- Nationals of Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam and Laos can apply online for an R.O.C. Travel Authorization Certificate and once they get it, they are able to the entry.
- The holder of a R.O.C. Travel Authorization Certificate is valid for 90 days. It’s allowed to have multiple entries within these 90 days. People who got the R.O.C. Travel Authorization Certificate will be allowed to stay for up to 14 days Per Entry, starting from the day after arrival.
- If the holder wishes to apply for another R.O.C. Travel Authorization Certificate, they must do so seven days prior to the expiry of the current certificate.
- Upon arrival, the visitor is required to present the Travel Authorization Certificate together with the Resident Card or the visa that you registered, and return ticket for immigration inspection.
- This Travel Authorization Certificate is valid for multiple entries. If not utilized before its expiry date, a new Travel Authorization Certificate must be applied for.
- The Travel Authorization Certificate is required for both arrival and departure immigration inspection in Taiwan.
- The applicant must possess at least one of the following documents issued by Australia, Canada, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, any of EU and Schengen countries, the United Kingdom, or the United States: a valid resident or permanent resident card, a valid entry visa (may be an electronic visa) or a resident card or visa that has expired less than 10 years prior to the date of arrival in Taiwan.
- The applicant must possess an entry visa or resident card issued by the R.O.C. at any point in the past 10 years and must have no record of immigration irregularities or law violations in Taiwan.
- Online applications can only be made by people holding valid regular passports. Persons holding temporary, emergency, or informal passports, or travel documents other than a passport, cannot submit online applications.