Travelling, staying and working in Taiwan

Short-term and long-term visas, application requirements, waiting times, advantages and disadvantages of stay vs. resident visas, who needs an ARC, and why do people opt for permanent residency
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Travelling, staying and working in Taiwan

Postby Paulbin » 29 May 2012, 22:37

Hello everyone it's my first post on here and I'm looking for some information which im hoping someone can help me with.

Me and my girlfriend are going to be moving to Taiwan next year, she is hopefully going to teach English she already has a degree and a masters degree and works at a school in the uk. Am I right in thinking she can stay in Taiwan as long as she is teaching??

What would she need to sort out before she goes?

As for me I have GCSEs and a levels. I'm also skilled in the motor trade but have no qualifications. Can I work in Taiwan legally?

Would I need to get a visa?

How long can we both stay?

My girlfriends dad is English and he already lives in taiwan with his Taiwanese wife so we have alittle help there:)

Any help and advise would be grately appreciated.

Thanks Paul :)
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