Chance to get workpermit approved for engineer

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Chance to get workpermit approved for engineer

Postby ferb79 » 17 Apr 2012, 15:14

Hello everyone,

I was accepted to a workplace in Taipei as a senior engineer and the company applied for work permit on my behalf.
The salary is above the minimum required for white color, I provided my master degree signed by Taiwan representative in my home country, and the other documents including the contract for 1 year.

Can anyone tell me what are the chances to get it approved?
because it's engineering and international project managing work and not English teaching, I am not sure how good are my odds.

Thank you all!
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Re: Chance to get workpermit approved for engineer

Postby roback33 » 17 Apr 2012, 17:55

I think there shouldn't be any problems... you might need some working experience though.
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Re: Chance to get workpermit approved for engineer

Postby ferb79 » 17 Apr 2012, 18:28

thank you roback33

I have 6 years related experience, and a letter to proove that, so this one is covered.
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Re: Chance to get workpermit approved for engineer

Postby roback33 » 17 Apr 2012, 18:41

well then... welcome in Taiwan ;)
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