Department makes U-turn over booths for July 1 march
Speed up change to passport rule, protesters demand
HK handling of naturalised Chinese flouts law
Foreign-born Chinese citizens in Hong Kong may not have to list the country where they were born on their passports for much longer as...
Fanny Law silent on review of HKIEd findings
The Immigration Department warned yesterday it would seek to take people caught trading passports to higher courts so they could be handed heavier punishments.
SAR captain Farooq Saeed, who changed his nationality 10 months ago and is now eligible to play in the team that will represent Hong Kong at the National Games later this year, could not inspire...
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Hong Kong on Friday signed an agreement on Abolition of Visa Requirements with Bulgaria, a government spokesman confirmed.
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People wanting to travel overseas during the Chinese New Year holidays should apply for travel documents as early as possible, an Immigration Department spokesman said on...
Over the past few months, I have been following with interest the debate in the SAR over matters of racial discrimination.
I have been a Hong Kong resident for the past 38 years and have a permanent ID card. When travelling to the mainland, I need a visa, unlike local-Chinese permanent residents.
I refer to the letter from K. M. Lee (for the Director of Immigration) headlined 'Everyone enjoys equal treatment' (South China Morning Post, May 12). It is interesting to note Mr Lee's opening...