There was a newer one in the middle and I think there was a new thread on the requisites. Last time I was at the Household registry to get one, I realized it is even easier than the APRC because there is no tax paperwork required, for instance. Maybe you should stop by your local one too and get the forms, too.
You were trying to get the APRC, right? So you must have time requirements OK. The married folk with recent JFVC have been waived from presenting the police record, BTW.
From memory, for instance, my list differs from the one on page 118 in this thread like this:
- An entry/exit document.
2[strike]. A document from your employer(s) (Tzai Tze Tzen Ming).[/strike]
- Proof of residence (Ju Liu Tzen Ming).
- Local police report with "no convictions". (Jin Tsa Ju Tzeng Ming).
[strike]5. A copy of your most recent tax report, if you are a legal worker.[/strike]
- Copies of your current ARC and passport.
- A copy of your police report from your original country. *
The proof of residence and exit/entry records (which I gotta check but think were also scrapped) you must get at NIA. For me it means a trek in New Taipei City but remember if you must wait, they can also sell you a self addressed envelope and send you the stuff later.
Local police is in Banquiao, 10 minutes tops.
Police report, as said, should be avoidable. If not, and you are from US, I am sorry, it is quite a hassle. Takes time. But it could be worse and it is not Mission Impossible -like us folk from not so developed nations.
No mention of medical as far as the eye can see.