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Beneficiary's Name and Address in His Native Alphabet

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Hi all! My fiance has been studying in the Philippines (his current physical address) for almost 7 years now. He is a citizen of Taiwan (and NZ), but his family lives in Taiwan. 

For the part that says "Beneficiary's Name and Address in His Native Alphabet", we are confused as to what to put because:

a) his Philippine address doesn't have a direct translation in Mandarin

b) he doesn't currently live in Taiwan (he won't be moving back until the end of July)

 

Should we just put N/A since it doesn't have a direct translation OR put his Taiwan address in Mandarin? 

 

Thank you!

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22 minutes ago, Charmeena said:

Hi all! My fiance has been studying in the Philippines (his current physical address) for almost 7 years now. He is a citizen of Taiwan (and NZ), but his family lives in Taiwan. 

For the part that says "Beneficiary's Name and Address in His Native Alphabet", we are confused as to what to put because:

a) his Philippine address doesn't have a direct translation in Mandarin

b) he doesn't currently live in Taiwan (he won't be moving back until the end of July)

 

Should we just put N/A since it doesn't have a direct translation OR put his Taiwan address in Mandarin? 

 

Thank you!

If he's moving back to Taiwan end of July the interview will go through the Taiwan embassy (or whatever embassy they use) so yeah, you should put in his Taiwan address. If it's in Mandarin then you should put the Mandarin translation on there. 

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On 2/21/2019 at 11:58 AM, Charmeena said:

Hi all! My fiance has been studying in the Philippines (his current physical address) for almost 7 years now. He is a citizen of Taiwan (and NZ), but his family lives in Taiwan. 

For the part that says "Beneficiary's Name and Address in His Native Alphabet", we are confused as to what to put because:

a) his Philippine address doesn't have a direct translation in Mandarin

b) he doesn't currently live in Taiwan (he won't be moving back until the end of July)

 

Should we just put N/A since it doesn't have a direct translation OR put his Taiwan address in Mandarin? 

 

Thank you!

What i did for the address part was tell my fiancé I need you to send me this part of the address and we communicated on WhatsApp and he messaged on Facebook for each part of it and copied and pasted each line then made him double check it to make sure it’s correct. My fiancé’s native language is Arabic and I’m still learning so that was easier for me. I hope this makes sense sorry if it doesn’t and I don’t mind going into details if you need me to

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