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Asked by Shirley from Canada | Jul. 26, 2012 07:31
About:China Consulate in Toronto

Please advise what procedure to apply the HK SAR passport in Toronto?

Please note I am stilling holding the old HK ID card (3stars), not the smart ID card and having hong kong birth certificatae. How long does it take if I do it in Toronot. where is the address? Geroge Street downtown?
thank you.

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Answered by Alvin | Jul. 27, 2012 02:29
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You are eligible to apply for a HKSAR Passport if you are a Chinese citizen, have the Right of Abode (ROA) in the HKSAR and are holding a valid Hong Kong permanent identity card (PIC). Because you have still the old HK ID card, you need to submit application for the smart ID card at the same time to Chinese consulate in Toronto. For more details, you can refer to http://www.gov.hk/en/residents/immigration/idcard/hkic/geninfor.htm The processing may take few weeks since your application will be sent to HK for approval. The consulate is located at 240, St. George Street.
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