So You Want To Move To Indonesia?

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Taco
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So You Want To Move To Indonesia?

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Here's everything you wanted to know about Indonesia.

So You Want To Move To Indonesia?
http://henrymakow.com/2013/07/so-you-wa ... dones.html


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Great article, Taco! Indonesia is one place where I would like to teach English in the future.
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Marriage to an Indonesian woman does not entitle you to any special visa privileges. Indonesia is much stricter than the Philippines visa-wise. Please be aware of it.
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Do you need a visa to visit Indonesia? I was going to see if I could visit during my trip to Malaysia, but I heard you need a visa. But I'm sure all those visitors to Bali don't need a visa. Maybe it's a special case.
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xiongmao wrote:Do you need a visa to visit Indonesia? I was going to see if I could visit during my trip to Malaysia, but I heard you need a visa. But I'm sure all those visitors to Bali don't need a visa. Maybe it's a special case.
As a Brit, u can get a visa on arrival at airport.

http://www.embassyofindonesia.org/consular/voa.htm
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