It really depends. Airline checkin agents are overcautious as in remote case of you being denied, Airline have to pay the fine. From talking to a checkin agent, if the fault is the agent's, the fine will be coming from their paycheck (may vary with airlines).
You have three options.
Get a new passport or one time travel document from your embassy (...
Taiwan currently has an amnesty program for foreign nationals who want to overstay their visas.
"Under the program, there will be no mandatory detention, while the maximum penalty will be NT$2,000 (US$66) and no re-entry ban, compared with detention, a maximum fine of NT$10,000 and an entry ban of 1 to 8 years for those who do not voluntarily contact ...
Yes, it does. Though:
The waiting time refers to the time the taxi spent waiting (or moving very slowly) in traffic and lights (after the flag is down), but not the time it wait for the passengers to turn up before the flag is down, and
It doesn't cost much as compared to how much the taxi charge when it moves.
The department of transport, Taoyuan City ...
There are a couple businesses within Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport that provide printing / photocopying service.
7-eleven / ibon Kiosk in Terminal 1
The 7-eleven in Terminal 1 (B1) has two ibon Kiosks, a self-service machine that supports printing and scanning of documents (instructions here):
You can print out any documents or pictures saved in the ...
Airports have procedures in place for cases like this (because this can happen in legitimate situations), but they usually don’t like it and may give you a hard time, and likewise for immigration authorities.
Note that in some cases if they find out this was intentional they may even fine you (this happened to a guy in Singapore who wanted to be with his ...
The current Corona Virus related travel bans affect mainland China only, NOT including Hong Kong and Taiwan.
For the purposes of travel advice, the Department Of State treats China, Hong Kong and Taiwan as 3 separate entities. At the time of writing, the currently threat levels for these 3 are :
Taiwan - Level 1 : Exercise normal precautions (Last Updated ...
For visits of under 30 days, you can now apply online.
Vietnam provides e-visas to citizens of 80 countries, Australia being one of them, if you travel by air. You simply apply online and pay a fee of 25 USD. It takes around 3 working days to be processed, and you can then download and print it to enter/exit the country.
That looks like it should be the cost for being stuck in traffic. It's not specific to the airport, just a common way taxi fares work to balance distance and time.
From this government site (mirror) (numbers appear to be out of date, but it illustrates the general idea):
(2) Prolonged metering: It’s NT$5 for every 100 seconds for slow-moving taxis at ...
Summary: Not from a legal/policy perspective, as the restriction only applies to Mainland Chinese residents. It is difficult to gauge how that affects the ferry you are planning to take though (given there will be less tourist traffic).
The BBC article the OP linked contains a link to a notice by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the PRC. It reads:
Tips for those who want to go to Matsu Islands (Nangan) for a few days to continue to Taiwan or return to China afterward.
It is currently (11/2019) possible to travel to Nangan from Fuzhou Mawei.
There is (usually!) one boat per day that leaves at 9:15 am, you have to be at the terminal ferry before 8:30 am to complete the formalities.
Finding the new ...
According to TripAdvisor, the 7-11 convenience store has printers where you can print, scan and fax.
I can't really confirm based on their website (in English, there is a Taiwan website too) because it's not explicit on there but there is a phone number to the terminal where the store is located that you probably can call to be sure.
I have entered Koahsiung airport ten times. Twice I have seen officers asking questions of everyone. They used a board with pictures on it. Once was asking about meat products, the other time about have you been in China.
No verbal language was needed, and the officers were cheerful.
United Airlines offers a web form to query TIMATIC, the database airlines use to determine whether or not they can allow you on your trip to minimize risks. While you didn’t share all of your details and I thus had to ballpark some of the required information, I did get the following reply concerning you, an Indian citizen with a passport not in immediate ...
Yes for Manila. https://www.pna.gov.ph/articles/1096970:
The Department of Tourism (DOT) has lauded the lifting of the travel ban on outbound passengers, except Filipino tourists, in line with the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine.
FYI: What percentage of international flights departing from Manila are cancelled due to Duterte's lockdown on Metro ...
You can see the actual official requirements at the official Taiwan web site where you would apply for the certificate:
Online application for ROC Travel Authorization Certificate for nationals of Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam
Nationals of Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam
can apply online for an ROC Travel ...
It is very unlikely that you will even have to say any word at all.
You could try asking the people next to you in the plane if they can help you with immigrations, they can have their passports checked at the same time as you, like families do.
If they would have any questions they will contact a translator for you if they don't have anyone working who ...
I’m not sure if there will be, this will be hard to tell especially at different times and shifts.
In advance as long as you just provide them with any documents they can ask for (passport and any other documents) then you can just make it clear you don’t speak their language. If you present all the documents they may ask for you should be able to proceed ...
Apparently, the space is called a five foot way in SE Asia:
Although it looks like European arcade along the streets, it is a building feature that suits the local climate, and characterizes the town-scape and urban life of this region.
And the buildings that have this sort of space are called qilou.
Well, technically, you have another option: travelling to Macao (or any third country)... But yes, her only option is to do so.
If you fly to Taiwan from the mainland, the Chinese immigration control will ask for a Taiwan Travel Permit issued by mainland Chinese authorities and a valid exit visa recorded on the permit. If you don't have both of them, you ...
Taiwan doesn’t have an embassy in Pakistan, so you have to apply at an overseas embassy anyways.
Pakistan citizens aren’t eligible for the e-Visa so you have to apply for a visa in the embassy of Taiwan in South Korea bringing all your supporting documents with you.
As for the requirements of the visa, you'll find them all listed here or here. You'll need: