Overseas Chinese w/ passport and ARC applying for ROC ID - any way around the one-year policy?

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Re: Overseas Chinese w/ passport and ARC applying for ROC ID - any way around the one-year policy?

Postby roadkill123 » 10 Jul 2011, 00:12

I thought there was the option to live in Taiwan for 2 consecutive years with 270 days per year instead of the one-year policy? Is this not applicable anymore? :eh:
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Re: Overseas Chinese w/ passport and ARC applying for ROC ID - any way around the one-year policy?

Postby speed_maniac » 11 Jul 2011, 16:29

yes, or even 5 years with 183 days per year....but no matter what, 1 year, 2 years or 5 years, there is no way around the policy.
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Re: Overseas Chinese w/ passport and ARC applying for ROC ID - any way around the one-year policy?

Postby pqkdzrwt » 11 Jul 2011, 16:46

Not that it helps, but I have been told by the in-laws that they have been told that this law may be altered within the next 12 months. I believe, currently people below a certain age are exempt, however they are looking at adding more exemptions.
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Re: Overseas Chinese w/ passport and ARC applying for ROC ID - any way around the one-year policy?

Postby chanephraim » 08 Dec 2011, 11:26

what are the exemptions? any update on this topic?
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Re: Overseas Chinese w/ passport and ARC applying for ROC ID - any way around the one-year policy?

Postby Satellite TV » 08 Dec 2011, 11:34

chanephraim wrote:what are the exemptions? any update on this topic?


There are none.
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Re: Overseas Chinese w/ passport and ARC applying for ROC ID - any way around the one-year policy?

Postby chanephraim » 08 Dec 2011, 11:39

anybody had tried this already? overseas chinese arc then id card?
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Re: Overseas Chinese w/ passport and ARC applying for ROC ID - any way around the one-year policy?

Postby chanephraim » 08 Dec 2011, 11:52

emmus. for my part. i arrived here june. then settle for couple of months in new taipe city and applied at new taipe city NIA there's application form for getting a petition. check out for teco first before you get a petition form.
your documents should be translated and authenticated by teco in chinese. since im from the philippines. my documents were. birth certificate from me and my mom. marriage contract from them, nbi clearnce must be authenticated by foreign affairs then authenticated by teco. household registration, id card, passport from her.my medical certificate here in taiwan passport taiwan picture 2 pcs.payment fee: I don't remember at all. ill ask my mom about it. since we together applied to NIA personally.

emmus wrote:Thanks for the info! By any chance do you know where I might able to obtain a petition form? I thought it wouldn't hurt to at least try...

Thanks again!!!
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Re: Overseas Chinese w/ passport and ARC applying for ROC ID - any way around the one-year policy?

Postby misspon » 21 Nov 2012, 06:41

[quote="chanephraim"]emmus. for my part. i arrived here june. then settle for couple of months in new taipe city and applied at new taipe city NIA there's application form for getting a petition. check out for teco first before you get a petition form.
your documents should be translated and authenticated by teco in chinese. since im from the philippines. my documents were. birth certificate from me and my mom. marriage contract from them, nbi clearnce must be authenticated by foreign affairs then authenticated by teco. household registration, id card, passport from her.my medical certificate here in taiwan passport taiwan picture 2 pcs.payment fee: I don't remember at all. ill ask my mom about it. since we together applied to NIA personally.

Hi Chanephraim

Does your mom / parents have ID numbers?
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