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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Working for 6 Years in Taiwan? You'll Have A Chance to Apply for Residency

Taiwan is now pushing for a new immigration policy that will further encourage foreign workers including Filipinos to work and stay in Taiwan. According to Central News Agency, Taiwan's official news agency, this policy aims to address the labor shortage due to their falling population.
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Taiwan is now pushing for a new immigration policy that will further encourage foreign workers including Filipinos to work and stay in Taiwan. According to Central News Agency, Taiwan's official news agency, this policy aims to address the labor shortage due to their falling population.  It is reported that Taiwan's manpower shortfall pegged at 218,000 and 55 percent of this are medium-skilled jobs including professionals, technical assistance on machine operator, drivers and skilled assembly line workers.  Under the measure, foreign students will be allowed to work in Taiwan and will have the opportunity to become permanent residents. This is also offered to foreign workers who have work in Taiwan for a least six years. According to the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), there were 30,000 Pinoy workers in Taiwan in 2010 and now the numbers are more than double to 65,000. POEA added that this is a good news to Pinoy workers but comes with a negative effect in the country.  POEA Administrator Bernard Olalia said that as of now, the Philippines is already lacking professionals and skilled workers. But for those who are interested to be Taiwanese resident do not get too excited yet since this new immigration policy is still a proposal that is expected to be passed in September.
It is reported that Taiwan's manpower shortfall pegged at 218,000 and 55 percent of this are medium-skilled jobs including professionals, technical assistance on machine operator, drivers and skilled assembly line workers.

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Under the measure, foreign students will be allowed to work in Taiwan and will have the opportunity to become permanent residents. This is also offered to foreign workers who have work in Taiwan for a least six years.

Read: Taiwan Will Allow Visa-free Entry For Filipinos


According to the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), there were 30,000 Pinoy workers in Taiwan in 2010 and now the numbers are more than double to 65,000. POEA added that this is a good news to Pinoy workers but comes with a negative effect in the country.

Taiwan is now pushing for a new immigration policy that will further encourage foreign workers including Filipinos to work and stay in Taiwan. According to Central News Agency, Taiwan's official news agency, this policy aims to address the labor shortage due to their falling population.  It is reported that Taiwan's manpower shortfall pegged at 218,000 and 55 percent of this are medium-skilled jobs including professionals, technical assistance on machine operator, drivers and skilled assembly line workers.  Under the measure, foreign students will be allowed to work in Taiwan and will have the opportunity to become permanent residents. This is also offered to foreign workers who have work in Taiwan for a least six years. According to the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), there were 30,000 Pinoy workers in Taiwan in 2010 and now the numbers are more than double to 65,000. POEA added that this is a good news to Pinoy workers but comes with a negative effect in the country.  POEA Administrator Bernard Olalia said that as of now, the Philippines is already lacking professionals and skilled workers. But for those who are interested to be Taiwanese resident do not get too excited yet since this new immigration policy is still a proposal that is expected to be passed in September.
POEA Administrator Bernard Olalia said that as of now, the Philippines is already lacking professionals and skilled workers.

Read: 10 reasons for OFW to choose Taiwan as next work destination

But for those who are interested to be Taiwanese resident do not get too excited yet since this new immigration policy is still a proposal that is expected to be passed in September.

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Filipino domestic helpers are now leveling up as a professional housekeeper in Japan where they can earn as much as P55,000 in a month. Some Filipinos are now in training as a professional housekeeper for the opportunity to work in Japan. These Filipinos are being trained about Japan's language, culture, and the nature of their eight-hour work a day.

One of the best banks in the Philippines that offers a good option to Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) is the Chinabank through its Overseas Kabayan Savings. By opening this savings account, you can start saving money for your future or retirement as OFW at the same time, send money to your family in the Philippines. Having a savings account for OFWs is very important because working abroad is not permanent.

If you want a savings account that does not require an initial deposit, you can apply for Sikap Pinoy OFW Account in Bank of Commerce. However, the Sikap Pinoy OFW Account is exclusively for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) only and their beneficiaries.



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