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Consular Fees

Please note that these fees are updated from time to time to bring them into line with Euro fees charged by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Ireland. Fees below are payable in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) and are valid from 09 April 2018.

Consular Fees

Foreign Birth Registration (FBR) (Citizenship applications through an Irish-born grandparent).

Under 18 years of age

€153 (payable online)

Over 18 years of age

€278 (payable online)

Certificat de Coutume (CDC) (Certificate of Freedom to Marry)

€66 (payable online)

For administering an oath or receiving a declaration or affirmation, with or without attestation or signature IDR 900,000.00

For verifying or certifying a copy of any document IDR 575,000.00

For attesting the signature or seal of a foreign authority IDR 575,000.00

Miscellaneous Consular Letter IDR 575,000.00

For the provision of any services (other than the issue of a passport) outside its normal hours of opening, in addition to the fee for that service IDR 750,000.00 for each hour or fraction thereof, subject to a maximum fee of IDR 4,500,000.00 per day.

For the provision of any consular service, at a place other than a diplomatic or consular office (Travel and other expenses incurred in relation to the provision of the service may also be charged) IDR 750,000.00 for each hour or fraction thereof, subject to a maximum fee of IDR 4,500,000.00 per day.

Important Notes regarding payment of fees

We regret that we cannot accept payment by debit or credit card. Payment by cash is acceptable for applications presented in person at the Embassy in Jakarta or by bank transfer. Please contact the Embassy directly for bank details.

If you are not able to collect documents personally, you may arrange collection by your representative. In this case, a letter authorising the person to collect your documents on your behalf should be provided to the Embassy. You may also arrange for a courier to collect your documents; however you do so at your own risk and the Embassy cannot accept responsibility for any documents lost in transit.