The Case Management Engine of the Hong Kong Visa Centre – July 2013
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It’s a quiet Saturday on a long weekend so I thought I’d post a picture of the ‘super team’ who are responsible for the back office admin of our ever-increasing professional case load here at the Hong Kong Visa Centre.
Having previously paid over up to 1/3rd of all revenues to Hong Kong landlords in my previous immigration practices, when my business partner Martyn and I designed our internet-focused service model, we deliberately eschewed opening our own offices entirely.
We feel it is much better to forego this crazy expense and pass the savings on to clients in the form of the 100% free advice available via this blog, the Hong Kong Visa Handbook and the D-I-Y Visa Kit & D-I-Y Visa Extension Service.
Instead we partnered with Josephine Lau (next to me in the photo) and her team at centre O who, overseen by my right hand woman of 16 years Ruby Castro (inset), so ably manage the documentation shuffling and submissions down at Immigration Tower.
Martyn, Alexandra, Amy, Aaron (European Passport) and Chirag (the other guys that count in our team) are widely dispersed and I don’t think we’ve ever all been together in a single place since we opened our doors for business in 2011.
Ain’t the internet great!
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