🚩🚩🚩 🚩Updated on Sep 5, 2022
Following an announcement by the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan) will reinstate visa-exempt entry scheme for nationals of the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, European countries, and diplomatic allies starting September 12, 2022. The scheme is open to the designated nations' nationals entering Taiwan to engage in activities that do not require a permit, such as business, exhibition visits, fact-finding missions, international exchanges, visiting relatives, tourism, and social events. For activities that, according to the laws and regulations of relevant agencies, do require a permit, travelers must apply to the central competent authority of the R.O.C. (Taiwan) for permission and obtain a special entry permit (visa) from an R.O.C. (Taiwan) overseas mission.
For information on visa exemption regulations, required documentation, and other details, please visit the Bureau of Consular Affairs website （https://www.boca.gov.tw/cp-149-4486-7785a-2.html ）. Foreign nationals who wish to travel to Taiwan but do not meet the requirements for visa-exempt entry should ensure that their purpose of travel is among the reasons for entry currently allowed by the CECC. They must prepare relevant documents and apply for a special entry permit (visa) at an R.O.C. (Taiwan) overseas mission. A cap on the total number of arrivals remains in place and inbound passengers are still required to follow current CECC regulations of three days of home quarantine and four days of self-initiated pandemic prevention.
The above measures will be adjusted on a rolling basis by the CECC based on the development of the pandemic.
🚩🚩 🚩Updated on August 10, 2022
On August 10, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that, effective from 00:00 on August 15 (incoming flight's scheduled arrival time in Taiwan), all travelers coming to Taiwan will no longer be required to provide a result of a PCR test taken within two days of their flight schedule time. However, those who test positive abroad are still required to wait over seven days from their specimen collection date before taking a flight to Taiwan in order to prevent cross-border transmission of the disease.
🚩🚩 Updated on July 25, 2022
The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) has announced that beginning July 25, 2022, entry restrictions to the Republic of China (Taiwan) will be further relaxed to allow foreign nationals to apply for a special entry permit (visa) for attending Conference or Exhibition.
Foreign nationals wishing to visit Taiwan for the aforementioned purposes must prepare the relevant documents and apply for a special entry permit (visa) at an R.O.C. (Taiwan) overseas mission.
🔔The list of Taiwan’s overseas representative offices: https://www.boca.gov.tw/sp-foof-countrylp-01-2.html
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All foreign travelers and returning Taiwan nationals must comply with health requirements (including 3-day quarantine and 4-day self-initiated epidemic prevention) stipulated by the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC).
🚩 Updated on July 13, 2022
Currently, travelers may apply VISA for business purpose; however, the following procedures are still required:
3-day quarantine and 4-day self-initiated epidemic prevention
Please visit the following links to apply for a special entry permit from Taiwan’s overseas representative offices.
Business travelers from China, Hong Kong and Macao are only allowed entry to fulfill contract obligations and employment in multinational companies in Taiwan. ( https://www.immigration.gov.tw/5475 ) National Immigration Agency +886-2-23889393 ext.2611 (for China), ext.2677 (for Hong Kong and Macao)
📍 The regulations for travelers entering Taiwan in December are not defined. For those delegates considering international travel to Taiwan, it is recommended to regularly review the websites below for the latest advice.