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23 year old White English guy planning to move to Taiwan.

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Re: 23 year old White English guy planning to move to Taiwan.

Postby richard_g3 » 18 Apr 2012, 02:51

Don't think I really want to live up north, the south seems more my kind of place. I have a question about the needing a return flight out of the country to obtain a visa, is it OK if the return flight is to Hong Kong or another Asian city?
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Re: 23 year old White English guy planning to move to Taiwan.

Postby tommy525 » 18 Apr 2012, 03:09

richard_g3 wrote:Don't think I really want to live up north, the south seems more my kind of place. I have a question about the needing a return flight out of the country to obtain a visa, is it OK if the return flight is to Hong Kong or another Asian city?


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