It goes without saying that the best cloud mining Quality Migrant Admission Scheme (QMAS), with a quota of less than 1,000 people per year, does not meet Hong Kong's requirements for Chinese human resources, and the SAR Government has announced the Admission Scheme for Chinese Talents and Professionals (ASMP), which opens up a pipeline for outstanding Chinese talents who are in short supply in Hong Kong to work in Hong Kong.

Unlike the Hong Kong Outstanding cnc milling prototype Persons Scheme, the Admission of Talents Scheme does not have a quota system and is not sector specific, allowing Chinese residents who have the necessary but insufficient expertise, professional skills or experience to apply to work in Hong Kong.

However, this method requires that working visa hong kong the applicant has been employed by a Hong Kong company and that the job must be related to the applicant's academic qualifications or work experience, and cannot be easily taken up by a local Hong Kong resident to prevent an obvious offsetting effect on the employment of local Hong Kong graduates.

Many Chinese students choose to stay and work in Hong Kong after studying in Hong Kong
In contrast to the above two types of visa applications, staying in Hong Kong to work after studying in a tertiary institution or research laboratory on an IANG visa may be the choice of many Chinese students, as they have relatively long practical experience in Hong Kong and are more able to integrate into the Hong Kong ecosystem in terms of language skills and cultural creativity.

According to Hong Kong regulations, university graduates who have undertaken undergraduate and diploma training in Hong Kong can apply for an IANG visa, the full name of which is "ImmigrationArrangementsforNon-localGraduates". The visa is valid for a period of time without restriction to stay and work in Hong Kong and without having to apply to the Immigration Department.

Take the Chinese University of Hong Kong as an example, every year, there are about 300 Chinese undergraduate graduates, of which about 60% choose to stay in Hong Kong for graduate employment, while over 90% of the graduates of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University stay in Hong Kong for graduate employment, and even in 2013, no one returned to China for graduate employment.
With the effect of such precautionary measures, a very large number of Chinese residents have come to work in Hong Kong and have made selfless contributions to the socio-economic development and economic and social development of Hong Kong. In addition, many Hong Kong residents also go to work in China every year, and the ties between China and Hong Kong are bound to get stronger and stronger in the future. (Zhang Lian)