ii go in taiwan as tourist im pilipina do i need visa ?

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  • naekuo
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    Short answer is YES.

    Taiwan Visa-Exempt Entry

    Countries eligible for Visa-exempt entry: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, 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.

    Countries eligible for Landing Visas : Nationals of Hungary , Poland and Slovak.

    You can also contact them by:

    Philippines

    Address Taipei Economic & Cultural Office in the Philippines

    41F, Tower 1, RCBC Plaza, 6819 Ayala Avenue, Makati City 1200, Metro Manila, Philippines

    Phone (002-63-2) 8876688

    Fax (002-63-2) 8877679

    Emergency TEL Cellular: (002-62)0917-8194597

    In Philippines : 0917-8194597

    Service Hour Monday ~ Friday

    08:45~11:45(Receiving time)

    13:30~16:30(Dispatching time)

    Email phl@mofa.gov.tw

    Web Site www.taiwanoffice.org.ph/

    Information on Republic of China Visitor Visas

    Requirements A passport valid for at least six months;

    A duly completed application form with two photos;

    An outbound airline ticket or verifiable proof of purchase of steamship ticket ;

    Documents verifying the purpose of visit; and

    Other relevant documents.

    Visa Validity 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.

    For other foreign nationals, a Visitor Visa is generally valid from three months up to one year.

    Duration of stay Fourteen days

    Thirty days

    Sixty days

    Ninety days

    Fee For foreign nationals from the countries with which the ROC has entered into reciprocal visa agreements, the visa is issued gratis.

    For other foreign nationals, the visa fees are: single entry: NT$ 1,600 (US$ 50); multiple entries: NT$ 3,200 (US$ 100).

    The Visa application fee is NT$ 4,100($US131) for US citizens.

    Remarks 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 local service centers of the National Immigration Agency for a maximum of 120 or 90 days of extensions.

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