Procedures, processes, JFRV, potential documentation difficulties, whether to get married in Taiwan or overseas, as well as legal basis for divorce in Taiwan, including all related problems and pitfalls, child custody, alimony payments, abandonment, extra-marital affairs, and other complications...
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Marry abroad, don't marry here.
Get resident visa based on the marriage(JFRV).
Get an ARC.
Get a work permit based on your status as a foreign spouse.
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And yes, being a foreign spouse is much easier in my view. The bureaucracy doesn't hassle you that much.
Jeg er hvad jeg er.
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