New IFI Network launched to provide friendly access to information for new immigrants
The National Immigration Agency (NIA) has collaborated with various governmental units to launch a more high-quality IFI Network, offering information of seven languages, including Chinese, English, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Thai, Burmese, and Cambodian. The NIA will host a press conference at 2 p.m on August 29 at the lobby of Taipei Main Station and invite public and private units to join.
The NIA stated that the new IFI Network is aimed to add more friendly services for new immigrants to quickly access to any information they need. Additionally, the new IFI Network has also built the first digital library for new residents, providing parent-child books about education, children's growth, or language learning.
A prize draw will also be held between August 24 and 28 before midday. Any individual who'd like to join can register on 培力網 or register in person on August 29.