need Taiwan child abuse check certificate

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need Taiwan child abuse check certificate

Postby natnat » 24 Jun 2012, 07:20

Please help!

I am an American citizen who lived in Taiwan for a short time in June to July of 2010. I am in the process of adopting a child from a Hague Convention country in Africa. As part of this process, I need to provide a child abuse check for anywhere I have lived for more than three weeks... which includes Taiwan!

I have found this page with information: ... aiwan.html

The problem is the page talks about an "application" to mail, but I do not see one anywhere on there. Can anyone help me figure out what application this is?

Thanks so much for any help you can provide!
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