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Entry-Exit Permit to PRC for new HK Chinese Citizen

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    Entry-Exit Permit to PRC for new HK Chinese Citizen

    Hi guys, I finally received my citizenship, got passport and all sorted.

    Next is a home return permit.

    I do need to enter the mainland rather ugently for business. Is there a way that I can get a one way permit to the mainland? It seems as if this is an option on the website, but curious to hear from anyone if they've gone through with such an application before, and whether it's even possible...


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    Yes, it’s possible and designed specifically for that purpose


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    Quote Originally Posted by Morrison:
    Yes, it’s possible and designed specifically for that purpose
    really, for a chinese national on a SAR passport?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aquaman:
    really, for a chinese national on a SAR passport?
    Really, really. There are threads about it here.

    He just misnamed it, ,it’s called single entry HRTP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morrison:
    Really, really. There are threads about it here.

    He just misnamed it, ,it’s called single entry HRTP
    Single-entry HRTP is the colloquial name for it in Hong Kong. I think the name given by the OP is actually the official name (《中華人民共和國出入境通行證》(
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    Yeah, the heavily worded entry -exit permit is valid for 3 months, single use, but couldn't seem to find any posts on it and whether that's applicable to the newly naturalised, just on the HRP


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    You are all wrong. Morrison was wrong. You cannot just go and apply. You have to submit documents first for a HRP and only then can you try and get a temporary permitcif urgent. I am still waiting on my certificate of registered particulars....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloroxbleach:
    You are all wrong. Morrison was wrong. You cannot just go and apply. You have to submit documents first for a HRP and only then can you try and get a temporary permitcif urgent. I am still waiting on my certificate of registered particulars....
    Yeah, I think that was the precondition, that you have an application for the 10 year permit running.
    But OP didn’t know that there are expedited, single entry permits