A gentleman from France who we will call Mr. M was in Taiwan attending a conference on Chinese and Western Cultural Exchanges when he came into contact with a member of our EZ staff. They exchanged business cards and during their conversation Mr. M told the staff member that he had been offered a job by a Taiwan company which he was eager to accept, but after some time the offer was withdrawn due to the company not being able to correctly apply for his Work permit.
Due to his current Visa expiring shortly and his lack of funds he was going to have to return to France and find a job there, but he was still keen on working in Taiwan one day. In an effort to help him the EZ staff member offered to keep in touch with him via e-mail and let him know of any possible job opportunities that came up. He was assured that if EZ Permit handled his case in the future that his application for a work permit and ARC card would be handled professionally and correctly .
French men exchanged business cards with EZ consultants at the Oriented Chinese-West exchange social scene to learn about EZ PERMIT. Because the former employer did not handle the work permit for Mr. M, Mr. M resigned and still wanted to work in Taiwan.
The EZ consultant answered the legal issues that Mr. M encountered in his previous job and helped to guide Mr. M to continue looking for the next job. Due to the expiration of the visa and the use of the deposit, I decided to return to France for a while and then have savings to come to Taiwan. The EZ consultant repeatedly encouraged and e-mailed the work opportunities before Mr. M returned to Taiwan, so that Mr. M would not let the company abandon the dream of working in Taiwan, and is currently in stable employment in Taiwan.