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Jan 04

The period of visa-free stays in Taiwan for citizens of New Zealand has been extended to 90 days, up from the original 30, effective November 30. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA), which announced the extension recently, expects it to help bring more international travelers to Taiwan and invigorate the island’s tourism industry.
MOFA notes that New Zealand, following the examples of UK and Ireland, has announced that holders of
Taiwan passports may enter New Zealand visa-free for stays of up to three months, so long as the purpose of their stay is not to work. This new measure, which also took effect on November 30, makes it easier for Taiwanese citizens to travel to New Zealand for tourism, visiting relatives, doing business, making inspection tours, or undertaking short-term (3-month) study, and thus is expected to increase the number of Taiwanese people visiting that country. MOFA cautions, however, that this visa-free rule does not apply to overseas Taiwanese who hold a Taiwanese passport but have no Taiwanese ID number.

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