People walk past Immigration Tower in Wan Chai in October 2018. In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Hong Kong has launched new measures to allow non-local graduates to apply for visas online. Photo: Fung Chang People walk past Immigration Tower in Wan Chai in October 2018. In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Hong Kong has launched new measures to allow non-local graduates to apply for visas online. Photo: Fung Chang
People walk past Immigration Tower in Wan Chai in October 2018. In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Hong Kong has launched new measures to allow non-local graduates to apply for visas online. Photo: Fung Chang

Letters | How Hong Kong can make it easier for non-local university graduates to get a work visa

  • While non-local graduates can now apply for a visa online, the process requires a lot of paperwork that could be cut down
  • Hong Kong immigration officers should work with mainland authorities and local universities to simplify the process

Topic |   Universities in Hong Kong
People walk past Immigration Tower in Wan Chai in October 2018. In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Hong Kong has launched new measures to allow non-local graduates to apply for visas online. Photo: Fung Chang People walk past Immigration Tower in Wan Chai in October 2018. In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Hong Kong has launched new measures to allow non-local graduates to apply for visas online. Photo: Fung Chang
People walk past Immigration Tower in Wan Chai in October 2018. In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Hong Kong has launched new measures to allow non-local graduates to apply for visas online. Photo: Fung Chang
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