Documents And Information Required For
Foreign Company Recognition & Branch Registration In Taiwan

Documents
Copies needed
  1. Certificate of incorporation of the foreign parent company.
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  1. Resolution adopted at a meeting by the board of directors of the foreign parent company authorizing:

    1. The filing of an application for recognition of the foreign parent company and registration of its branch office with the Taiwan government,
    2. The appointment of the branch manager,
    3. The appointment of a designated agent (nature person) for the foreign parent company for litigious and non-litigious matters, and ,
    4. The appointment of L & C Company, Certified Public Accountants, to apply for recognition of the foreign company and establishment of its branch office.
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  1. Power of attorney appointing UHY L&C Company, Certified Public Accountant, to apply for recognition of the foreign parent company and to register its branch in Taiwan.
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  1. Power of attorney appointing the foreign parent company's designated agent (nature person) in Taiwan for litigious and non-litigious matters.
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  1. The foreign parent company's articles of incorporation and by-laws (including all amendments to date).
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  1. List of the foreign parent company's directors, including name, nationality, position, and place of residence of each director.
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  1. Photo copy of the passport and Alien Resident Certificate (for a foreign national) or Taiwan Identification Card (for a local Taiwaness) of the branch manager, and of the foreign parent company's designated agent (nature person) for litigious and non-litigious matters.
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  1. Foreign parent company's operation results for past 3 years (including number of its employees) and its annual report.
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  1. Operating plan of the branch for first year of operations in Taiwan.
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  1. Copy of building tax receipt, office lease agreement, building title and usage certificates of Branch's office to be located.(Office must be located at approved commercial or office area.)
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  1. Bank's advice of inward remittance, exchange memo, and bank deposit certificate evidencing amount of operating capital remitted to Taiwan. Such capital must be transferred through bank transfer.
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  • Notes
    1. Documents are required to be notarized by a notary public and attested to by the nearest Embassy, Consulate or a Representative of the government of Taiwan, the Republic of China, in the country in which the foreign company reside.
    2. Sample documents will be provided by us.