speed_maniac wrote:Emmus as far as I know no one has succeeded in bypassing this hurdle. You can go to the NIA and talk to them and see if they can make an exception but the changes are very remote...this is the bitter pill that all of us had to sallow!!!
Tess if you have some issues then I guess you should start a new topic, your comments do not help the OP in any way. Also there is a lot of information available in English too. Mandarin is the language of the land and if you want to become a citizen by your own choice then hell yeah you better make an effort to at least be able to speak/understand it.....
also whenever i needed some information there were always friendly/helpful people who helped me, it all depends on your attitude, if you act like ass then you will get treated like an ass!!!
riceworm wrote:By the way, as a 無戶籍國民 with an ARC, you need to apply for an Entry/Exit Permit (入出境許可 證) before traveling.
emmus wrote:riceworm wrote:I called the NIA earlier but had a very difficult time communicating with the official; but basically, from my understanding, she told me that because my ARC is a Taiwan Resident Certificate and multiple-entry, I just need to show up at the airport with my ARC and Taiwanese passport to exit and reenter the country. Do you have any insight/experience with this?
Sorry for the excessive questioning!
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