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Foreign Students Will Violate the Laws If Working Without Permit(2005-05-26

  • Date: 2018-07-06
  • Issued by: Taichung City Government

Based on the Employment Service Law and Regulations Governing Employment of Foreign Nationals, foreign students, overseas Chinese students and ethnic Chinese students should apply work permits from the Council of Labor Affairs when getting a part-time job. The Bureau of Labor Affairs, Taichung City Government recently found quite a few foreign students, overseas Chinese students and ethnic Chinese students took part-time jobs during the winter vacation without work permits and violated the Employment Service Law. The employers and the students were both fined for violating the law. The fine can be as much as NT$750,000. According to the Bureau of Labor Affairs, many foreign students, overseas Chinese students and ethnic Chinese students work part time to earn money. Some might be employed by street vendors, some might be sweepers while others work in factories or restaurants. These students work part time without applying for work permits and so violated the Employment Service Law. They can be fined between NT$30,000 and NT$150,000. At the same time, employers hiring foreigners without proper work permits will be fined between NT$150,000 and NT$750,000. Starting from January 15th, 2004, the Council of Labor Affairs provides one-stop service for foreigners applying for work permits; hence, the Bureau of Labor Affairs remind students to apply for permits before getting a part-time job in the summer vacation. The work permit can last for 6 months. For details, please contact the Bureau of Employment and Vocational Training at 02-85901237 or the Bureau of Labor Affairs at 04-22296049~50.

 

  • Date : 2005-05-26
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