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11th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF TROPICAL PEDIATRICS

"Global Challenges Interventions (Preventions, Control, Elimination, and Eradication)
to Reduce Neglected Tropical Diseases: Improving Quality of New Generation"

4-7 AUGUST 2017

In conjunction with

KONIKA XVII

17th INDONESIA CONGRESS OF PEDIATRICS

"Implementing Advances in Pediatrics for Better Child Health"

6-7 AUGUST 2017 PRE-KONIKA
8-11 AUGUST 2017 KONIKA
Mataram City International Convention Center, Yogyakarta - Indonesia
   
Proceeding Book - Free Paper & Poster Presentation could be downloaded

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Visa

CALLING VISA
Citizens of following countries are required to obtain a Visa at the nearest Indonesian Embassy prior to your arrival in Indonesia.
Afghanistan
Israel
North Korea
Cameroon
Liberia
Pakistan
Guinea
Niger
Somalia
Iraq
Nigeria
 
VISA ON ARRIVAL
In accordance with the Regulation of Minister of Law and Human Right of the Republic of Indonesia Number: M.HH-01.GR.01.06, on 12 January 2010, citizens from 64 countries and 1 region are eligible for obtaining a visa on arrival directly when landed at airports or seaports in Indonesia.
Requirements
·        Passport valid at least 6 (six) months from entrance
·        Round-trip ticket
·        Hotel Reservation
·        Visa fee (preferably in cash)
Visa fee for stay of up to 30 (thirty) days is USD 35. The 30-day visa is extendable to another 30 days at the nearest Immigration office in Indonesia but this visa is non-convertible into another type of visa. Overstaying this visa is a serious offence. Fines, blacklisting, confinement and deportation are all possible penalties for infractions. Extension of stay up to 30 (thirty) days costs USD 25.
 
Countries that may apply for a Visa on Arrival:
Algeria
India
Panama
Argentina
Iran
Portugal
Australia
Ireland
Romania
Brazil
Latvia
Saudi Arabia
Bulgaria
Libya
Slovakia
Cyprus
Liechtenstein
Slovenia
Egypt
Lithuania
Suriname
Estonia
Luxembourg
Taiwan PRC
Fiji
Maldives
Timor Leste
Greece
Malta
Tunisia
Iceland
Monaco
Turkey

VISA EXEMPTIONS

Ciitizens of the following countries are permitted to enter visa-free for short visits-30 (thirty) days-granted at any immigration checkpoint: 
 
AlbaniaGuatemalaPhilippines
AlgeriaGuyanaPoland
AndorraHaitiPortugal
AngolaHondurasPuerto Rico
Antigua and BarbudaHong Kong SARQatar
ArgentinaHungaryRomania
ArmeniaIcelandRussia
AustraliaIndiaRwanda
AustriaIrelandSamoa
AzerbaijanItalySan Marino
BahamasJamaicaSao Tome and Principe
BahrainJapanSaudi Arabia
BangladeshJordanSenegal
BarbadosKazakhstanSerbia
BelarusKenyaSeychelles
BelgiumKiribatiSingapore
BelizeKuwaitSlovakia
BeninKyrgyzstanSlovenia
BhutanLaosSolomon Island
BoliviaLatviaSouth Africa
Bosnia and HerzegovinaLebanonSouth Korea
BotswanaLesothoSpain
BrazilLiechtensteinSri Lanka
BruneiLithuaniaSt Kitts and Nevis
BulgariaLuxembourgSt Lucia
Burkina FasoMacau SARSt Vincent and Grenadines
BurundiMacedoniaSuriname
CambodiaMadagascarSwaziland
CanadaMalawiSweden
Cape VerdeMalaysiaSwitzerland
ChadMaldivesTaiwan
ChileMaliTajikistan
ChinaMaltaTanzania
Commonwealth of DominicaMarshall IslandsThailand
ComorosMauritaniaTimor-Leste
Costa RicaMauritiusTogo
Cote D’IvoireMexicoTonga
CroatiaMoldovaTrinidad & Tobago
CubaMonacoTunisia
CyprusMongoliaTurkey
Czech RepublicMoroccoTurkmenistan
DenmarkMozambiqueTuvalu
Dominican RepublicMyanmarUganda
EcuadorNamibiaUkraine
EgyptNauruUnited Arab Emirates (UAE)
El SalvadorNepalUnited Kingdom (UK)
EstoniaNetherlandsUruguay
FijiNew ZealandUSA
FinlandNicaraguaUzbekistan
FranceNorwayVanuatu
GabonOmanVatican City
GambiaPalauVenezuela
GeorgiaPalestineVietnam
GermanyPanamaZambia
GhanaPapua New GuineaZimbabwe
GreeceParaguay 
GrenadaPeru 

Australia: Earlier in March 2016 President Jokowi finally signed the decree approving the much awaited visa exemption for Australia. However, after being let down so many times, the news was hardly mentioned in the media even though it was officially announced.
Finally the status has been approved and the regulations been put into action. Since March 21st Australians (and Brazilians) also get a free entry stamp that is valid for 30 days.
 
This type of permission cannot be extended, transferred or converted to any other kind of visa; nor can it be used as a working permit.
 
Customs
Customs allows on entry a maximum of one liter of alcoholic liquor, 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 100 grams of tobacco and reasonable amount of perfume per adult. Wine and liquor are available only in hotels in Bali. Beer on the other hand is produced locally, is widely available in restaurants, grocery stores and street kiosks.
 
Cameras, video cameras, portable radio, cassette recorders, binoculars, and sports equipment are admitted provided for personal use. Prohibited items include firearms, illegal drugs, pornography, and transceivers. The Censor Board of Indonesia should screen any films, pre-recorded videotapes, VCD or DVD’s before importing. Penalties for drug smuggling are severe.
 
There is no restriction on import or export for foreign currencies and Traveler’s cheques, however, the import and export of Indonesian currency exceeding Rp. 100,000,000.- is prohibited.