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Does anyone have a Taipei contact for this rite of passage into permanent residency? A friend to shy to post on here would greatly appreciate any leads.
It would be perchance expedient to mention the country from which the clearance is required.
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Translation and notarisation must be done in country of origin, document must also be stamped by the Taiwan Representative Office in country of origin, it's therefore advisable to do a one-stop shop approach and get it all done at TECO.
There are more details available in the Legal Matters section of the forum....
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Is there a place on this website that has info about permanent residency and procedures? If someone could link to that page that would be great. And, should notarization be done at the local embassy or done at the country of origin? Also, I am a bad troll. Terrible, shameful. And incompetent to boot!
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Probably here in the Legal Forum. I moved the entire thread here also, for improved searching and I think more help will be found in the legal section on these matters.
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Just to clarify, because I'm about to do this too, that in order to get my APRC I'll have to make a trip back to the USA (I'm American) to get the translation and notarization done?
It says in the Compendium thread that an intermediary can do this - do they need to go in person or just to mail stuff for me? It's also not clear if it has to be notarized in the USA or Taiwan (will go back and read again, I probably just read it too quickly).
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