1. Documents and Letters issued by a Dutch institution can be applicable in Indonesia, provided the documents have been legalized by:
    1. The District Court
    2. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands (Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken)
    3. The Indonesian Embassy
  2. Legalization process for a business document or letter
    • Fee: € 120/document. Payment: PIN only
    • Requirements are:
      1. Original company/business document, which has been legalized by the District Court and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.
      2. Photocopy of the document(s).
      3. A cover letter from the (applicant) company to request the Indonesian Embassy to legalize the document. For a courier company, the cover letter should clearly mention the appointment of the designated courier company to act on their behalf to deliver the document to the Indonesian Embassy for legalization process.
        Note:
        • Legalization of a letter of intent, letter of appointment, and/or distribution agreement (to acquire a statement letter), and/or
        • Legalization process of exporter of non-hazardous and non-toxic waste to Indonesia,
        will be undergone verification by the Trade Attaché (phone: 070-3108-142, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) before legalization process at the Consular counter

  3. Legalization process for a personal document or non-business document
      • Fee: € 25/document. Payment: PIN only
      • Requirements are:
        1. Letter of Power Attorney of a Dutch Nationality: This document should be legalized by the local government (Gemeente) and the Consular Service Center (Consulairediensten Centrum) at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands (Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken).
        2. Birth Certificate/Marriage Certificate/Death Certificate issued by a Dutch institution: This document should be legalized by the local government (Gemeente) and the Consular Service Center (Consulairediensten Centrum) at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands (Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken).
        3. Diploma Certificate of a Dutch Nationality: This document should be legalized by DUO (De Dienst Uitvoering Onderwijs), a Dutch Organization under the Ministry of Education and the Consular Service Center (Consulairediensten Centrum) at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands (Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken).
    Note: For all the above-mentioned documents, the applicant (Dutch Nationality) should enclose her/his passport (original and copy).
  4. Documents and Letters issued by an Indonesian institution can be applicable in the Netherlands, provided the documents have been legalized by:
    1. Ministry of Justice and Human Rights Affairs (https://legalisasi.ahu.go.id/) in Jakarta.
    2. Directorate of Consular of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia (https://kemlu.go.id/portal/en/konsuler) in Jakarta.
    3. The Dutch Embassy in Jakarta.

 

Tobias Asserlaan 8,
2517 KC Den Haag, Belanda

 

 

www.indonesia.nl

Contact & Services

Office Hour:
Monday - Friday
10.00 - 16.00 

Consular: 
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
11.00-12.00

Passport: 
Wednesday & Friday
10.30-12.30 (submission)

14.00-15.00 (collection)

Visa: 
Tuesday & Thursday
10.30-12.30 (submission) 
14.00-15.00 (collection)

 


The Embassy closes on the Indonesian and Dutch national holidays

Holiday 2020

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