What is the changeVisa applicants at the Indonesian Embassy in India are experiencing slight delays because of a technical problem.

What does the change mean? Those submitting business, tourist or work visa applications at the Indonesian Embassy should expect delays and plan accordingly.

  • Implementation timeframe: Immediate and ongoing.
  • Visas/permits affected: Business, tourist and work visas.
  • Who is affected: People applying for business, tourist or work visas at the Indonesian Embassy in India.
  • Impact on processing times: Applicants should anticipate that visas will take six or seven business days to process.
  • Business impact: Businesses may need to adjust timelines if they have employees who are affected by delays in visa processing.

BAL Analysis: Little information is available at this point about the nature of the technical problem or how long it might take to resolve. For now, however, those in need of visa services should expect delays as described above at the Indonesian Embassy in India.

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