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Are Short Term Teaching Programmes Delivered in Hong Kong by Non-resident Educators Subject to Normal Immigration Policy?

March 29th, 2013

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As a school we regularly invite specialist teachers (generally musicians or artists) to visit from overseas and provide workshops for both students and staff.  We pay these specialists a fee and provide accommodation and flights.  Generally the visit will last two weeks.  Is it necessary to obtain an employment visa for these people?  We have asked the Immigration Department but they will not provide a definitive answer.  Many thanks.

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