Join us on Wednesday, 19th April from 1pm to 2pm (UK) / 8pm to 9pm (HK) when we discuss UK Visas for Hong Kong BN(O)s and Their Family Members.
Join us for an informative webinar on the Hong Kong BN(O) Status Holder visa. This visa route provides eligible Hong Kong British National (Overseas) (BN(O)) citizens and family members with the opportunity to live and work in the UK, with a path to settlement and citizenship.
In this free webinar, we will explore everything you need to know about the Hong Kong BN(O) visa, including:
- Who is eligible to apply for the Hong Kong BN(O) visa?
- What are the requirements and criteria for the visa?
- How to apply for the Hong Kong BN(O) visa?
- What are the benefits and limitations of the Hong Kong BN(O) visa?
- What are the options for permanent residency and British citizenship?
Join our expert panelists, Zarina Rahman and Stefania Patuto, immigration barristers with specialist experience of advising Hong Kong BN(O) citizens and their family members, to gain valuable insights into the Hong Kong BN(O) visa and its requirements.
If you are a Hong Kong citizen considering relocating to the UK, this webinar is not to be missed. Register now to reserve your spot and get all your questions answered!
About the presenters:
Zarina Rahman (Immigration Barrister): Zarina has a busy practice covering all aspects of immigration for individuals and their family members. She has expertise on a broad range of immigration applications and appeals including cases involving Hong Kong BN(O) citizens and their family members, family migration under Appendix FM, the EU settlement scheme and EEA free movement, visitors, settlement and nationality. Zarina also has expertise in assisting clients with complex human rights and asylum claims.
Stefania Patuto (Immigration Barrister): Stefania has a busy practice involving a wide range of personal and business immigration matters, including applications for Hong Kong BN(O) citizens and their family members, family migration under Appendix FM, the EU settlement scheme, asylum and human rights claims and appeals, as well as applications under the points based system.