What Chance of Approval for a 3-6 Month Intern Visa for Hong Kong & What Documents Are Needed?
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Intern visa for Hong Kong? Internships for foreign national students seeking experience in Hong Kong are getting ever more popular…
Our company is trying to hire an intern on a short 3-6 months internship.
He holds a British passport.
If he meets all the criteria on the Hong Kong Immigration Website, will there be any chance he will still be rejected for the visa?
On top of it, the government requires the sponsoring company to be a well-established company, capable of providing the proposed training, how can we prove that when we apply for him?
Do you have any tips on helping an intern apply for a training visa successfully?
Documents Referenced in the PodCast Answer & Needed for an Intern (Training) Visa Application
Application form ID992A
Copy of applicant passport bio details pages
Passport size photograph
Personal bank statement
School Transcript of Academic records
Supporting letter issued by the school printed on school letterhead
The Engaging Sponsor
Sponsorship Application form ID992B
Signed Internship Agreement
Copy of Business Registration Certificate
Certificate of Incorporation
Latest Audited Financial Statement
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