You think? That's nothing, just the tip of the iceberg baby!mileena wrote:thanks so much! that really sucks. it sounds like discrimination.
mileena wrote:thanks so much! that really sucks. it sounds like discrimination.
mileena wrote:My mom became a U.S. citizen around 1975 or 1976 and was forced to renounce her Taiwanese citizenship. Since my mother is Taiwanese, am I a Taiwanese citizen as well? I am trying very hard to learn both Mandarin and Taiwanese.I want to visit Taiwan and stay for more than 30 days. I don't want to have to apply for a visa.Thanks!
Icon wrote:She got a 6 month visa last time, though, so at least you can get that.
Icon wrote:And ask about the Overseas Chinese ID, they seem to also have become a bit more flexible with the patrilineal exclusiviness.
Satellite TV wrote:Firstly your mother would not have been forced to give up ROC Nationality.... crock of shite imho she probably just never renewed her ROC passport which is something else altogether. Taiwanese are allowed dual nationality.
tommy525 wrote:Can you imagine someone born in the USA and living there for decades who was still considered a "tourist"??
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