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Asked by Ms.ROSES from Philippines | Jun. 20, 2010 09:05
About:China Embassy in Philippines

i have a Hongkong resident friend and he likes me to visit Hongkong this coming July.My problem about the SCL marked from the immigration last April when i visit there.Now i already renew my passport is it possible that the immigration can still track my record? Do i need an invitation letter from my friend? and what shall i do? Please advice .thank you.

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Answered by Mr.Simon | Jun. 21, 2010 03:42
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I guess that the immigration can't trace your record if you have got a new passport, SCL is marked because the immigration find you exit and enter Hong Kong for many times in a short time just for gettting another 14 days visa free period in HK.

A visa is not required for Philippine nationals who desire to go to Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China (HK) for transit, tourism or business with a stay of no more than 14 days.

Philippine nationals who desire to stay in HK for more than 14 days, shall present an invitation letter in which the sponsor agrees to provide financial support and accommodation, and one copy of the sponsor's HK ID.
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