Taiwanese passport for our child

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Taiwanese passport for our child

Postby tigerpaul » 25 Apr 2012, 03:47

Hello Folks!

I wonder if anyone can help us.
My wife (Taiwanese) and I (British) are coming back to Taiwan soon to visit family and we are bringing our 5 month old son with us. How do we go about getting a Taiwanese passport for him?
Can anyone explain the procedure?

Thanks for your time!
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Re: Taiwanese passport for our child

Postby roadkill123 » 29 May 2012, 23:12

Go to your local TECO, ask for the requirements and apply for your child's passport. Children of Taiwan passport holders are entitled to it. If the mother isthe Taiwan passport holder, then children born in 1982 (not sure of the specific date though) and later are entitled to one.
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