Turtleman wrote:I am turning 36 June 2010, and according to TECO, they said that January 1st of the year when I turn 36 years of age, I do not need to do military service anymore. I thought I read a few years back, you had to do military service until Dec. 31st of the year that you turn 36.
So, is it January 1st, December 31 or my 36th birthday? I just like to see it written down (English or Chinese). Any links or know who I can call in Taiwan to see it in black and white. Call me paranoid, but better safe, than trust someone one's word. Thanks.
Turtleman wrote:N.B. I entered on my Canadian passport in the summer of 2004 and this time I entered with my ROC passport (which I do when I stay longer than a couple of months), and in the National Internal Affairs, where I got my exit stamp, their computers had my two passports linked. Just curious how they did that. I guess by name from the two passports. This is a caution for people who think the Taiwan gov't wouldn't know who you are if you used a foreign passport. Cheers, JJ
Many have found that out when they tried to leave and ended up being escorted to boot camp.
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