miguelito wrote:I guess we miscounted our days, b/c the airline said she had overstayed her 60 day visa by ONE day, made her pay $1000NT, and sign something in Chinese.
I don't think so. An overstay is no concern of the airline. She would have been stopped at the immigration (actually emigration) desk and sent to the airport police office to pay her fine.
If she is entitled to visa-free entry to Taiwan, she will be denied that right for one year. In addition, when applying for a visa, she will be treated more strictly because of her record of overstaying. Has her multiple-entry visa been canceled? If not, I think she will have no problem. If the old visa has been cancelled so she needs to apply for a new one, she should be given one as long as she can prove that her prospective employer has applied for a work permit.
Let us know how it goes.