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Our Hong Kong office offers high quality and cost-effective global mobility and immigration support across APAC jurisdictions.

We also provide APAC-based businesses and individuals with advice on UK and European global mobility and immigration issues.

Our immigration and global mobility lawyers have in-depth experience in handling global secondments. Our lawyers’ technical ability is excellent and we can advise clients in a range of native languages including English, Mandarin, Cantonese and Japanese.

Our international immigration and global mobility lawyers add value by deploying expert knowledge in all major jurisdictions. Working closely with you, we can help map out your project and manage it effectively, leaving you to focus on other aspects of your role.

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Diversity in the workplace across Asia Pacific

16 January 2018

Following the landmark Hong Kong Court of Appeal decision in QT v Director of Immigration, now is a particularly relevant time to be debating diversity and equality in the workplace.

Court of Appeal orders Hong Kong’s Immigration Department to accommodate same-sex partners as dependants

26 September 2017

In a unanimous decision made on 25 September, the Court of Appeal ruled that the Immigration Department’s refusal to issue a dependant visa to the lesbian civil partner of a British expat was not rational.

Busting Brexit

25 September 2017

At the Shifting World Dynamics and the Evolving Workplace: Global labour law conference which will be held in Hong Kong on 6th October, James Davies from Lewis Silkin will be speaking on Busting Brexit myths in our first session.

Australia - Work and Holiday visas and new six-year multiple-entry visas available for Singaporeans

27 June 2017

Following the recent summit held in Singapore, it was announced that two new visa measures will come into place. These are the availability for Singaporeans to apply for Australia’s Work and Holiday Visa programme and the new six-year multiple-entry visa for business and tourism in 1 August 2017 and 1 January 2018 respectively.

Changes to Chinese visa applications

11 April 2017

Effective immediately, the Chinese consulate in Hong Kong has advised that all females between the ages of 16 to 40 and all males between the ages of 18 to 55 must now provide previous passports in addition to current valid passports for application of all Chinese visas if their current passport was issued after 2015.

Indian nationals must now apply for visit visas directly to the HKSAR Department of Immigration

03 April 2017

Effectively immediately, Indian nationals who require visit visas must do so directly by post to the Immigration Department in Hong Kong instead of submitting applications to the nearest Chinese diplomatic or consular post.

Chinese visa applications additional new requirements to be aware of

16 February 2017

Following the recent rollout of China’s new work permit system for Chinese Business Z visas, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs has revised the requirements for photographs submitted to overseas Chinese consular and embassies with visa applications.

Employment law in Indonesia - an overview

12 January 2017

Although still a largely agrarian economy, Indonesia is rapidly industrialising and diversifying into other spheres. The continuous and steady growth of the country makes Indonesia an attractive place for business in the coming years. It is important that organizations currently doing business in the country or considering doing so are aware of the often strict employment laws in Indonesia.

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