Jakarta, July 11 (CNA) Two Indonesian workers who have never worked in Taiwan were issued work visas on Thursday under a trial relaxed direct hiring scheme, according to Taiwan's representative office in Jakarta.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China (Taiwan) announces one year extension of its trial of 14 days visa-free entry program for any Brunei national, as well as permanent resident with a Brunei Certificate of Identity, effective from August 1, 2019 to July 31, 2020.
It has come to our notice recently that an unauthorized website is providing false and scam information regarding visa and work permit application of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
Taipei, July 2 (CNA) Taiwan on Tuesday announced an extension of visa-free treatment for citizens of the Philippines, Thailand, Brunei and Russia for another year after seeing significant growth in tourist numbers from these countries thanks to the program.
The Thai government approved Wednesday a plan to extend its waiver on visa-on-arrival fees for visitors from 21 countries, including Taiwan, for another six months, Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) confirmed Thursday.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will begin a trial on November 1 offering Philippine nationals visa-free entry to Taiwan for up to 14 days.
A trial program offering passport holders from Brunei, the Philippines and Thailand visa-free entry to Taiwan for up to 14 days will be extended for another year, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs July 12.
MOFA announces one-year extension of 14-day visa-free entry program for Brunei, Philippine, and Thai nationals
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on July 12 the extension of its trial 14-day visa-free entry program for nationals from Brunei, the Philippines, and Thailand.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will start issuing next-generation e-Passports on February 5, 2018. Starting on that date, citizens may apply for such passports at MOFA’s Bureau of Consular Affairs, its branch offices in Taichung, Kaohsiung, Hualian, and Chiayi, or missions abroad.
The Republic of China (Taiwan) passport ranked 32nd in the latest Visa Restrictions Index released Jan. 9 by London-headquartered citizenship and residency advisory firm Hanley and Partners.