Important Note: Americans are traveling a lot these days, and the island of Bali is understandably one of the most popular destinations in the world. Please be safe and well-informed in your travels. All American citizens traveling to Indonesia are strongly encouraged to carefully read the U.S. Department of State’s Travel Advisory page for Indonesia.
All visitors to Bali must have passports that have at least six months of validity and have two blank passport pages. The “endorsement” page at the back of the passport does not count as a blank page. Balinese immigration authorities will not allow you to enter the country if you do not meet this requirement. If you are traveling on a limited-validity (i.e. emergency) passport, you will require a visa prior to arriving in Indonesia. Please contact your nearest Indonesian embassy or consulate for information about obtaining an Indonesian visa.
Consular Agency Role: The Consular Agency in Bali provides routine American Citizen Services during regular business hours. These services include: performing notarials, accepting applications for passports and processing reports of birth of U.S. citizens abroad, and absentee voting assistance.
The Consular Agency does not process visas and has no role in the visa application process. For information regarding visas, please visit our visa page.
Public Inquiry Hours: Monday through Friday, 09:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon and 01:00 pm – 03:30 pm, closed on American and Indonesian holidays.
Customers may schedule an appointment by emailing us at CABali@state.gov or call (62-361) 233-605.
Applicants for fee-based services are advised to schedule an appointment by emailing us at CABali@state.gov or call (62-361) 233-605.
For assistance from the Bali Tourist Police, please contact: (62-361) 754 599 / (62-361) 224 111