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Indonesian visa update

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We received our passports with visas attached back from the NY Indonesian Consulate this AM.

For those of you who followed the now closed thread, this ends the saga.

The info I supplied was:

our passports
1 copy of the carefully completed NY application, with the sponsorship section left blank
$50. each for the processing fee in the form of 1 bank check
1 passport picture each
a copy of our plane ticket both in and out of Indonesia

I DID NOT supply any financial information

I found the NY consulate exceptionally responsive, even going as far as telephoning me twice and holding my application for a few days while I sent them more money and the plane tickets.

It seems each Indonesian office may operate under differing rules. One fodorite sent his info to DC only to have the whole thing returned to him because something was missing.

Like many countries, Indonesia has split the USA into sections and you are required to use the office your home state is assigned to for visa processing. For MA, the NYC office is our assigned office.

ON TO BALI IN SEPTEMBER!!!!

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