Hong Kong Investment Visa Extension – I Have Only Been Granted an Initial Six Months Limit of Stay – Help!
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Hong Kong investment visa extension after being granted only an initial 6 month limit of stay?
Dear Visa Geeza,
I’d like to thank you for building such useful resources online.
I followed your advice when preparing my business investment visa.
My visa got approved and with a six month review condition.
I have already rented a part time office. I’m not sure about the hiring employee part.
In my business plan, I said I would hire one employee in the first year.
I feel it’s a rush to hire someone within six months.
However, you warned that immigration is more strict now at Hong Kong investment visa extension review.
Could you please give me some advice regarding hiring employees?
1. Do I have to hire an employee within the six months of business visa approval?
2. Does it have to be a full-time job? Will part-time job be ok?
3. Do I have to hire a Hong Kong permanent resident? Can I hire someone on dependent visa?
4. What if I could not find a person qualified for the job within six months? Can I explain to immigration that I’m trying and hope for a pass?
Thank you again for helping me.
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