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Asked by K. Kwan from canada | Mar. 03, 2012 15:41
About:China Consulate in Vancouver

I was born in HK and only have a birth certificate. Would I able to apply for a HK passport in van

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Answered by Hank | Mar. 04, 2012 01:41
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Only a person who is a Chinese citizen, a permanent resident of the HKSAR or a holder of a valid Hong Kong permanent identity card can apply for a Hk passport.
Thus, it seems that it's impossible for you to apply for a Hk passport.
Does either of your parents has Hong Kong permanent identity card? If so, you can apply for a HK permanent identity card first with your Hong Kong birth certificate and your parent's Hong Kong permanent identity card.
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