More than 5.8 million migrant workers in Shenzhen will be able to visit Hong Kong Disneyland from Monday. Non-Shenzhen residents who have lived and worked in the special economic zone for a year or more in private enterprises, Sino-foreign joint ventures and foreign-owned enterprises would be able to apply to join group tours to Disneyland organised by some Hong Kong travel companies, a senior official from the city Public Security Bureau's exit-entry administration division said yesterday, according to Xinhua. A visa would allow a three-day stay in Hong Kong within three months. The number of qualified people was estimated at 5.81 million in June. The official said the State Council-approved measure was to help Hong Kong in the financial crisis, part of a new package under the Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement.