Expertise: Corporate immigration

Corporate Immigration – Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm partner Stephen Igor Warokka and Yan Diaz M. Siregar, an associate at the firm, have contributed the Indonesia chapter to In-Depth: Corporate Immigration. This corporate immigration guide surveys and analyses the most noteworthy aspects of business immigration law and practice worldwide, with a focus on the most consequential recent developments. In the Corporate Immigration – Indonesia

Indonesia Looks to Attract Investment, Skilled Workers with Changes to Immigration Provisions

Indonesia’s Minister of Law and Human Rights has introduced changes to the regulatory framework for visas and stay permits with the goal of attracting greater flows of investment and creating an investment climate that attracts highly skilled talents. This article focuses on changes to provisions on visas and stay permits under MOLHR Regulation No. 22 Indonesia Looks to Attract Investment, Skilled Workers with Changes to Immigration Provisions

SSEK Hosts AmCham Human Resources Committee Meeting with Indonesian Immigration Directorate

SSEK Law Firm hosted a recent American Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia (AmCham Indonesia) Human Resources Committee discussion with the Indonesian Directorate General of Immigration. The discussion focused on the release of Minister of Law and Human Rights Regulation 22/2023 and Minister of Finance Regulation 82/2023 and Indonesia’s new golden visa program for foreign professional SSEK Hosts AmCham Human Resources Committee Meeting with Indonesian Immigration Directorate

SSEK Hosts EuroCham Indonesia Human Resources Working Group Discussion on Immigration

SSEK Law Firm recently hosted the Human Resources Working Group of the European Business Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia (EuroCham Indonesia). The meeting discussed Government Regulation No. 40 of 2023 on Immigration. SSEK partner Stephen Igor Warokka moderated the discussion, with guest speaker Ade Widhia Sathria Suryawirawan, immigration analyst at the Directorate of Immigration Stay SSEK Hosts EuroCham Indonesia Human Resources Working Group Discussion on Immigration

GR 40/2023: Golden Visa and Other Amendments to Indonesian Immigration System

The Indonesian Government recently introduced changes to the country’s immigration system aimed at supporting post-Covid-19 economic development, attracting greater flows of investment, and helping to create an investment climate that attracts highly skilled talent. One of the notable highlights is the introduction of the so-called golden visa targeted at high-quality foreign nationals while maintaining a GR 40/2023: Golden Visa and Other Amendments to Indonesian Immigration System

SSEK Partner Moderates Eurocham Indonesia Event with Directorate General of Immigration

The European Business Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia (EuroCham Indonesia) recently hosted an event focused on immigration policy updates, with guest speaker Feri Ferdinanto from the Directorate of Immigration Stay Permits. SSEK partner Stephen Igor Warokka moderated the discussion. Stephen is a partner in SSEK’s labor and employment practice and a supervising partner of the SSEK Partner Moderates Eurocham Indonesia Event with Directorate General of Immigration

Corporate Immigration – Indonesia

The Corporate Immigration Review: Indonesia surveys and analyses the most noteworthy aspects of business immigration law and practice in Indonesia, with a focus on the most consequential recent developments. In addition to providing an insightful introduction to the immigration framework in Indonesia, it also covers key international treaty obligations; residence rights; requirements for employer-sponsored workers; Corporate Immigration – Indonesia

Corporate Immigration – Indonesia

The Corporate Immigration Review, 13th edition The Corporate Immigration Review surveys and analyzes the most noteworthy aspects of business immigration law and practice worldwide, with a focus on the most consequential recent developments. In addition to providing an insightful introduction to the immigration framework in each jurisdiction, it also covers key international treaty obligations; residence Corporate Immigration – Indonesia