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Visa and Passport


Passports:
All individuals require a valid passport to enter Hong Kong SAR, China.

Visas: Individuals from 46 countries require a visa to visit Hong Kong. To determine if you require a visa to enter Hong Kong and all the documentation you need, please visit the Immigration Department of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

Visa applicants will require an original signed letter from an entity within Hong Kong. After you register for the meeting, you can request an original signed Visa Letter from Hong Kong SAR, China from the confirmation page or if you log back into the Registration System. A visa application postage fee will be applied to all visa application requests and will vary based on recipient’s address. If you have further questions, please contact Clayton Wong directly at cwong@pacificworld.com.
 
Please note that all visitors to Hong Kong must meet the following entry requirements:

  • Onward / return ticket.
  • Sufficient funds to stay in Hong Kong.
  • Visa for Hong Kong (if applicable).*

* If you require a visa to enter Hong Kong, please approach the Chinese diplomatic and consular mission nearest to you for information on visa application procedures and required documents. Visa processing times vary for different nationalities and you are encouraged to apply for a visa as soon as you register for the meeting.

It is important that you start your application process as soon as possible to ensure that you receive your visa in time for INTA’s Annual Meeting, May 10–14, 2014.
 
For a Guidebook for Entry for Visit/Transit in Hong Kong, the fee table and FAQs, visit the Public Services section of the Immigration Department.

Inquiries can be directed to:
Hong Kong Immigration Department
Immigration Tower, 7 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 2824 6111
Fax: (852) 2877 7711


Visas to Mainland China

Attendees may choose to extend their trip before or after the meeting to mainland China. A Visa is required for the majority of visitors and all travelers should research the rules and apply for a Visa on their own before their trip.

Please visit the Government website for more information on how to travel to mainland China.
Please note: INTA will not be able to supply a Visa letter or sponsor attendees if they choose to visit mainland China.

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