The entry and exit permit, which is the full name of the entry and exit permit of the Taiwan region of the Republic of China, is issued by the Immigration Department of the Ministry of internal affairs of the administrative authority of Taiwan region to the residents of the mainland (including Hong Kong and Macao) for entering and leaving Taiwan region. You have to have relevant documents to enter Taiwan. So what's the difference between an entry permit and a Taiwan pass? Understand the difference between the entry permit and the Taiwan pass. The two are totally different.
1. Taiwan pass, the full name of which is "pass for mainland residents to and from Taiwan", is a certificate held by residents of mainland China to and from Taiwan. It needs to be applied for by the local exit and entry administration.
2. The entry permit, fully known as the "entry and exit permit for Taiwan region of the Republic of China", is a certificate issued by the internal affairs department of Taiwan to the residents of mainland China and Hong Kong and Macao to enter and leave Taiwan. It needs to be applied to the Taiwan immigration office through a qualified travel agency.