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Recent visa updates have made it possible for foreigners to come back to Bali. Jonathon Burgess, an entrepreneur from Australia, processed his visa through Emerhub. With the help of our visa specialists, Jonathon is now back in Bali.
“We had to wait and fill out a form. It was maybe 20 minutes,” Jonathon says of the entry procedure in Jakarta before taking another flight to Bali. “And then we progressed to immigration,” he continues, “it was really quick.”
Watch our full interview with Jonathon in the video below.
Coming back to Bali is even easier now. Following more updates to regulations, the telex visa is now electronic. This means that you no longer need to claim your visa from an Indonesian embassy.
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