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Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) of the Republic of China (Taiwan) has launched the e-Visa Program on January 12, 2016. Traveler doesn’t need to physically apply at the embassy or consulate.
We provide a Quick, Easy and Secure process to obtaining your Taiwan e-Visa with concierge services. Our advisers check your Taiwan Application before submission on multiple occasions to ensure no error has been committed for authorization.
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Foreign nationals from the following countries with a valid passport are eligible to apply online for an Taiwan e-visa:
We do more than just process your VISA application with efficiency and accuracy. An eVisa travel concierge will manage the entire process from start to finish, providing the expertise necessary to ensure your request is approved as quickly as possible.
We provide three levels of concierge service and delivery time frames for you to choose from based upon your travel needs. Each level provides you the service level response you need for your trip schedule. Choose the level based upon the delivery time frames needed.
Complete application online in less than 5 minutes. Our expert advisers check your visa application before submission to ensure 100% accuracy. Your credit card info will never be exposed to any government websites and is encrypted at submission.
Our travel visa application service is simple to use, hassle free with a focus on accuracy at submitter. Our expert advisers check your visa application before submission to ensure 100% accuracy. If we see an error or have a question, our follow-up team will contact you 24/7 via email throughout the application process.
eVisa provides 3 levels of processing: Premier, Elite, and World Concierge and our processing service includes weekends & national holidays to suit your travel needs.
Our team will email the e-Visa confirmation. You can always use our 24×7 email support if you have any queries.
We recommend that you apply for an eVisa at least seven days before the actual date of travel.
No, your e-visa is invalid. You must reapply for another visa. Otherwise, you will be refused entry after entering the country or will be required to apply for a visa at the airport after the permit.
We do offer refunds, the Terms and Conditions which are made available on this website explain in detail the refund policy. Please check the details in full by clicking the following link https://www.evisas.online/refund-policy/
No. Multiple-entry eVisas are not provided.
Yes. When applying for your child, please use your child’s ID data as well as your passport information.
You cannot apply for a residence visa.
If you want to stay in Taiwan for longer than the e-visa permit, you must apply to the ROC Foreign Affairs Office for a general visa that matches your event and duration of stay in Taiwan.
No. The validity of an eVisa starts from the date specified in the approval form. The eVisa is a single-entry visa valid for three months with a maximum duration of stay of 30 days, and cannot be extended. eVisa holders can enter Taiwan on any date within the period of validity.
No, visitors to Taiwan must obtain an e-visa before arrival. The only exception to this rule are nationals of Turkey.
Mainland Chinese residents are not eligible to apply for an e-Visa. Prior approval from the Taiwanese government may be required, and the traveler must hold an entry and exit permit prior to traveling. Please contact your appropriate government agency for more information.
The maximum stay of 30 days in Total cannot be extended.
No. You do not need to apply for an e-visa if you do not leave the international transit area of the airport in Taiwan.
The Embassy has the final call when it comes to a Taiwan visa rejection. If your application is rejected or is granted for a shorter period, the authorities’ decision is final and no refund will be issued.
Mainland Chinese residents are not eligible to apply for an e-visa. Prior approval from the Taiwanese government may be required, and the traveler must hold an entry and exit permit prior to traveling.
Yes, the Embassy will stamp the visa in the original passport. Therefore, two blank pages are required in the passport. Your passport should also be valid for minimum six months beyond the intended stay.
No. You must reapply and obtain a new e-visa.
One must carefully note what kind of entry is permitted. If the visa reads a single entry, its holder can only enter and leave Taiwan once whereas, with multiple entries, he/she can enter or leave the country multiple times.
Yes. Each traveler must have his or her own e-visa.
We provide assistance with an aim to reduce your time spent and minimise difficulties experienced with online and offline Visa application processes, which will be in turn verified by our advisory team to avoid any decline of approval.