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If I Have Spent Less Than 180 Days in Hong Kong During the Last Three Years Will it Affect My Application for the Right of Abode?

November 29th, 2017

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What happens if you work for a Hong Kong company but are stationed the majority of your time outside of Hong Kong?

Less than 180 days in Hong Kong during the last three years – impact on PR eligibility?

QUESTION

I studied in Hong Kong for 4 years, and when I graduated, I got an offer from a Hong Kong company.

However, my assignment is in mainland China.

For the remaining 3 years, I stayed in mainland China most of time (which means my stay in Hong Kong is less than 180 days in the remaining 3 years).

Will it affect my application for Hong Kong PR?

Thanks for your help in advance!

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