Category Archives: Hong Kong Immigration
The Government has announced that as of the 14th October 2010 the threshold for investment under CIES has been raised to $10 million Hong Kong dollars. Furthermore, real estate is temporarily been suspended as a permissible asset under the scheme. … Continue reading
There seems to be a popular misconseption out there. Do not assume that because you have enough points Hong Kong immigration is going to give you the visa. Having enough points is just the beginning of the process. It’s quota … Continue reading
Situations arise when an overseas company has been awarded a contract by a Hong Kong organisation, but the overseas company has no HK office or affiliated partner. Without exception all potential visa holders that are considered resident need a sponsor. The … Continue reading
We’re getting quite a lot of people asking how to apply for a Hong Kong visit or business visa from China. Firstly you need a Hong Kong resident to act as your sponsor, complete the two application forms ID1003A & … Continue reading
There seems to be some confusion out there over this. You’re right about HK being part of China, but it’s an SAR like Macau, a Special Administrative Region. There are no Hong Kong L, F, and Z visas; these are … Continue reading
It’s natural to assume that because you have a business idea and some money to invest immigration will give you what you want. Not the case, what you also have to consider is what’s in it for Hong Kong. Broadly … Continue reading
Looking for either a Consulate or Embassy abroad, the link is specifically for Hong Konk / China. http://www.embassiesabroad.com/embassies-of/China#22543
Can my company sponsor me for investment visa in Hong Kong?
In GENERAL terms across the various immigration schemes citizens from Afghanistan, Albania, Cambodia, Cuba, Laos, North Korea (Democratic People’s Republic) Nepal and Vietnam are not eligible to apply.
It’s up to your sponsor to inform immigration of any changes in your circumstances. Some large companies do, a lot don’t. The same goes for for SME’s, they generally don’t know or simply don’t care. Immigration do understand people change … Continue reading