Recently found a financial services company in Taipei willing to employ me, but unfortunately I do not have any documented or relevant experience in the area.
I’ve been trying to explore my options…would it be possible to get a work visa at said company as a full-time in-house English teacher? I gather that’s not possible…
What about as a full-time editor/translator for that company? Does it need to be a publishing company to get a work visa as an editor/translator? Has anyone had this kind of (legal) work before?
The owner of the company told me that if I could provide him with the details and documents, he’d happily sponsor me for the visa, so the more specific the details, the better.
I’m also curious about anyone who has a work visa doing anything other than teaching. I know you must provide a record of your relevant employment experience, but EXACTLY what kind of documentation do you need to provide? Are we talking notarized letter on company letterhead with official translation or are we talking pay stubbs and tax records?
Thanks for any light y’all could shed on this one!