Apply for Resident Identity Card (Kartu Tanda Penduduk) In Indonesia By Online
- Visit the Urban Village Administration Office and bring the documents required as listed below.
- Send the documents.
- The Director of the Urban Village will accept and review your submitted documents.
- Pay the amount.
- The head of the Urban Village will sign the KTP and also conduct other administrative tasks.
Required Documents For Apply for Resident Identity Card
Requirements to apply for a New Identity Card for a Residential Identity Card
- Letter of cover written by the Head of RTor head of RW
- Photocopy of the Family Card
- Three (3) most recent photos with dimensions of 2×3 cm
- SKPPB If the applicant is newcomer to the city from out of Jakarta Capital City
- Birth certificate photocopy
- SKPPT, in the event that you are a non-native
- A proof of payment of an amount for a late application for an application for KTP
Office Locations and Contacts
Department of Civil and Social Registration and of Population Regional Offices for Service Jl. S. Parman No. 7 Jakarta Barat
Tel. Nos. : 5666241, 5681118
Contacts : http://www.jakarta.go.id/eng/no_penting
Jakarta residents who are over age 17 or are getting married.
- This Residential Identity Card is valid for five years, with the exception of those who are old (aged 60 years or more) that is valid for the rest of their lives.
- The expiry date for the identity card for residential use is determined by the month of birth and the birth date of the individual.
If the KTP becomes damaged, lost, or is stolen from, it has to be replaced with a brand new one.
- An application for a resident identification card, also known as a KTP is required within 14 days of the day that a person is age of 14 years, the day of marriage, as well as the date that a person becomes an Jakarta resident.
The replacement of a residential identity card should be done within 14 days following the date of expiry.
The Document is required
The Residence Identity Card or KTP is the official identity card for an individual living within Jakarta Capital City. It is required for all inhabitants from Jakarta Capital City who have reached the age of 17 or who are married.
Information that could be helpful
Only the representatives of other countries and international organisations, diplomatic corps, their families, and those who are temporary residence (holders of KIMor KIMS) don’t have to have the KTP.
Identification Card of the Resident