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Bank Statements for Visa Application

Posted by mooball on 17/8/2015 at 22:02 TF writer

Has anyone had any experience with having to provide bank statements when applying for a 60 day tourist visa? I've never had to provide them before, but this time I've read that the requirements are AU$600/week... which roughly equates to 50,000,000 rupiah per person for a 2 month stay in Indonesia. Not sure why they'd require that, but here is the reference.

http://www.kbri-canberra.org.au/index.php/visa-service-kbri-canberra/visa/tourist-visa

I've also seen similar references with different monetary requirements on the London embassy and Melbourne consulate websites. What's your view?

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Posted by gecktrek on 17/8/2015 at 23:33

hey mooball, i had a similar experience when applying through the sydney consulate in april, just before the executions. Had to email my statements to them as they were temporally closing the next day...

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Posted by larinaperez4 on 18/8/2015 at 04:02

You don't need any bank statement. Just apply for visa and enjoy trip to Bali.

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Posted by mooball on 18/8/2015 at 04:10 TF writer

So... How do you explain gecktrek having to provide bank statements?

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Posted by gecktrek on 18/8/2015 at 06:37

hey mooball, perhaps its just a requirement for the 60 day visa. I spent approx. au$200 per week going through lembata & flores so far... arrived in sumba today... they didn't specify an amount when i applied, but $600/week would seem more than enough!

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Posted by somtam2000 on 18/8/2015 at 07:53 admin

@gecktrek $200 a week through Flores is pretty good going - especially Australian dollars!

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Posted by gecktrek on 18/8/2015 at 21:14

hey somtam, it's certainly doable, although with a flight to sumba and the current fuel shortages here, things should be quite a bit more expensive...

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Posted by savorygal on 18/8/2015 at 21:49

I had to provide bank statements a few years ago, when I got a 60 day social visa

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