I am a retired gentleman from the USA. I love Taiwan and the Taiwan people very much. I visit Taiwan often and learn more and more about this unique country.
I have researched the ARC requirements. It looks like it is almost impossible to immigrate to Taiwan unless you have employment in Taiwan. My retirement income would provide a very comfortable life for me.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how a retiree from The USA can obtain an ARC? The ARC, as I understand it, is Taiwan's equivelent to A USA Green card.
Would it be helpful if I retained an immigration attorney in Taiwan? If so, does anyone know of a reputable attorney?
I got a multiple entry visa in NYC..Good for 60 days but with extensions good for almost 6 months then I have to leave the ountry so I zip over to Hong Kong etc & return to start all over again. I inquired & was informed that I need a good conduct letter ( criminal report ) from the US plus the other documentation such as medical report & I can stay for a year. Of course being that my Chinese wife of 25 years is a Taiwan national helps so this might not apply to you. Regards, Ron