Hey guys, I know this is a little bit lazy, but is there any way that someone could link me a few sites with what is considered being resident in HK?
I basically started 'transitioning' into Hong Kong and have been gradually been setting up stuff there, such as getting my HKID (RTL), registering a mailing address, starting a business, buying a sim card and so on.
HOWEVER I have been living in the mainland for the last year or so just doing a crash course in Mandarin (legitimate university courses) full time in order to increase my prospects in HK, and am about to move back.
I also have some stuff stored at my friends house as I intend to move back soon.
If I was rich I probably would have rented out a shit hole of a room just to show the immigration people in 7 years time that I have 'decided to take hong kong as my home' or whatever.
Do you think there is anyway I can wangle this year as being part of my ROA application if I keep living there for another 6 years?
I'm thinking of giving it a go as study seems to have some kind of exemption from being 'out of HK' in regards to PR applications.