I am brainstorming on what jobs I may be qualified for since I only speak basic Mandarin and don’t read and write. I was born in Taipei and grew up in the states so I have no staying limits since I am a dual citizen. Perhaps I can get so pointers in this thread?
Do you have a degree ?
Or skills? Degree doesn’t = job opportunity, Ive been getting by fine without one for 3 years.
Yes I have a Bachelor’s and work as a Architectural design draftsman in the U.S. I applied for a few interior design and architecture companies in Taipei but all requires Chinese fluency in reading and writing.
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I was born in Taipei and grew up in the states so I have no staying limits since I am a dual citizen.[/quote]
Do you still have household registration in Taiwan?
What does household registration do?
In that case, you should have no need for a work permit, so this isn’t really a legal question. I’ll transfer this thread to “Working in Taiwan”.
(An ROC national without household registration is in a different category.)
It’s basically citizenship of the Taiwan area.