How to Make a Discrimination Complaint to the MOI - IN LESS THAN 10 MINUTES
Living in Taiwan as a foreigner can sometimes be challenging. It’s not uncommon to face discrimination from banks, phone companies, and other institutions. They often operate under the assumption that foreigners are unaware of their rights or don’t know how to lodge a complaint. However, it’s essential to remember that you have the right to be treated fairly, just like any other resident. By filing a complaint, you’re not only standing up for yourself but also paving the way for others who might face similar challenges. Here’s how you can make your voice heard:
1. Gather Necessary Documents:
Before you start, ensure you have the following documents at hand:
What do you see as the circumstances where people should be complaining to the MOI rather than the FSC or whoever? For things like those discussed in the other threads, do you think these complaints should be filed concurrently with the MOI?
This is definitely something you should write concurrently. As @Mataiou and I have found… The immigration act article 62 is under the ministry of interior and therefore not under the purview of the FSC or FOI so therefore requires a concurrent complaint for maximum effect.
The FOI has also confirmed this with me and suggested concurrently.
I updated it. For reference 中文能力(Chinese ability)：佳(good) ’ 可 ok/bad just tick the last box. Also the education boxes don’t really matter anyway… I can’t imagine eyebrows being raised unless you tell them you only graduated from elementary
Is this supposed to be either/or? If we need both then surely we should make a descrimination complaint about the descrimination complaint process descriminating against us as a local would only be asked to produce ID.
Hopefully it’s either, if the requirement is both then it’s massively ironic that the discrimination procedure discriminates by not accepting government issued ID as the sole method of proving identity. How easy or not it is to provide is not point.