Joining Spouse ARC

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Joining Spouse ARC

Postby donald24 » 07 Jul 2001, 00:27

I have been working in Taipei with ARC for the past 3 years. I am getting married next year and would like to know the correct procedures for her to apply for a visa.

I tried the search function but couldn't find similar thread; but, if there's any, please advise.

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Joining Spouse ARC

Postby Hartzell » 13 Jul 2001, 13:05

Please indicate the nationality of the bride, the groom, and what type of visa, passport, I.D. documents each has.
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