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Embassy of Switzerland in Indonesia
Information for Swiss travelers and residents in Indonesia and Timor-Leste
In the current situation, the Swiss Federal Council recommends avoiding unnecessary travels abroad. If you still have to travel, please check the entry requirements and pandemic situation before leaving, by consulting the embassy or ministry of health of your destination and, if applicable, of your transit country.
The travel advice of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs FDFA (in German, French and Italian) provides information about possible risks and precautionary measures.
All travelers are strongly advised to register on the FDFA Travel Admin App.
The World Health Organization WHO also provides information on developments on COVID-19.
Information on visa and residence permits can be found on the website of the Indonesian Immigration Service and the Immigration Service of Timor-Leste . For questions, please contact the local immigration office in those countries or the Indonesian Embassy or the Embassy for Timor-Leste in Switzerland.
On 28 December 2020, the Indonesian government decided to deny all foreign citizens to enter Indonesia from 1 January 2021 to prevent the spread of a new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) strain. This regulation is extended until further notice. For detailed information please refer to the website of the Indonesian Immigration Service.
Information on entering Switzerland
For questions on entry and residence requirements for Switzerland, please refer to the information published by the State Secretariat for Migration SEM.
People arriving in Switzerland from some countries and areas are required to go into quarantine. The list of countries and areas with a high risk of infection is updated regularly by the Federal Office of Public Health.
Information regarding visa and consular services
Schengen visas (for a short-stay of less than 90 days, type C) are currently not issued. For further information and exceptions please consult the website of the State Secretariat for Migration SEM.
National visas (for a long stay of more than 90 days, type D) are issued. Kindly contact our visa section for scheduling an appointment if you wish to apply.
For Consular services, kindly schedule an appointment by e-mail.