Short-term and long-term visas, application requirements, waiting times, advantages and disadvantages of stay vs. resident visas, who needs an ARC, and why do people opt for permanent residency
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I accepted a job in Tainan to teach English and the application process was going smoothly until finally the agency I was going through informed me that they couldn't take me on because taking care of my daughter's visa would be too complicated. While I completely understand the agency's decision to not hire parents I know there has to be a way around this, right? Any sage advice on this out there?
What schools will help you get visas for your children?
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