Asylum seekers plead with the Hong Kong government for visas on humanitarian grounds, at the government headquarters in Admiralty in March last year. Photo: Dickson Lee
Asylum seekers plead with the Hong Kong government for visas on humanitarian grounds, at the government headquarters in Admiralty in March last year. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Hong Kong must not fail refugees with immigration law reform

  • The city’s unified screening mechanism for asylum seekers already leaves much to be desired from a human rights perspective
  • Arming immigration officials, limiting the time for claimants to file an appeal and enabling denial of access to interpreters will not help

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Asylum seekers plead with the Hong Kong government for visas on humanitarian grounds, at the government headquarters in Admiralty in March last year. Photo: Dickson Lee
Asylum seekers plead with the Hong Kong government for visas on humanitarian grounds, at the government headquarters in Admiralty in March last year. Photo: Dickson Lee
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