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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) of the Republic of China (Taiwan) launched the e-Visa Program on January 12, 2016. This simplified visa policy saves applicants' time, energy, and money. The applicant doesn’t need to physically apply at the embassy or consulate.
Travelers of certain nationalities eligible for an e-Visa must obtain an e-code from their host organizations in Taiwan prior to applying for an e-visa. To obtain the e-code, applicants must be invited to attend international conferences or activities in Taiwan – organized, co-organized or sponsored by central government agencies or certain non-governmental organizations.
An e-Visa is an official document issued electronically by ROC overseas missions that allows foreign nationals to enter and travel in Taiwan. When an e-Visa application has been approved, applicants are required to present the printout of the e-Visa at the immigration checkpoint for verification upon arrival in Taiwan.
Required Documents to Apply
Your passport with validity of at least six (6) months from the date of intended entry into Taiwan.
A credit/debit card or Paypal account.
The validity of the Taiwan e-Visa is 90 days after today.
The e-Visa is a Single Entry visa and the maximum duration of stay in Taiwan is 30 days in Total.
The Taiwan e-Visa cannot be extended or converted to any other type of visa.
Taiwan e-Visa holders can enter Taiwan on any date within the period of validity.
e-Visa applicants must possess an ordinary, official or diplomatic passport with validity of at least six months from the date of intended entry into Taiwan.
The traveler is required to present a paper copy of the e-Visa at the immigration checkpoint for verification by the National Immigration Agency upon arrival in Taiwan.
e-Visas are granted for tourism and business purposes, as well as for visiting relatives and attending international conferences or sporting events in Taiwan.
If you are not from one of the following countries, you are required to obtain an e-code from your host organization in Taiwan: Bahrain, Burkina Faso, Colombia, Dominica, Ecuador, eSwatini, Kiribati, Kuwait, Marshall Islands,Mauritius, Montenegro, Oman, Palau, Panama, Peru, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Solomon Islands, Swaziland, Turkey, and United Arab Emirates.
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Frequently Asked Questions
An e-Visa is an official document issued electronically by ROC (Republic of China) overseas missions that allow foreign nationals to enter and travel in Taiwan. When an e-visa application has been approved, applicants are required to present the printout of the e-visa at the immigration checkpoint for verification upon arrival in Taiwan.
The Health Declaration it is a new requirement that has been included by the Taiwanese authorities in order to stop the spread of COVID-19. It is mandatory to present this document upon arrival in this country. You can process your Health Declaration with us here.
- Your passport with validity of at least six months from the intended date of entry into Taiwan.
- A credit/debit card or Paypal account.
- Standard Processing: 7 Business Days
- Rush Processing: 5 Business Days
- Super Rush Processing: 3 Business Days
You do not need to apply for an e-Visa if you do not plan on leaving the international transit area of the airport in Taiwan. However, you will need a Health Declaration.
Even though you won’t go out of the transit zone, we recommend you to acquire this health document. It is very important in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Yellow Fever vaccine is required if traveling from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.
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