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Lisa King
Thu, 18 Aug 2022 07:59 EDT
Exit Re-entry Permit (ERP)
Hi I’m just wondering if they process ERP’s at the consulate? My visa has expires and I am abroad, I have booked a flight back to Indonesia for a holiday but need an ERP before I return. Can you help with this?
Abdul salam
Tue, 14 Jul 2020 01:47 EDT
Sat, 25 Jun 2016 11:11 EDT
Lowongan Sebagai Guru Bahasa Indonesia
Saya Warga Negara Republik Indonesia
TTL : AIR MOLEK, 08 November 1991
Provinsi: Riau
Pendidikan: S1 jurusan Bahasa Dan Sastra Indonesia, Universitas Andalas lulusan tahun 2015.
Saya bermaksud menggali informasi lowongan pekerjaan di bidang pengajaran Bahasa Indonesia. Kompentensi saya sebagai pengajar Bahasa Indonesia Dan juga says sudah banyak berinteraksi Dan melakukan praktik berbahasa Indonesia kepada mahasisea darmasiswa di Universitas saya. Penelitian saya juga terkait pembelajaran Bahasa Indonesia pada Orang Asing. Apabila ada informasi lowongan pekerjaan yang sesuai dengan kapasitas saya, semoga bapak/ibu berkenan sharing informasi melalui email saya.
FB : Arrahim Lydiawati (Amoy Violentisca)
saumiaja lalitya
Fri, 29 Apr 2016 00:37 EDT
seeking employment
If given the opportunity, for my love of cooking and House Keeping, I would like to apply as Cook or Major Domo or assistant at the prestigeous Indonesian Embassy in Perth..

In 1996 I visited Perth and loved the place so much..especially Fremantle..and therefore look forward to this endeavour....kindly reply if the posts are available...
Mon, 25 Jan 2016 08:07 EST
saya uitsi, saya lulusan s1 hubungan internasional di universitas udayana-bali. Sekarang saya lagi menempuh pendidikan di perth. bisa minta info apa saja syarat untuk magang di konsulat indonesia di perth?
terimakasih banyak
Inyoman trisna sanjaya
Sat, 10 Oct 2015 04:06 EDT
Looking job chef or cook in embassy indonesian Australia
I would like to work in embassy indonesian in Australia...any information ,
If any chance i ready to be chef or cook as well for indonesian food and balinese food

Please direct to my email for more information


Inyoman Sanjaya
Wed, 29 Apr 2015 02:12 EDT
will tony do this also for others or only drug dealers
who's crying for the dead addicts?
Indonesia has its laws and these guys new this but because Australia is soft on drug pushers they thought they could get away with it as they do in Australia and most other permissive countries.
You people writing in don't give a dam about all the lives these drug pushing people wreck, so if it stops some of these drug criminals then it has done some good.
Two deaths maybe will save a thousand others, and it is strange that we don't here you people writing in about all the other injustices that go on, so are you all drug uses that want everyone to agree with your damnable habit?
wyan sutra
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 22:22 EDT
bali / west papau
Why dont we use the 600ml$ aid ment for indo for arms and hardware to suply west papau people (our nabours ) so at least they can defend them selves against there long runing slaghter, i hope the united nations is looking at this
john tampa
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 21:09 EDT
those of you takeing your children to bali for a holiday need your head read,it is very unsafe ,not just in the bars but in your hotels on the street in transport and even the local restaurants unhygienic contaminated food , and if that dont kill ya kids then the untrained and ill aquiped unhygienic hospials will, just ask any body who has been to one.
john harold
Wed, 11 Mar 2015 03:54 EDT
an ordinary Australian
to the President of Indonesia

sir as an ordinary Australian I have to say that like many Australians I have a great deal of respect and affection for the Indonesian people. I dont believe that the two Australians facing execution could have achieved such a remarkable rehabilitation under our prison system . I am not asking you to change your laws we should all respect the laws of countries that we visit. I am asking you to acknowledge the success of your system and pardon these two men to show the world that such rehabilitation is possible and your prison system has done that.nobody could condone what they have done but I truly believe that they can and have had a positive effect in fighting drug use while they have been in prison please sir spare them and let them continue to do the good work that your own prison authorities appreciate and acknowledge

john harold

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