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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 ...


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The American Institute in Taiwan confirmed by email that there is no Global Entry Enrollment Center in Taipei currently. ---------- Forwarded message --------- From: AIT Non-Immigrant Visa Unit <VISANIV-AIT@state.gov> Date: Mon, 9 Sep 2019 at 01:30 Subject: FW: Is it possible to have a same-day walk-in appointment at the Global Entry ...


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No, walk-ins are not accepted as the Center is not mentioned on this website under Global Entry Enrollment Centers That Accept Walk-Ins.


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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: ...


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Taiwan is a safe country, and even in the night, the security is also good in nearly every city. You can visit Taiwan without any doubts.


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The card is valid until you refund it: The Easycard does not expire. The EasyCard will be valid until it is refunds. Please check the balance before you use it. (From an email with them)


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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.


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