Student Limited Stay Permit (KITAS).

Cost of Living
Talent Migration


Students need to apply for limited stay permit (KITAS) on the basis of study in Indonesia.

Application Process:

  • The VITAS (Limited stay visa) should be applied prior to arrival at Indonesia.
  • Upon arrival, the VITAS should be converted to KITAS (on the basis of study).
  • The Study Permit Recommendation Letter should be obtained.
  • EPO (Exit Permit Only) can be applied upon completion of the course of study.

NOTE: Students can also continue their study for five years and apply for KITAP (Permanent Residence Permit) to settle in Indonesia.

Also note: The following countries will require a calling visa (prior approval for KITAS) - Afghanistan, Guinea, Israel, North Korea, Cameroon, Liberia, Nigeria, Somalia. Please contact the consulate of your home country for more details.



12 months



60 Month(s)



140 (approx.)


P. Residency

60 Month(s)


Processing time

upto 2 weeks




What are eligibility requirements for the Student Limited Stay Permit (KITAS).?

4 Eligibility Requirements

  • You must have a valid passport.
  • You must be of good health with medical test done.
  • You must have declared statement letter.
  • You must have an offering letter from the enrolled university/school.

Which documents do I need to apply for the Student Limited Stay Permit (KITAS).?

10 Document Required

  • Copy of passport bio page.
  • Application form, completed and signed.
  • Color photo 3cm x 4cm, red background (6 pieces).
  • Medical Statement (issued by doctor from hospital/clinic).
  • Copy of latest Official Academic Transcript/Diploma.
  • Statement letter.
  • Copy of Official Bank Statement or Savings Account Records.
  • Financial statement (In case of scholarships, just provide the documentation).
  • Copy of acceptance letter from the university/school.
  • Proof of tuition fee payment or scholarship copy to prove that it covers the entire tuition fee for the course.

Talent Migration data for Indonesia

Talent gain & drain map of 2015-2019 data. Sourced from World Bank Digital Development Data.

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