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5 – How to Apply for a Hong Kong Work Visa Without Paying for Professional Help – The 3 Applicant Scenarios

March 11th, 2015

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On November 28, 2014 I was invited by the good folks at General Assembly in Hong Kong to discuss the opportunities for their graduates to go about making an application for a Hong Kong work visa without paying for any professional help. In this segment I discuss the three typical ‘applicant scenarios’ which present themselves […]

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4 – How to Apply for a Hong Kong Work Visa Without Paying for Professional Help – Are You a Professional?

March 9th, 2015

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On November 28, 2014 I was invited by the good folks at General Assembly in Hong Kong to discuss the opportunities for their graduates to go about making an application for a Hong Kong work visa without paying for any professional help. In this section of the talk I discuss what the Hong Kong Immigration Department […]

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3 – How to Apply for a Hong Kong Work Visa Without Paying for Professional Help – The Test for Visa Approval

March 8th, 2015

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On November 28, 2014 I was invited by the good folks at General Assembly in Hong Kong to discuss the opportunities for their graduates to go about making an application for a Hong Kong work visa without paying for any professional help. In this section of the talk I discuss the Hong Kong work visa […]

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2015 Hong Kong Immigration Policy Update – Big Earners Do Well

March 3rd, 2015

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On February 10, 2015 I gave a talk at www.centreo.hk on my interpretation of the immigration policy changes announced by CY Leung earlier in January. In this segment I discuss the Enhancement Measures which see new advantages for those who earn more than HKD2 million p.a. More Stuff You May Find Useful or Interesting 2015 […]

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1 – How to Apply for a Hong Kong Work Visa Without Paying for Professional Help – Introduction

February 22nd, 2015

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On November 28, 2014 I was invited by the good folks at General Assembly in Hong Kong to discuss the opportunities for their graduates to go about making an application for a Hong Kong work visa without paying for any professional help. In this segment I set up the material that will follow on from […]

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Can You Keep Your Hong Kong Employment Visa if You Are Being Transferred to Live & Work in China?

February 20th, 2015

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

Can you live in China yet remain a HK resident with a valid Hong Kong employment visa? QUESTION We are a married couple with children and have lived in Hong Kong for 3.5 years.  We are moving to Shanghai soon (my husband’s employer is moving us).    We currently have a Hong Kong employment visa for […]

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QOTW: How Are Mainland Applicants for Visas Issued Under the Hong Kong General Employment Policy Treated Differently From Other Foreign Nationals?

February 17th, 2015

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Under the Hong Kong General Employment Policy, what’s the procedural difference if you are a Chinese citizen applying for a Hong Kong work visa (or any other type of visa for that matter) compared to the rules applying to non-Chinese foreign nationals? QUESTION  OF  THE  WEEK I am a Chinese citizen currently enrolled in a […]

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2015 Hong Kong Immigration Enhancement Measures Applicable to the Employment Visa and Visas Issued Under the Admission Scheme for Mainland Talents & Professionals

January 19th, 2015

Posted by / in Employment Visas, Musing, Special Programmes, Uncategorized, VG Front Page / 6 responses

In his recent Policy Address, the Chief Executive of the HKSAR, CY Leung announced the 2015 Hong Kong Immigration Enhancement Measures to the employment visa issued under the General Employment Policy with corresponding tweaks to the Admission Scheme for Mainland Talents & Professionals. This short Update offers commentary on these changes. More Stuff You May Find […]

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How to Apply For a Hong Kong Investment Visa Without Paying for Professional Help – 6 – Work Visa vs Investment Visa?

January 12th, 2015

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I have given this talk around town for the last couple of years now and so pleased to finally add it to our coverage of the Hong Kong investment visa, specifically discussing the distinction between an employment visa and an entrepreneur visa (Work Visa vs Investment Visa). The talk was graciously hosted at WYND Co-working Space, ran […]

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How to Apply For a Hong Kong Investment Visa Without Paying for Professional Help – 5 – Permitted Activity as a Visitor

January 9th, 2015

Posted by / in Investment Visas, Musing, Visitor Visas / No responses

I have given this talk around town for the last couple of years now and so pleased to finally add it to our coverage of the Hong Kong investment visa, specifically discussing here what is and is not permitted activity in Hong Kong as a visitor visa holder. The talk was graciously hosted at WYND Co-working Space, […]

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