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Working in Taiwan as a creative professional part II: the Employment Gold Card for special professionals in culture and the arts

This is the second of two FAQs on how creative professionals can live and work in Taiwan after the Act for the Recruitment and Employment of Foreign Professionals came into force in February 2018. Part I focused on how to obtain a freelance artist work permit. Part II focuses on how to obtain an Employment [...]

Working in Taiwan as a creative professional part I: the freelance artist work permit

This is the first of two FAQs on how creative professionals can live and work in Taiwan after the Act for the Recruitment and Employment of Foreign Professionals came into force in February 2018. Part I focuses on how to obtain a freelance artist work permit. Part II focuses on how to obtain an employment [...]

Restrictions eased on foreign professionals living and working in Taiwan

The Draft Act for the Recruitment and Employment of Foreign Professionals passed smoothly through Taiwan’s legislative branch this past October and will come into force on 8 February 2018. This new law is part of an overarching effort by the Taiwanese government to attract and maintain foreign talent in targeted sectors in the face of [...]

Exenciones a los requisitos para el permiso de trabajo en Taiwán: El Mecanismo de Consulta

This is a Spanish translation of our English article “Exemptions to Taiwan’s work permit requirements: the Consultation Mechanism”, which you can find here. Esta es la traducción al español de nuestro artículo en inglés “Exemptions to Taiwan’s work permit requirements: the Consultation Mechanism”, el cuál se encuentra disponible aquí. Los requisitos para la obtención del [...]

Exemptions to Taiwan’s work permit requirements: the Consultation Mechanism

Taiwan’s work permit requirements may appear to be inflexible but little-known exemptions are readily available for two requirements: minimum employer capitalization/revenue and minimum post-graduate work experience. The Basic Requirements Most foreign professionals in Taiwan other than teachers are employed in Class A professional and technical work. To hire a foreign professional for Class A work, [...]

WP’s Michael Fahey speaks on recent immigration liberalization in Taiwan

As part of our pro bono support for Forward Taiwan, a grass roots movement for immigration reform in Taiwan, Winkler Partners’ Michael Fahey spoke at the National Immigration Agency’s 2014 International Conference on Immigration Policy. The purpose of the presentation was to describe recent government liberalization and to evaluate them quantitatively and qualitatively. Forward Taiwan’s [...]

 

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