IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? A technical problem with the online visa system in the Directorate General of Immigration office in Jakarta has halted visa and ITAS processing throughout Indonesia.
What does the change mean? Authorities will not be able to process visa and ITAS applications in Jakarta or elsewhere in Indonesia until the problem is resolved.
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 with in-country processing.
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