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Spanish with Taiwanese mother. Can I get double nationality?

Who can and cannot be a dual national, as well as the joys and frustrations accompanying that status. Includes ROC Passport and Military Conscription issues
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Spanish with Taiwanese mother. Can I get double nationality?

Postby gml_bcn » 20 Jun 2014, 17:30

Hello

I have a Spanish passport eventhough I've been living in Asia for the last 7 years.

Everybody is suggesting me to get myself a double nationality to make my life easier, as I have long stays visiting my family in Taiwan and many visits to mainland China.

Being 31 already, is it a possibility I can consider? My mother has double nationality (Spain/Taiwan) and lives in Spain. My grandma and 3 aunties all live in Taiwan.

Thanks!
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Re: Spanish with Taiwanese mother. Can I get double nationality?

Postby jesus80 » 22 Jun 2014, 10:31

I know somebody in the same situation (Spanish w/ Taiwanese mother and living here after having lived in China). I believe he's got double nationality. I will ask him again though.
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Re: Spanish with Taiwanese mother. Can I get double nationality?

Postby gml_bcn » 25 Jun 2014, 10:23

jesus80 wrote:I know somebody in the same situation (Spanish w/ Taiwanese mother and living here after having lived in China). I believe he's got double nationality. I will ask him again though.


Thank you jesus80
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Re: Spanish with Taiwanese mother. Can I get double nationality?

Postby jesus80 » 25 Jun 2014, 10:37

gml_bcn wrote:
jesus80 wrote:I know somebody in the same situation (Spanish w/ Taiwanese mother and living here after having lived in China). I believe he's got double nationality. I will ask him again though.


Thank you jesus80


Holy shit! I totally forgot about this xD

I will ask him as soon as I see him. Sorry :S
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Re: Spanish with Taiwanese mother. Can I get double nationality?

Postby jesus80 » 26 Jun 2014, 14:47

Well, you definitively CAN do it. But you need to do some paperwork in Hilario Pino (Madrid), then get a TAiwanese passport and enter Taiwan with it. Then there´s the second part of the process that should be possible to be done entirely here. Sorry for I don't really know all the details...
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Re: Spanish with Taiwanese mother. Can I get double nationality?

Postby gml_bcn » 27 Jun 2014, 17:14

jesus80 wrote:Well, you definitively CAN do it. But you need to do some paperwork in Hilario Pino (Madrid), then get a TAiwanese passport and enter Taiwan with it. Then there´s the second part of the process that should be possible to be done entirely here. Sorry for I don't really know all the details...


Thanks for your help, I will contact Madrid and ask about it!

Btw, it's c/Rosario Pino, not Hilario Pino (he's a TV host and a puppet) :)
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Re: Spanish with Taiwanese mother. Can I get double nationality?

Postby jesus80 » 27 Jun 2014, 17:31

gml_bcn wrote:
jesus80 wrote:Well, you definitively CAN do it. But you need to do some paperwork in Hilario Pino (Madrid), then get a TAiwanese passport and enter Taiwan with it. Then there´s the second part of the process that should be possible to be done entirely here. Sorry for I don't really know all the details...


Thanks for your help, I will contact Madrid and ask about it!

Btw, it's c/Rosario Pino, not Hilario Pino (he's a TV host and a puppet) :)


Ostia, es verdad xD
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