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The US (as well as many other countries that do not have diplomatic relations with the ROC) has an embassy in all but name in Taiwan. It's called the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT). It is staffed with US diplomatic personnel like other US embassies, handles the usual embassy and consulate business like issuing US passports and visas, the "director" is ...


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You can do it without applying for a new visa, but as you said, you would be relying on your 90 days visa exemption period. During that period you will officially be a tourist, which mean you won't be allowed to have a job. See this page for details: http://www.boca.gov.tw/ct.asp?xItem=1443&ctNode=779&mp=2 You just need to get out of Taiwan and get ...


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This may depend on multiple factors. Suggest you email the Taipei Representative Office in London, explain your situation and ask for guidance. Include all the details: what job, company, contract duration, salary, what visa/ARC you expect to have, where you are currently resident, how long you have been resident there, how long married, marriage registered ...


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According to uk.gov, you can get an international driving permit (IDP) from the post office, the RAC, or the AA. The RAC and the AA apparently process applications through the mail, and the AA at least has explicit instructions for those who want their permits sent to overseas addresses. However, to qualify for a British IDP, uk.gov notes that you must be ...


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Taiwan's citizenship won't be gone without formal renouncement. It's possible to lose Taiwan citizenship involuntary if the citizen acquires mainland China's(PRC) citizenship. Taiwan's current law does allow dual citizenship unless the citizen works for Taiwan's government. She can restore the status pretty easily as long as she has the appropriate ...


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