Can You Expect ImmD to Readily Approve a Hong Kong Work Visa Application Just Because the Applicant is a Child of the Owner of the Sponsoring Business?
November 22nd, 2015
Posted in Employment Visas, Musing, The Hong Kong Visa Geeza /
Hong Kong work visa application. What do ImmD make of applications for employment visas where the sponsoring business is owned by the visa applicant’s parent?
I have a limited company and I would like to bring my son up from Australia to be my right hand man.
He is well qualified for the role I would give him (including a degree from a top 100 university) and relevant work experience/employment in Australia.
I do not want to employ anyone else as I see myself passing the reins to him in the not too distant future.
I would love to know your thoughts on this and the best way to go about it.
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