Second Home Visa (E33)

What is the Second Home Visa (E33)?

With the release of Regulation of the Minister of Law and Human Rights No. 22 of 2023, the government announced the Second Home Visa with an index number of E33. This visa is extendable and has a validity of 5 to 10 years, allowing the holder to:

  1. Carry out many business and investment activities.
  2. Bring eligible family members and sponsor them for the same visa.
  3. Work in Indonesia if the conditions are met.

This long-stay visa is part of an initiative intended to attract qualified foreigners who will benefit the country’s economic development in return for providing them with a welcoming environment to establish a second home in Indonesia. The Second Home Visa (E33) not only promotes foreign investment but also aims to foster cultural exchange and collaboration.

Benefits and Restrictions

The second home visa comes with a range of benefits, such as:

  1. Long stay period, providing foreign residents with the stability and time needed to enjoy what Indonesia has to offer and actively contribute to the local economy and culture.
  2. Business and investment opportunities, allowing visa holders to engage in various business and investment activities, from entrepreneurial ventures to strategic investments in local industries.
  3. Family sponsors, providing foreign residents the option to bring eligible family members and sponsor them for the same visa.
  4. Work Flexibility, meaning visa holders are permitted to work in the country if eligible. This flexibility allows foreign residents to support their livelihood and also facilitates the transfer of skills and knowledge to the local workforce.
  5. Cultural Integration, provides foreign residents with opportunities to participate in local events, share their traditions, and contribute to the rich cultural diversity of Indonesia.


In return for these benefits, the visa holders must:

  1. Report on the compliance of commitments within 90 days after the arrival.
  2. Maintain financial stability during their stay in Indonesia.
  3. Comply with all visa regulations and Indonesian laws.
Second Home Visa (E33)


Prepare these documents to apply for a second home visa (E33) in Indonesia:

  1. A passport with a minimum validity of 6 months.
  2. Proof of living expenses of at least US$2,000 or equivalent.
  3. The latest coloured photograph.
  4. Statement of commitment that must be accomplished within 90 days after the date of arrival, such as:
    • Deposit funds in an account under the name of the applicant at a state-owned bank with a value of US$ 130,000 (one hundred thirty thousand US Dollars), or
    • Purchase property in Indonesia such as an apartment/flat house with a value of US$1,000,000 (one million US Dollars).

For sponsorship, the family member(s) needs to prepare the following documents:

  1. A passport with a minimum validity of 6 months.
  2. The latest coloured photograph.
  3. Sponsorship letter from a family member who owns a second home visa.
  4. A second home visa from a family member.
  5. Valid evidence of a family relationship with the second home visa holder (birth certificate or marriage certificate).

Application Process

Navigating the bureaucratic maze of visa applications can be daunting, but with Kamala Visa Bali, you’re in capable hands. Here are the steps to obtain your second home visa:

  1. Provide all documents required for the second home visa application, and we will verify them for you.
  2. The documents will be uploaded to the immigration system. Once it’s approved, you will automatically obtain an e-visa.
  3. You can now enter Indonesia using an e-visa.
  4. Upon your arrival in Indonesia, you will need to bring us your passport and show up at immigration to do a biometric session where they will take your photos and fingerprints.
  5. If everything goes smoothly, you will get your passport and second home visa in 2-3 weeks.

Why apply through
Kamala Visa Bali?

Kamala Visa Bali has garnered trust through transparent and reliable services, making the visa application process a positive experience. While the second home visa (E33) is relatively new, we have swiftly adapted to the new regulations, ensuring a successful visa application for you.

You can start your second home journey with confidence, supported by Kamala Visa Bali.

Second Home Visa (E33)

What other Bali visa services do we offer?

In addition to our service in handling Second Home Visa (E33) applications, Kamala Visa Bali also offers a range of other visa services tailored to meet the diverse needs of our clients. Our comprehensive suite of Bali visa services includes:

Contact us today to explore the right visa solution for your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions
About The Second Home Visa (E33)

A second home visa is a new initiative from the government that provides foreign citizens with a stay permit of up to 10 years, and extendable according to applicable regulations. Foreigners are allowed to bring their family members to the country, making it an ideal long-term visa for investment, tourism visits, and retirement purposes.

The Second Home Visa offers a unique opportunity to make Indonesia your second home. From cultural immersion to entrepreneurial ventures, it opens the door to an unparalleled Indonesian experience.

A passport with a minimum validity of 6 months, detailed documentation showcasing financial stability of at least US$2,000 or equivalent, the latest coloured photograph, and a statement of commitment that must be accomplished within 90 days after the holder’s arrival.

A passport with a minimum validity of 6 months, the latest coloured photograph, a letter from a sponsor/family who owns a second home visa, a valid second home visa of a family member, valid evidence of family relationship who owns a second home visa (birth certificate or marriage certificate).

Yes, the Second Home Visa permits multiple entries and exits, providing the flexibility to explore neighbouring countries and return to the warmth of your Indonesian home.

No, there is no predefined limit. You can sponsor your immediate family members, creating a shared experience in the heart of Indonesia.

Yes, there are notable differences between the two. While both can act as a great visa for investors, the second home visa offers more advantages, including a longer stay period, an opportunity to sponsor family, and work flexibility when the conditions are met.

The sponsored visa allows family members to enjoy the same duration as the main holder of the second home visa.

A statement of commitment is proof of funds that foreigners need to accomplish 90 days after their arrival in the country. It can be in the form of a deposit under the name of the foreigner at a state-owned bank or property in Indonesia.

You can deposit your money in one of the following state-owned banks: Bank Mandiri, Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI), Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI), or Bank Tabungan Negara (BTN).

Technically speaking, as long as the money deposited in the bank account meets the minimum requirements (US$ 130,000), you will not get into trouble. However, immigration may ask you to show proof of funds anytime. If you fail to do as told, they may cancel your stay permit.

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