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Q: Where can I get a HK visa in Guangzhou?

I'm from Bangladesh, married to a Chinese for almost 2 years and I live in Guangzhou...however, I have always wanted to visit Hong Kong but don't really how to get the visa. I asked several agents and most of them wanted me to pay full payment in advance and hand over my passport to start the procedure..

One of them was generous to tell me that my passport will be sent to Beijing and exactly after a month, the HK visa will be issued...The whole process kind of sounded fishy to me...

 

Is there any trusting method or agent that could help me to get the visa without any hassle? Anyone's help would be highly appreciated.

 

Thank you

 

 

 

6 years 31 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Guangzhou

 
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To get visa in any foreign or 'not so foreign' (HK) country in China, your passport probably must be heading to Beijing, where all Embassies are located.

 

You could probably find reliable information about HK visa at Public Security Bureau (Exit Entry Police) or Foreign Expert Bureau. 

 

For FEB, you will probably need Chinese translator, depending on how big is the city you are in.

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As per your claim of having a Bangladesh passport, yuou will be required to obtain a visa to enter Hong Kong.  The fact that you are married to a Chinese national does not change that at all.

In Gunagzhou (or elsewhere in China), you will have to go to the local PSB (Public Security Bureau), Entry Exit Office to request it with the proper documentation, photos, money, etc. Makes no difference to you if the visa is issued locally, or your passport has to be send to Beijing to get the visa. There is no need to have a visa agency at all, it is a very straight forward and easy process, you can do it yourself with the help of your husband translating for you.

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just go to Hong Kong 

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6 years 28 weeks ago
 
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we can help foreigners get hk visa

 

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you need to send your passport to HK immigration bureau instead of Beijing. 

 

It takes 4 -8 weeks to apply for visa in HK. 

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I can help you to get a Hk VISA 

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