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Old 01-06-2014, 03:23 AM
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Bali Police Checks

Hey,

My fiancé who lives in Bali, is trying to get his police check done and he has been told that he has to go to Jakarta for it. This is not what we want at all obviously as that will take extra time and money.

I was wondering if anyone knows any other way to get it done in Bali or does it 100% have to be done in Jakarta?

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Old 01-06-2014, 05:33 AM
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Apparently only refugees need to go to Jakarta.

Here is the information for you for citizens, I hope it helps you:

Relevant document: ‘Good Conduct Certificate’ Surat Keterangan Catatan Kepolisian (SKCK).
Citizen residents (and citizen non-residents with a Kartu Tanda Penduduk (KTP)
Apply to the Local District or to Police Headquarters (Mabes POLRI).
Provide:
 application form

 a recommendation letter from your sub-district police officer

 your resident identification card (KTP), birth certificate and family card

 a photocopy of your passport (including bio-data)

 two colour photos 4cm x 6cm

 if you are still studying, a permission letter from your parents.

 The application form can be obtained from a police office.

Fingerprints may also be required.

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Old 01-06-2014, 05:59 AM
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Good Mish, that's correct. No need to go to Jakarta for WNI (Indonesian citizen).
Photos with red background and prepare 4 photos.
Also need a recommendation letter from district officer (Kelurahan).

Regards.

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Old 01-06-2014, 06:01 AM
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The police have told him he needs to go to Jakarta though
They said everything fine as in he didn't do anything wrong, however they won't let him pick it up from Bali. They said e needs the document from Denpasar and needs to go to Jakarta to do it.

His friend was also in the same situation and had to go to Jakarta because apparently these are "the new rules"


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Hi Mimaylaclark

You can open this link of agent SKCK : Proses pembuatan SKKB – SKCK

Try to contact them.

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Hey Mikayla,

Good to hear things are moving along for you. I swear I remembered someone doing up a post with useful tips for applicants from Bali, and I managed to find it with the help of Google.

http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...-pmv-bali.html

Your partner does not need to go to Jakarta, it can be done in Bali but he just has to approach it slightly differently.
Anyway have a read of that thread, there should be some useful information there for you!

edit: The part about the application fee being paid in rupiah in the thread above is not quite correct. You can call Immigration in Australia and pay with a debit/credit card in AUD. They email you an invoice immediately and you can print and give it to your partner to take with him when he lodges the application in Bali. No need to worry about cash.

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Old 01-06-2014, 07:37 AM
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We were told the same thing and couldn't get anywhere with Police so we ended up paying an agent in Bali to get the Police check for us which she did with no problems within 1 week...I can PM you her details if you need them.


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Hi meesha121

Possible to get the agents details for getting a Police check?

Thanks

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Old 02-22-2014, 08:59 PM
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Hi Arron..google Easy Solutions Bali - this agent can help you get the Police checks for a few of around 1 million Rupiah


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