I have multiple-nationalities (not personalities) and am currently in Taiwan (I am not Taiwanese). I am going to marry my Taiwanese man here in Taiwan this summer.
1. Can I use a different passport to get married with than the one that I used to enter Taiwan?
(Does MOFA care when I go to get my sworn single status stamped by them that the passport I hand them that goes with the single affidavit does not have an entrance stamp? Does the marriage-office care?)
2. Can I get my JFRV on a different passport than the one I got married with (after leaving the country and coming back on the desired passport of course)? [As long as I follow all the necessary steps, providing proof of marriage-notification from the desired nation, etc]. For example, is 'Nationality' entered on the Marriage Certificate in English or Chinese, which could potentially make this difficult for some reason?
I guess anyone who has done the first one can answer, and anyone who has gotten married in Taiwan can check their Certificate of Marriage and help answer the second one
Any and all help is greatly appreciated.Edit: A summary of my answers as I have gone through the process now:
1. Yes. I was here on one passport, and then got married on an other. It may not have been the proper way, as I was told it was not possible when I called and asked, but the Household Registration Office I went to was in a small town and it didn't occur to them I'd perhaps have multiple-citizenships so they didn't flip through the passport to check if it was the one I had entered on, so it was a-ok and went smooth as pie.
2. No, technically all the documents must be same nationality (HuJu TengBen, Criminal Record Check, Health Check, etc). BUT:
(a) if the health check is done on one and then needs to be changed, you can just take it to the hospital with your two passports and they will change and stamp it (the passport number and nationality). NOTE: You can get a health check on a different nationality than you entered the country on in the first place though, so could do the check before leaving and returning on the JFRV-application passport.
(b) you just need to bring all your passports to the Household Registration Office, and they will add your other nationalities behind the original one (if you got married on a passport that you were not in Taiwan on at that time I would go in on another day, just in case they don't let you get married on the one you need if you show them all the passports wedding-registration-day). You then get a print-out of HuJi TengBen and you are good to go!