If a relocation between these two contrasting islands is in your future, you’ve come to the right place. We’d love to help you make a simple move between Taiwan and Guam. After relocating thousands upon thousands of individuals and families between Guam and destinations all over the world, we’ve collected a ton of experience. We’re well-versed in the paperwork, procedures—and all the small details that make for a smooth relocation.
We’ll show you exactly what you need to know when moving between these two destinations, starting with moves from Guam to Taiwan.
What You Need to Know When Moving to Taiwan from Guam
If you’re headed to Taiwan, you have plenty of unique cultural experiences waiting for you. Adventurous eaters will be thrilled to discover that the island is well known for its street food, which you can sample during Taiwan’s equally famous night markets. Additionally, if you’ve been craving big city life, you’ll love Taipei, the island’s capital. With more than 2.6 million inhabitants in the city and 7 million in the metro area, iii Taipei offers all of the fast-paced excitement of a modern city. Between shopping, museums, history, hiking, hot springs, and many more activities, you’ll find it easy to stay busy.
Here’s what you need to know about making your move to Taiwan.
Documents Needed for Moving Your Goods to Taiwan:
For national citizens: A scanned copy, front and back, of the owner’s Taiwan ID
For foreign citizens: A scanned copy, front and back, of the owner’s Alien Resident Certificate or work permit
- A scanned copy of passport photograph and signature pages
- A scanned copy of the entry stamp, dated within the last 6 months before shipment’s arrival date
- Owner of the goods’ arrival flight details matching entry stamp into Taiwan
- Copy of bill of lading (BL) or air waybill (AWB)
- Inventory list/packing list in English
- Original signed Customs entrusting letter
- Customs Inbound Passengers Declaration Form
For more information about customs rules and procedures, talk to your moving company or refer to the Taiwan Customs website. You’re also welcome to ask one of our experts! We would be happy to get you the info you need. Now, if you’re headed the other way, let’s talk about moving to Guam from Taiwan.