What Happens to My Potential For the Right of Abode in Hong Kong if I Leave My Job a Few Months Before My 7 Year Anniversary?
January 23rd, 2020
Posted in Long Stay & PR, The Hong Kong Visa Geeza, Your Question Answered /
First Published February 2, 2015
So, if you plan to leave your job a few weeks before your 7 year anniversary how will this impact on your application for the right of abode in Hong Kong?
I‘m Australian, and have an employment visa in Hong Kong currently, but I wish to resign from my present job.
Having said that, I might not be able to apply for a new employment here so soon, but I wish to get right of abode in HK.
My 7th year anniversary is in July 2015.
However, if I resign now, my employment will cease in April; my resident visa ends 2016 Jul.
A few queries:
- Will my employment visa expire when my employment ends and will I still be able to stay in HK after April?
- If I stay in HK unemployed till July, can I still apply my right of abode then?
- If I leave HK in April, and return to HK in July, can I still apply for the right of abode in Hong Kong then?
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