The Download dropdown menu has three options, of which the bottom one is “Download Passport Submission Notice”, but when clicked the next page is simply an inquiry form:
However, I did provide a scan of my passport with the original application, and I also had a visa record from travelling during COVID, (which also required a scan of it), so I think NIA should have at least two copies of it already.
ETA - I submitted the form and got a new page:
And the Actions icon there gave me a file with this heading:
…and various bits of personal info and these instructions:
The applicant or his/her authorized agent (with the Power of Attorney signed by the applicant) shall submit the original passport with this Passport Submission Notice, print-out visa application form, 2 passport size photos and other required documents to the designated Overseas Mission within 6 months upon receiving this Notice. Otherwise, the application will not be accepted.
(Where the “designated Overseas Mission” is my local TECO office.)
This appears to be an ordinary visa application, is that actually the correct next step? (And does it matter that I’m already married to a Taiwanese national?)
If I do need to send this in, it appears there’s many different options for the visa application form, but The Gold Card website doesn’t seem to reference any specifically, so that question is outstanding as well…
(I realize all of this can likely be answered by emailing the very nice helpdesk people, which I will do next, posting this mostly as a trail of breadcrumbs for whomever might benefit from it down the road.)