is italian people needs vis in going to taiwan?
how long they will wait in applying visa?
- naekuoLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Explanation of the style and design of R.O.C. (Taiwan) visas:
A. Types of visa: R.O.C. visas are divided into four categories according to the purpose of entry and status of the applicants:
B. Visitor Visas: Short-term visas, with a duration of stay of less than 180 days.
C. Resident Visas: Long-term visas, with a duration of stay of over 180 days.
D. Diplomatic Visas.
E. Courtesy Visas.
F. Limitations on Entry:
This refer to means the time limit set for visa holders. For instance, "valid until" (or enter before) April 8, 1999” means the visa is not valid after April 8, 1999 and should not, therefore, be used after that date.
G. Duration of Stay:
The duration a foreign national is allowed to stay in the R.O.C. after the he/she uses the visa is calculated from 12: 00 a .m. of the day following entry into the country.
1. Duration of stay usually can be divided into 14-day, 30-day or 60-day categories. If a foreign national wishes to extend his/her duration of stay in the R.O.C, and he/she holds a 60-day visa with no restrictions, he/his should check and bring related documents to apply for an extension at the local service center of National Immigration Agency before the duration of stay expires.
2. Resident visas without additional ed duration of stay: Applicants should apply for an Alien Resident Certification (A.R.C.) at he local service center of National Immigration Agency within 15 days of entry or of being issued a resident visa. The duration of stay should be in accordance with the time stated on down in the Alien Resident Certificate hold by the foreign national . Should a foreign national holding an A.R.C.A wish to exit and re-enter the country within the period of validity, he/she should apply for a re-entry permit along with the an A.R.C.
3. Entries: Divided into two groups: single and multiple.
4. Visa numbers: Visitors should write their visa fill in the numbers in this section of the E/D card.
5. Remarks: This refers to the code for the purpose of the applicants travel to the R.O.C. or the status of the visa applicant. A foreign national holding an A.R.C. should engage only in those activities which are in accordance with the permitted purpose of his/her visit. (List of Visa Remark Section Code)
Most likely, you will want to apply for
A. Visa-Exempt Entry and Landing Visas or
B. Visitor Visa:
Visa-Exempt Entry and Landing Visa
Countries eligible for Visa-exempt entry:
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Darussalam, Canada, Costa Rica, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Monaco, the Netherlands , New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, U.K. and U.S.A.
a passport with validity of at least six months after entry(*Japanese Citizen is entitled to validity of passport at least three months,under same other requirements) (unless otherwise stipulated by treaty or agreement)
a confirmed return air ticket or an air ticket and a visa for the next destination, and a confirmed seat reservation for departure.
no criminal record.
Duration of stay: 30 days , The 30 days' duration of stay starts from the next day of arrival and there is no extension.
Ports of entry: C.K.S. International Airport, Kaohsiung International Airport, Keelung Harbor, Hualien Harbor, Taichung Harbor, Kaohsiung Harbor,Taitung Airport and Taichung Airport
I. Eligible Persons
Foreign nationals, who hold ordinary passports or other legal travel documents and who intend to stay in the Republic of China for less than six months for the purpose of transit, tourism, visiting relatives, attending a training course, receiving medical treatment or engaging in business or other permissible activities.For tourism information onTaiwan please visit www.tbroc.gov.tw
A. A passport valid for at least six months;
B. A duly completed application form with two photos;
C. An outbound airline ticket or verifiable proof of purchase of steamship ticket ;
D. Documents verifying the purpose of visit; and
E. Other relevant documents.
III. Visa Validity
A. For foreign nationals from the countries with which the ROC has entered into reciprocal visa agreements, the validity of their Visitor Visas shall be decided in accordance with these agreements.
B. For other foreign nationals, a Visitor Visa is generally valid from three months up to one year.
IV. Duration of stay
B. Thirty days
C. Sixty days
D. Ninety days
A. For foreign nationals from the countries with which the ROC has entered into reciprocal visa agreements, the visa is issued gratis.
B. For other foreign nationals, the visa fees are:
single entry: NT$ 1,200 (US$ 36)
multiple entries: NT$ 2,400 (US$ 72).
The Visa application fee is NT$ 3,600($US100) for US citizens.
Visitor Visa holders who are permitted to stay in Taiwan for sixty or ninety days and whose visas bear no such remark as "no extension will be granted" may apply at the nearest city/county police headquarters for a maximum of 120 or 90 days of extensions.
If you are in Italia, you should go to Roma. (I remember when I went there around this time of year is hot :)
Address Ufficio di Rappresentanza di Taipei in Italia
Via Panama No. 22, 00198 Roma, Italia
Phone (002-39-06) 8841362, 8841132
Fax (002-39-06) 8845772
Emergency TEL (002-39-06) 8841362, 8841372, 8841132
(In Italy: 06-8841362, 8841372, 8841132)
Cellular: (002-39) 3381418946, 3402802638, 3383173317
(In Italy: 3381418946, 3402802638, 3383173317)
Service Hour Monday~Friday
09:00~13:00Source(s): If you are in countries that have consulate/economic culture office, you can get the visa the same day. PS Some people simply cannot read.
- dawnofrabbitsLv 61 decade ago
I believe everyone is required to have a Visa for any international travel anywhere. A Visa usually takes anywhere from about 6 to 8 weeks to receive. It can take longer if there are additional issues to be resolved (information about oneself; proof of your identity, criminal record; if you have one & I am not saying that you do, rather the country you're going to is friend or foe to the US, etc).Source(s): From having applied for a Visa a couple of times some years back for a trip to Europe.