The Hong Kong Visa Centre know their stuff, they are very reasonable and most importantly they care
Today I received my dependent visa in my hand. It was a very emotional moment. And I don’t know how I could have gotten it without the help of the Hong Kong Visa Centre.
Having lived in Hong Kong in the past on a dependent visa, I thought getting one this time over would be a slam dunk.
But turned out that it wasn’t. So I decided to seek professional help.
I emailed many visa service companies in Hong Kong. One of the firms flatly rejected my case saying that I don’t stand a chance. The other firm simply copied and pasted relevant content and their intent to make money rather than help me was very apparent. Another firm suggested that I at least have a million HK dollars, start a company, rent an office and employ people in order to strengthen my chances to get a visa. All of this was extremely depressing and dark.
I had almost given up hopes of returning to Hong Kong until I received reply from Stephen Barnes. His email was very personal, his fees were very reasonable and most importantly, he was willing to take the risk by offering me a Platinum package with a double money back guarantee if my visa wasn’t approved.
Once I hired them as my representatives, he and Alexandra were extremely fast and efficient, handling all the procedures on my behalf. I wasn’t required to travel even once or show up at the immigration. I didn’t have to send any hard copies of documents, everything was in soft copies. This helped to speed up the process. They were always accessible by email and even by Skype if I wanted (which I never needed to use!).
The Hong Kong Visa Centre know their stuff, they are very reasonable and most importantly they care, something that’s so hard to find these days. I strongly recommend them to anyone who is serious about relocating to Hong Kong.
Manu V, USA & Hong Kong