March 2021 – Nalaman ko na buntis ako. The same month my boyfriend now Husband decided na magpakasal na kami. So nag resign po ako sa work ko
April 2021 – umuwi kami ng pinas, nag quarantine ng 7 days then umuwi sa bahay ng mister ko.
May 2021 – Nag ayos po kami ng papers namin para sa pag papakasal
June 2021 – Finally kinasal na po kami
July 2021 – Nag aayos ulit kami papers para sa Visa ko po pa Taiwan
August 2021 – Natapos na namin lahat ng papers needed pero bawal pa mag apply for Visa kasi nga po di pa Open border ang Taiwan
September 14 ,2021- Finally nagopen na ang border ng Taiwan for Resident Spouses
September 28 ,2021 – Na released po ang Visa ko
Nag pa RT-PCR test na rin po kami (3k each po)
September 29 ,2021 – Lumabas na result ng RT-PCR namin Negative yeheey
September 30,2021 – Flight na po namin pa Taiwan 6:15am.
Oct.15,2021 matatapos po yung hotel quarantine namin and another 7days for Home Quarantine
Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announces that effective September 13, 2021, the following passengers will be allowed to enter Taiwan:
Foreign spouses and minor children of R.O.C. (Taiwan) nationals holding dependent visas or visitor visa for visiting relatives marked TS or OS (for spouse) and TC or OC (for child). Expired visas issued from May 19 to September 13, 2021 are automatically extended to December 31, 2021. They do not need to re-apply for a special entry permit visa (E).
Hongkong and Macau nationals holding valid re-entry permit visa issued from January 1, 2021 are allowed entry to Taiwan.
Mainland Chinese for family reunion must hold a valid re-entry permit visa for Taiwan entry.
For emergency or humanitarian purposes, passenger must still apply for special entry permit visa marked ER for Taiwan entry.
Please refer links below for more information:
On September 19, 2021, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that considering that the pandemic in Taiwan has continued to subside with sporadic cases of domestic cases with unknown sources of infection, it will maintain the Level 2 epidemic alert, effective from September 21, 2021 to October 4, 2021 and will continue to implement or adjust related control measures.
Taiwan remains its tight border control measures which include the following:
A. Non-R.O.C. nationals without a valid Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) are temporarily barred from entry. Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis for individuals who obtain entry permission for emergency or humanitarian reasons.
B. Transit travelers are temporarily barred from entry. Those measures will be adjusted by the CECC on a rolling basis based on the status of the pandemic at home and abroad and the effectiveness of COVID-19 control measures implemented in the community.
Travelers are reminded to complete the Quarantine System for Entry and must be accomplished within 48 hours prior to departure. The Ministry of Health & Welfare reiterated that the data entered into the system will be ineffective if it is completed earlier than 48 hours prior to Taiwan flight arrival.
Passenger must confirm and present accomplished Quarantine System for Entry upon check-in, prior to boarding the flight.
Click scan the QR Code below for easy access:
Entry Affidavit for those who are unable to present a COVID-19 RT-PCR report prior to boarding
For emergency situation, the traveler must provide documents verifying the death of a relative within the second degree of kinship, notice of critical illness or certificate of diagnosis, etc.
For travelers approved under an agency program, the traveler must provide a letter of approval.
For persons announced by CECC, the traveler must provide information of recent exit/entry record.
The CECC announced details about how arriving travelers can apply for quarantine at group quarantine facilities. Those who wish to apply to undergo quarantine at those facilities can into the Quarantine System for Entry ( starting from January 8, 2021.
PH Bureau of Immigration (BOI) Declaration of acknowledging the risks involved in travelling. Click to download the BOI Declaration form.
Registration to PAL’s passenger contact tracing forms:
All passengers must register to the PAL Passenger Information Form as early as 24 hours before their flight. A separate form shall be filled out by passengers whose COVID-19 test will be taken with any of PAL’s Partner Laboratories, please register to PAL Laboratory Partner e-CIF as early as 5 days before departure.
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