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  • ReplyKevin,   Philippines
    2010/6/25 9:42:00

    I'm a native born chinese citizen holding a Taiwan passport. We're planning to go to Hong Kong this October. Do I need to apply for travel permit and visa?

    • Brenda :2010/6/26 19:53:00

      hi Kevin,
      you need to apply for a HK travel permit.

  • ReplyJhen,   Philippines
    2010/6/20 22:37:00

    I am a Filipino and I am currently working here in China. I have a residence permit for foreigners valid for 1 year. If I want to go to Hong Kong for a day by sea (to check on our shipment), do I still need a visa? If yes, what do I need to do? Thanks!

    • anna :2010/6/21 4:43:00

      hi, i think you d'not need a HK visa for Filipine passport holders can stay in HK without a visa for 14 days.

  • Replysheehama david,   Hong Kong, China
    2010/6/19 4:03:00

    i frm namibia enter hongkong by visa free but i wont to change to the hongkong residence permit how should i obtain it then whom i should consult for the processing

    • Lily :2010/6/20 19:57:00

      hi, you need to consult the Immigration Department of HK, here is the official website

  • Replyarjun,   Nepal
    2010/6/18 7:24:00

    shoree i just to ask nepali passport holder
    can apply hong kong working visa

    • Arthur :2010/6/18 19:42:00

      I think anybody can apply for Hk work visa, no matter which country you are from.

  • ReplyJoevan Magbanua,   Philippines
    2010/6/17 23:05:00

    hi, i am from the Philippines and I entered HongKong last June 14,2010,when is the maximum date should I exit HK?is the 14-day period reckoned from 14th or 15th?thanks for your help.

    • anna :2010/6/18 5:07:00

      hi, i think it should be reckoned for the day you entered HK, that is the 14th, so the maximum date should be 27th.

  • Replytk,   Philippines
    2010/6/13 17:47:00

    hi, i live herein philippines.. i am planning to visit hong kong for 14 days, i know i don't need visa... but is there any chance of me being denied entry because i'm a filipino? i have bank statement to prove i have money, and have paper word to prove i have a job in philipines.. is that enough to prove that i won't try to stay in hong illegally and seek employment? would they question me and won't let me in? please help me....

    • Brenda :2010/6/16 20:39:00

      hi tk,
      don't worry about it. if you've got all the required documents, there will no difficulties for you to come to Hong Kong. have a nice trip!

  • Replyh d d amila udayanga perera,   Sri Lanka
    2010/6/11 7:30:00

    im sri lanka i want visit hongkong next julybut i want get visa bec i need someembassy requirements thank you

    • anna :2010/6/11 19:52:00

      hi, these are the requirements for a HK visit/business visa:
      Visit /Business Visa

      1. Copy of the passport face page and the previous HK visa
      (you need to make sure Make sure that your passport has at least 6 month validity and at least 2 blank pages; you need to complete visa application form with one recent passport-size color photograph. )

      2. Sponsor letter from Hong Kong

      3. Local company covering letter (The company address, contact number and the detailed visiting purpose should be correctly and clearly stated.)

      4. Company bank statement (latest month)

      5. Travel itinerary

      6. Copy of BRC (Business Registration Certificate)

      7. Company pay sheet (last 3 month)

      8. Documents mentioned in Part I

      9. Other supporting documents requested by visa officer
      For more detialed information, you may refer to the following website http://www.immd.gov.hk/ehtml/hkvisas_4.htm

  • ReplyMyra lupiba,   Philippines
    2010/6/8 12:45:00

    I will be travelling w/ my sister and our kids.From the Philippines , we will use macau as our entry point and Hk as our exit point. Are we required to stay in macau for a day or 2 before going to HK? or is it ok to land in macau and stay for anjight then proceed to HK immediately?

    • anna :2010/6/8 21:10:00

      Filipine passport holders can stay in HK without a visa for 14 days and in Macau without a visa for 30 days. so i think it's ok for you to stay in Macau for a night then proceed to HK.

  • Replyjeccey,   Ireland
    2010/6/8 18:35:00

    hallo there,i hold a kenyan passport but am a resident(not citizen) in ireland and living there,i would like to visit hong kong for business,a week or so,i can't seem to get any visa information,how do i go about it?please help.thanks

    • anna :2010/6/8 20:36:00

      you may go to the Kenyan Embassy in Ireland. by the way, you are free of visa in HK for 90 days.

  • Replyvan,   Viet Nam
    2010/6/8 8:15:00

    Hi, i'm holding a vietnamese passport and i want to travel to hk for 7 days, do i need a visa for it? Many thanks-

    • Brenda :2010/6/8 20:32:00

      yes van, you need to apply a HK visa.

  • ReplyRana Aamir fareed,   China
    2010/6/1 6:32:00

    hy.i am from pakistan and now student in china ,and i want to visit Hong kong for few days so please can u tell me that how i can apply for vissa of hong kong.

    • Bella :2010/6/1 21:09:00

      you can apply it in the HKSAR Immigration Department, http://www.immd.gov.hk. you can download the application form from the website. there are also information about visa application, hope it will help you.

  • Replymark Junior,   Nigeria
    2010/5/29 10:13:00

    i am in Nigeria i want to know how i can have a student Visa to school in canada

    • Bella :2010/5/31 21:01:00

      i think you need to enroll in a Canadian school first. you can consult the Canadian Embassy in Nigeria.

  • Replynaresh,   Nepal
    2010/5/27 21:45:00

    i am from nepal but at the present moment i am studying china.i have passport of nepal and have resident permmit in china for two years.i want to go to hongkong to visit my cousin brother who is permanent resident of hongkong.so should i need visa ro not?if i need visa then to whom i should consult for the visa processing?what is the total amount of money that is required during visa processing?

    • Lily :2010/5/28 5:06:00

      hi naresh,
      you need to apply a Hong Kong visa before you go. you can consult the Immigration Department of Hong Kong, here is the official website http://www.immd.gov.hk/. it will cost 3600 Nepalese rupees.

  • ReplyMahbub Alam Siddique,   Bangladesh
    2010/5/27 1:54:00

    Dear Sir / Madam,

    I Mr. Mahbub Alam Siddique from Bangladesh. I want tour in Hong Kong. How possible get Hong kong tourist visa. Please inform me.

    Best regards,


    • Bella :2010/5/27 20:35:00

      you may go to the Chinese Embassy in Bangladesh. here is the official web, hope it will help you.

  • ReplyBernice Osei Bonsu,   Ghana
    2010/5/27 9:17:00


    • anna :2010/5/27 20:26:00

      i've heard you can stay there visa-free from no more than 1 month. but i advice you consult the embassy first.

  • Replyjason,   Singapore
    2010/5/27 11:06:00

    i am a singaporean and my friend is from china ,now working in singapore holding a s pass work permit.she want to join me in my 7day hong kong trip.
    Does she need to apply any visa or special permit?
    After the trip she will be going back to singapore to work.
    thank you.

    • jojo :2010/5/27 20:18:00

      hi Jason,
      your friend can stay in Hong Kong for no more than 7 days without a visa or a permit, so if she doesnot want apply them, you need to make your trip within 7 days, or she need to apply an entry permit.

  • Replylaila,   Philippines
    2010/5/27 14:58:00

    hi. i am presently working as a live-in caregiger here in canada and my employer wants to visit hongkong this end og june and they want me to be with them. my question is, do i need to aplly for a visa to enter hongkong and where can i apply? they plan to stay there for 2 weeks. thanks!

    • jojo :2010/5/27 20:11:00

      since you are from Philippines, you can stay in Hong Kong for 14 days without a visa, if your employer want to stay there for more than 14 days, you need to apply a visa in the Chinese Embassy in Canada.

  • ReplyIvy Tran,   Singapore
    2010/5/23 9:09:00

    Hi,I'm Vietnamese, holding a student pass in singapore.I would like to visit Hongkong for 3 or 4 days with my Singaporean friends in July.Do i need to apply a visa? And where can i get it? And if during the tour i want to go Benjing is it possible? How long do i have to prepare to get the visa before i'm going?

    • Bella :2010/5/24 21:52:00

      since you are a Vietnamese, you need to apply a vise no metter to Hong Kong or to Mainland China. you can apply a visa in Chinese Embassy in Singapore, here is the official website. you need to prepare it one month in advance. http://www.chinaembassy.org.sg/eng/

  • ReplyChris,   Singapore
    2010/5/23 20:32:00

    Hi, I am a Singaporean going to Guangzhou to settle some personal issues. I read that Singaporeans can enter China visa-free for 14 days. In case I need to stay in China for more than 14 days, can I take a train to Hong Kong and re-enter Guangzhou the next day and be given another 14 days of visa-free stay? Thank you.

    • Bella :2010/5/24 21:41:00

      you can stay in China visa-free for 15 days, for the further information, i think you need to consult the Chinese Embassy in Singapor, here is the official website:

  • Replymusa,   Benin
    2010/5/15 7:59:00

    i am from benin and i want to go to hong kong for only 5 days but my friend old me that they denied him entry from china last month

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