I'm a Canadian-born Taiwanese dual citizen, holding an ROC passport and a Taibaozheng (å°èƒžè‰) issued by the PRC. I'm currently coming up on 7 years living in Hong Kong (on my Canadian passport), so I will be eligible for permanent residency. However, given the HK Immigration Department defines Chinese citizenship for people like me using Article 5 of the Nationality Law (my parents were settled abroad, I got foreign citizenship at birth), I'm uncertain as to whether or not I'm actually eligible for the HKSAR passport -- however, at the same time I'm thinking that the Taibaozheng I have is sufficient proof of my Chinese nationality to the Chinese government?
Does anyone know if that would suffice? Or how Immigration would handle a case like this?
Thanks in advance!