[quote=“jaimes759”]Do you know if it is possible to pass the inmigration section on monday before 12, and wait inside the airport all the night to avoid overstaying.
I don’t want to overstay.
I doubt it - I don’t think they would issue a boarding pass so far ahead, though I don’t know how online check-in works. I suppose if you have a “vip” card with the airline, they might let you check in at one of their “universal” counters. I suspect the immigration guys on the door might not let you through.
Really I’m just guessing - see what others say.
Perhaps they can comment on this idea too: Go hand luggage only. Buy a fully flexible ticket (eg business class). They remain refundable if you don’t take the flight - even if you have checked in (though you might need to double check). So use that to check-in the day before. Go through immigration and then tell the airline you don’t intend to take the flight. Go to the transfer desk and check-in for your 7.45 flight - though you might have to return the next morning. By the way, I know it ISN’T possible to use the flexible ticket thing to do a visa run without leaving Taiwan at all.
All sounds dodgy anyway. Where are you going? Could you stump up the extra for business class to HK or whereever it is? Often the price isn’t so crazy - just people don’t think to ask and agents don’t think to offer. Its perfectly possible just to do one sector in C - eg if going Europe with SQ, fly TPE/SIN in C and the rest in Y. You don’t have to do the whole trip in C.