Anti-government protesters in Hong Kong hold BN(O) passports aloft during a rally at the British Consulate last October. Photo: Nora Tam Anti-government protesters in Hong Kong hold BN(O) passports aloft during a rally at the British Consulate last October. Photo: Nora Tam
Anti-government protesters in Hong Kong hold BN(O) passports aloft during a rally at the British Consulate last October. Photo: Nora Tam

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National security law: how Hong Kong BN(O) passport holders can apply for Britain’s special visa

  • New visa expected to be popular among young Hongkongers born in the 1990s, who may not be eligible for migration programmes in other countries
  • But expert warns of current Covid-19 situation in country and gloomy economic outlook, with need to be able to support oneself for six months

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Anti-government protesters in Hong Kong hold BN(O) passports aloft during a rally at the British Consulate last October. Photo: Nora Tam Anti-government protesters in Hong Kong hold BN(O) passports aloft during a rally at the British Consulate last October. Photo: Nora Tam
Anti-government protesters in Hong Kong hold BN(O) passports aloft during a rally at the British Consulate last October. Photo: Nora Tam
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