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Land use investigation is open now!!
Land use investigation is open now!!
The results of land use investigation (LUI) provide an important reference for socioeconomic development and land use planning. Therefore, LUI has been held since 2006. The content of LUI is divided into nine categories, including agriculture, forest, transportation, water, building, public, recreation, mining and salt, and others. The forest land was used over 2.15 million hectares, ranking first in the country, and the agricultural land over 740,000 hectares come in second. The third place (excluding other use land) is building land which was more than 180,000 hectares. The above three catagories accounts for 84% of the national land. For more information, please refer to the land use investigation Website (https://www.nlsc.gov.tw/LUI/Home/Content_Home.aspx).
Distribution of Agriculture Lands converting into other classification in 2018
Distribution of Agriculture Lands converting into other classification in 2018
Non-urban land has accounted for about 86% of the registered land in Taiwan, of which Agriculture Lands accounts for about 27% of non-urban land, with a total area of 819,571 hectares. People are allowed to build agricultural production and marketing facilities, animal husbandry facilities, and leisure agricultural facilities on Agriculture Lands, also they can convert Agriculture Lands into other land classifications for different use items. In 2018, the area of land classification convert was 1,486.44 hectares, of which the area converted into Forestry Lands was the most (73.08%), and mainly maintain low intensity land use. Followed by the area of converting land classification into Water Resources Conservancy Lands(6.48%), Lands for Special Objective Undertakings(6.45%)and Traffic Lands(4.75%), mostly used for public construction such as detention pond, highways and so forth. Besides, there are 5.5% of land area converting into all kinds of building lands, chiefly into Type D Building Lands that for industrial purpose.
Building a beautiful homeland-urban land consolidation programs
Building a beautiful homeland-urban land consolidation programs
In order to promote land use, sound city integral development and enhance public construction, from 1958 to 2018, 1,040 districts, totaling 16,853 hectares, had been completed under urban land consolidation programs nation-wide. As a result of these urban land consolidation programs, the local government has made 10,819 hectares for building purposes(64.2%), and 5,703 hectares of land available for public facilities(33.8%).
The land for public facilities includes 3,193 hectares of roads(56.0%), 509 hectares of neighborhood parks(8.9%), 384 hectares of primary schools and junior high schools(6.7%), 120 hectares of green fields(2.1%) and 1,497 hectares of other.

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Holders of ROC ePassport Aged 16 and Above May Enjoy Express Customs Clearance Service in Australia
Holders of ROC ePassport Aged 16 and Above May Enjoy Express Customs Clearance Service in Australia
Holders of valid ROC ePassport aged 16 and above may clear customs in Australia without prior registration or biometric data. The 2-stage verification method is applied; if the ROC national is entering Australia for the first time, the system will compare the traveler's data with the visa database and store the photo and personal information contained in the passport. If the system verifies that the traveler qualifies for SmartGate, a small card will be issued for the traveler to take to the second stage of the verification process. After inserting the small card into the facial recognition reader, the traveler should stand upright in front of the reader, which will scan the facial features of the traveler and compare them with the passport photo retrieved at the kiosk. If the information match, the gate will open, allowing the traveler to pass through. ROC nationals may now enjoy this fast, convenient customs clearance service!
Foreign students and Overseas Chinese students Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao students Nationals without registered household in the Taiwan Area (Students) Online Application System
Foreign students and Overseas Chinese students Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao students Nationals without registered household in the Taiwan Area (Students) Online Application System
The National Immigration Agency of the Ministry of the Interior provides online application for foreign students, overseas Chinese students, Mainland China students, Hong Kong and Macao students, and Nationals-without-registered-household-in-the-Taiwan-Area students to apply for Alien Resident Certificate and exit & entry permit. The Student Online Application System offers services 24 hours, all year round and in addition to the newly added feature of “pay at 4 major convenience stores in Taiwan”, which provides students to pay at the convenience store nearby. We welcome you to give it a try!
To submit online application for a foreigner to study religious doctrine in Taiwan is now available
To submit online application for a foreigner to study religious doctrine in Taiwan is now available
Starting from September 1, applicants may choose to submit applications through online submission or the existing paper-based submission.
The accounting report of political donations is fully open over the internet
The accounting report of political donations is fully open over the internet
In order to enhance transparency in information, the Ministry of the Interior has amended the Political Donations Act to require the authority hearing declaration to make the accounting reports of political donations fully available over the internet, and the Control Yuan has for the first time made public the accounting reports of political donations for the persons planning to participate in campaign of 107-year election of local civil servants. Therefore, if you would like to inquire about the political donations of these persons planning to participate in campaign, you can check them on the Website of the Control Yuan from now on!(URL:https://ardata.cy.gov.tw/home)
Benefits of providing rental housing
Benefits of providing rental housing
Residential Owners provide social housing, and would get income tax benefits. The rental income which does not exceed NT 10,000 dollars per residential unit each month is exempt from income tax. If the rental income exceeds NT 10,000 dollars, the part which exceeds NT 10,000 dollars would be exempt from 60% of tax deduction.
For example, Mr. Lee provided social housing and had NT 240,000 dollars rental income last year. He might save NT 17,760 dollars for tax declaration. MOI reminds that people providing social housing should provide rental housing contract to National Taxation Bureau. Besides, residential owners who commission their residential units to the rental housing management business(RHMB) or lease their housing to the rental housing subleasing business(RHSB) for subleasing also have income tax benefits.
For more information about providing social housing or realizing RHMB and RHSB system, please visit the website at https://ftt.tw/hjZxt and https://www.land.moi.gov.tw/chhtml/news/89.

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