I am visiting Taiwan in March 2020 for 10 days and I have both ROC and US Passports. During this trip I’ll be exiting Taiwan to go to Japan for a week, re-enter for 1 day, and exit again to fly back home to the US. I visited Taiwan less than a year ago in April 2019 for 10-11 days. My last visit prior to the April visit was in 2011. I’m in my late 20’s and I immigrated to the US when I was under 10 years old.
I have the Overseas Chinese stamp in my ROC passport (full page stamp) and I’ve gotten the Exit Permit for Overseas Chinese Draftee (small purple stamp) on my April 2019 trip. I believe the small purple stamp expired which means I would have to go the NIA to get another one. My questions are:
- Would I have any problem receiving the Exit Permit if I just had gotten one less than a year ago? Again I have the Overseas stamp so I assume I shouldn’t have a problem.
- Once I have the proper documents (Overseas Chinese Stamp, Exit Permit for Overseas Chinese Draftee stamp), there shouldn’t be any problem for me exiting the country correct? My parents are a bit paranoid and they’re very worried about me visiting Taiwan twice in less than a year.
- Is there a way to print out the Exist Permit for Overseas Draftee form online somewhere? From what I understand the form is in Chinese and I’m not very fluent.
I think I know the proper steps to receive the documents as I’ve done it before and everything went smoothly but I just want to double check, given that I will be exiting Taiwan twice in one trip so that makes me a tad nervous. Also I think my parents’ worrying made me worry a bit.
Any input and assurance are greatly appreciated!