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Every year, many thousands of Indonesians leave their home to move overseas and benefit from employment opportunities. From fishermen to engineers to medical therapists, there are now four million migrant works in countries as diverse as Malaysia and the US.
The migration is largely controlled and regulated by the government under BNP2TKI and there are many associations and companies sending skillful workers overseas for three-year contracts in conjunction with the Ministry of Manpower and Foreign Ministry.
Many make this choice with the intention of helping their family’s financial situation and have a need to transfer a portion of the money they earn to the people they love and support.
At Intrajasa we believe that the costs traditionally associated with remittance are too high and we aim to bring efficient and more cost-effective solution to the people of Indonesia.