All citizens of Indonesia are required to apply for a visa before entering Finland and/or other countries under the Schengen agreement. Before applying, please ensure you understand your particular ‘purpose of visit’. Schengen visas must be applied for at the respective Embassy/Consulate of the country of your main destination. Your main destination will be the Schengen country where your duration of stay exceeds all others. Due to this, when traveling to more than one Schengen country, you should submit your application to the Embassy/Consulate representing the country of your main destination. In case of equal stay, you have to submit your application to the mission of the Schengen country representing your first port of entry.
See more info about Schengen visas at the website of Embassy of Finland in Indonesia.
The Visa Application Centre accepts applications for short stay Schengen visas only (not exceeding 90 days during 180 days period). Applicants need to visit the Visa Application Centre in person. All applicants applying for a Schengen visa must submit biometric data - ten fingerprints and a photo. The biometric data will be stored in the Visa Information System (VIS), which is an IT system that allows data exchange between the Schengen States. More information can be found here.
Who can submit visa application in the Visa Application Centre?
The Visa Application Centre in Indonesia accepts Schengen visa applications from legal residents of Indonesia only (Indonesian citizens, Indonesian registration certificate /residential permit /long stay visa holders).
Applications cannot be submitted earlier than six (6) months before the start of the planned journey. In individual cases, the mission can extend the processing time up to a maximum of 45 calendar days. Please note that all applications are processed individually. The Embassy may request further documentation, information or you may be called for an interview which can prolong the processing time.
|Visa Fees||Visa fees until 01 February 2020 (in local currency)||Visa fees effective 02 February 2020 (in local currency)|
|Schengen visa (age 12 years and above)||EUR 60 (IDR 940,000)||EUR 80 (IDR 1,255,000)|
|Children, ages 6–11 (unless otherwise stated in the Visa Facilitation Agreement)||EUR 35 (IDR 550,000)||EUR 40 (IDR 630,000)|
|Children, 0 to 5 years old||EUR 0 (IDR 0)||EUR 0 (IDR 0)|
|Schengen visa for citizens from the countries listed below (Berdasarkan Perjanjian Uni Eropa dengan Negara-Negara tersebut):
- Federasi Rusia
|EUR 35 (IDR 550,000)||EUR 35 (IDR 550,000)|
|- Cape Verde||EUR 80 (IDR 1,255,000)||EUR 80 (IDR 1,255,000)|
Applicant's exempted from visa fee:
- Family members of EU/EEA–citizen
- School pupils, students, post graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purpose of study or educational training - To Be Evaluated Case Per Case
- Researchers travelling for the purpose of carrying out scientific research - To Be Evaluated Case Per Case
|TYPE||Euro €||Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)|
|VFS Global Service Fee||24.00||375,000|
*Please note that the service fee is inclusive of all applicable taxes.
Click for the price list of Additional Services.
- The applicable visa fee in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) is as per current exchange rate. It is subject to change without notice.
- The applicants who submit their applications at the Visa Application Centre can pay the visa fee in cash or through credit / debit card.
- Applicants exempted from visa fee need to pay only Service Charge.
Please note that the visa category chosen by an applicant must be based on the purpose of travel to Finland and the decision must be made by the applicant him/herself - Visa Application Centre staff will not be able to assist you in making this decision. An application filled incorrectly and carelessly can cause refusal of a visa application. The applicant may need to submit additional details or applicant can be asked to come for an interview at the Embassy.
- Checklist for Business and Official Visit
- Checklist for Private Visit
- Checklist for Tourism and others (Sports/Culture/Medical/Other)
All supporting documents not in English, Finnish or Swedish must be translated into one of these languages.
In the case of official documents, such as any documents issued by courts or other Indonesian authorities like birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce papers, business licenses and so on, the translation needs to be translated by authorized translators (no need to be notarized).
In the case of completely unofficial documents, such as travel itineraries, invitation letters and so on, the translation can be non-professional, and need not be officially endorsed by a public notary.
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 two weeks, but can take longer time, if the application is not complete. The Embassy may request further documentation, information or you may be called for an interview which can prolong the processing time.