How to process visa
- Are you still wondering how to get visa in Taiwan for Filipino citizen?
- Are you a first time traveler or unemployed person who dont have enough confident to travel cause scared to be denied?
- According to Taiwan Economic and cultural office that the Taiwan visa will be free for filipino citizen starting November 2017 but only to those Filipino people who intend to stay not more than 14days.
- Here are some tip’s and procedure how to get visa to Taiwan for more than 14days,
3 ways for processing Taiwan visa
There are 3 ways to process Taiwan Visa for Philippinos.
Let me explain 1 by 1.
1.Visa exemption-ROC travel authorization certificate (multiple entry):
Philippine passport holder can now enter to Taiwan visa free by applying online like the citizens from Cambodia,Laos,India,Myanmar, Indonesia and Thailand. They are eligible for this visa exemption. Before you apply visa online read the following requirements for this visa.
- You must have atleast 6months validity of your Philippine passport from the date of your arrival in taiwan.
- Roundtrip booking ticket for taiwan.
- Never been employed as a blue collar worker in taiwan before
- You must have a valid visa or expired visa na in-issue ng mga bansa tulad ng: Japan, US, Canada, UK, New Zealand or any Schengen countries. but make sure na hindi humigit sa 10taon ang pagkawalang bisa ng expired na visa from the following countries na nabanggit.
- Resident card na expired na within the past 10years prior to your arrival in Taiwan.
- Valid permanent resident card or resident card (if your permanent resident card has no expiration date, just enter 9999 for year, 12 for the month and 31 for the day in the date field.
for applying roc travel certificate just click the link inside this box:
Moreover Taiwan has eased its visa-free requirements for Filipinos who possess one of the following documents issued by ROC(Taiwan) Australia, Canada, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, any of the Schengen countries, the United Kingdom, and the United States: (1) a valid resident or permanent resident card; (2) a valid entry visa (electronic visa included); or (3) a resident card or visa that has expired less than 10 years prior to the date of arrival in Taiwan. Successful applicants are qualified to apply for the ROC (Taiwan) Travel Authorization Certificate which allows multiple-entries to Taiwan valid for 3 months with every stay up to 30 days.
according to Taipei office in philippines.
ROC application form guide:
fill out this form and make sure you are putting a right information. Don’t forget to print the result of travel certificate they will issue.
You just have to wait for a few seconds for the result, and once the your travel certificate approved don’t forget to save and printcause you will need it to show to immigration of the Philippines and Tawain.
Example of ROC travel certificate:
if you did not meet the requirements for ROC visa exemption don’t worry you still have a 2nd option to process your visa, and here is Taiwan E-visa.
2.Tawain E-visa(single entry):
- Round trip booking ticket to taiwan
- Click this page to fill out E-visa application form. This form has 4 pages but its easy to understand.
- You need to pay for E-visa application fee through credit card/debit card only.
- Visa fee is NT$1,600(about PHP2,703). Service fee is NT$32 (about PHP54.04). You will pay a total of NT$1632 (PHP2,756.2)
- After finishing the payment, you will receive an email regarding to your application and submit some supporting documents to process your visa.
- Print out the Taiwan E-visa and show it to the port immigration of Taiwan before they will stamp your passport for entry visa.
E-visa application form guide:
STEP2 fiLl out this form
3. Go direct to the Taipei Economic and cultural office in philippines
REQUIREMENTS FOR VISA APPLICATION:
- Online visa application form. Printed on A4sized paper.
- Passport 6 months valid.
- 2pcs of passport sized photo with white background.
- Original NSO Birth Certificate of the applicant
- Bank Certificate
- Certificate of employment if the applicant is employed.
- Certificate of enrollment and photocopy of the school I.D if the applicant is student.
- Photocopy of business ITR
- Affidavit of support from parents if the applicant is minor.
Its easy to get visa when you meet the requirement for the visa you are applying but sometimes even you get visa there’s still possible na di ka palabasin sa immigration ng Pinas especially sa mga first time traveller or unemployed na mag tatravel. You have to prove kasi in immigration that you are capable to travel and you have enough money for your travel expenses. One more thing you have to prove them na babalik ka and no hidden agenda’s tulad ng illegaly work lalo na sa tourist visa.
I have some tip ako for that to make sure na makakapag travel ka to Taiwan without worries. So to continue, first ipasa mo sa kanila all the requirements na kailangan like bank certificate, hotel accommodation, travel certificate like E-visa or ROC travel certificate, itinerary ticket with your atleast 6months valid passport and boarding pass. Dont wait them na iask pa nila sayo yung mga documents na need, ipasa mo na ng sabay sabay, just to let them not to ask a lot of things. But i think for first timer talaga is madaming follow up question, but don’t worry just be honest on what will you declare and there will be no problem.
Second when they ask you a question siguraduhin mo na totoo lahat ng sagot mo and dont change statements kasi they will feel suspicious about your statement. I have a friend na hindi nakalagpas sa immigration dito sa Pinas, the immigration staff ask her what is she going to do in Taiwan, at first she declared that she will travel alone and then she suddenly change statement that she will meet his bf in Taiwan, so kahit complete requirement siya, hindi parin siya binigyan ng stamp ng immigration. I feel sorry for her but that would be a lesson not only for her but to all travellers. Kaya na-i-share ko itong pangyayari about my friend.
And last but not the least bring cash or if you have credit card or atm na open for international dalhin mo na din pero I advice na much better to bring cash like 20k up to prove na kaya mong ihandle ang expenses mo for your travel fees. So that’s all po para sa mga first time traveller and unemployed na mag ta-travel. Sa mga marami ng stamp ng ibang countries ang passport no worries na kasi immigration dont ask that much.
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