My Daily Happenings

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Sep 2015

Applying for Right of Abode in Hong Kong After 7 Years – How to Complete the Confusing Sections on the ROP145 Application Form

Posted by / in Long Stay & PR, Musing / No responses

If you’re a long stay foreign national resident of Hong Kong and seeking to change your immigration status to permanent residency you will have to complete the ROP145 application form. There is a lot of confusion on pages 2 and 4 about which section to tick. This is how you do it: Page 2 ROP […]

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03

Sep 2015

Hong Kong Visa Geeza – My Story in 10 Parts – 2 – The Backpacking Years

Posted by / in Musing / 5 responses

In the connection economy, to show you are authentic, transparent and vulnerable you need everyone to know your story. So here’s mine (in ten parts!) continuing with … In Part 2, I talk about my formative years (17~25) when I lived and worked in Israel, Australia and Japan. My Story in 10 Parts Part 1 […]

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02

Sep 2015

4 Realistically Achievable Visas to Live, Work or Establish a Business in Hong Kong – Shenzhen Shuttle

Posted by / in Musing, Visitor Visas / No responses

On the 6th of August 2015, I was invited by the good guys at WYND to give a talk about the Hong Kong visas that are the most realistically achievable to live, work or establish a business in Hong Kong, all things considered. The Rest of the Series 1 – Introduction 2 – Policy 3 […]

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Sep 2015

4 Realistically Achievable Visas to Live, Work or Establish a Business in Hong Kong – Policy

Posted by / in Employment Visas, Family Visas, Investment Visas, Musing / No responses

On the 6th of August 2015, I was invited by the good guys at WYND to give a talk about the Hong Kong visas that are the most realistically achievable to live, work or establish a business in Hong Kong, all things considered. The Rest of the Series 1 – Introduction 2 – Policy 3 […]

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Aug 2015

4 Realistically Achievable Visas to Live, Work or Establish a Business in Hong Kong – Introduction

Posted by / in Employment Visas, Family Visas, Investment Visas, Musing / 2 responses

On the 6th of August 2015, I was invited by the good guys at WYND to give a talk about the Hong Kong visas that are the most realistically achievable to live, work or establish a business in Hong Kong, all things considered. The Rest of the Series 1 – Introduction 2 – Policy 3 […]

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30

Aug 2015

Hong Kong Visa Geeza – My Story in 10 Parts – 1 – Childhood & Flee-ing the Nest

Posted by / in Musing / 6 responses

In the connection economy, to show you are authentic, transparent and vulnerable you need everyone to know your story. So here’s mine (in ten parts!) beginning with … In Part 1, I talk about where I was born, my early life and the “delights” of living in Blackburn, Lancashire. My Story in 10 Parts Part […]

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07

Aug 2015

LIFTING THE LID: What Technology Do You Use At the Back End of the Hong Kong Visa Centre?

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In this occasional series of commentary, I provide a peek inside our professional practice and offer a glimpse of what it’s like to be part of the Hong Kong Visa Centre team. In this short piece, I discuss the technology we use to manage the work that results from our publishing activities at the Hong […]

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25

Jul 2015

ROADWORKS IN PROGRESS!

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Changes are afoot… You might have noticed strange things going on with our websites over the last few weeks. Last November,  we commenced a major technology upgrade right throughout our business and with it the design of our websites have been changing (including this one). The Hong Kong Visa Handbook is part way through a […]

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