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US/TW passport holder, TARC eligibility question

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US/TW passport holder, TARC eligibility question

Postby sauledievs » 12 May 2015, 08:57

My father is Taiwanese w/ TW passport, ID card, and I'm assuming household registry. My mother only has a US passport. I currently have both a US passport and Overseas Taiwan passport with no 身分證. Also, I am past the age of 20.

I am looking to get a TARC. I saw on another thread, the things necessary to have to get a TARC in my circumstances:
http://www.forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtopi ... 6&t=139907

1. Parents household registration
2. Parents IDs
3. FBI Clearance
4. Birth Certificate
5. Parents Marriage Certificate
6. Taiwan Medical Clearance
7. US and TW Passports.

The problem I have is that my father has already passed away, so I'm not clear if the first 2 are still possible. I have his old passport, but not his ID. Also, I'm not clear about where any household registration paper is, but may be able to find it when I go back to Taiwan. Would these documents still be considered valid for these purposes after death? If I am missing some of them, is there still a way to acquire some type of proof of them?

Has anyone been in this situation or does anyone know what I can do? Is it still possible for me to get a TARC in this way? If not, what are my options?

I contacted TECO Chicago with these questions and they basically just told me to ask elsewhere. Is there any other TW organization I could contact(in English, my Chinese is weak) to get more information on these things?
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Re: US/TW passport holder, TARC eligibility question

Postby andyhk888 » 01 Jul 2015, 01:37

Yes, the household registration document should be valid after his death. Basically you'll need to get an original computer print out of your fathers huji (registered household address) from the local household registration office where your father used to live. I would take your fathers death certificate to Taiwan and explain about the TARC application at the household registration office to try and get a print out there. I'm not sure if you can go to any local household registration office and look this up. If you can find your fathers ID card it has the registered household address on it, so that will show you what district office you need to visit. My understanding is you have to go to the local office in the district your father used to live and they will have the records there.
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