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Can I Sponsor Myself for Freelance Work ‘On-the-Side’ Whilst Working For My Current Hong Kong Employment Visa Sponsor?

October 21st, 2014

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This is joining in a side business albeit in another name…

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-NZ Passport holder

-Working in Hong Kong for three years with an employer.

Hello

I would like to know how I would go about starting a business in Hong Kong. I would like to start a freelance business. I am worried about my visa with this if I sponsor myself.

Should I create my business now, and apply while I am with my current job to be safe?

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