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All visitors to Bali must have two fully blank passport pages in their passports.  The “endorsement” page at the back of the passport does not generally count as a blank page.  Balinese immigration authorities will not allow you to enter the country if you do not meet this requirement!

Please see our Country Specific Information for more information:

Bali Tourist Police office: (62-361) 754 599 / (62-361) 224 111

U.S. Consular Agency
Jl. Hayam Wuruk 310, Denpasar 80235, Bali, Indonesia
Phone: (62-361) 233-605, Fax: (62-361) 222-426
After Hours Emergencies: (081) 133-4183

Public Inquiry Hours: Monday through Friday, 09:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon and 01:00 pm - 03:30 pm, closed on American and Indonesian holidays
Note: It is best to make an appointment for paid consular services by phone or email.

The Consular Agency in Bali provides routine American Citizen Services during regular business hours. These services include: performing notarials, accepting applications for passports, extra passport pages, and reports of birth of U.S. citizens abroad, absentee voting assistance, Enrollment of presence in Indonesia, etc.

Applicants for fee-based services are advised to schedule an appointment by emailing us at or call (62-361) 233-605.

The Consular Agency does not process visas and has no role in the visa application process. For information regarding non-immigrant visas, please visit the tab entitled "Non-Immigrant Visa" and for information regarding immigrant visas, please visit the web site of the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta.

Links to lists of Attorneys and Medical doctors in Bali are on the left side of the screen

Disclaimer: The Consulate General in Surabaya and The Consular Agency in Bali assume no responsibility for the professional ability or integrity of the persons whose names appear in the lists, however, the names are selected with care.