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Welcome to the visa pages of the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia.
What is a Visa ?
A visa is a document that is issued by a U.S. Embassy or Consulate. A visa entitles the holder to travel to the United States and apply for admission; it does not guarantee entry. An immigration inspector at the port of entry determines the visa holder's eligibility for admission into the United States.
- Nonimmigrant visas are required by anyone seeking temporary admission into the United States for tourism, business, education, medical treatment, or petition-based employment. The type of visa required depends on your purpose of travel.
- Immigrant visas are for applicants planning to permanently relocate to the United States.
Location: Jalan Medan Merdeka Selatan No. 5, Jakarta Pusat. The Embassy is just south of the Indonesian National Monument in Central Jakarta. There is no parking at or near the Embassy so please come by taxi.
Attention: New Interview Scheduling Procedures
07:00 Appointment= Group A
Intake for Group A: 06:30-08:30
If your appointment is for 07:00, you are in Group A. You must be at the Embassy between 06:30 and 08:30. Please do not arrive at the Embassy before 06:30. If you arrive at the Embassy after 08:30, you will not be interviewed and you will have to reschedule your appointment.
09:00 Appointment= Group B
Intake for Group B: 08:30-10:30
If your appointment is for 09:00, you are in Group B. You must be at the Embassy between 08:30 and 10:30. Please do not arrive at the Embassy before 08:30. If you arrive at the Embassy after 10:30, you will not be interviewed and you will have to reschedule your appointment.
Visa Applicant Satisfaction Survey
- We have a brief, three minute questionnaire about your visit to the Consular Section of the United States Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia. Your responses are completely confidential and will in no way be associated with your name or your application. We are conducting this survey solely to improve your experience with our customer service.
New fee allows USCIS to recover the costs of processing immigrant visas after individuals receive their visa packages from the Department of State abroad
- Bank and Payment Options.
Customer Service Statement
Green Card Fraud Alert
Green Card Fraud AlertMany people have received e-mails stating that they have won a Green Card. These e-mails are not from the U.S. Government. These emails are scams. Do not send any money to anyone and do not reply to these e-mails, just delete them.
The U.S. Government does not advise Diversity Visa lottery applicants of their success by mail or e-mail. Since 2011 all applicants may check the status of their entry through the Entry Status Check at www.dvlottery.state.gov. Entry Status Check will be the ONLY means by which lottery applicants will be notified of their selection for DV-2012. Additionally, Entry Status Check will describe how the successful applicant can proceed with the application visa application. The correct procedures are explained in the DV Lottery 2012 Instructions "Selection of Applicants."