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People of the Mainland China Area

Application of ROC long-term residency or permanent residency due to economical considerations.

  • Source:National Immigration Agency, Ministry of the Interior
  • Date:2013/12/2
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Status confirmation

I.Those who apply for permission to stay in Taiwan due to economic, social, political, educational, scientific or cultural projects.

II.Those who apply for long-term residency or permanent specifically on a case-by-case basis out of economic consideration.

III.The relevant information: the notice for people of the Mainland Area applying for specific permission on case-by-case basis out of economic consideration to have a long-term residency or permanent residency in the Taiwan Area provided by the Ministry of Economic Affairs.

Who will deliver those documents?

Who are eligible for application?

I.Based on economic considerations, those who have outstanding achievement in industrial technologies and the research and development of such industrial technology can actually promote industrial upgrading in Taiwan may apply for a  residency as referred to in Article 20, Paragraph 1, Subparagraph 1 of the notice.

II.Based on economic considerations, those who have professional skills in emerging industries, key technologies, key components or products that are badly needed in Taiwan and cannot be easily developed in a short time may apply for a residency as referred to in Article 20, Paragraph 1, and Subparagraph 3 of the notice.

III.Based on economic considerations, those who have professional skills in emerging industries, key technologies, key components or products that are badly needed in Taiwan and cannot be easily developed in a short time may apply for a residency as referred to in Article 20, Paragraph 1, and Subparagraph 3 of the notice.

IV.People of the Mainland Area who have resided under the long-term residency status based on economy considerations for over than two years may apply for a permanent residency.

Where to apply?

Any county or city-level service centers.

Any county or city-level service centers.

I.A Diplomaof HigherEducation.

II.The supporting documents of invitation letters from the inviting institutions.

III.The supporting documents of invitation letters from the inviting institutions.

IV.A proof of professional skills that are badly needed in Taiwan and cannot be easily developed in a short time if the competent authority deems them necessary.

V.Those applying in accordance with Article 20, Paragraph 1, and Subparagraph 1 or 4 shall submit any supporting documents related to promoting industrial upgrading in the Taiwan Area, outstanding achievement or accomplishments such as patents, awards, master or PHD dissertations, conference papers or papers published in any international journals listed in CSI, EI or ISTP in recent five years, recommendation letters from school advisors or companies, leadership in large development projects or in setting international standards, key technical posts in technology vendors, the engagement in the famous research institutes, etc.

Processing time

Ten working days.

Fees

Guidance notes

I.Legal basis:
1.The regulations governing people of the Mainland Area for joint-family long-term residency or permanent residency, which was promulgated by Order (82) Tai-Nei-Jing-Tzu No. 8273459 of the MOI on 8 Frebruary 1993. Amended and promulgated by Order (93) Tai-Nei-Jing-Tzu No. 0930079965 of the MOI on 8 April 2004.
2.Application procedures for residency or permanent residency and other required documents shall comply with the notice for people of the Mainland Area applying for specific permission on case-by-case basis to have a long-term residency or permanent residency in the Taiwan Area designated by the MOI.  Please see application information at the NIA website: http://www.immigration.gov.tw.

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  • Updated: 2013/12/2 09:59:00