http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2016/04/19/2003644315 wrote:About 20 campaigners from the Taiwan International Family Mutual Help Association, Taiwan TransAsia Sisters’ Association and other immigrant advocacy groups gathered outside of the Legislative Yuan, shouting for the legislature to remove the “shackles” migrants face when naturalizing.
http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2016/04/19/2003644316 wrote:In response to media reports that the Ukrainian government has rejected Bakurova’s application to relinquish her Ukrainian nationality, Chang cited Taiwan’s Nationality Act (國籍法) as saying that if Bakurova cannot obtain the renunciation certificate for reasons beyond her control, and foreign affairs authorities investigate and determine that it is true, then Bakurova does not need to provide the certificate.
headhonchoII wrote:Yes it's happening as I predicted, never got why people put so much faith in the DPP to sort things out. The NPP will play to gallery everything changes are proposed too. I've given up expecting any substantial change in the next decade, event he changes proposed were not substantial in terms of citizenship but it was a step In the right direction.
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