Do Australian passport holders need a visa for Hong Kong?
Visa Requirements Australian and New Zealand passport holders can enjoy visa-free entry into Hong Kong for a period of 90 days. Those who wish to stay longer must apply for a visa at least six to eight weeks prior to departure.
How do I contact Australian for visa?
Visa enquiries To respond to request or submit an enquiry, use the web-based Australian Immigration Enquiry form. You can also call the Home Affairs Global Service Centre on +61 2 6196 0196, open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm (local time).
How long can Australians stay in Hong Kong?
Australian passport holders may visit the HKSAR without visa for a short visit or tourism and stay in Hong Kong for up to 90 days.
Can I apply Hong Kong visa online?
At the moment, the government of Hong Kong has created an online platform called the Pre-arrival Registration or PAR, and it is available for citizens of India only. Indian nationals are required to obtain an online visa for Hong Kong in order to travel and enter the region.
How do I contact visa by phone?
Report a lost card by calling Visa at 1-800-847-2911.
Who do I call about visa questions?
United States: Contact the National Visa Center (NVC) at 1-603-334-0700 for immigrant visas. For nonimmigrant visas, call 1-603-334-0888. Or use the Consular Electronic Application Center (CEAC). Abroad: Contact the U.S. Embassy or consulate where you filed your application.
How do I extend my visa in Hong Kong?
Generally speaking, visitors must depart Hong Kong before the expiry of their limit of stay. If there is a special/urgent need to stay longer, visitors may make an extension of stay application within 7 days before their limit of stay expires. Applications will be considered on its own merits.
How long can I stay in Hong Kong without a visa?
All travellers. Although Hong Kong is now part of the People’s Republic of China, it remains a Special Administrative Region with its own immigration controls. You can visit Hong Kong for up to 6 months without a visa.
Are non residents allowed in Hong Kong?
Hong Kong to allow arrivals of non-residents from overseas starting next month. On Friday, the government announced that starting May 1, Hong Kong will finally allow non-residents to enter the city. This step will end two years of stringent border controls since it was put in place in March of 2020.