I am planning to apply for taiwan passport and then citizenship this coming sept.
One of the requirements for my citizenship application is my mothers marriage history (advisory of marriage). Apparently my father who is a taiwanese (my petitioner) is listed there being married to my filipino mother in the philippines, but the marriage was never brought to taiwan.
Right now my father is already married to a taiwanese registered in his household. As for the philippines not having divorce, erasing my fathers name in my mothers marriage record is going to be a complicated and expensive process.
My question is can I still be able to apply even with my fathers name showing hes been married to my mom in the philippines? It is directly considered invalid here in taiwan since It was not registered in his household. Can it cause any problem with my fathers existing registered marriage in taiwan?