To get an ARC under my English wife - How?

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To get an ARC under my English wife - How?

Postby Ecosse » 19 Jun 2012, 10:26


I just got married to my English wife who works in Taiwan and has a work permit and an ARC here (I'm Swedish), we've been here for almost half a year and will stay for at least 12 months more.

I know I can get an ARC under my wife but i just don't know how.. I rather not fly to HK every three months as my wallet suffers greatly from that plus it's a hassle. Can anyone help me who has been through this please?

Thankful for any help.
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