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How Are Dependant Family Members Considered in An Application for the Right of Abode in Hong Kong?

August 8th, 2017

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Are family members who are accompanying a main applicant for the right of abode in Hong Kong treated in any particular way by the Hong Kong Immigration Department?

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QUESTION

Hi

When applying for the right of abode in Hong Kong for the whole family .. if I put in 9 years worth of my husband’s tax forms and 9 years’ worth of rental contracts for our flat do I need to any any proof for myself and children (18, 16  &  13) .. all 3 of whom are now at boarding school in the UK. 

Does it matter that they have studied away as they are still resident here? 

We all have dependant visas.

Thanks!

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