Am I right in understanding that applicants for naturalization who are married to ROC citizens are excused from the medical, police, AND language tests? Would this apply to APRC and JFRV holders alike (assuming the APRC holder is married to a local)?
Also, at some point the applicant will transition from a passport in their "foreign" (and presumably roman-letter) name, to an ROC passport with the name rendered in Chinese characters. Of course there will also be a romanized version, but would that be your original name, a pinyinized version of the Chinese name, or whatever foolishness you dare to submit to them (as long as it is in roman letters)? Also, i realize that everyone doing this will already have a Chinese-character name on their documents, but would you have to use the same one, or could you make up a new one?
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