QOTW: Do You Need to Have a Job in Hong Kong to Be Able to Sponsor a Dependant Visa for Your New Spouse?
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If you hold an employment visa and are between jobs what impact would this have on being able to sponsor a dependant visa for your spouse?
QUESTION OF THE WEEK
I am in between jobs (currently on an employment visa in HK) and plan to get married soon.
Can you tell me if being in between jobs is considered to be a negative point when I apply for my wife’s dependent visa for Hong Kong.
Can such cases be rejected by the Hong Kong Immigration Department?
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