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The permanent residency application of new Pakistani immigrant has been accepted for promoting gentleman's etiquette of dressing

The permanent residency application of new Pakistani immigrant, Zeeshan (姜君翰) has been accepted for promoting gentleman's etiquette of dressing.  Photo provided by National Immigration Agency
The permanent residency application of new Pakistani immigrant, Zeeshan (姜君翰) has been accepted for promoting gentleman's etiquette of dressing. Photo provided by National Immigration Agency
Taiwan Immigrants' Global News Network】Editor/ Tim Wu (吳宗翰)

Zeeshan (姜君翰) is a skilled suit tailor from Pakistan. In order to provide a better environment for his children's development and education, he and his Taiwanese wife made the decision to go back to Taiwan in 2013. Zeeshan, who has been a resident of Taiwan for more than 8 years, chose to apply for a permanent residency visa for aliens in order to settle in Taiwan for a long term.

According to Zeeshan, many skilled master tailors in Pakistan have inherited the art of tailoring, and boys with wealthy backgrounds have grown accustomed to wearing tailored shirts from infancy. Zeeshan has extensive expertise in the field of bespoke suits and can offer expert advice based on client requirements. Zeeshan wants to introduce the tradition of gentlemanly attire to Taiwan.

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The permanent residency application of new Pakistani immigrant, Zeeshan (姜君翰) has been accepted for promoting gentleman's etiquette of dressing.Photo provided by National Immigration Agency

Zeeshan, who has spent many years working in several nations, claimed that Taiwanese people are quite kind to foreigners and respectful of diverse religious views. They like the convenience of Taiwanese life and can sense the country's independence and democracy.

 

According to the director (黃英貴) of the NIA Taoyuan City Service Center, foreigners who have lived in Taiwan legally and continuously for five years, who spend more than 183 days a year there, and who meet the necessary requirements are eligible to apply for permanent residence at the NIA Service Center where they currently reside with the required documentation.

NIA Taoyuan City Service Center said that the maximum validity time for a foreigner's residency visa will be three years. They won't be subject to this limitation and will also keep their original nationality if they seek for a permanent residency visa, making it easier for them to return to their home country.

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Muhammad Farooq Hello I am Muhammad Farooq from Pakistan.i specially need one Taiwani person his complete name, email address and mobile number

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