Legal Concerns for Mixed Marriages: Indonesians and Expatriates

Legal Concerns for Mixed Marriages: Indonesians and Expatriates

Immigration presentations

In November 2015 immigration officials came across with people of the nationality that is mixed community to present presentations on present laws and regulations. Listed here are copies of the presentations:

Isu-Isu Aktual reputation Keimigrasian dan Kewarganegaraan (present problems with respect to Immigration Status and Citizenship) presented by Friement F.S. Aruan, Direktur Izin Tinggal dan reputation Keimigrasian, Direktorat Jeneral Imigrasi (Director of Stay allows and Immigration reputation, Directorate General for Immigration). The presentation dealt because of the enrollment of young ones of blended marriages with double citizenship and affidavits (enrollment is obligatory, affidavit is optional), the very fact if they want to retain their Indonesian citizenship, and becoming an Indonesian citizen through declaration or naturalization that they have to claim Indonesian citizenship before their twenty-first birthday.

Tata Cara Memperoleh, Kehilangan, Pembatalan dan Memperoleh Kembali Kewarganegaraan Republik Bagi Pelaku Perkawinan Campuran dan Anak Berkewarganegaraan Ganda (Obtaining, Losing, Revoking and Regaining Indonesian Citizenship for people in Mixed Marriages and kids with double Citizenship) by Agus Rianto, Direktur Tata Negara, Direktorat Administrasi Hukum Umum (Director of State Institutions, Directorate of General Legal Administration). The presentation detailed just how to get Indonesian Citizenship therefore the documents that are required.

Kebijakan Administrasi Kependudukan dan Pencatatan Sipil Bagi Perkawinan Campur dan Anak Berkewarganegaraan – Ganda Terbatas (management of Population and Civil Registration for people in Mixed Marriages and kids with Dual Citizenship) by Ibu Ati Kadarwati, Direktur Pencatatan Sipil, Direktorat Jenderal Kependudukan dan Pencatatan Sipil (Director of Civil Registration, Directorate General for Population and Civil enrollment). […]