Is working One on One Legal ?

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Is working One on One Legal ?

Postby rich12 » 14 Nov 2005, 08:17

Hello,

I recently was wed in Taiwan, and friends here suggested I can work One On One tutoring. Is this legal ? Can I get deported ?
What type of Visa do I need to work One on One ? I will be leaving Taiwan shortly to go back to my own country, but will return to Taiwn, so can someone please tell me what type of Visas I will require to teach Legally .. One on One. Thankyou, Rich
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Postby maoman » 14 Nov 2005, 10:52

If you married a local woman, and you have a JFRV ARC, then you do not need a visa to teach one-on-one. Of course you will do the honourable thing and report your extra income to the tax office, right? :wink:
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Postby myury » 14 Nov 2005, 11:04

I believe that you can also teach one-on-one legally if you are a student of a recognized Chinese language learning institution (e.g. Shi-Da) and have been so in good standing for one year.
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Postby Sam Vimes » 14 Nov 2005, 11:40

Wow, people are a lot more worried about being "legal" than I ever remember when I was in Taiwan.

How could one possibly be busted for teaching one on one, unless your student is a cop? (And likely not even then?)
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