My siblings were already US/Taiwan/HK triple citizens the moment they were born. They naturally (and legally) acquired all three citizenships from our parents.
In my case, I was born in a different country from my siblings but I eventually obtained triple citizenship fully legally, and in accordance to the Chinese Nationality Law. There’s nothing to “don’t ask, don’t tell”.
This is optional. You could be a separate household at the same address with no relationship showing. If you’re using a friend’s address this is probably a better idea.
This is how my husband’s household registration is at his sister’s address
There’s a name for it in Chinese but I can’t remember it now
I could only find the English translation copy on my phone and it’s translated as ‘Independent living household’
nwohr and nwhr are more like non citizen national and citizen national of US. An overseas born taiwanese is a taiwanese nwohr by birth, but without an application for passport, they are not recognized.
not like a roc national born in taiwan ect who just need to registration for hhr, overseas born nwohr should apply for hhr and when you get a hhr you get a citizenship.
I think you’re over-complicating things. In Taiwan (and most countries) there is no distinction between the word “national” and “citizen” They are both 國民. In Taiwan, there are two types of 國民. One has HHR and the other one doesn’t, but they are both 國民.
(But I know in the UK you can be an overseas national without citizenship, if that’s what you’re talking about.)
Not really. The UK and the US both technically have legal distinctions between a national and a citizen, but nobody actually knows that unless they are immigration lawyers or they are from that obscure UK/US territory. If you ask any British or American or any other English-speaking Westerner what those two words mean, they’ll tell you they are the same thing.
Like HongKonger explained, the HHR is a record of a Citizen’s physical address. Once you’ve been entered into the HHRO’s database, you will receive the HHR Booklet (戶口名簿) which is a Certificate containing all your Personal Information. And yes! this booklet will have a unique identifying number called the “戶號”. A screenshot of my HHR is given below for your reference.
Tando as you said living in taiwan for a year is not needed so it means your nwohr passport can apply for hhr and the taiwan i.d.will handout immediately?
2)is this law also applicable if a brother or sister which have a taiwan i.d.will petition my mum to taiwan as nwohr passport holder so the 1 year living will not be required anymore also and can apply upon entry to taiwan an hhr and taiwan i.d.immediately?
3)is a medical check up still be required?