All foreigners must have a valid visa to live in Indonesia. Citizens of certain countries have visa-free status for short visits of up to 30 days.
Procedures for gaining residence status in Indonesia are complicated because of how laws are implemented. There is no uniform way of getting, for example, KITAS residency status. Each provincial immigration office interprets the law differently, has their own procedure, and can demand extra fees beyond the legal fees.
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