Work Permits, Employment Qualifications, Employer Problems
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ironlady wrote:News flash: you have no rights in Taiwan. You are not a citizen. Get an APRC or marry someone and the situation gets a little better. But for a garden-variety unmarried foreigner with a degree and good intentions, you have no rights.
It's harsh, but completely accurate.
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