Some companies provide dedicated services to Gold Card holders, or have special certifications for foreign language ability. You may consider them while starting your life in Taiwan. More general information can be found in the Guide to Taiwan .
Four banks offer special services to gold card holders, including custom credit cards and easier access to accounts. Feel free to contact these banks directly with any questions about their offerings:
The Gold Card Office currently gathers feedback on experiences with partner banks to improve the sign-up process. Please provide feedback in this short survey .
The Ministry of Economic Affairs manages Contact Taiwan , a job recruitment platform for overseas talent.
Other local job platform options are:
The Gold Card Office has also received help from the following Human Resource / Headhunting recruitment agencies who are eager to help you find employment. Their website and contact methods are provided; be sure to let them know you are a Gold Card holder!
- Adecco : CV submission link here
- Manpower Group : Direct email contact
- Pasona : Direct email contact
- Paul Wright Group : Direct email contact1 , email contact2
Be sure to also check the Gold Card Job Board for more opportunities from CakeResume!
Real Estate Agents
The government department responsible for the rental property market has provided the below list of real estate agents that have staff that speak English, Japanese, Spanish or other foreign languages.
You can find more general information about renting a place in the Guide to Taiwan .
Medical Resource Services
Taipei Hospital , Ministry of Health and Welfare, provides comprehensive multilingual services including registration, consultation, payment, and medication pick-up. The available languages are Mandarin, Taiwanese, English, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, German, Filipino, and Indonesian. If individuals from any country require assistance, they can inquire at the service counter where relevant personnel will be present to provide on-site assistance.
Foreigners In Taiwan Hotline: 1990
The National Immigration Agency provides counseling services of daily needs and life adaption for foreigners and new residents in Taiwan. The services include visa, residence, work, education, culture, tax, health insurance, transportation, employment, healthcare, personal safety, parenting, welfare services, legal information, and other daily life information. Chinese, English, Japanese, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Thai, and Cambodian language services are available. Please refer to HERE .