Persons bearing a Passport of the united States of America are entitled to apply for a standard (30 day) VoA .
The Visa-on-Arrival (Index 213) will cost US25.00, payable in cash at a small booth or desk prior to the immigration barrier at Indonesian 'gateway' airports including DPS (Bali).
You will need at least 2 empty standard passport pages, 6 months or more validity left in the passport (on the day of arrival), proof of support (rarely asked for), and either a ticket home or a ticket for onward travel to a nation to which you are qualified to enter.
Indonesian immigration authorities do not consider amendment pages in your passport as blank pages. If your passport is nearly full then obtain extra blank passport pages before you travel.Edited: 9:41 pm, January 17, 2013
Thank you for your insight but I needed to know If I'll face problems entering if my place of birth is Israel ?
If you have an American Passport , you place of birth has no bearing on your elligability for a visa
Sorry Stava7, but really the answer provided in Post 1 is VERY clear.
Do you have a US Passport?
If you do then just read Post 1.
Therein lies your (complete) answer.
Not really sure why your are trying to write in a sub-plot :)Edited: 7:39 am, January 18, 2013
Why would being from Israel be a problem?
Muslim country, Israeli born.... it's a fair question and concern from the OP.
Sorry like the others I do not have an answer beyond, you have a US Passport they should have no reason to stop you.
thank you all for your input. this is good to know
@hurcules - sorry if i came across as offending or questioning your insight. as always you have provided with a great input to all of my questions,
It's OK Stava, I just wanted to be clear that you were quite OK in an immigration context.
Don't be too sensitive if people ask you what your religion is either, it is common small talk, where are you from...are you married, where are you going, have you eaten yet, how many children do you have, where have you come from, what is your religion, can you eat rice, have you got a cigarette..etc
If you don't want to answer any of them just look confused and start asking them questions...as per the preceding... and in what ever order you wish.
If it makes you feel more comfortable I have known a few Jewish people who have lived in Indonesia for years, one of them for so long that he died here.
But that was more on account of drinking too much beer, not exercising enough and smoking a couple of packets (or more ) of Camel cigarettes every day rather than from being Jewish.
If you decided to sing the Israeli national anthem it probably would not bother anyone much.
But then again they probably wouldn't know what you were singing about anyhow as the Israeli national anthem is not on the local hit parade here so people would be more likely help you out by just pointing you toward the nearest karaoke bar.
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