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Key Points

  • Indonesia officially launched its remote work visa pathway on April 1, 2024

Overview of the Remote Work Visa

The government of Indonesia introduced the Remote Worker Visa (E33G) program on April 1, 2024. This visa permits eligible foreign nationals to live in Indonesia while working remotely for their overseas employer for up to one year, with the option to renew for another year. To qualify, applicants must be employed by a foreign company, earn a minimum annual income of USD 60,000, and provide evidence of adequate funds, among other requirements.

The introduction of the Remote Worker Visa reflects Indonesia’s recognition of the evolving nature of work and the increasing popularity of remote employment opportunities worldwide. By attracting remote workers, the program not only boosts the country’s economy through spending on local goods and services but also enriches cultural exchange and promotes tourism as participants explore Indonesia’s diverse landscapes and vibrant communities. Additionally, this initiative aligns with the government’s efforts to enhance the country’s digital infrastructure and position itself as a welcoming destination for global talent in the digital age.

Looking Ahead

Continue to check Indonesia’s government website for the latest updates and information.

Written by: Jessie Butchley, Global Immigration Writer, Envoy Global
Source: The Official eWebsite for the Government of Indonesia

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