遷入設戶任戶長

02:01 Apr 7, 2018
Chinese to English translations [PRO]
Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs / household registration
Chinese term or phrase: 遷入設戶任戶長
I know "遷入" means moved-in, does "設戶" mean new registration?

Thank you so much!!!
Ningning
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5fyi
jyuan_us
4Move-in and set up a household registration as the head of the household
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Chia-ling Huang
4moved in,establish residency, as head of household
pkchan


  

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moved in,establish residency, as head of household


Explanation:
遷入=moved in
設戶=establish residency
任戶長=as head of household

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Move-in and set up a household registration as the head of the household


Explanation:
供您參考:

“move-in and set up a household registration as the head of the household”

https://www.ris.gov.tw/bilingual

https://sshr.gov.taipei/cp.aspx?n=3532C8CAAB220FE3&s=9CCC8B8...

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fyi


Explanation:
moved into the newly registered household as the household head

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