How Can a Defacto Spouse Gain Approval to Work Under a Hong Kong Prolonged Visitor Visa?
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So, what happens if a defacto partner ‘trailing spouse’ wants to take up employment in Hong Kong under a prolonged visitor visa? Is this possible?
Hi Visa Geeza,
I have been offered a job in Hong Kong and me and my de-facto partner are considering the move.
Whilst the company will sponsor me, my partner wants to work in Hong Kong and not sit idle.
Is there anyway through the prolonged visitor visa (PVV) that she can obtain a right to work?
Also, are the PVV’s a little hit and miss and no guarantees they will be granted as they are a “made up” visa to accommodate defacto partners?
Me and my girlfriend have lived together for 5 years.
Appreciate any views / comments you can give.
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