What to do if your passport is lost or stolen while abroad?
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The first thing you need to do is go to the local police station to report the theft or loss of your passport. This procedure will protect you in case of misuse of your passport. You will also receive a police report describing the circumstances of the loss or theft.
Tips: a scan or photocopy of a passport should be made before international trips. Photocopies should be kept in a location other than the actual passport, for extra security, in case something happens to the original document.
You must also report the loss or theft of your passport at the nearest embassy or consulate of your country of citizenship. If you are in possession of copies or scans of your passport, do enclose them in your report.
The following are the documents that must be prepared for processing lost/damaged passports at the immigration office:
1. Police Certificate (Lost or Stolen Passport)
2. Identity Card;
3. Family Card;
4. Birth certificate and/or School Diploma;
5. Old passport (especially for damaged passports).
Announcement: Sahabat Insurance' Operational Hours During Eid al-Fitr Holiday
Dear Valued Costumer,
Following the government's policy regarding National Holidays and Joint Leaves, Sahabat Insurance will be closed on 19 - 25 April 2023. Sahabat Insurance will resume its normal operation on 26 April 2023.
But don’t worry, in case you urgently need to contact us, call or drop us a message via WhatsApp 021-50508080 on 19 - 25 April 2023 at 09.00 - 15.00, Jakarta time.
Greetings to you for blessed and joyous Eid al-Fitr
National Insurance Day 2022
National Insurance Awareness Day celebrated every year on October 18th. Insurance is important in many aspects of our lives. From car insurance, to home insurance and more, these policies offer a layer of protection to guard us from feeling the harshest of blows by unfortunate events.
Celebrating National Insurance Day with the theme of Insurance Literacy for the Country and Financial Inclusion Month with the theme of Increasing Financial Inclusion, Stronger Economy, Sahabat Insurance presents a virtual event series on Sahabat Insurance's social media channels and don't miss the opportunity to win a giveaway during October 2022.
Follow us on instagram dan Facebook for insurance tips dan giveaways. Call us on 021-50508080 for more information.
Get acquainted with the Guiding Block!
Some people, especially those living in urban areas, are familiar with the yellow line across the sidewalk, the line is not a decoration but a guiding block for blind pedestrians.
In the language of guiding block, it means the blocks to guide the way. This facility was built as an effort by the government to provide access for blind people to be able to walk independently following the yellow line. The installation of guiding blocks must be correct considering that each texture that appears on the blocks has its own meaning. In general, there are two types of guiding blocks, namely lines (line type) and dots (spot type).
For the long line means to show the visually impaired to go on. Meanwhile, the type of the dots is a stop or there are obstacles and turns ahead.
Insurance Policy and Stamp Duty
Insurance is an agreement between two parties, namely the insurance company and the policyholder (UU 40/2014). Referring to the above, an insurance policy is an agreement document between the insurer and the insured, so that the insurance policy is subject to a stamp duty (Rp 10.000). Stamp duty is charged on the amount of the premium paid in relation to a policy of general insurance.