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DennisS
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Is it possible to get a visum for Indonesia in Kuala Lumpur?

And if it's possible where can i get it.



londoh
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Yes at the Indonesian Embassy, takes 4 days and the process is quite smooth.

Regards



DennisS
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On 02-12-2005 10:10 londoh wrote:
Yes at the Indonesian Embassy, takes 4 days and the process is quite smooth.

Regards


Alright thx, and is it faster with a Visa Consultant?



londoh
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No need for a "visa-consultant" there. I am sure if you are willing to pay more you will get a visa faster. I always had plenty of time so just paid the normal fee. They are quite "friendly"

regards



DennisS
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Thank you very much. I fly monday to Kuala Lumpur and later that week to Medan Emoticon: Smile



DennisS
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On 02-12-2005 10:52 londoh wrote:
No need for a "visa-consultant" there. I am sure if you are willing to pay more you will get a visa faster. I always had plenty of time so just paid the normal fee. They are quite "friendly"

regards


Just to be sure Emoticon: Blush Are there visa agents in Kuala Lumpur? It would be very nice to have it without stress in one day.

Maybe helpfull to tell: I have an official invitationletter from Medan.

Thanks in advance!



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On 02-12-2005 10:52 londoh wrote:
No need for a "visa-consultant" there. I am sure if you are willing to pay more you will get a visa faster. I always had plenty of time so just paid the normal fee. They are quite "friendly"

regards

Thanks for this information!


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Yogya-Bali
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Take a good look buddy, and you can see that this posting is from 2005. Things are changing, certainly after so many years.



Yerun
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Last time I arranged a visa there (two years ago) it was same-day service, bringing in the morning before 11:30, pick-up after 15:00 (and before 16:30). Fee was 135 Ringgit. No need to get an agent or anything. Staff is also friendly enough, but that is normally not a real problem for non-Indonesians going to an Indonesian embassy..



pPamela
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Hi Everyone,

It is not that easy to get a 60 day visa in KL these days if you have many visas to Indonesia in your passport from reports that have been written on Lonely Planet Thorn Tree Indonesia forum.
Please be aware of this.
If you are new to Indonesia then you will probably have no problems at all.
Pamela.




Anne Mieke
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You mean Pam, not that easy if you have too many stickers and/or stamps in your passport (like me, Emoticon: Smile )?
Maybe than a trick could be renew your passport more often......


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On 21-11-2010 09:53 Anne Mieke wrote:
You mean Pam, not that easy if you have too many stickers and/or stamps in your passport (like me, Emoticon: Smile )?
Maybe than a trick could be renew your passport more often......


Indonesian immigration have their own database


bisa dicek of makemyday .

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On 21-11-2010 10:09 Surya Atmadja wrote:

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Indonesian immigration have their own database
Of course, just a little bit of joking on this grey Sundaymorning.... Emoticon: Very funny


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On 21-11-2010 09:38 pPamela wrote:
Hi Everyone,

It is not that easy to get a 60 day visa in KL these days if you have many visas to Indonesia in your passport from reports that have been written on Lonely Planet Thorn Tree Indonesia forum.
Please be aware of this.
If you are new to Indonesia then you will probably have no problems at all.
Pamela.
Yes, that is correct. I experienced that the ast two times (back in 2008 that was) as well there. But both times I got the visa I wanted. One of the times they gave me a 30-day visa instead of a 60-day, but it could be extended for 5 times, up to 180 days indeed..



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On 21-11-2010 09:53 Anne Mieke wrote:
You mean Pam, not that easy if you have too many stickers and/or stamps in your passport (like me, Emoticon: Smile )?
Maybe than a trick could be renew your passport more often......

On 21-11-2010 10:45 Anne Mieke wrote:

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Of course, just a little bit of joking on this grey Sundaymorning.... Emoticon: Very funny
In that case, change your picture, name asnd social security number as well, then you might have a chance. The system recently showed a listing of my first entry in Indonesia back in 1999 (four passports ago) when the system was still manual for as far as I can remember, so they are doing something with those white cards you fill in.

Over here it's a gray and rainy afternoon by the way.. but today's laundry is sun-dried so no problem.



pPamela
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Yerun,
I believe you are confused because the 30 day visa has only been able to be extended in the past 12-18 months if that and it can only be extended once for another 30 days.
Pamela




pPamela
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Anne Mieke,

How is life these days? Looking forward to another email if you have the time.
Hanging out for some news.
Pamela Emoticon: Smile



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On 22-11-2010 12:43 pPamela wrote:
Yerun,
I believe you are confused because the 30 day visa has only been able to be extended in the past 12-18 months if that and it can only be extended once for another 30 days.
Pamela
Pamela, what happened is that they gave me a 30-day sosial budaya visa . This was due to the fact that the (male) person at the embassy started asking questions about my many stamps (indeed).. on which I replied 'it's such a large country' which he didn't really like I suppose. So just to get even with me he gave this 30-day visa.

This sosbud visa was extended to 5 times, which made a grand total of 180 days. Without any problem of course. The next time I went to KL again (stubborn me) and was serviced by a woman and without any questions asked my papers were processed, with receiving a 60-day sosial budaya visa.



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On 21-11-2010 11:01 Yerun wrote:

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The system recently showed a listing of my first entry in Indonesia back in 1999 (four passports ago) when the system was still manual for as far as I can remember, so they are doing something with those white cards you fill in.

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Itu dia



bisa dicek of makemyday .

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On 22-11-2010 12:45 pPamela wrote:
Anne Mieke,

How is life these days?
Up (to Indonesia) Emoticon: Smile and down (to Holland) Emoticon:

On 22-11-2010 12:45 pPamela wrote:
Looking forward to another email if you have the time.
Hanging out for some news.
Hang on for a few days oke, and all the news will come to you, haha. And you know right, never a dull moment with…….
Just back (Maluku and Java) 2 two weeks ago. I will be on the plane again at the end of December, planning to Banda Aceh and Pulau Weh……. and..... wel Sumatera. Your favourite as well right?
Wait for the email…!



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