Asked by Choi Pui Lee from Canada | Dec. 05, 2011 19:44
About:China Consulate in Toronto
Hong Kong Identity Card

I have a Hong Kong Identification card dated back in 1957.( I was 15 then). I have been living in Canada since then. Can I apply for a new Hong Kong Identity card now. Can I apply from Canada or do I have to go back to Hong Kong to submit the application?

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Answered by Mr.JOHNNASH from United States | Dec. 07, 2011 01:38
If you want to get a Hong Kong Permanent Identity Card from Canada, you have to apply for Hong Kong SAR Passport at the same time. Can you read Chinese? Please refer to (Chinese version) to read the detailed information about it
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