Finally the HKID Shed Some Light on What Constitutes ‘Talent’ in a QMAS Application (3 Case Studies’ Video)
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Either the Hong Kong Immigration Department are ‘on the sell’ or word has finally gotten back to them that its time to let prospective applicants under the Quality Migrant Admission Scheme know something of the calibre and credentials of people who pass muster and are successful in securing a QMAS visa.
As you may know, I am uber-critical of the way this programme is structured and administered but, credit where credit is due, this type of information is actually very helpful and the Department should be commended for the effort.
The Official video can be down-loaded from the Immigration Department website here.
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