family Card
6. Sponsor Letter

example

7. Copy of Bank Reference
You can ask from the bank, usually they already have a format for it. Just make sure it is in English, and to Embassy of South Korea.

8. Copy of bank account transaction the last 3 months
If possible, please don’t add any significant amount between 3 months, if you wants to borrow some money from your parents, you can add it before 3 months. Or, you can borrow little amount by amount and don’t forget, make it beautiful (income, and outcome). There’s no rule how much do you need for the amount, just make it as you have job and live.

9. Copy of SPT Tahunan (annual tax yearly)
Some people said, if you didn’t have this, you can still apply by make statement if you didn’t have SPT PPT21 / annual tax letter, especially when you apply directly to embassy. But, if you apply from travel agent, they will ask you to provide it at least, maybe from your parents, brothers, or sisters. But if you really don’t have it, they are willing to proceed it, with applicant consent (approve or not is all by embassy, or if embassy ask for it, you have to be able to provide it later).

Statement letter didn’t have SPT PPH 21 / NPWP — example

10. Multiple Visa Statement Letter
I decided to make statement letter, with materai 6000 and my sign. So the embassy will be more trust me that I will always back to Indonesia before the maximum of stay. This letter is not mandatory.

example

11. 2pcs of Pas Foto 4x6cm / 3.5×4.5cm with background white.
My travel agent ask for 4x6cm Pas foto, but in application form it said 3.5×4..5cm. So you better ask your travel agent for it. In embassy, it also required 4x6cm.

12. Copy of deposit billing, credit card billing, five stars member, etc.
This is just additional, you don’t have to include it.

13. Copy of Flight Ticketing

14. Copy of Voucher Hotel

15. Copy of ItineryFor number 13-15, for travel agent, they wants this to be included, but in embassy, this is not mandatory.

If you want to try to apply directly in embassy, you don’t need the flight ticketing, voucher hotel and itinery. But remember, for SINGLE ENTRY, once the visa granted, it will expired after 3 months from the date it granted — for example, the single visa granted at 10 January 2017, so before 10 April 2017, you have to enter Korea —

Usually, the flight ticket has already very expensive. Many people buy the promo ticket which more than 6 months before departure. And the risk is, the visa is not granted. 

Because I plan to go on November 2018, and I have already had Flight Ticketing, and Voucher Hotel, so I send all of them. I still plan to go to South Korea on April 2019 for Cherry Blossom Festival, but I haven’t had ticket yet, so I didn’t mention about this in my letter.


That’s the requirements for applying Multiple Visa, which is the same when you apply for Single Visa.

For information,
Single Entry Visa: IDR 576.000 in Embassy
     via travel agent that I use to apply: IDR 850.000
Multiple Entry Visa: IDR 1.296.000 in Embassy
     via travel agent that I use to apply: IDR 1.600.000

Multiple entry visa proceed only 1 day once our documents enter the embassy. But if you apply via travel agent, spare about 1-1.5 weeks processing time because they need to send it first to Jakarta and send back.

You can check the application via Korean Application Visa Web.

The embassy received our application
application date: 12 September 2018, I check it on 13 September 2018 afternoon, and the status is APPROVED.

Multiple entry visa will get 5 years of South Korea Visa, with maximum of stays 30 days everytime you enter Korea.

It’s easy, as long as you provide all documents. So, Let’s go to Korea again and again for the next 5 years.

2014 KGSP-Graduate – The document package hasn’t arrived yet… :(

Because I’m out of town, so I don’t know if the Shipping company send the documents to my travel agency or not yet. But when I tracked it at the evening, it said that 3 o’clock at the evening, they just received from Jakarta.

I think, they will send it tomorrow. So, tomorrow morning, I will call them and ask them if the documents on the office or not. If the documents was on the office, I will pick it up by myself.

*cross finger*

I’m run with the time… XD

2014 KGSP-Graduate – Using Sworn Translator and Notary for Notarized the Documents

This morning I send the birth certificate scan copy to Mitra Penerjemah (http://mitrapenerjemah.com). And they said, it needs 1 to 2 days. But I ask them for 1 days. And they will try it.

And today I also decided to go to Notary at my hometown to get the degree and transcript notarized. The fee is 150.000 IDR for 4 page. (It’s cheaper than using legalized service).
I search the notary using google, and found 2 listed notary near my locations.

I go to the first, but pitily, the notary not at the desk because she is not Magelang person.

So I go to the second, and she willingly to give the notarized.



And after 1 hours, the documents has been notarized.

But how to give it to the Embassy? OMG~~~~~ I decided to ask Mitra Penerjemah first.

The Mitra Penerjemah said, that I have to legalized it at the University if I want to notarized it at Embassy. It’s not enough if only with notary.

So, I decided to try the worst. I send the email to Ms Kim and attached the notarized documents by notary, and ask her to receive it first before I notarized them at Embassy.

And now, I just can wait for the reply and received the worst. I thought if they still wants the documents notarized by Embassy, then I just try to go to university to legalized or give up. Because I read some KGSP Scholarship Students (http://ahmadnasikun.wordpress.com/2013/01/26/tips-and-tricks-for-kgsp-korean-government-scholarship-program-part-2/) that there’s no problem to notarized the documents only by notary.





At the evening, Ms Kim answer my email. She said that she received the documents, and will subtitute it temprorary until I send the original documents. Wait.. What? What’s that mean? If I’m not wrong, it means, that the notarized document by notary was accepted. OMG~~~.. So I don’t have to bring it to the embassy. Yipeee… I’m so happy.

She said, she will wait for the original even it’s already over the deadlines, but the most important is before the interview.

And I can’t wait to send it to them soon. Just wait for the birth certificate now.

2014 KGSP-Graduate – The documents has been arrived at Sookmyung Women’s University

I used EMS Korean Tracking, to see where is my documents.

–> http://www.koreapost.go.kr/eng/sub/EMS_Search.jsp?contId=e1020600

Now I just wait for the university to notice me via email. A lot of people said that they will notice us if they received the documents.

Renew My Passport (2) 2014 – Photo and Interview for my New Passport # Indonesia

Today, I went to Yogya to take photo and interview for my new passport. Yesterday, my brother has already made the payment at Bank BNI. And they give us the report. One was for the immigration office, and the copy was for us.

After arrive at Immigration office, we took the queue number for Photo and Interview. We got D95, and when we arrived, it’s just D24. Haha… Waiting for 70 people. T_T

But it took only approximately 1 hour. And after give the report of payment and appointment report to photo and interview to the locket, then we wait to be called.

First call is for Photo.
– No Glasses
– The ear must be shown on the photo.
– No bangs

After took the photo, then we scan our finger and wait again for the interview.

Second call is for interview.
Usually, the interviewer ask us about our identify (birthdate, our mother’s name, where do we live, what’s the purpose of making passport, etc). But, this time, no questions. They only ask me to check the name and birthdate. Then sign if it’s true.

Then they give us another report to take passport on March 19th, 2014, 3 workdays from the date we took photo and interview. Actually, at their website, it said, that 4 workdays after the date we took photo and interview, we can take the passport.

So, wait for another 1 week, then our passport will be available and can be used. 🙂

2014 KGSP-Graduate – Send the Document to Sookmyung Women’s University

Today, I plan to send the document for KGSP Program to Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul ~ South Korea.

– CheckList for Application Documents : OK (1 original + 3 copy)

– Application Form Korean University : OK (1 original + 3 copy)

– Introductions : OK (1 original + 3 copy)

– Study Plan and Future Plan : OK (1 original + 3 copy)

– Letters of Recommendation : OK (1 original only, because it sealed by the Profesor that I requested for Recommendation Letter. Don’t worry, the University will help us to copy another 3 copy)

– Pledge : OK (1 original + 3 copy)

– Personal Medical Assestment : OK (1 original + 3 copy)

– Degree & Transcript : OK (1 original + 3 copy) –> My degree and transcript was already at English, so I didn’t have to translate it. But I haven’t notarized it yet, because I don’t know how to notarized at Korean Embassy (the University ask me to notarized them at Korean Embassy when the 2014 KGSP Notice come out, and I send the email to them to make sure).

– ID Passport : OK (1 original + 3 copy)

– Parent’s ID (Passport) : OK (1 original + 3 copy) –> Put it inside small envelope, and marked the envelope as “Copy of Parent’s Passport”, because at the application documents, it didn’t give any information about your parents. This ID was used only to prove that you are not Korean.

– my CV : OK (1 original + 3 copy)

So everything is ready. I make the original put a transparant plastic and put inside 1 envelope. And the other 3 copy, each set put them at transparant plastic, and put all 3 set at 1 envelope. And I marked the envelope as Original & 3 set of copy.

Then put them together inside another envelope.

Don’t fold the documents, just let it 1 full page. So you need a big envelope.

I used airmail envelope to put all of them together, and use chocolate envelope with smaller size then the airmail so that they can fit inside the airmail envelope.

Just try to make everything nice, so when they open it, they will have 1st good reaction.

Write the address using computer and print it.

I use EMS to send the documents. It cost less than 200.000 IDR for approximately 400 to 500gram weight from my hometown. And it tooks 5 to 7 days.