Taiwan Alliance to Promote Civil Partnership Rights
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- Same-Sex Marriage
- Ministry of the Interior
- Mainland Affairs Council
- Su Tseng-chang
- transnational same-sex marriage Taiwan
- Fan Yun
- Miao Po-ya
The move came after the Cabinet recognized transnational same-sex couples in which one of the partners is from a country which doesn’t allow same-sex marriage.
Beginning in 2024, most Taiwanese and foreign national partners will be able to marry in Taiwan, regardless of the legal status of same-sex marriage in the foreign national’s home country.
The couple is one of the many that a local civil rights organization has recruited to test the limits of Taiwan’s same-sex marriage bill.
A high court in Taipei ruled today a Taiwanese and Macau citizen should be allowed to get married. They will be the first same-sex couple of a Taiwanese and Macau citizen to have their marriage recognized in Taiwan.