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Convert foreign driver license into a Taiwan driver license

  • Source:National Immigration Agency, Ministry of the Interior
  • Date:2016/10/17
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I.Basic rules:
1.Foreign nationals should apply for a car driver's license replacement based on the principles of equality and reciprocity between the Republic of China (ROC) and their nations.
2.The application should be filed within one year starting from the following day of the foreigner's entry.
II.Receiving units: Motor Vehicle Offices of city and county governments.
III.Qualifications of applicants:
1.At the age of 18 and more.
2.Have had a resident permit for over 1 year.
IV.Required documents:
1.A certificate, e.g. Alien Resident Certificate, proving that the foreign applicant has lived in the ROC for one full year.
2.2 identical 1-inch bust, front photos taken within the past 6 months. Composite photos will be accepted.
3.The original and a photocopy of the applicant's passport.
4.The original and a photocopy of the valid and official driver's license issued by a foreign nation, and certificate.
5.1 copy of the Driving License Registration Form paste one photo with a qualified physical  capability examination report.
V.Fee: NT$200
VI.Attention:
1.If the foreign driver's license is not in English, the applicant should attach a copy of Chinese version that must be certified by one of the ROC's embassies, consulates, or representative offices abroad, or by a public notary in the ROC.
2.All foreign driver's licenses should be certified by one of the ROC's embassies, consulates, or representative offices abroad, or by a foreign nation's organization established in the ROC and recognized by the ROC's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Ministry of Transportation and Communications is responsible for the respective driving regulations. Please visit the MOTC website for more information: Chinese websiteEnglish website
Address: No.50, Sec. 1, Ren’ai Rd., Zhongzheng District, Taipei City 100, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Telephone: 02-2349-2900

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  • Updated: 2016/11/16 16:29:00