Applicants under directive 200438EC
Applicant under the directive 2004/38/EC
Are entitled to apply for a Schengen visa submitting fewer documents than regular tourists and are exempted from paying the applicable visa fee.The directive is applicable only, when travelling together or joining with their EU/EEA or Swiss national’s family member. For more information and guidance on EU/EEA family members, click here.
|Children, 6 to 11 years old||35||610,000|
|Children, 0 to 5 years old||0||0|
|Schengen visa for citizens of the following countries (by the Visa Facilitation Agreement):
Russian federation, Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Georgia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Ukraine, Kap Verde
Applicants exempted from visa fee:
- Applicants under the Directive 2004/38/EC
- Family members of Finnish citizen
- Diplomatic and official passport holders
- School pupils, students, post graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purpose of study or educational training - TO BE EVALUATED CASE BY CASE
- Researchers travelling for the purpose of carrying out scientific research - TO BE EVALUATED CASE BY CASE
- Representatives of non-profit organisations, aged 25 years or less participating in seminars, conferences, sports, cultural or educational events by non-profit organisations – TO BE EVALUATED CASE BY CASE
|VFS Service fee||24||420,000|
Applicants may choose to pay at the application centre using cash or Credit/Debit Card.
Click for the price list of Additional Services.
- The applicable visa fees in IDR depend on the current exchange rate, which can be changed without any notifications
- The visa fees need to be paid in cash or alternatively by debit / credit card at the Visa Application Centre.
- Applicants who are exempted from the visa fees need to pay only the service fee.
- The fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Please note that the visa category chosen by the applicant must be based on the purpose of travel to Finland and the decision must be made by the applicant him/herself. An application filled incorrectly and carelessly can cause a refusal of the visa application. The applicant may need to submit additional details. The applicant may be asked to come for an interview at the Embassy.
|HERE YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE CHECKLIST OF REQUIRED DOCUMENTS BY CLICKING THE PDF-File.
Checklist can be printed and attached to visa application.
|VISITING FAMILY AND FRIENDS / PRIVATE VISIT
Applicants visiting family members or friends legally residing in Finland.
Applicants travelling to Finland for leisure, recreation or sightseeing.
Applicants travelling to Finland for official and business purposes (meetings, conferences, trainings, trade fairs etc.).
If you are going to work in Finland you need to obtain a residence permit. In that case visit the website of the Finnish Immigration services.
|Applicants under the Directive 2004/38EC||PDF-File|
|CONFERENCE, STUDY, CULTURAL AND SPORT
Applicants travelling to Finland to study or for cultural or sport purposes.
Please note that if your studies last more than 90 days, you need a residence permit. More information can be found at the Embassy's website and at the Finnish Immigration Service's website.
To see the visa application photo specifications, please, click here
Travel medical insurance
The amount of the insurance indemnity: minimum is 30,000 euros or 50,000 USD. If the currency of the insurance indemnity is in Indonesia Rupiah, an equivalent amount in Euros or Dollars must be mentioned.
The details of insurance benefit package: validity duration, health, accident, repatriation, etc. The valid geography region must be Schengen area or Worldwide.
Insurance companies: click here.
The processing of the application takes up to 15 calendar days, but can take longer if the application is not complete or when further scrutiny of the application is needed. Please note that all applications are processed individually. The Embassy may request further documentation and information or you may be called for an interview which can prolong the processing time.
Please note that as per the Article 23 of regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing a Community code on Visas (Visa Code) the period of consideration of your visa application by the respective Consular authority may be extended up to a maximum of 30 calendar days. Exceptionally, when additional documentation is needed in specific cases, the period may be extended up to a maximum of 60 calendar days.
An application filled incorrectly and carelessly can cause delay or denial of a visa. Submitting all the required documents when submitting the visa application will speed up the processing time. The applicant may be asked to supply additional details, e.g. a more detailed plan of trip. The visa application will be decided on without the requested documents and the decision may be to the applicant’s disadvantage, if requested documents are not submitted to the Finland Visa Application Centre or the Finnish Embassy by the date agreed.
Embassy of Finland in Jakarta will return processed passports to the Finland Visa Application Centre. The applicants may subscribe for a Courier Service at the time of application submission or collect the documents from the Finland Visa Application Centre where they applied, when their processed passport is ready for collection.
Please Click here to get information about your Schengen visa.