Renouncing citizenship - what happens?

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Renouncing citizenship - what happens?

Postby D.Stark » 03 Sep 2011, 21:00

I was wondering Hypothetically what would happen if someone with a dual nationality with another country and Taiwan renounced his/her Taiwanese citizenship while still in Taiwan? Hypothetically.
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