Hi all. I’m hoping someone here will be knowledgeable enough to help me out here. I am wondering if I can be constituted as a Taiwanese citizen in order to circumvent the Work Permit issues. My grandparents, as well as my parents, were Taiwanese citizens, and I do have blood relatives in Taiwan. However, I was born and raised in the US.
The sole purpose of this post is that I will be graduating from UCLA in June and will be in Taiwan at the end of July. I have been looking for employment, which has been discouraging because of the economy there and the immigrations laws.
When I move to Taiwan, I want to begin a CAREER, which excludes teaching English IF possible. And if possible, beginning a career entails committing to a professional position which compensates on par with American companies, with a work experience that is transferrable to American companies in the likely event that I return to the US.
Any insight or help would be greatly appreciated! Please email me at email@example.com if anyone has any leads on the job market, or if you want a copy of my resume for that purpose.