Important Announcement
  1. In view of the fact that the Taiwan government on February 5 designated all areas of the PRC (including Hong Kong and Macao) as being severely affected by the novel coronavirus outbreak (areas of level 2 or higher), foreign nationals who have visited or resided anywhere in the PRC, including Hong Kong and Macao, in the previous 14 days will be temporarily prohibited from entering Taiwan starting February 7. Entry visa applications by such foreign nationals, including those submitted for special reasons, will not be accepted by Taiwan’s overseas missions while this temporary measure is in effect.
  2. Foreign nationals possessing a valid Taiwan Resident Certificate who have visited or resided anywhere in the PRC, including Hong Kong and Macao, in the previous 14 days shall self-isolate at their home after returning to Taiwan and be under home quarantine for a period of 14 days.
  3. The aforementioned measures will officially take effect on February 7, and may be adjusted based on the development of the novel coronavirus outbreak.

You are about to access the visa application computer system of the Bureau of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China (Taiwan). This system and related data are property of the ROC Government, and provided for reviewing visa applications by the Bureau of Consular Affairs and ROC overseas missions and for official use by the ROC Government. This site adopts security maintenance technology to prevent unauthorized access to the personal information you provided. However, according to Article 28 and 29 of Personal Information Protection Act, if your personal information and rights are compensated caused by such reasons as natural disaster, incident or other force majeure, and the third party's illegal collection, the ROC Government will not be liable for the damages.

All information provided by you or a third party designated by you must be accurate and true. Even if you are granted a visa or an eVisa, immigration officers at ports of entry in Taiwan have the right to deny entry without providing further explanation.

Please notice that the information you fill in online, including Surname, Given Name, Date of Birth, Passport No., Nationality and Sex, must completely match the information on your travel document; otherwise, your eVisa will be invalid.

If you have applied for an eVisa recently, please make sure your eVisa has been successfully issued. If you submit a second eVisa application without checking the approval of the previous eVisa, it is considered that you need 2 eVisas. Therefore, the online payment for these 2 eVisa applications will not be refunded.

Continue to use this system indicates that you consent to the terms set forth in this statement. Unauthorized users or illegal access may violate related articles of Personal Information Protection Act and Criminal Law.