Hong Kong Capital Investment Entrant Scheme Visa

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http://www.hongkongvisahandbook.com - this is the Complete D-I-Y,100% Free Guide to the Hong Kong Capital Investment Entrant Scheme visa as found in the Hong Kong Visa Handbook. On the Hong Kong Visa Handbook website you will discover every possible resource required to effectively finish a Hong Kong Capital Investment Entrant Scheme visa application at the Hong Kong Immigration Department.

Initially developed in the early nineteen-nineties, the Hong Kong Visa Handbook is a unique immigration manual that is both right up to date and designed specifically for all those individuals planning to self manage a visa application at the Hong Kong Immigration Department.

Video clip presentations take you through the why's & wherefore's regarding how to best address your Hong Kong Capital Investment Entrant Scheme visa situation as well as how you can shape the application justifications. Crib sheets lay out the backdrop factors in play once the Hong Kong Immigration Department look at your documents; visa category-specific templates assist you to professionalise your submissions; official forms are incorporated with segment by segment movie answers describing how you can complete them, laying out the explanation for the details asked for within them.

Comprehensive, step-by-step submission processes are additionally supplied and also a check list for a Hong Kong working visa -providing you all you need to move forward a self-managed application at the Hong Kong Immigration Department!

Check out these links:

NARRATED PRESENTATION
http://www.hongkongvisahandbook.com/contents/CapitalInvestment/PreparingYourCaseMovie/player.html

FULL VISA INFORMATION
http://www.hongkongvisahandbook.com/contents/CapitalInvestment/HongKongCapitalInvestmentVisaInformation.pdf

APPLICATION TEMPLATES
http://www.hongkongvisahandbook.com/contents/CapitalInvestment/templates.html

ONLINE FORMS
http://www.hongkongvisahandbook.com/contents/CapitalInvestment/online_forms.html

HOW TO COMPLETE THE FORMS
http://www.hongkongvisahandbook.com/contents/CapitalInvestment/completing_the_forms.html

PRE-SUBMISSION CHECKLIST
http://www.hongkongvisahandbook.com/contents/CapitalInvestment/HongKongCapitalInvestmentVisaChecklist.pdf

HOW TO APPLY
http://www.hongkongvisahandbook.com/contents/CapitalInvestment/how_to_apply.html

QUICK SUMMARY
http://www.hongkongvisahandbook.com/contents/CapitalInvestment/quick_summary.html

The Hong Kong Visa Handbook is, and will continue to be, 100% free of charge. Inform your associates, promote the resources and employ our knowledge to complete your Hong Kong investment visa, yourself, for free!

Stephen Barnes

Author, Hong Kong Visa Handbook (http://www.hongkongvisahandbook.com)

Co-Founder, Hong Kong Visa Centre (http://www.hkvisacentre.com)

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  • Looking at the Capital Investment Entrant Scheme and it’s bare essence, effectively if you invest 10 million Hong Kong dollars hard cash into Hong Kong, you can secure residency permissions assuming that there is no security objection. So, 10 million Hong dollars will get you into the game. You have to put your 10 million dollars into qualifying Hong Kong investment assets which we will look at in subsequent slide. On that basis, you will be able to secure a two-year period of stay which is thereafter extendable every two years for seven years; and then after you hit the seven-year mark, if you have continuously resided in Hong Kong for all of that time and that you are able to declare that you have taken Hong Kong as your only place of residence, then you will be able to make an application for the right of abode which is permanent residency or, as of right, if you have held this immigration status for seven years irrespective of the fact that you have not had continuous residency in Hong Kong for all of that time, the idea that you have kept your assets in Hong Kong for the 7 years should then grant you the immigration privilege of unconditional stay and therefore allowing you to release the 10 million Hong Kong dollars of your assets and you can use it elsewhere whilst continuing your residence status in HKSAR.
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Hong Kong Capital Investment Entrant Scheme Visa

  1. 1. HONG KONG VISA FOR<br />CAPITAL INVESTMENT <br />www.hongkongvisahandbook.com<br />
  2. 2. www.hongkongvisahandbook.com<br />CIES OVERVIEW<br />1<br />10 million Hong Kong Dollars<br />Into qualifying Hong Kong investment asset classes<br />2<br />Secure a 2 year period of stay extendable every 2 years for 7 years<br />3<br />4<br />Right of Abode or Unconditional Stay available after 7 years<br />Invest hard cash in Hong Kong and secure residency permissions<br />
  3. 3. www.hongkongvisahandbook.com<br />KEY CONSIDERATIONS<br />Family<br />Legal spouse & unmarried children under 18 get dependant visas<br />Eligibility<br />Investment assets owned for 2 clear years prior; capable of self support<br />4<br />Investments<br />Hong Kong financial assets only (real estate now excluded)<br />Continuity<br />HKD10 million portfolio must be maintained throughout<br />
  4. 4. www.hongkongvisahandbook.com<br />THE ORACLE<br />Jake van der Kamp, Monitor, SCMP, October 1, 2004<br />“ Let us get it straight about this initiative to give foreigners Hong Kong identity cards if they bring a certain amount of money with them. It represents a complete misunderstanding of how our balance of payments system works. Foreigners who come here do not bring Hong Kong dollars. They do not have them at home. They bring their own currencies and we then exchange them for Hong Kong dollars. This results in our holding their foreign currency denominated money, which we then spend or invest in their countries…<br />… Net gain to us?<br />… Nothing. ”<br />
  5. 5. www.hongkongvisahandbook.com<br />ELIGIBLE INDIVIDUALS<br />Qualifiying Nationalities <br /><ul><li> Foreign nationals (except Afghanistan, Cuba, North Korea & Albania)
  6. 6. Residents of Macau & Taiwan
  7. 7. Chinese nationals with PR overseas
  8. 8. Stateless people holding PR overseas with proven re-entry facilities</li></ul>FX issues preclude Mainland residents from inclusion in the programme<br />
  9. 9. www.hongkongvisahandbook.com<br />ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA<br />Amount<br />10 million Hong Kong Dollars<br />Invest Within 6 Months <br />In Permissable Investment Asset Classes (cash funds)<br />Self Sufficient<br />Over and above the HKD10 million investment <br />Age<br />Minimum 18 years of age to apply<br />Ownership<br />Proven 2 year prior beneficial interest<br />No Adverse Record<br />Either in Hong Kong or elsewhere<br />Pathway to approval<br />A visa programme for the very well heeled<br />
  10. 10. www.hongkongvisahandbook.com<br />PERMISSABLE INVESTMENT ASSET CLASSES<br />Eligible Funds<br />As published by the HKID from time to time and authorised by SFC or Insurer<br />Equities<br />HKSE listed and HKD traded <br />Debt Securites<br />HKD denominated issued / guaranteed by HK Gov or HKSE listed companies<br />Subordinated Debt<br />Issued by Hong Kong banks in HKD under the Banking (Capital) Rules (Chapter 155L)<br />HKD 10 M<br />Combination<br />A mixture of all Permissible Investment Asset Classes is allowed<br />CoD<br />Issued by HK banks for a minimum of 12 months<br />
  11. 11. www.hongkongvisahandbook.com<br />APPROVAL OUTCOMES <br />Has Invested in the 6 Months Immediately Prior to Application Submission <br />Will Invest Within 6 Months of the Approval-in-Principle Being Granted<br />Approval-in-Principle<br />Visitor Visa for Max 6 Months<br />Formal Approval<br />Investment Made<br />2 year visa issued, landing anytime 2 years after issue<br />2 year extensions available if portfiolo maintained<br />Right of Abode or Unconditional Stay after 7 years<br />The CIES visa allows any lawful permitted activity in Hong Kong by the holder and his family<br />

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