After hearing about life in Taiwan from a friend an Australian man, Mr. D, moved here to work without recieving a letter of employment first. After arriving, he found that his employer had no intention of helping him apply for a work permit. A friend introduced him to EZ Permit, to seek assistance in negotiating with his employer.
EZ Permit communicated with the employer, however there was still no positive response. Therefore, he was immediately advised to look for a new job, but he struggled due to his Chinese language abilities. EZ Permit recommended that he return to Australia in order to first obtain a working holiday visa, as it is a more stable way of gaining residence. Mr. D agreed and obtained the visa. He was later informed by EZ Permit that the permit only allowed employment for 3 months at any 1 employer. Our consultants also advised Mr. D to use the time to learn Chinese and introduced him to licenced Chinese teachers. Mr. D was very lucky, because the Chinese teacher agreed to tutor him despite his limited finances. EZ Permit continues to assist Mr. D in seeking employment
An Australian ABC man came to Taiwan to work because of a friend's encouragement, but did not get a job offer first. After coming to Taiwan, I found that my employer had no intention to help him apply for a work permit. After a friend introduced him to EZ PERMIT, he sought assistance in communicating with his employer.
After EZ PERMIT communicated with the employer, there was still no positive response. Therefore, foreigners were immediately advised to look for new jobs, but it was difficult to obtain a job opportunity in Taiwan because they were not fluent in Chinese. EZ PERMIT recommends that foreigners return to Australia first to obtain a working holiday visa. It is more stable to come to Taiwan. Mr. D also agreed to return to China to obtain a visa before coming to Taiwan because his visa is about to expire and there is still no employment letter from a Taiwan employer. At present, Mr. D has obtained a working holiday visa to come to Taiwan, and the EZ consultant has carefully informed that although the visa is regarded as a work permit, he can only work for the same employer for less than 3 months. EZ consultants also recommend seizing the time to learn Chinese and recommending licensed Chinese teachers to teach Chinese. Mr. D was very lucky, because the Chinese teacher friend of the EZ consultant knew that his current financial ability was limited, and accepted the language exchange method for Mr. D to study Chinese. EZ PERMIT continues to assist Mr. D in finding a job.