I'm Mexican, umm... illegally in US
Apply for a Taiwan visa here in Texas
Belgian Pie wrote:How would you actually leave the US? Get on a plane, without being arrested?
Belgian Pie wrote:Explain following ...
How would you actually leave the US? Get on a plane, without being arrested?
BTW, how did you get married in the US if you don't have the papers?
Doraemonster wrote:If you're married, you can get the visa anywhere. Just be sure to have all the necessary paperwork (I think you need a police check from your country of citizenship). Your problem is not how to get the visa for Taiwan, but how to get out of the US.
tommy525 wrote:FAIK, they do NOT detain people leaving the USA who have overstayed their visa, like many countries. You just will have trouble getting another visa back in with a record of an overstay. But you can leave, unlike Taiwan.
He should find out how long Mexican citizens can visit. And especially if they can come in to Taiwan visa free. If so? Best way is to come in visa free and then apply for ARC based on marriage.
There will be plenty of paperwork to sort out but it can be done.
headhonchoII wrote:Make sure you have your marriage certs, go to the TECO offices and ask them what they need, Taiwan visa should not be a problem as long as you do not have s criminal record in Mexico.
bigduke6 wrote:Don't rely on the board for the correct answers as this is a grey area. The local TECO office will tell you exactly what you need to do with documents. Follow their instructions to the letter.
When i got my documents done in South Africa, the Cape Town office told me one thing, the Pretoria office another, the NIA told my wife another story, and the foreigner hotline here, something totally different. Even grey areas are grey areas here.
archylgp wrote:I was in Mexico a couple months ago (stayed in Torreon but did a lot of driving around the county side). The people I met were wonderful and the food goes without saying, but I don't blame you for not wanting to go back right now -- really dangerous. I sincerely hope the situation improves soon: I could easily see myself spending a couple years in Mexico.
The visa situation sounds tricky. The online background check may work, though it doesn't for US citizens (I had to get it through the FBI.). Perhaps you can get someone in Mexico to get it for you. (I sent all the documents to the FBI and had the result sent to my mother, who then sent it to me.)
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