[quote=“Maoman”][quote=“hexuan”][quote=“Huang Guang Chen”]There was a case mentioned here sometime back of a Vietnamese (?) woman that had been married, had kids, but was somehow registered as the wife of the husband’s brother, a fisherman who’d later died. Her husband couldn’t renew her visa and so she was kicked out and the kids remained.
[[color=darkblue]Moderator’s note: This poster made a serious oversite by forgetting to mention that under normal circumstances this Vietnamese woman would be allowed to come into Taiwan on a tourist visa to visit her children here. Of course, under such an arrangement if she were found to be doing any sort of “work” in order to earn money to support the children, she would be in violation of the Employment Services Act, and subject to imprisonment.[/color] I hope this clears up any confusion that browsers of this thread may have had … ][/quote]
This post. forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtopi … 027#513027
This woman was imported by a married man in order to produce children for him. As the chap was married, he used another chap’s name to get her into Taiwan, but the other chap died so she had to leave. Which suited fine as she had served her purpose and she was of course deported by the Taiwanese government which cares deeply about human rights.
I don’t get the moderator’s point. Anyone can get a tourist visa. So it is an oversight not to state the obvious? Surely the point is the right to stay, not the availability or otherwise of tourist visas?[/quote]
I agree with Hex. How is that an oversight?
It should also be pointed out that this woman is free to send e-mails and photographs of herself to her children. Not to mention this is surely an oversight! :p[/quote]
And why does the mod need to edit HGC’s post by making additions? If the mod has an opinion, he can state it in his own post. It seems a bit arrogant to me for a mod to alter by addition or any other changes a post that has broken no rules. Use your own username to comment instead of this “moderator’s note” silliness.