The task force was launched on request from the immigration director general, Silmy Karim.
With a target of 100 immigration control operations every month set, a rise in fines and even deportations has been forecasted.
"We hope that with the formation of the Bali Becik Task Force, the level of violations of laws and norms by foreigners in Bali will decrease," Karim told local reporters.
Karim claimed there was a strong link between low-spending tourists and the amount of trouble they caused.
"The main problem regarding foreigners in Bali is the large number of foreign tourists with low spending who often make trouble," he said.
"Because Bali is included in the category of cheap tourist destinations, so it attracts thin-pocketed tourists."
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