You mean if you were registered for employment insurance (jiubao) despite being an unmarried foreigner? I reckon they would just call it an error and refund the premiums (unless x years had gone by), but maybe there’s a rule about keeping people in the system.
Also, apparently you’re not allowed to have jiubao if you’re considered a civil servant (Employment Insurance Act Art. 5).
An employed worker over 15 and under 65 years of age and with one of the following statuses is required to join this employment insurance program as an insured person through his employer or the organization to which he or she belongs.
- An ROC national.
- A foreign national, Mainland Chinese citizen, Hong Kong citizen or Macao citizen married to an ROC citizen and having acquired legal residency in ROC.
An employed worker as described in the preceding paragraph with one of the following statuses shall be ineligible for this insurance program:
- A person who is required by law to join the civil servant and teacher insurance program or military personnel insurance.
- A person who is already covered by labor insurance benefits for the elderly or old-age pensions for civil servants and teachers.
- A person employed by an employer or organization legally exempt from business registration and business tax or legally exempt from business registration and not required to provide uniform invoices as proof of purchase.
People with two or more employers shall join this insurance program through one of the employers.