Taiwanese Citizenship and Renunciation

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Re: Taiwanese Citizenship and Renunciation

Postby jimipresley » 15 Mar 2012, 20:36

Among the options in a survey, the Research, Development and Evaluation Commission of the Executive Yuan's Division of International Affairs wrote:Current Status:
Foreigner with ROC nationality


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Re: Taiwanese Citizenship and Renunciation

Postby Charlie Jack » 15 Mar 2012, 20:39

Thanks, guys, but I didn't even notice it when I took the survey in 2009. I think it was Feiren who first mentioned it on the board: http://forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtopic.ph ... 3#p1071363
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Re: Taiwanese Citizenship and Renunciation

Postby Tempo Gain » 16 Mar 2012, 00:10

Forty pages and it seems a good time to wrap part 1 up. Part 2 here: viewtopic.php?p=1405603
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