FAQs

    1 . What is the SEPA Transfer?

    The SEPA is in short for The Single Euro Payments Area which is a single market for euro-denominated payments. The European Union (EU) created this idea to harmonise payments across the Eurozone. Countries within the EU...
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    2 . If my e-Visa application is denied by the Taiwan government will my fees be refunded?

     No, once the application has been submitted to the Taiwan government, the e-Visa application fees are non-refundable....
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    3 . What should I do after I apply for my e-Visa?

    Once the application is approved, the e-Visa will be made available. You must print a copy to carry with your passport and bring it along when you travel to Taiwan. When you arrive in Taiwan, you must have your e-Visa pr...
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    4 . How long does it take to get an e-Visa for Taiwan?

    The processing time is 3 business days....
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    5 . How much is the e-Visa?

    There are two kinds of e-Visa fees that you have to pay for to get your e-Visa, including visa service fee (69 USD) and Government fee (54 USD) for normal service. Total is 123 USD/person for normal service....
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    6 . Do I need to obtain separate eVisas for people accompanying me?

    Yes. Each traveller must have his or her own eVisa....
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    9 . Do I have to enter Taiwan on the exact date specified on my application form?

    No. The validity of an eVisa starts from the date specified in the approval form. The eVisa is a single-entry visa valid for three months with a maximum duration of stay of 30 days, and cannot be extended. eVisa holders ...
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    10 . What is the validity of an eVisa?

    The validity of an eVisa is three months starting from the issue date. The eVisa is a single-entry visa, and the maximum duration of stay in Taiwan is 30 days, which cannot be extended....
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