Mordeth wrote:funkymonkey wrote:
Please Note: The PPT 132 form may not be accepted in some situations. For example, if you have been living in Taiwan for over 3 years, you will be expected by Passport Canada to have a guarantor and the form will likely be refused.
But considering it's a "rule" for doctors and dentists to NOT sign forms.......I think they'll understand.
I didn't get any hassle at all other that being questioned "Why is it that you have been here for 12 years and don't know anyone to sign the form?" Answer "I know a a few people on your list but they freak out a little bit when you ask them to sign something for you"
I used to have a doctor friend in town who did this but he moved to Zhanghua so it's just easier to pay them than do all the footwork now.