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 jobs for whatever reason and do allow descretion for people to look for, or re-assess thier situtaion. However I would avoid travel if you can, at least until you find a new sponsor or employer. Also bear in mind how much time you may have left on your current visa www.establishhongkong.com/hong_kong_immigration.php for more information on this and switching.
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