This article says "Teachers who have applied since June 16 or have yet to complete their application process from an earlier date." Does the application process mean from getting work permit till getting an ARC?
The article 9 of the law seems saying that employer should submit the application for a work permit with a background check.
You already got your work permit maybe before June 16, so weren't requested a background check at that time.
Then you entered Taiwan about 10 days ago.
Your application process does not complete till you get an ARC, so, you are requested to submit a background check now.
Is this correct?
Then, my next question is do they receive an ARC application without a necessary document?
Or, did you enter by visa exempt, and at the last step of the process to get visas and ARC? In that case, they didn't request a background check for visas, but for an arc? If you are actually under the process of getting a visitor visa, is it ok to work without a visa if having a work permit?
Or, as far as a work permit was issued before June 16, NIA does not requedt a background check, but just your employer is requesting it for them, as all other teachers were, even if working there more than a year? In this case, you don't need to worry about anything on your DUI.