If you are a graduate is it hard and fast that you need at least 2 years post graduation working experience in a managerial or supervisory capacity in order to secure a Hong Kong work visa – or is there some wriggle room in this regard?
I have heard in one of your podcasts, that one needs to have at least 2 years post-graduate experience.
After my graduation I was on a 1 year working holiday visa in Hong Kong and could claim 0.5 year working experience out of that. I also had lots of working experience before my graduation.
Now my question is:
Is the 2 years working experience a YES/NO criteria in getting a Hong Kong work visa?
Or is there a chance to receive an employment visa with less than 2 years experience if all other factors are positive?
And finally, would I be better off applying for a training visa in this case?
Thank you for your help.
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