"Indonesia has tightened their rules regarding entry into the country – and with a vengeance. nAv security reasons, be denied now travelers entry into the country if they have a well worn passport.nFlera holidaymakers have fallen into tears at the airport when they snuvats on a dream fishing trip. "
"Indonesia has tightened the rules for how worn a passport may be in order to be assessed as valid, writes Lonely Planet. The aim is to get better control over illegal immigration in the country – but this has implications also for the tourists. "
"Exactly how damaged a passport may be, however, there is no definition for. Instead lets Indonesia airlines make the assessment – which has led to regulations in some cases has become skrattresande hard. "
"Companies are at risk-namely, a fine of around 45.000 dollars if they released through a passport that the customs personnel in Indonesia deems as invalid. "
"Australia hardest hit."
"In England, brought a couple that would be on honeymoon to Bali in October. The couple's dog had chewed apart the man's passport before departure, which the british customs officers said was not a problem because all the data was intact. It was not the airport staff with on – whereupon they had to go back to London. "
"Earlier in the week was a teenage girl from Australia, denied entry into the country because of a small damage on the back, that her mother felt could have occurred after she scanned it in an e-biljettsmaskin. "
"the Whole of the 20 australian travellers has now been denied to enter the country because of regelskärpningarna. "
"most countries wont accept passports even if they have a certain wear, so long as all of the personal data can be inferred. "
"If you feel unsure about your travel, please check with your travel company. "