Do you want to take the long Bali holiday? Let it last 10 years!

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A "second home"

Indonesia has launched a brand newly-created "second home visa"

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program which allows foreigners to stay for in the country for up to 10 years within the country with a tourist visa.

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An attraction

The plan has been made public in order to draw more foreign visitors in order to boost our economy using Bali as a trump-card.

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The visas

"Second home" visa or "second home visa" will be valid for five and 10 years. The applicants will be able to work and stay for the period.

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A catch

These visas can be granted to people who have at minimum 2 billion rupees ($130,000) on their accounts in order to attract the most wealthy.

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When will it start

The program will begin on the 25th day of December so you'll be able to have a wonderful Christmas over at least 10 more years Bali.

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Non-fiscal initiative

Acting Director General of Immigration Widodo Ekatjahjana stated that the program is a non-fiscal way to attract foreigners.

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The economic side

This move is anticipated to boost Indonesia's economy Indonesia positively, considering that it will be beneficial to those who have funds on their account.

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A rebound

Since Bali opened to tourists in the year 2000, the Indonesian government has been looking to boost the local economy by introducing benefits for visitors.

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What you need

If you're planning to travel for a trip, you must show the proof of your funds along with your curriculum vitae,

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and a recent passport size photograph , in addition to other documents.

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