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Research of Taiwan’s immigration system
Huang Cheng, PhD
human smuggling syndicate
By looking into the change in Taiwan’s immigration process, with its specific economic and political background, Taiwan has been an immigration society since its early days. Due to its narrow land with high population density (the 2nd heaviest density in the world) and limited resources, some restrictions on immigration must be applied. This study investigates the status of Taiwan’s immigration system, and makes comparison of the different systems and regulations imposed to foreigners and mainlanders. As evolved in recent years, immigrants coming to Taiwan through cross-country marriages have turned out to be Taiwan’s 5th largest group. Thus, respect of plural cultures and new immigrant counseling have become one of the major focuses of the Government. With the trend of globalization, immigration policy requires taking varying requirements and our country’s future development into account. At the same time, the regulations and specific attributes that various advanced country have shall also be referred to for the institution of our policies. The study finds that: (1) cross-country marriages have become new immigrants’ the major vehicle to move to Taiwan. (2) the difference of the enforcement system stems from the variance in the number of immigrants and their attributes. (3) the future immigration trend is closely associated with a country’s immigration policy. (4) government’s construction of plural culture society may give a reciprocation and win-win effect. (5) the immigration policy is not integrated and well-rounded. Recommendations: (1) The immigration policy white paper shall be promptly introduced and promoted for the government administrative agencies to follow. (2) Reinforce the mechanism of face-to-face interviews, so as to eliminate illegal immigration and irregular cross-country marriages. (3) develop new human resources and create the“multi-step temporary visa” to eliminate the channel of illegal immigration and establish the database of new immigrant human resources. (4) look on the new value created from plural culture society. (5) set up a one-stop window to pay more attention to overseas Chinese and help them, and help their next generation learn Chinese culture. (6) make good use of the immigrant market mechanism, (7) regulate the quota for different categories of residence, so as to stimulate economy and enhance our international awareness.
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