Source: Capital Weekly Magazine
Capital Weekly Interview: Migration As a Way Out
CAPITAL WEEKLY offers readers with MACRO to MICRO views on diversified investment markets, contemporary political issues and economic trends. As being an UNIQUE financial magazine in Hong Kong, this time, Capital Weekly interviews John Hu, Principal Consultant of John Hu Migration Consulting, for migration preparations and misconceptions.
Get well prepare for your migration
“There are lots of ways to immigrate mainly including business visa, skilled visa and family visa. Investor visa is the most common one.” stated by John. He also advised people who are eligible with willingness to immigrate should apply shortly since the migration policies change like weather.
Common misunderstandings of migration
Q. Is business visa by billions a must?
A. Business visa split into two parts, investor visa and entrepreneur visa respectively. Minimum charge only costs you HKD 600,000, equivalent to CAD 100,000.
Q. Is it the best to immigrate when children have grown?
A. Early intervention is the key of children entering main stream of society. There are many opportunities to learn Chinese, even in oversea. The most important thing is that you will never know when the migration policies will change. And children need time to adapt to their new school and new classmates. Children can be sponsored by their parent if they are under the age limit. Different countries are with different age limits such as 18 in British, 21 in United States and 19 in Canada. Application will be in trouble if children’s ages are too close to the age limit. This implied that the failure could be averted if they apply it shortly.
Since there are still many misconceptions, John will keep sharing his professional knowledge of migration with us in the following episodes on 14/5, 21/5, 4/6 and 18/6. Stay tuned with us!