Yes. Each traveller must have his or her own eVisa.
You must apply for a new eVisa application.
No. You must re-apply and obtain a new eVisa.
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 can enter Taiwan on any date within the period of validity.
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.
eVisas are only granted for tourism and business purposes, as well as for visiting relatives and attending international conferences or sporting events in Taiwan.
An eVisa applicant’s passport must be an ordinary, official, or diplomatic passport with remaining validity of at least six months when applying for the eVisa. Emergency, temporary, and other informal passports or travel documents cannot be used to apply for an eVisa.
No. We recommend that you apply for eVisa at least 3 working days before your arrival date to Taiwan.