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Friday, 5 June 2020

UK May Change Immigration Laws for Hong Kong

UK May Change Immigration Laws for Hong Kong

Protests are in full swing at Hong Kong, owing to the possible implementation of a controversial law by china which allows Chinese Military to crush dissent in Hong Kong. Meanwhile, the British government announced that it will allow HK citizens to become eligible for citizenship.

The move comes after PM Boris Johnson indicated that the UK has some moral obligation to the citizens of Hong Kong, given their long, shared history. The immigration change, if passed, would open up a path for citizenship for millions of Hong Kongers.

UK May Change Immigration Laws for Hong Kong



THE U.K. MAY HELP HONG KONGERS GET CITIZENSHIP


Boris Johnson announces a path to citizenship if China passes controversial security law.

POTENTIAL CHANGE IN IMMIGRATION LAWS SPORT


The UK is set to tweak its immigration laws if China imposes a controversial security law in Hong Kong. 

People of Hong Kong who have British National (Overseas) (BNO) passports will be allowed to visit the UK for 12 months without a visa, an upgrade from the current 6 months. 

They will also be allowed to work in the UK, paving the path towards getting a citizenship.

Around 350,000 people in Hong Kong currently have BNO passport and 2.6 million others are also eligible.

A FIGHT FOR HONGKONGERS' RIGHTS


The Chinese seek to implement a law which strips Hong Kong of its right to free speech and protest, as it makes criticising Beijing a punishable offense.

As Hong Kong was a British Colony, handed to the China in 1997, UK feels obligated to ensure the citizens' well-being.

The law will enable China to set up its own institutions responsible for security in Hong Kong; what locals feel may undermine their freedoms. 

Such moves undermine Hong Kong's "one nation, two systems" policy, redirecting the nation towards Chinese 'communism'.

On Wednesday, the UK PM confirmed that if China passes the law, people in Hong Kong who hold British National (Overseas) (BNO) passports

will be allowed to in UK for 12 months without a visa, Currently Allowed for 6 months.

Around 350,000 people in Hong Kong have a BNO passport, and 2.6 million are also eligible.

Passport-holders would be given immigration rights( right to work)

PM says Immigration changes in visa system in history of UK

All Hong Kong citizens granted by BNO passport (Born before the chinese handover-1997)
Dont have rights to live or work in Britain as per now

Hong Kong People Fear it could end their unique freedoms, which freedoms china do not have
mounting criticism faced by china on the law

As per Boris Johnson (PM); Immigration rules will offers hongkongs millions of people 'A way to citizenship' If China will add new security Laws 

Lets see what will happen in Hong Kong's history in this pandemic corona virus 2020 because covid-19 started from there in china. as per the diplomatic point of view its very important for hong kongers. it is sure if law will changed the britain also change the immigration rules for hong kongers.

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