Taiwan Criminal Record Check Certificate

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Taiwan Criminal Record Check Certificate

Postby Shimokitazawa » 25 Feb 2011, 07:03

How can one go about obtaining a Criminal Record Check Certificate for their time living in Taiwan after they have actually left Taiwan?

Will any of the TECO offices abroad assist with performing these checks? Can someone who has lived in Taiwan in the past obtain a Taiwan Criminal Record Check from a TECO office or must they return to Taiwan and obtain the certificate from the Taiwanese Police?

Thank you for any info.
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Re: Taiwan Criminal Record Check Certificate

Postby Black Country Woman » 14 Mar 2011, 18:59

I'm in Vietnam - I'd also be grateful for suggestions on how to obtain one of these. (Just discovered I need them from UK; Russia; Oz; Tw AND Vietnam...why did I decide to travel :noway: !!!!??)
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Re: Taiwan Criminal Record Check Certificate

Postby citizen k » 15 Mar 2011, 17:40

Shimokitazawa wrote:How can one go about obtaining a Criminal Record Check Certificate for their time living in Taiwan after they have actually left Taiwan?

Will any of the TECO offices abroad assist with performing these checks? Can someone who has lived in Taiwan in the past obtain a Taiwan Criminal Record Check from a TECO office or must they return to Taiwan and obtain the certificate from the Taiwanese Police?

Thank you for any info.


You can have someone do it by proxy for you. Contact or search the f.a.p. and find out more.
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