How Can I Prove ‘7 Years Residency’ for My Hong Kong Right of Abode Application if I Do Not Have Any Old Tenancy Agreement Copies?
Posted by The Visa Geeza / in Long Stay & PR, Your Question Answered / 3 responses
How to skin the cat of the ‘missing tenancy agreement’ is an oft-faced challenge in the game of the Hong Kong Right of Abode Application after 7 years continuous ordinary residence by a foreign national intending permanent resident.
What happens if I am unable to provide copies of my tenancy agreements in support of my Hong Kong permanent residency application?
I never thought I would still be here for 7 years so I every 2 years I get rid of old documents ie, bank statements, tenancy agreements, utilities etc.
Also for years 3-7 I was living with my ex partner so the tenancy agreement was in her name or her employer’s name.
What can I do? Will utility bills be enough?
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Hi, I am staying in hk with dependent visa and my husband got pr earlier after 7 year staying. I am about to apply for PR as well, but I am having a difficult time to find how to prove my 7year continuous residence in HK, since I wasn’t employed I don’t have any proof by tax, and all important contracts are under my husband’s name. I have used same bank account under my name for the last 7 years. then should I ask a bank to send the bills for entire 7years? Can you please explain how to prove my 7year ordinary residence in HK? thanks a lot in advance
The Visa Geeza
Just complete the forms, file your application and see what ImmD come back with in terms of questions or approval.