Can you forward and/or spell out the fundamental requirements for attaining permanent residency based on a non-marriage situation? You could also forward an appropriate link?
I read the following article:
I was under the impression all this time that the requirement was 270 days present in Taiwan total in a year for seven consecutive years. However, accoring to this article it is 270 consecutive days in seven consecutive years.
If this is the case, it pretty much disqualifies anyone that made more than one trip outside the country a year. In fact, it could mean that even one trip per year could disqualify someone. Even with the relaxing to 183 days could disqualify someone who had been in the country for, say, 363 days a year.
Is this article correct?
Thanks for your help.