Complete Online Arrival Cards and Enjoy Immigration Efficiency
Source:National Immigration Agency, Ministry of the Interior
Starting from July 1st, the National Immigration Agency (NIA) will introduce Online Arrival Card for foreign visitors to ROC. This measure streamlines the immigration process for foreign visitors.
Immigration authorities around the world have used online arrival cards in place of traditional paper forms in recent years. For instance, the U.S. cancelled paper Form I-94 Arrival/Departure Record. Following this border management trend, the NIA plans to implement Online Arrival Card next month (please refer to the following table for those who are qualified). Qualified users only need to offer their arrival information at NIA website before arriving in Taiwan, and paper Arrival Card will not be needed during the inspection process.
For further information, please visit the NIA website at http://www.immigration.gov.tw or scan the QR Code.
The following foreign travelers are eligible to complete either paper Arrival Card or Online Arrival Card:
Foreigners Foreigner without R.O.C. Taiwan residence certificate or diplomat identification card
Mainland Chinese Multiple Entry & Exit Permit holder (Individual Travel)
Hong Kong and Macau Residents Holder of Single/Multiple Entry & Exit Permit
Nationals without Household Registration(NWOHR) NWOHR without R.O.C. Taiwan residence certificate
Address: No. 15, Guangzhou St., Zhongzheng District, Taipei City 100-66, Taiwan, ROC. NIA
Headquarters TEL: 886-2-2388-9393；If you want to contact us for official business, your call will be transferred to the appropriate department. Information For Foreigners In Taiwan: Domestic 0800-024-111, Overseas 886-800-024-111.
The office hours of the NIA's service centers nationwide: 08:00 a.m.-17:00 p.m. through the lunch hour from Monday to Friday.
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