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After a bit search, I was lucky to find a school that teaches fully in Arabic just like any school back home. All subjects are in Arabic and some English and teachers are native speakers as well. The school is called Alharamain Saudi Academy and it is administered by the Saudi Embassy in Jakarta. Also, they do accept any Arab not only Saudis and they have ...


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According to http://www.globalpropertyguide.com/Asia/indonesia/Buying-Guide, the general answer is that you can't really, and that your current arrangement is probably the best you can do. Apparently what foreigners do is either buy a right to use property or buy a convertible lease to a condominium (the lease basically is a contract which gives you the ...


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In general, Indonesia is remarkably hostile towards foreign investment. The overall understanding is that the country is poor because too little of it is locally owned. For this reason, it is extremely difficult for a foreigner to start a business by himself. Since your wife sponsored you, you have two basic options: You can create your own business, but ...


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Documents from non-apostille countries are attested, or confirmed to be legal. In Indonesia, your birth certificate must be legalized by the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights and by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. A subsequent attestation or legalization may be required by Mauritius and, to be certain, you should check with the Mauritian Consulate in ...


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