Taiwan visa for Nepalese

Taiwan visa for Nepalese
iVisa | Updated on Feb 14, 2020


Taiwan has permitted the issuance of eVisa last January 2016. Applicable to 23 countries, the nationals who have the privilege increased once in October that year. Most probably, it will expand again in the near future. As of the moment, you have to check your eligibility to visit Taiwan. You can use the Visa Checker on iVisa’s website to accomplish that. Input your nationality as Nepalese; click on Taiwan as your destination. You will know on the spot if you qualify for a Taiwan eVisa. If qualified, you will also get clear instructions on how to apply online.

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What documents Nepalese need?

To spare Nepalese from all the bureaucracy that goes with acquiring a visa, iVisa created this service. iVisa had shown several times that it can help travelers all over the globe, this alone is already a perfect reason for you to try their services. Nepalese simply needs to produce a few things to help them get started. Of course, the most important requirement is a valid passport. All travelers need to have a passport, regardless of where they are from. Depending on your circumstance, you may also be required to present the following:

  • Proof of accommodation – you may be asked to provide a hotel confirmation or a letter from a host in Taiwan.

  • Invitation letter – if you go to Taiwan for business purposes, you may have received an invitation letter, but that is not always applicable.

  • Bank statement – many countries will ask for proof that you can provide for yourself while in the country, and Taiwan is one of them.

  • Return flight ticket.

  • Copies of your passport’s main page.

  • Digital passport-sized photo.

Although case to case basis, the documents above may be asked by immigration officers. As such, it is highly suggested for Nepalese to have them just in case. This is to prevent any unpleasant incidents like delays.

Taiwan eVisa – the application form

Filling an online application is another requirement for Nepalese in acquiring a visa. You do not need to worry since the form is pretty basic. iVisa also prides itself on having a superb customer service. They are available 24/7, in case that you may need guidance.

The form that you need to complete is divided into three steps:

  1. The first step of filling in your basic information will only consume five minutes. Nepalese also need to choose whether they want a single or double entry, at this point. Then choose the preferred processing time. Although the processing times have different fees, the type of entry does not have extra fees. For that, iVisa provides you three options:

    • Standard processing – this is the most viable option for you if you have a lot of time before your departure. This one will have your application processed within 7 business days for the cost of $79.

    • Rush processing – this option will lessen the waiting period a little. Your Taiwan eVisa will be in your e-mail inbox within 5 business days, but it costs a bit more than the previous option. You will be charged $109.

    • Super Rush processing – if it is urgent and you need your visa as quickly as possible, then this is the best option you have. iVisa will send you your Taiwan eVisa in just 3 business days. However, this option is more expensive as expected. It costs $129.

  2. You can make the payment after you reviewed your information in the form. iVisa accepts credit/debit cards and PayPal payments as well.

  3. Nepalese may be required to submit additional documents but it depends on the situation. The number of documents varies from person to person, depending on your situation. For example, Nepalese traveling with minors will need additional documents than people travel alone.

As you can see, it is not that difficult applying through the internet. The document you receive is good for 90 days, and it will allow you a 30-day stay in Taiwan. As for the entries, Nepalese can enter the country once or twice, depending on the choice you selected on the application.


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