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Iranian National Studying in China – Does He Need a Visa to Visit Hong Kong?

September 18th, 2018

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There is quite often confusion surrounding the interplay between China and Hong Kong immigration laws and processes so this question from an Iranian national studying in Beijing, provides an opportunity to address this issue here on the Visa Geeza blog. QUESTION “Hi, this is Danush from Iran. I’m studying in Beijing and I plan go […]

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Can I Do Business in Hong Kong Yet Live in Shenzhen to Save Costs & Commute Across the Boundary Each Day to Do My Business?

April 5th, 2018

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Living in Hong Kong ain’t cheap, that’s for sure… QUESTION I’m an Australian and British citizen currently living in Australia and I want to found a technology Startup company in Hong Kong because the government incentives seem very attractive to do so. The downside is that housing is ultra-expensive in Hong Kong and paying this […]

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Can I Work in Shenzhen on My Hong Kong Employment Visa?

June 1st, 2017

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Can I work in Shenzhen on my Hong Kong employment visa? So, just what is the deal with being employed ex Hong Kong but actually working in China? QUESTION I just graduated with a Master’s degree from a Hong Kong university. I am still a Hong Kong resident with student status. My university allows me […]

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The Visa Geeza on RTHK Radio Three – May 2014

May 15th, 2014

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Quick visit to see uncle Phil at RTHK Radio 3 yesterday before I head off to Israel on the InvestHK Roadshow today… Quick pit stop with Phil yesterday morning and covered quite a bit of ground on ordinary residence, dependant visas and living in China yet working in Hong Kong. You can listen to our […]

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Foreign National Entrepreneurs Starting Up in Hong Kong or China – Where is Better for Visas?

October 2nd, 2013

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   Image Courtesy of China Daily Mail Paul Bischoff recently laid bare the visa and immigration problems which entrepreneurs (and intending foreign national residents generally for that matter) face when seeking to set up in China in this provocative piece in TechinAsia.com (read the comments especially). China has always been a hard place to meet any level of […]

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The Visa Geeza on RTHK Radio Three – June 2013

June 18th, 2013

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When I appeared on Morning Brew over at RTHK Radio 3 yesterday, Phil kicked us off with a listener question about the interplay between Hong Kong and Chinese immigration. He then proceeded to unleash a barrage of different topics on me – from the kind of documentation needed to process a dependent visa, through to […]

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Iranian National Studying in China – Does He Need A Visa to Visit Hong Kong?

July 15th, 2012

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There is quite often confusion surrounding the interplay between China and Hong Kong immigration laws and processes so this question from an Iranian national studying in Beijing, provides an opportunity to address this issue here on the Visa Geeza blog. QUESTION “Hi, this is Danush from Iran. I’m studying in Beijing and I plan go […]

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