Tempo Gain wrote:There's a counter at the airport just after you pass through immigration, off to one side, where they will do this, if I remember right. I asked because I was curious what it was. They said some countries require it, while some don't. I kind of guess Europe is in the "don't" category, but I'd ask an official agency and make sure.
Tempo Gain wrote:In what sense isn't dual citizenship allowed here? I thought it was.
jmcd wrote:When I enter and leave Taiwan, I go through the Taiwan citizen line with both of my passports. I asked them to stamp both passports.
When I returned to US, I showed US my US passport.
No big deal.
jezijezz1 wrote:Hello again!
I have another question regarding travelling to Taiwan. If I was to have a layover mainland China, how would that work out? I see that a lot of the flights from Europe have layovers in mainland China. From the informaton I've found, it looks like one is not required to get a transit visa as long as you hold an onward ticket. However, Taiwanese passport holders need either the Tai bao zhen or a China travel permit issued by the Chinese embassy.
Will dual Taiwan citizens be able to transfer in China with the other (ie EU or US) passport? Or will the etnicity and/or being born in China (/TW/HK etc) mean that one need to apply for the Chinese travel permit even for transits thru mainland China.
Thanks in advance!
(1) Male citizen born before the year 1984: exited the Taiwan Area with the status of an Overseas Chinese after reaching his conscription age...
(2) Male citizen born after the year 1985: exited the Taiwan Area with the status of an Overseas Chinese after reaching his conscription age ...
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