1. The applicant’s old national identification card and seal (or signature) (If the old certificate and the new photo can prove the identification of the applicant, he/she can issue a power of attorney to entrust others for the application).
2. The applicant shall submit a color photo taken within the latest two years, in which the applicant does not wear a hat and/or colored glasses and in which his/her eyes, nose, mouth, face, ears, contour(s), special mole(s), birthmark(s), scar(s), and others are not covered. The photo must not be modified and can clearly show the appearance of the applicant. The photo must be 4.5 cm in height and 3.5 cm in width, with the applicant’s portrait from top of the head to the lower jaw being longer than 3.2 cm but shorter than 3.6 cm. The photo should be thin glossy, in a white background but not synthesized. On the back of the photo must be indicated the applicant’s name, national ID card number and the date of photo taking.
3. If the photo on the old identification card looks blurred, the case should be handled as a replacement.
4. Fee charge is NT$ 50.