1. Documents and Letter issued by a Netherland institution can be enforced in Indonesia, provided the documents have been legalized by:
    1. District Court
    2. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands (Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken)
    3. The Indonesian Embassy

    1. The legalization process for a business document or letter issued by a Netherland institution/company at the Indonesia Embassy
      • Fee: € 120/document. Payment: PIN only
      • Requirements are:
        1. Enclose the original company/business document, which has been legalized by the District Court and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.
        2. Enclosed photocopy of the document(s).
        3. Enclosed a cover letter from the company to request the Indonesia Embassy to legalize the document. For a courier company, the cover letter should mention about pointing the designated courier company to act on their behalf in legalizing the document at the Indonesia Embassy.
          Note: For the legalization of a letter of intent, letter of appointment, and/or distribution agreement, contact the Trade Attaché (phone: 070-3108-142) to acquire a statement letter. Afterwards, the legalization process at the Consular counter takes 1 (one) working day.
    2. The legalization process for a personal document issued or owned by a Dutch Nationality to be enforced in Indonesia.
      • Fee: € 25/document. Payment: PIN only
      • Requirements are:
        1. Letter of Power Attorney of a Dutch Nationality: This document needs to be legalized first by the local government (Gemeente) and the Consular Service Center (Consulairediensten Centrum) at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken).
        2. Birth Certificate/Marriage Certificate/Death Certificate of a Dutch Nationality: This document needs to be legalized first by the local government (Gemeente) and the Consular Service Center (Consulairediensten Centrum) at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken).
        3. Diploma Certificate of a Dutch Nationality: This document needs to be legalized first by the Consular Service Center (Consulairediensten Centrum) at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken).
          Note: For all documents, the person (Dutch Nationality) needs to enclose their passport (real and copy).
  2. Documents and Letter issued by an Indonesia institution can be enforced in the Netherlands, provided the documents have been legalized by:
    1. Department of Justice and Human Rights Affairs (hyperlink: https://legalisasi.ahu.go.id/#) in Jakarta.
    2. Directorate of Consular of The Department of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia (hyperlink: https://kemlu.go.id/portal/en/konsuler) in Jakarta.
    3. The Dutch Embassy in Jakarta.

    Note: Department or institution in the Netherlands will not accept any document issued by Indonesian institution, without the legalization of the aforementioned institutions. The Indonesian Embassy in The Hague does not hold any authority to legalize such documents.

 

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2517 KC Den Haag, Belanda

 

 

www.indonesia.nl

Contact & Services

Office Hour:
Monday - Friday
09.00-13.00 and 14.00-17.00

Pasport / Visa: 
09.00-12.00 (Submission)
15.00-16.00 (Collection) 

Consulair: 
09.00-12.00 (Submission) 
09.00-12.00 (Collection)


The Embassy closes on the Indonesian and Dutch national holidays

Holiday 2019

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