IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? Indonesia’s Directorate General of Immigration will be doing IT work between now and Aug. 16 that could cause disruptions in service and delays, the agency has announced.
What does the change mean? Applicants should anticipate the possibility of delays and service disruptions in the coming weeks. Biometrics appointments and applications for business visas and stay visas may be particularly affected.
BAL Analysis: DGI released a letter on Friday saying that it would be conducting IT work, indicating that biometrics appointments, business visas and stay visas could be particularly impacted. Biometrics appointments may be postponed or canceled, while applications for business and stay visas may be delayed. Those with urgent immigration needs that may be impacted by the IT work should contact BAL.
This alert has been provided by the BAL Global Practice group and PNB Immigration Law Firm in Indonesia. For additional information, please contact your BAL attorney.
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