Can I Remain in Hong Kong as a Dependant Visa Holder if My Spouse Has Died?
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What can you do about your dependant visa status in Hong Kong if you have sadly lost your much loved spouse-as-sponsor?
I came to Hong Kong on a dependent visa (my wife, a PR, sponsoring me).
I have already completed 3.5 years and my visa is about due for extension.
The dilemma I face is that I lost my wife who died last year and now I am left with no sponsor in Hong Kong.
Will I be repatriated back to my origin of country or do have any chance to remain in Hong Kong?
My earnings here presently average HKD 345,000 per year.
Can I remain in Hong Kong as a dependant visa holder if my spouse has died?
Please advise. Thank you.
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