crystaleye wrote:Hey all, I am just wondering if health insurance receipts are needed for dual nationality applications or even PARC applications?
Belgian Pie wrote:crystaleye wrote:Hey all, I am just wondering if health insurance receipts are needed for dual nationality applications or even PARC applications?
What are these? Never heard about them ...
Belgian Pie wrote:Too poor will make you getting an APRC very difficult ... but receipts are not asked for when applying ... although you can be fined when caught not having NHI
Hartzell wrote:If you are a local CITIZEN, and not working, you can sign up for National Health Coverage at the District or Village Administrative Office where you live. That gets you the discounted rate, which (I believe) is about NT$ 700 a month.
I am unaware that there is any acceptable excuse that "I am too poor to pay," unless you can fully document your status with some sort of officially issued paperwork.
Coverage is mandatory. You have to participate.
scomargo wrote:NHI is mandatory if you have an ARC or APRC or citizenship. I'm not sure what punishment you'll get if you don't apply for NHI, but do you really want to find out?
Although many Taiwanese break laws, you do realize it's not mandatory to do that in order to become a Taiwanese citizen, right?
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