BANDUNG- The regional office of Ministry of Law and Human Rights (Kemenkumham) West Java Province tightens their supervision over 11.000 foreigners(WNA), 5.000 people of them are foreign workers (TKA).
Head of West Java Kemenkumham Office, Susy Susilawati, stated that the numbers of foreigners are dominated by South Koreans, as many as 74.000 TKA in Indonesia and 5.000 people of them are South Korean Citizens that work in several areas in West Java.
"Around 5.000 South Korean Citizens work in West Java," he reported to journalist in Bandung on Friday (17/2/2017).
Susy added that the ministry supervises foreigners in West Java by intensifying the period of their visa. However, this far the limit access of immigration office becomes the barrier for this supervision.
“The barrier is that the total numbers of foreigners in West Java are 11.000 people, yet we only have eight immigration offices," he said. (MAT)