I agree with you sandman. If you marry someone, you should be married to him (Taiwanese or Filipino).
Not according to the "embassy."
I asked them again and the secretary said very slowly " If the marriage certificate indicates a Taiwanese husband, then I can get an ARC. If it indicates a Filipino husband, no ARC but with recognized marital rights in the Philippines."
I told them this is absurd. My boyfriend is both Taiwanese and Filipino.
The secretary laughed and said "You can only indicate one citizenship in the marriage certificate."
So what do you think of that? Richard? Sandman? Hexuan?
Any good advice?