- On December 2, 2017
- In Hong Kong Macau Disneyland
Hong Kong Visa
Valid passport (First and Last page scan copy)with at-least 6 month validity from the date of travel.
The rundown of nations offering visa on landing for Indians has empowered us to tick numerous goals off our can list. In any case, as of late the Immigration Department of the Government of Hong Kong fixed its laws and has quit that considerable rundown. Indians who wish to investigate the marvels of Hong Kong should apply for a pre-entry enrollment, rather than acquiring a visa-on-landing .
1. The Pre-arrival Registration (PAR) application gives an immediate online result. A successful PAR is valid for 6 months from the date of application and is valid for multiple entries into Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) during that period, for visits up to a maximum of 14-days.
2. Data inconsistency between the notification slip and the details mentioned in the Indian passport will render the registration invalid and lead to refusal of boarding a conveyance bound for the HKSAR and entry to the HKSAR.
3. You can reprint a notification slip by visiting this link. To use this function, you are required to enter the Indian passport number, select the Identification Question chosen and provide the exact answer submitted during the registration process.
4.If one gets an unsuccessful PAR, please immediately proceed to apply for a VISA directly with the Hong Kong Immigration Department in Hong Kong. You can visit this link for more information. A visa fee of HKD 190 per passport must be made to the Immigration Department in Hong Kong dollars via Bank Draft.
5.Visa applications are to be submitted direct to Immigration Department in Hong Kong and the Chinese diplomatic and consular missions are not in a position to accept the visa applications. In the case of queries, clarifications etc. please note that the agent or the traveller will need to liaise direct with the Immigration Department in all cases.
6.The visa application process can take up to four weeks upon receipt of the required documents. The originals of the documents must be sent by post or courier together with the bank draft to Hong Kong Immigration Department. For enquiries, please contact the Hong Kong Immigration Department in writing to email firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone +852 2824 6111.
7.Should the application be urgent, it is recommended to fax the required documents to Hong Kong Immigration Department at +852 2824 1133 in the first instance. The fax message should include a cover letter explaining the urgency of the application, and should also include the PAR information of any accompanying person(s) who is/are traveling together with the applicant.