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As I understand when one wants to get working permit in Hong Kong he must already have job proposal, as well as...

  • Higher level educational background: a graduate degree and above would be preferable.
  • Relevant experience that is deemed to be in short supply in Hong Kong.
  • Reasonable salary level; a guide of US$40,000 per year is considered reasonable.
  • How beneficial the individual is to Hong Kong’s economy, trade and industry.
  • That a local or resident worker could not fill the position.
  • How the expatriate can benefit the local workforce (e.g. training).

However I know that there are quite a few contractors in HK, so how do they manage to do that, or do they have all been in HK for 7 years and have permanent residence?

How does one set himself up as contractor in Hong Kong?

closed as off-topic by Mark Mayo Jul 18 '17 at 3:37

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  • I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because frankly, entire books exist on the matter, and it'll eithe produce an ineffectual answer, or multiple partial answers, which is not the goal of Stackexchange. Please see the help center for more info. – Mark Mayo Jul 18 '17 at 3:37