Annotated Republic of China Regulations/Enforcement Rules of the Immigration Act

The Enforcement Rules of the Immigration Act administratively supplement the Immigration Act in Taiwan.

HistoryEdit

From http://law.moj.gov.tw/eng/LawClass/LawHistory.aspx?PCode=D0080133 :

  1. This Act’s entire 66 articles were promulgated and went into effect on 30 October 1999 by the Ministry of the Interior.
  2. This Act’s Articles 27 and 37 were amended and promulgated on 13 December 2000 by the Ministry of the Interior.
  3. This Act’s Articles 8-1, 8-2, 26, 43, 45, and 62 to 64 were amended and Article 65 was deleted, which was promulgated on 3 January 2001 by the Executive Yuan.
  4. This Act’s Article 42 was amended and promulgated on 1 April 2004 by the Ministry of the Interior.
  5. This Act’s Article 42 was amended and promulgated on 14 February 2008 by the Ministry of the Interior.
  6. The new Act’s entire 41 articles were promulgated on 5 August 2008 by the Ministry of the Interior and its effective date was to be set by the same ministry. The new Act was promulgated to go into effect on 1 August 2008 by the Ministry of the Interior.[1]
  7. The new Act’s Article 16 was amended and promulgated on 14 November 2008 by the Ministry of the Interior; this article went into effect on 16 November 2008.
  8. The Act’s Article 39 and 41 were amended and Article 4, Chapter 4 (including title, Article 21 and Article 22) were deleted, these changes were promulgated on September 14, 2012.
  9. The Act’s Article 14 was amended and promulgated on December19 ,2013 by the Ministry of the Interior.

Wikibooks annotationEdit

  1. This full amendment is in a separate page, and later partial amendments are in other separate pages per articles.