In today’s Taipei Times there is an article about Nigerians who have wives and children in Taiwan but are refused re-entry into the country because they overstayed their visas.
At the bottom of the article there is a paragraph which reads:
“People who overstay their visas are barred from re-entry for set periods of time – unless they have bee married to a Taiwanese for one year or their Taiwanese wives are more than five months pregnant.” (typo’s not mine)
Does this mean that if you get deported for say five years, and you get married right when you leave Taiwan, you just have to wait one year to come back instead of the five?
Also, how did they overstay their visas if they were already married with children in Taiwan in the first place?