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Belize on list visa-exempt countries to visit Taiwan

Taiwan has announced that it is implementing an updated visa policy in the coming week. Starting Monday, September 12, Belizeans visiting Taiwan are in a select group of nations where there is a visa exemption for stays up to 30 days. Taiwan’s Bureau of Consular Affairs says that to qualify, a visitor needs a passport, which is valid for at least six months. However, those with emergency, temporary or other informal passports or travel documents are ineligible, save for those who hold a Brunei Certificate of Identity. Those with Belizean passports, but were born in Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Nigeria, Pakistan, the People’s Republic of China, Syria or Yemen are not eligible. Other requirements include a confirmed air or sea ticket for Taiwan or their next destination and a confirmed seat reservation. Because the exemption is for 30 days, those who qualify for the exemption must leave Taiwan by the end of the duration. The exemption is only for tourism, visiting friends or relatives, attending social events, conducting business, attending exhibitions and engaging in fact-finding missions or international exchanges. Otherwise, you must obtain a visa from Taiwan overseas mission before entering Taiwan. For more information, log on to www.boca.gov.tw.