Hong Kong Visa For Work
Hong Kong is an excellent destination if you wish to live and work in another country. If you possess the right combination of qualifications and professional experience, you may be eligible for a work visa. If you wish to have one of our professional advisers determine your eligibility, please fill out a free online assessment.
Unlike the some countries such as the UK, Hong Kong has no quota on the number of people who can live and work in Hong Kong as a skilled migrant.
- If you were educated in Hong Kong as a full-time student and have since graduated, you may be eligible to extend your stay or return to Hong Kong under the Immigration Arrangements for Non-local Graduates (IANG).
- If you obtained your degree or higher qualification outside of Hong Kong, you may be eligible to immigrate to Hong Kong under the General Employment Policy (GEP). The GEP does not apply to residents of Mainland China.
- Chinese residents of the Mainland who have not been educated in Hong Kong and possess desirable knowledge, skills and/or experience may come to Hong Kong under the Admission Scheme for Mainland Talents and Professionals (ASMTP).
Hot Occupation List
- Architect, Engineer Construction
- Art & Culture
- Business Support + HR
- Catering Tourism
- Finance + Accounts
- Health + Veterinary Senses
- IT & Telecommunications
- Manufacturing Industry
- Must be a valid passport holder
- Should be 18 years above
- Minimum Diploma/Graduate (Reputed Collage University)
- Minimum 2 Year Exp
Minimum Salary Wage
- 40 HK / Hr
- Per week hrs of work - You work for 40 hrs/week
- Experience Letter
- Education Certificate
- Rest all your documentation manager shall guide you.
The immigration routes listed above do not apply to citizens of Afghanistan, Albania, Cambodia, Cuba, Laos, Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea), Nepal and Vietnam.
The most common way a Western executive will work in Hong Kong is through an internal company transfer. Arranging a Hong Kong work visa not a formality. The Hong Kong Immigration Department will still want to know why an expat is being granted a Hong Kong visa in at the expense of offering a local resident employment. Whether you are being transferred to Hong Kong or are an overseas hire, the employer will have to submit a Hong Kong work visa application and supporting documents, including the CV of the person being transferred. They may also need to show a copy of the local job advertisement and the CVs of the local candidates who were rejected for the advertised position.