Hello,dude... Can i know where you live now? Loving street food reminds me to get in touch with you,I'm seeking some information on how to get indonedian citizenship.
To answer some questions one might have.... Why? Because this is home, I don't like having to do business awkwardly due to my citizenship, and...a whole bunch of other headaches would be relieved. If I want to move back to the USA some day, then I'll deal with it. No, I don't want to change my citizenship because of Trump or US politics. I migrated to Indonesia. It is home and will be likely till I get old and die from eating street food.
Married to WNI for 8+ years
Currently on KITAP (on 2nd year)
Previously on KITAS for 5 years with no breaks or exit only permit.
Mid-November will be 7 years total on KITAS/KITAP, Was on sosbud for 2 months prior to getting KITAS.
Does anyone have a good source for information on how to gain Indonesian citizenship? Otherwise options I think are go knocking at imigrasi or find an immigration lawyer.
I cannot renounce my british citizenship at the Brit embassy either, it is an online process with the Home Office in the UK, the dealings I had here with the embassy were merely to get official letters to say they had no objection to my gaining Indonesian citizenship, and to cancel my passport - i assume they make some sort of letter & cut a corner off the passport. Not sure not done that bit yet.Hi, i have a question. I contacted my embassy for info on renouncing my citizenship in order to become indonesian. They told me that due to the pandemic, theyre not doing that. I had a similar situation last year when my passport expired, and they wernt doing that either.. so i had to fly back, make a passport in my country and return. After 11 years of being away from my home country, that trip was not an easy one! The experience has left me traumatised and i decided that i want nothing to do withmy country of birth anymore. But now it appears that i cant even renounce my citizenship at the embassy!!! I feel so betrayed by my country of birth. Probably the only country in the world right now thats not processing passports or renounciations of citizenship. I also appear to be the only south african on this forum. Is there any hope for me? I feel almost stateless in a way
Unfortunately not. As per UUD the President RI and Wakil Presiden must be native Indonesian citizens.Are you now able to be a candidate for the Presidency?
The why not is mainly because I don't want to be mithered daily with people's bickering and petty problems - I have enough to deal with making my dogs behaveUnfortunately not. As per UUD the President RI and Wakil Presiden must be native Indonesian citizens.
But she can be Minister or DPR or even Ibu RT. I know an Eks WNA who became pak RT after becoming Indonesian so why not.
If you ever visited a school here you would see just how young an age, militarised begins.When all that is sorted and you enter the political arena do you think you could get mayors, governors and other officials to stop wearing military uniforms? It seems to be designed to remind everyone who really runs the country.
They all grew up during Suharto’s era, so they are conditioned from birth to idolize military values. Even if they don’t personally like marching around like soldiers in uniform, a lot of people half expect them to dress and act that way to symbolize authority. The majority of governors, regents and mayors used to be military officers, so it was natural for them.When all that is sorted and you enter the political arena do you think you could get mayors, governors and other officials to stop wearing military uniforms? It seems to be designed to remind everyone who really runs the country.