My background... I hold a British passport and graduated at uni back home in England this year. I moved to HK with my HK g/f who lived with me in England for three years (HK resident) and graduated in the same year as me. I'm currently staying with her in an apartment her mum owns, so i count myself very lucky. I have six months stay here and i've been here since the 20th of September this year.
Okay, so i've applied for a few jobs and recently took a few insurance papers. I get the results soon and if i pass them, the company concerned will help me get a work permit, namely due to specialising in the english speaking residents in HK. It sounds great, but i'm wondering if there is any legality involved that i should consider. The company, Prudential, are well known and i've got no hesitiation that they'll stand by their word, but i just want to make extra sure it's a simple as that.
If on the other hand i don't get the job and my stay here gets near the six month mark, would marriage be a viable option. Me and my g/f have talked about it and realise that if we do choose to stay in HK, a quick marriage could be feasible if the traditional mother and law agree.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.