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People of the Mainland China Area

Application of ROC permanent residency due to social considerations.

  • Source:National Immigration Agency, Ministry of the Interior
  • Date:2013/12/2
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I.Those who apply for residence out of social consideration.

II.The relevant information:the added notice for people of the Mainland Area applying for a residency in Taiwan out of social consideration.

Who will deliver those documents?

Apply in person or authorize friends or relatives, immigration service organizations, or class-A travel agencies or above to apply to any local service centers of the NIA.

Who are eligible for application?

I.Who are eligible for application?

II.Those biological children of spouses of the nationals in the Taiwan Area who are permitted to have a long-term residency or permanent residency in the Taiwan Area and apply for visiting family under 16 years of age, having residing in the Taiwan Area for four consecutive years and over 183 days annually during the legal period of stay as referred to in Article 3, Paragraph 1 and Subparagraph of the Regulations for People from the Mainland Area Entering into Taiwan.  The identity code is D1090.

III.Those biological children of the nationals in the Taiwan Area who are under 20 years of age.  The identity code is D0396.  Or the biological children whose parents of the Mainland Area are permitted to enter into the Taiwan Area to have a permanent residency and household registration, and who are under 20 years of age.  The identity code is D1093.

Where to apply?

The county or city-level service centers of the NIA.

Required Documents

I.A residency application form and a photo in color taken within two years in 4.5cm length and 3.5dm width where the head is not wearing a hat, glasses with tinted lenses, clearly visible without any covering, between 3.2cm and 3.6cm of the image's total height from the bottom of the chin to the top of the head.  The photo shall also be taken in full face and half body in front of the white background, printed out with thin glossy color paper, and shall not be modified or use photomontage.

II.A photocopy of registration form of permanent resident in the Mainland Area or the resident I.D.  Those who do not have a household registration in the Mainland Area shall submit the following documents:
1.For those who were born in the Mainland Area but are not able to obtain a notarized document certifying the loss of original nationality, the applicant’s legal representative shall visit the notary offices of the Mainland Area to state that the children do not have household registration in the Mainland China, namely obtaining a statement of absence of household registration, or provide other supporting documents proving applicants do not obtain household registration and then complete the verification by the Straits Exchange Foundation.  Those with additional overseas passports shall carry them to the NIA service center for giving a plum blossom C stamp when collecting their permanent residency card.
2.For those who were born in the Mainland Area but are not able to obtain a notarized document certifying the loss of original nationality, the applicant’s legal representative shall visit the notary offices of the Mainland Area to state that the children do not have household registration in the Mainland China, namely obtaining a statement of absence of household registration, or provide other supporting documents proving applicants do not obtain household registration and then complete the verification by the Straits Exchange Foundation.  Those with additional overseas passports shall carry them to the NIA service center for giving a plum blossom C stamp when collecting their permanent residency card.

III.A photocopy of notarized certificate of adoption from the Mainland Area and a photocopy of the document proving the adoptive relationship recognized and ruled by the district court in Taiwan.

IV.The original and a photocopy of the notarized certificate of birth and medical certificate of birth.  The original copy shall be returned after examination.

V.The original and a photocopy of the notarized certificate of birth and medical certificate of birth.  The original copy shall be returned after examination.

VI.Letter of Guarantee:the relevant letter of guarantee for the Taiwan citizens who meet the following criteria should be provided:
1.Those who have attained the age of 20.
2.Those who have possess sufficient property or professional skills.
3.Those who do not have records in violation of Article 6, Paragraph 1 of the Regulations.
4.The guarantor shall provide the certificate with a signature or a stamp and submit it to the NIA for examination.

VII.A satisfactory health examination certificate issued by hospitals in the Taiwan Area, providing when the quota is imposed.  Children under six years shall exempted from a health check but submit a photocopy of a complete vaccination certificate. The certificate shall be valid in the recent three months, issued by any hospitals for foreign workers accredited by the Ministry of Health and Welfare and comply with the list of items required for health certificate on table B.  Those who are living in the Mainland Area or abroad can replace it with an affidavit and submit the original after entering into Taiwan.

VIII.Those who have been granted custody of the biological children of the Mainland Area after divorce shall submit the relevant notarized documents such as certificate of divorce, divorce mediation agreement or the judgment of the divorce mediation by civil court.  Those who are the co-dependents shall provide the notarized agreement of another dependent.  If the biological father or mother of the Mainland Area dies, a death record shall be provided.

IX.Other relevant supporting documents: If necessary, the NIA may require the applicants to submit additional documents.  For example, unmarried or premarital pregnancy is required to attach notarized documents proving no marriage relationship during the conception, a query for certificate proving marriage registration, or a DNA paternity testing result issued by qualified public or private hospitals accredited in Taiwan.

X.Certification fee is NT$2,600.  Fill in the recipient's name and address on the prepaid registered envelope.

Processing time

Ten working days.

Fees

Certification fee is NT$2,600.

Guidance notes

I.As referred to in Article 39, Paragraph 1 of the Regulations governing people of the Mainland Area applying for joint-family residency, long-term residency or permanent residency in Taiwan: if requiring corrected document, the application from those who do not correct make corrections exceeding two months from the date of notification shall be rejected.

II.The nationals of the Taiwan Area who have children or adopted children or adopt more than two children of the Mainland Area at the same time shall not rejected by the court.

III.Limited quota every year: the identity is determined upon the date of imposing quota.  Ages are determined by the date of application.

IV.Attention please.  Those people of the Mainland Area with a household registration who want to return to the Mainland Area for household registration or applying for a mainland passport will be deprived of their status as the people of the Taiwan Area.  For future application for permanent residency in Taiwan, they shall apply for residency again and wait for the quota imposed.

V.Any notarized documents issued from the Mainland Area shall be verified by the Straits Exchange Foundation.

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  • Updated: 2013/12/2 09:58:00