Getting from the Right to Land to the Right of Abode is the same as coming from a temporary visa to a permanent identity card. It’s all about the magic seven years in Hong Kong…
I am a UK Citizen with the Right to Land.
I understand that with Right to Land, I have no restriction in staying in Hong Kong apart from I can’t vote.
After 7 years, I would like to apply for permanent residency again – how do I prove that?
I do not intend to work and would be living with relatives.
To supplement my application for permanent residency, would I need to prove my income or need official documents with my name on it e.g. bills or bank accounts?
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