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Immigration Department Service Schedule Basically Back To Normal (Not Borders Nor ID Cards)

April 30th, 2020

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The Immigration Department (ImmD) announced an update on service arrangements on April 30th, as follows:

Immigration Department Service Basically Back To Normal (Not Borders Not ID Cards)

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  • John

    4 Jul 2020 pm31 9:16pm
    01

    Hi Stephen,

    So does it mean that it’s possible for someone living abroad to get a work visa and cross the border to start working in HK? Or do work visas not qualify people as HK residents and thus don’t permit them to move in?

    • The Visa Geeza

      6 Jul 2020 pm31 1:26pm
      02

      Newly issued employment visas are treated as residence visas and so are eligible to enter HK subject to quarantine arrangements in the force at the time of approval to commence residency here under that visa.

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