Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate for the citizens of Indonesia

Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate for the citizens of Indonesia
iVisa | Updated on Feb 25, 2020

Indonesian citizens who are planning a trip to Taiwan may be spared the effort of applying for a visa. There are a few conditions in place that allow you to skip the visa application process. If you meet them, then iVisa can help you apply for a Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate with minimal effort. Are you interested in learning more about the Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate? The information below should be of help.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Under which conditions can I apply for a Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate?

As an Indonesian citizen, you have the opportunity to obtain a Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate only if you possess one of these two documents:

  • You hold a valid resident or permanent resident card, a valid entry visa (may be electronic visa) or a resident card or visa that has expired less than 10 years before your arrival date in Taiwan issued by Australia, Canada, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand, any of the EU and Schengen countries, the United Kingdom, or the United States, or
  • You have an entry visa or resident card issued by Taiwan (ROC) in the last 10 years, and you have no record of any law violations in Taiwan. If you have neither of these, it does not matter that you are among the eligible nationalities, you will need to get a visa before traveling to Taiwan.

What are the requirements for a Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate?

Before you begin the online process of acquiring a Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate, you must make sure to have at hand the following:

  • Valid permanent passport – must be valid for at least 6 months after your date of arrival in Taiwan
  • Onward/return flight or ferry ticket
  • E-mail address
  • Means of payment – iVisa accepts credit or debit cards, PayPal, Alipay, and WeChat

How does the online application process work?

The online process of getting a Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate created by iVisa is incredibly accessible, you should be done with it in a matter of minutes. And if you need assistance along the way, feel free to contact iVisa’s customer support service. It is reachable non-stop and does not charge additional fees. The form at hand has two steps. During the first one, you are required to provide general information about yourself and your trip and to select a timeframe in which your application is processed. The second step wants you to review your form so that it does not contain mistakes and to make the payment. After you do that, just submit your application, and that is it.

How long does it take for my application to be processed?

It is up to you. For your convenience, iVisa created three possibilities as far as the timeframe in which your Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate arrives. That way, you can pick one depending on your specific needs. They are as follows:

  • Standard processing – 5 days
  • Rush processing – 3 days
  • Super Rush processing – 24 hours

What is the cost of a Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate?

The Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate itself is free of charge. However, when you apply for one with iVisa, you must pay a service fee. That service fee depends on which processing speed you select for your application. The faster the processing, the more you are charged. Here are all three pricings:

  • Standard - USD 20.00
  • Rush - USD 50.00
  • Super Rush - USD 70.00

What is the validity period of a Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate?

The Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate enjoys a validity period of 90 days after arrival.

How much time can I spend in Taiwan with a Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate?

The Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate grants you a stay of no more than 14 days Per Entry.

How many entries does a Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate cover?

The Taiwan Travel Authorization Certificate is a Multiple Entry visa.

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