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Residence Permit Can't Be Revoked Despite Protection Order or Divorce

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  • Last updated:2019-04-24
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According to Immigration Act, Article 31, if the alien’s reasons for residence disappear within the period of the residence, National Immigration Agency shall revoke the residence permit and cancel the alien’s Alien Resident Certificate. However, the alien shall be permitted to reside continually where an alien meets one of the following circumstances: 

1.  Is a spouse of a national with registered permanent residence in the Taiwan Area and is physically or mentally abused by his/her spouse. He/She is protected by the protection order issued by the court.

2. An alien acquires the guardianship of his/her own children with registered permanent residence in the Taiwan Area after his/her divorce.

3. Is suffered from family violence and divorced after the judgment of the court. The alien also has his/her own minor children with registered permanent residence in the Taiwan Area. subject to court divorce.
 

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