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headhonchoII wrote:..and yet there are Filipinas teaching English here...there are some other threads on here, search for them.
Abacus wrote:It is not possible to legally work as an English teacher if you are from the Philippines. To get a work permit you need to be from one of the native speaking (their definition) countries (US, CA, GB, IR, AU, NZ and SA).
I have a question that I hope can be answered on your FAQ page. I have not been able to find an answer despite looking on many government websites, legal databases, etc. I have seen a lot of debate on line about this, and many people seem to be confused about it.
What qualifications are required to be hired as an instructor of English at a short-term supplementary education institute?
Abacus wrote:Okay. Show me a case where a work permit was granted to a Filipino English teacher.
You might be able to say that it is legal by the letter of the law but I am almost certain that the work permit would be denied if you could even find a buxiban to apply for it.
That's pretty shitty advice to give to someone that is moving to Taiwan specifically to teach English and is counting on a job.
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