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Your guide to moving to Hong Kong
Why live in Hong Kong?
Youth Mobility Visa
If you are an Australian or UK citizen between the ages of 18-30, you may be eligible under the Working Holiday Maker programme.
To find out if you need a tourist visa to visit Hong Kong, please use the VisaHQ tool below.
If your spouse is a citizen or permanent resident of Hong Kong, you are probably eligible for residency. Please note that your status of spouse needs to be legally recognised in this country.
If your child is a citizen or permanent resident of Hong Kong, they can sponsor you to live in Hong Kong
Citizenship through your family
If one or both of your parents were Chinese nationals (including Hong Kong) when you were born, you may be a citizen of China. It should be noted that you cannot apply for citizenship if either of your parents have settled overseas. Dual nationality is also not allowed.
Hong Kong Residency by Investment
Visas are available for those wishing to start a business in Hong Kong. This is called an Investment as an Entrepreneur visa. You need to prepare a business plan showing amongst other things, how you will invest in the economy and create local jobs.
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