ChatGPT Creator Receives Golden Visa with Immigration Benefits to Indonesia

Indonesian Immigration Director General Silmi Karim announced that his country has awarded Sam Altman, founder of OpenAI and creator of ChatGPT, the first 10-year “golden visa” issued in Indonesia.

Altman with his recent projects emphasized the potential of Indonesia as an emerging technology hub, the award is given one week after the opening of the FDI program.

Silmi Karim told CNBV that with this visa, Altman will receive additional immigration benefits in Indonesia, which will allow it to further contribute to the technological and business development of the country.

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“There are several categories of golden visas in addition to those based on investment/capital investment, one of which is the golden visa, which awarded to figures of international reputation and they can benefit Indonesia,” said the migration director.

With a 10-year visa, Altman could attract a range of investments and collaborations. change the technological landscape and the economy in the country, the head of immigration confirmed.

“Indonesia has welcomed Sam Altman with open arms and The tech industry is looking forward to seeing how this new collaboration it will change the future,” he said.

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The benefits of this visa include priority when going through immigration procedures at the airports, they will also provide you with the possibility of a long stay and the convenience of entering and leaving the country.

The golden visa concept is not innovative. given that countries such as the United States, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, Ireland and Spain programs like this have been around for a long time.

Source: Aristegui Noticias