Relocating Visa options to HONG KONG for Indian Nationals
1. **General Employment Policy (GEP):**
Suitable for professionals with specific skills who have secured a job in Hong Kong, ensuring their salary is in line with the current market standards.
2. **Admission Scheme for Mainland Talents and Professionals (ASMTP):**
Primarily aimed at Chinese residents from the mainland, it serves as a reference for non-local talents similar to the GEP.
3. **Quality Migrant Admission Scheme (QMAS):**
This is a quota-based system for highly skilled or talented individuals without a prior job offer, who can contribute to the local economy.
4. **Investment as Entrepreneurs:**
        Targeted at individuals planning to start or join a business in Hong Kong, with the expectation that their business will benefit the local economy.
5. **Dependant Visa:**
          For family members of those holding valid work or student visas in Hong Kong.
6. **Training Visa:**
      Designed for individuals seeking short-term training in Hong Kong that is not available in their home country.
7. **Working Holiday Visa (WHV):**
While contingent on reciprocal agreements between Hong Kong and other nations, this visa allows young adults (typically between 18-30 years old) from participating countries to live and work in Hong Kong for up to a year.
Since visa regulations can evolve, it’s recommended to check with the Hong Kong Immigration Department or consult with an immigration expert for the most recent information and guidance tailored to your specific case.