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Original name: Undang-undang Nomor 6 tahun 2011 tentang Keimigrasian
Name: Law on Immigration (Law No. 6/2011).
Country: Indonesia
Subject(s): Elimination of forced labour; Migrant workers
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2011-05-05
Entry into force:
Published on: Business News, 2011-12-16, No. 8195/Year-LVI, pp. 22-48 [Articles 32-128]
Business News, 2011-12-14, No. 8193-8194/Year-LVI, pp. 46-48 [Articles 1-31]
Business News, 2011-12-23, No. 8198/Year-LVI, pp. 26-46 [articles 129-145 and Notes for Law]
ISN: IDN-2011-L-89341
Bibliography: Business News, 2011-12-16, No. 8195/Year-LVI, pp. 22-48 [Articles 32-128]
Business News, 2011-12-14, No. 8193-8194/Year-LVI, pp. 46-48 [Articles 1-31]
Business News, 2011-12-23, No. 8198/Year-LVI, pp. 26-46 [articles 129-145 and Notes for Law]
Unofficial English Translation Unofficial English Translation Information site for Law No. 6, www.uu6-2011.info PDF PDF (consulted on 2012-02-13)
Law in Indonesian Law in Indonesian Diretorate of Immigration, Indonesia PDF PDF (consulted on 2012-02-13)
Abstract/Citation: Chapter I - General Provisions
Chapter II - Execution of Immigration Function
Chapter III - Entering and Leaving Indonesian Territory
Chapter IV - Travel Documents of the Republic of Indonesia
Chapter V - Visa, Entry Stamp and Stay Permit
Chapter VI - Immigration Control
Chapter VII - Immigration Administrative Measures
Chapter VIII - Immigration Detention Centre and Immigration Detention Room [NOTE: articles 86-90 deal with the Treatment of the Victims of Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling]
Chapter IX - Prevention and Denial
Chapter X - Investigation
Chapter XI - Criminal Provisions
Chapter XII - Expenses
Chapter XIII - Transitional Provisions (articles 139-140)
Chapter XIV - Transitional Provisions (article 141)
Chapter XV - Conclusion
Repealed text(s):

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