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Do I need to be locally based to get a job in Hong Kong?

I did this, though I was within the engineering field. It took me around 12 months to find a company that was willing to provide sponsorship. I found out that some commonwealth countries such as the ...
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Hong Kong ID card and Chinese Nationality

You having a Hong Kong Permanent Identity Card means that you are (or were) a Hong Kong permanent resident. Neither having this card nor being a Hong Kong permanent resident means that you are a ...
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How to legally stay in Hong Kong and keep working at my company while it has no office in HK?

Use an HR company to do the visa process in the stead of your employer. Your employer signs a contract with a local HR company, which recruits you and sponsors your visa. Your employer pays your ...
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Do I need to be locally based to get a job in Hong Kong?

For someone requiring visa sponsorship, what is the likelihood is of finding a role in a professional occupation in HK within 3 months? Three months is too short, I think; without an employer, it ...
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Hong Kong Visa: official translation of documents?

I just translated myself and that was enough. You might want to clarify with your HR or immigration representative who's handling your application. But from my knowledge and experience it was always ...
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How can I get a visa to teach in Singapore?

The answer to the question in the title ("How can I get a visa to teach in Singapore") is — as noted by @Traveller in Comments — by satisfying the eligibility criteria. The answer to the ...
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Hong Kong visa for Chinese passport holder living abroad?

Only residents with HKPR can sponsor resident visas for their parents. You might be able, as a non-PR, to help him get a visit visa, and help him extend it at HK ImmD, but that is not publicly ...
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Hong Kong visa for Chinese passport holder living abroad?

If he has permanent residency in Italy then he can apply for entry permits directly with the Hong Kong Immigration Department. An Exit-Entry permit is not required, as those are only issued to current ...
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Hong Kong Visa: official translation of documents?

According to the Immigration Department Guidebook for Professionals for Employment in Hong Kong (at the foot of page 13): Important Notice Where a document is not in Chinese or English, it ...
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