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Asked by Mrs.Linda Yin-Mei Chang from USA | Nov. 15, 2010 17:18
About:China Consulate in San Francisco

Dear Sir,

I am an US citizen and I have a US passport. My name on US passport is Linda Yin-Mei Chang. ("Chang" is my busband's last name. I picked up his last name since our marriage) I born in Hong Kong, so I have Hong Kong SAR passport. My name on Hong Kong SAR passport is Lo, Yin Mei ("Lo" is my own last name).

I want to add on Linda Chang in my Hong Kong SAR passport, such as: Linda yin-Mei Chang as known as Lo, Yin Mei. Is it possible? If so, any charge for this?

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Answered by Ms.HELPER from China | Nov. 15, 2010 20:12
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You can submit your application in person to the Travel Documents and Nationality (Application) Section or one of the Immigration Branch Offices. You are required the relevant supporting doucments (e.g. deed poll), you also have to copy your existing HKSAR passport. As the personal particulars in the passport should be identical to those shown on the Hong Kong permanent identity card, you are required to apply for amedment to the registered particulars at the Registration of Persons Office before submitting the application for amendment to the personal particulars in the passport.

Should the application be approved, the HKSAR Immigration Department will issue a new passport with amended personal particulars to you and the passport will be of the same validity with your existing passport. The application fee is HK$84. Or, you may apply for a new passport with 10-year or 5-year validity (depending on the age of applicant). The application fee for a passport with 10-year validity is HK$370 (32 pages) / HK$460 (48 pages) and 5-year validity is HK$185 (32 pages) / HK$230 (48 pages).--all from GovHK.
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