Anyone under eighteen years of age must present a notarized statement from his or her parents granting permission to marry.
Foreigners must present their passport to the court.
Taiwan law requires that both parties be legally free to marry and the marriage be performed in an open ceremony before at least two witnesses over twenty years of age.
Most foreigners are married at a Taiwan district court.
Questions involving interpretations of specific foreign laws should be addressed to foreign attorneys or foreign government officials.
Marriage in Taiwan is a relatively simple process for foreigners and local nationals alike.
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