Moving from Dubai to Indonesia
If you’re planning a move to Indonesia, you are going to want a reliable overseas company to assist you. Dubai Movers offers the simplest international moving services and might make your move to Indonesia as stress-free as possible.
Dubai Movers will facilitate you with all the logistics of moving to Indonesia. Call us today to schedule your free home estimate at +97143306717.
How Dubai Movers can help for moving to Indonesia
Our international moving specialists will assist you in every step of your move to create the method smooth and manageable. Your personal moving expert during your move to Indonesia are ready to facilitate your with important questions along the way, such as:
- When does one must move to Indonesia?
- Shall you relocate permanently or temporarily with a piece visa?
- Will you be renting or purchasing real estate?
How Much Does it Cost to maneuver to Indonesia?
When planning a move to Indonesia or any international move, we understand that the value plays a crucial role. When planning a global move, the value will depend directly on the destination and therefore the weight and cubic footage of your cargo. Any additional services are going to be charged separately.
Interested in a free cost estimate for your move to Indonesia? Make a briefing with our home inspector today by calling +97143306717 or fill out a free quote form today!
Located in a geographic area, Indonesia is an element of the archipelago. it’s a complete of 18,108 islands-with only 6,000 that are inhabited. Indonesia shares land borders with Papua New Guinea, East Timor, and Malaysia. Neighboring countries include Singapore, Philippines, Australia, and also the Indian territory of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Indonesia is that the fourth most populous country within the world, with a population of roughly 237,424,363 – with 1/2 the population residing in Java.
Indonesia may be a republic, with an elected legislature and president and maybe a member of ASEAN and therefore the G-20 major economies. The country is home to just about 300 ethnic groups, including Indian, Arabic, Chinese, and European. It also has the world’s largest Muslim population.
Customs Regulations for Indonesia:
- Passport with visa pages – original
- Work Permit – valid for at least 12 months
- Residence Permit (KITAS card) – original, valid for at least 12 months
- Pack List – original in English plus one copy faxed to a service agent in advance
- Non-negotiable Bill of Lading – copy
- Bill of Lading/Air Waybill – original plus copy, copy faxed prior to vessel’s arrival
- Letter of Authorization to Destination Agent (Surat Kuasa)
For Returning Indonesian Citizens:
- Passport and a clear photocopy of photo page with details
- Letter from Indonesian Embassy at the origin: states original arrival date abroad, return date to Indonesia, and states customer is returning with household goods shipment
- Surat Kuasa – Authorization letter allowing Destination Agent to arrange Customs clearance
- Letter of Assignment and Reassignment by customer’s employer or sponsoring company
- Bill of Lading/Air Waybill – original
- Diploma or School Certificate for returning students
IF ALL THE ABOVE ARE NOT PROVIDED, HEAVY DUTIES, PENALTIES, AND DEMURRAGE WILL APPLY.
- Customers must be in the country for the Customs clearance process. Shipments will be completely inspected.
- Household goods must be in possession of the customer for at least one year and be used by the customer privately and not for resale in Indonesia.
- Shipment must arrive in Indonesia within three months of issuance of KITAS and IKTA cards. Only one air and one sea shipment of household goods are allowed duty-free.
- Returning Indonesian citizens must have lived abroad for a minimum of one year and must have been in possession of household goods items for at least two years, with continued use of items in Indonesia to be allowed duty-free.
- All boxes and shipments should be labeled with the name of the shippers – any other name or nickname can jeopardize clearance.
- If all documents are not provided the shipment cannot be cleared through Customs.
- New articles and items not listed on the inventory
- Medications – prescription documents required
- Materials in Chinese (pictures, texts, tapes, etc.) will require proper permits and are subject to censorship and confiscation
- CDs, DVDs, audiotapes and books – Provide a detailed list of titles and authors
- Controlled drugs and psychotropic substances
- Pornographic materials
- Politically sensitive and subversive materials
- Weapons (including air guns), firearms, explosives, and ammunition
- Reproduction of copyright materials
- Alcoholic beverages – 1 liter of alcohol is allowed per adult family member, additional quantities will be confiscated and destroyed
- Animal skins
- Cordless telephones
- Motorized vehicles of any kind
Prohibited except for certain diplomats
- Pets are allowed to be imported into Indonesia after a government quarantine of 14 days in a quarantine facility.
- Pets are also subject to duties and import taxes
- Required documents include:
- Copy of owner’s passport
- Health certificate – dated and issued within five days of arrival
- Rabies vaccination certificate – dated at least 30 days prior to arrival but not older than one year
- Import permit – issued prior to animals’ arrival into Indonesia from the Indonesian Department of Agriculture. Application for import permit should be made two weeks prior to arrival.
To ask more about our company please use the form available on our contact page, give us a call at +97143306717, or send any inquiries to our email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE – Customs regulations are subject to change at any time. The proceeding information is a brief summary of customs regulations applicable to household goods shipments to this destination and is being provided for general guidance to assist our Agents and Customers. Since such regulations are subject to change without notice, Dubai Movers cannot be held liable for any costs, damage, delays, or other detrimental events resulting from non-compliance. Always double-check with your local embassy or consulate