HeiLung wrote:There must be plenty of people living in Taiwan who had been married in the US, divorced here, and then had the Taiwan divorce recognized back in the US. If you are such a person, or know such a person, or otherwise know what must be done in any state in the US, I'd be much obliged for your help.
I will assume that you are have completed a divorce from your Taiwan spouse in Taiwan, that you are still in Taiwan, and that you are still on speaking terms with your ex.
I note that the United States has no central registry of marriages, or divorces . . . . . . either at the state or federal level.
Under such circumstances, why don't you go with your ex to the Household Registration Office here in Taiwan and get an English-language copy of her household registration document -- the full document
, with all annotations.
This will be stamped by the Household Registration Office, so it is an official document. You should be listed on there as the divorced spouse. Then take this document to AIT and apply for your SINGLE CERTIFICATE. Get everything notarized of course.
It would seem to me that all of this documentation would be adequate proof anywhere in an English-speaking country to establish the fact that you are divorced.