The Ministry of the Interior (MOI) says it is seeking to amend Regulations Governing Visiting, Residence and Permanent Residence of Aliens.
The government's new housing market schemes will be taking effect early next month.
The Ministry of the Interior (MOI) has halted the plan for electronic national ID cards.
Minister of the Interior, Lin You-chang, announced today a significant change in immigration policy that would allow international students to stay in Taiwan for up to two years after graduation.
Taiwan's Ministry of the Interior is taking steps to ease restrictions on the opening of foreign non-profit organization (NPO) branch offices in Taiwan.
Opposition lawmakers are slamming the Ministry of the Interior (MOI) after it reversed one of several new rules aimed at deterring speculation in the country's housing market.
Lawmakers from the Legislative Internal Affairs Committee are moving to freeze some of the government's budget for the issuance of the new eID cards.
Households with a combined annual income below NT$1.2 million and an original home loan of no more than NT$8.5 million are now eligible for a NT$30,000 mortgage subsidy.
The cabinet has passed a series of draft amendments aimed at attracting foreign professionals to Taiwan, while also better protecting family reunification rights and increasing penalties for immigration-related offenses.
The Ministry of the Interior says life expectancy in Taiwan fell sharply last year.
Births in Taiwan last year have hit a new low. The Ministry of the Interior has published its 2022 population survey today, indicating that there were 23.264640 million people in Taiwan.
The cabinet has approved draft legal amendments to rein in real estate speculation
Taiwan has implemented regulations designed to combat money laundering and terrorist financing through the real estate, precious metals and jewellery markets but enforcement will be difficult
By Paul Shelton
Taiwan's Minister of Interior Hsu Kuo-yung says the government will begin issuing new electronic I-D cards nationally in the middle of next year following trial runs in certain locations.
A government support programme for home buyers has seen an influx of applicants since it opened this month.
New government data shows that Taiwan's home prices are on the rise
The government says slow growth of Taiwan's workforce in 2020 can be attributed to the coronavirus pandemic and the country's low fertility rate.