Taiwan

A customer with a valid driver's license issued by Taiwan (Class B passenger license or Class A2 motorcycle license) may convert the Taiwanese driver's license to the equivalent passenger or motorcycle license if he/she meets the following requirements:

      Is at least 18 years of age

      Has a valid Social Security Number or an acceptable denial notice from the Social Security Administration with an acceptable visa class and I-94. (The I-94 can be either a paper version from US Customs and Border Protection or a printout of an electronic version downloaded from their website: http://www.cbp.gov/travel/international-visitors/i-94-instructions.)

      Is a Massachusetts resident

      The Taiwanese license is not expired, suspended, or revoked

 

The customer must submit the following an RMV service center:

      Identification documents which prove the following:

Massachusetts Residency

Signature

Date of Birth

Social Security Number (or acceptable denial notice, passport with valid visa, and I-94). (The I-94 can be either a paper version from US Customs and Border Protection or a printout of an electronic version downloaded from their website: http://www.cbp.gov/travel/international-visitors/i-94-instructions.)

      The Taiwanese driver’s license

      A Taiwanese driver's license translation completed and stamped by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Boston (also known as TECO) or by an acceptable translator

      Original certified driving record issued no more than 60 days ago by the agency issuing the driver’s license and which indicates that the customer is licensed to operate passenger vehicles or motorcycles

      A translation of the driving record obtained from the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Boston or from an acceptable translator.

      The completed  Class D, M, or D/M License and ID Card Application

      The applicable fee. Refer to the Fees section for more information.

 

The Taiwanese driver's license must be surrendered and it will be kept for storage at the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Boston.

 

Refer to the Identity Verification Policy section for information on verifying identity and on acceptable identification documents.

 

All documents must be originals. The Registry will not accept photocopies.