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Permanent Resident - 180 Tage - Regel

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Permanent Resident - 180 Tage - Regel

Postby Pfeffersack » 10 Dec 2014, 20:21

Ich habe ein APRC und erinnere mich, das man dafür 180 Tage im Jahr in Taiwan sein muss, sonst wird es ungültig.

Weil ich 2015 voraussichtl. mehr als 6 Monate ausserhalb TWNs sein werde: hat jemand mit dieser Regel (bzw. Regelverletzung) schonmal Erfahrungen gemacht?
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Re: Permanent Resident - 180 Tage - Regel

Postby MoTi » 10 Dec 2014, 21:21

Nein, keine Errfahrung.
Ich weiss aber, dass wenn du NIA vorab informierst, du dich bis zu 2 Jahren ausserhalb Taiwans aufhalten kannst und darfst, ohne deinen PRAC Status zu verlieren.
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Re: Permanent Resident - 180 Tage - Regel

Postby Pfeffersack » 11 Dec 2014, 20:57

Stimmt! Jetzt wo ich nochmal die alten Dokumente durchgelesen habe, ist mir das auch in den sinn gekommen. Ich muss mal mit den Damen und Herren reden!

Vielen Dank für den Hinweis.
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Re: Permanent Resident - 180 Tage - Regel

Postby MoTi » 01 Jan 2015, 12:32

Muss man eigentlich die tw Krankenversicherung weiterzahlen fuer den Abwesenheits-Zeitraum ?
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Re: Permanent Resident - 180 Tage - Regel

Postby Belgian Pie » 01 Jan 2015, 12:42

MoTi wrote:Muss man eigentlich die tw Krankenversicherung weiterzahlen fuer den Abwesenheits-Zeitraum ?


Suspending and Restoring Coverage
  To suspend coverage, the insured should have their insurance registration organizations (generally their employers) fill out an “insurance suspension reporting form” and submit it, along with travel documents such as visas and plane tickets, to the National Health Insurance branch office serving the area where your employer is registered.

  If formerly insured individuals return home -- meaning the reason for halting coverage no longer exists -- they must restore coverage from the day they re-enter the country. They should have their insurance registration organizations fill out an “insurance re-enrollment form” and submit it within three days of their return along with an entry and exit certificate (or a complete copy of their passport) to the appropriate National Health Insurance branch office.
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