Difference in HK perm ID card and HKSAR passport

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  1. #21

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    About the requirement that holders of Wui Heung Jing " must be RESIDENT in HK (or settled in HK as a resident- holding a HK Identity Card)" (or Macao)--
    this simply means that the holder must have the status of a resident in HK (regardless of whether the holder is permanent resident or non permanent resident).

    So if a Chinese citizen (who is also HK PR) physically resides overseas, he/she may still get the Wui Heung Jing, as he/she HAS RESIDENCY STATUS IN HK. This is what is meant by being "resident" in HK.


  2. #22

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    does anyone know if its possible to hold a Canadian Passport, British Passport and a HK ID??


  3. #23

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nebgonf:
    does anyone know if its possible to hold a Canadian Passport, British Passport and a HK ID??
    Entirely possible, if it wasn't Hong Kong would be a lot emptier. There are even LegCo members holding these passports.