Government of Canada services and information in Jakarta, Indonesia
Services and information provided to Canadians by the Embassy of Canada to Indonesia, in Jakarta.
On this page
- Adoption and surrogacy
- Birth abroad
- Citizenship services
- Marriage abroad
- Notarial services
- Passport services
- Pensions and retirement
- Same-sex marriage abroad
- Studying abroad
- Visa and immigration services
- Voting abroad
Adoption and surrogacy
Refer to International adoption.
Refer to Children born outside of Canada.
You can pay your fee online.
If you’re submitting more than one application at the same time, you can pay all the fees together.
You cannot get a refund once we start processing your application.
|Application for a Citizenship Certificate for adults and minors (Proof of Citizenship)||75.00|
|Application to Renounce Canadian Citizenship||100.00|
|Replacement / Update of proof of Canadian citizenship||75.00|
|Application for a Search of Citizenship Records||75.00|
Refer to Marriage abroad.
Information regarding the marriage process in Indonesia, including the contact information for the local civil registry office and required fees, should be obtained from the local Civil Registry office or from the Indonesian Embassy in Canada if you are in Canada.
Apart from various local requirements, the Embassy is aware that the Indonesian Civil Registry requires a certificate from foreign Embassies stating that there is no objection to the marriage of their citizens.
Please note that the Embassy does not issue a Certificate of Non-impediment to marriage to either Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada. Instead, the Embassy issues a Statement Letter in Lieu of Non-Impediment to Marriage Abroad. To date, this letter has been accepted by the Indonesian authorities with no difficulties.
To apply for this letter, you must submit the following documents in original or certified copy:
- Passport of both parties;
- Birth Certificate (if born in Canada) or Citizenship Card or Landing Record (if born outside Canada) of the Canadian citizen;
- Divorce documents if either party was previously married;
- Declaration from the Canadian citizen(s). This document can be obtained by email at email@example.com.
The documents can be submitted by mail to the following address:
C/O Consular Section
Embassy of Canada
World Trade Center I, 6th Floor
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 29 – 31
Jakarta - 12920
Tel. +62 21 2550 7800
Any documents not in English or French must be translated into English or French by a sworn translator. A list of sworn translator can be obtained by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Processing time is five (5) working days. The Embassy recommends that you apply for the letter two (2) months prior to the wedding date.
If you reside in Indonesia, the Embassy can mail the letter to you. Please provide a complete mailing address, including the postal code and contact number of receiver.
The Embassy in Jakarta does not accept cash payments.
Only payment by Credit Cards and some Debit Cards are accepted (Visa and MasterCard), by completing the Credit card authorization form.
If you are using a third party’s credit or debit card, the cardholder must complete and sign the Credit card authorization form.
The completed and signed credit card authorization form must be attached in the application.
The Embassy in Jakarta provides limited notarial services, by appointment only, to Canadian citizens and, in some cases, to non-Canadian citizens if the documents are intended for use in Canada. Please send an email to email@example.com to confirm the availability and eligibility of the services.
Note: Documents must be in English or French, or accompanied by an official translation in English or French.
Credit Cards and some Debit Cards are accepted (Visa and MasterCard). Use the credit card authorization form.
The completed and signed credit card authorization form must be attached in the application (for in-person and mail-in application).
Cash is not accepted.
|Administering an oath or receiving a statutory declaration or affirmation. The fee shown is per document.||50.00|
|Attesting any document bearing a signature (affidavit, declaration, affirmation, etc.). The fee shown is per document.||50.00|
|Authenticating the signature and seal of a foreign authority. The fee shown is per document.||50.00|
|Authenticating signatures of Canadian authorities or notaries.||50.00|
|Certifying a true copy of a document. The fee shown is per copy.||20.00|
|Issuing a Statement in lieu of Certificate of Non-impediment to Marriage Abroad. The fee shown is a minimum, per document.||30.00|
|Transfer of private or public funds from Canada or elsewhere to the mission. The fee shown is per transfer.||75.00|
|Preparing a certificate, affidavit, declaration or other document (less than 200 words). The fee shown is per document.||30.00|
|Preparing a certificate, affidavit, declaration or other document (200-499 words). The fee shown is per document.||60.00|
|Preparing a certificate, affidavit, declaration or other document (500-999). The fee shown is per document.||80.00|
|Preparing a certificate, affidavit, declaration or other document (1000 words or more). The fee shown is per word.||0.10|
|Making a copy of a document (photocopy). The fee shown is per document.||3.00|
|Providing a Passport Canada CTC. The fee shown is per set of three copies.||45.00|
Refer to passport application.
Application can be submitted in-person or by mail. Book an appointment to present your documents in person by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pay online before you apply.
|10-year adult passport (age 16 or over)||260.00|
|5-year adult passport (age 16 or over)||190.00|
|5-year Child passport (0-15 years of age)||100.00|
|Additional fee for replacing a valid lost or stolen passport||45.00|
|Retention of a valid passport during processing of application for passport renewal||45.00|
|Providing a Passport Canada Certified True Copy. The fee shown is per set of three copies||45.00|
Pensions and retirement
Same-sex marriage abroad
Same-sex marriage is not recognized in Indonesia.
Visa and immigration services
The Consular Section does not reply to questions related to immigration or visa matters.
Please do not call the Embassy for visa and immigration inquiries.
Refer to Travel documents – Visas.
- Apply to travel, study, work or immigrate to Canada.
- Find a visa application centre (VAC) to book an appointment to give your biometrics (fingerprints and photo).
- Submit an enquiry using the IRCC web form to contact a visa office.
Permanent residents of Canada: Find out how to apply for a Permanent Resident Travel Document (PRTD).
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