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Asked by Mr.Suvadip from India | Nov. 10, 2010 03:32
About:China Consulates in India

I am from India. I got an offer from Hong Kong university to pursue post doctoral research. The tenure of the fellowship provided by the Hong Kong University is one year. So I need Hong Kong visa for one year. My present employer may not provide me the no-objection certificate. But I want to move in any case, even by resigning from my present post. Do the 'no objection certificate' required for visa? Please suggest me something.

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Answered by Mr.Daniel | Nov. 11, 2010 01:17
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the no-objection certificate is not required for Hong Kong visa application. The letter of acceptance from Hong Kong university is an important document for your application.
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