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Asked by Daniel Ma from Canada | Oct. 11, 2011 16:06
About:China Consulate in Toronto
Can I get the Hong Kong Permanent Identity Card from the Embassy, and what is the cost?

Please also let me know how can I proceed. i was born in Hong Kong, but have lost the old HKID card.
Thank you.

Daniel Ma

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Answered by Lily from Canada | Oct. 11, 2011 21:36
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You can't get the Hong Kong Permanent Identity Card from Chinese embassy, please go to Hong Kong to get it from the Immigration Department of Hong Kong Government.
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