Hong Kong migration agents report rush of inquiries for UK visas
High level of interest in scheme launched on Sunday comes despite fears applications will be monitored
Migration agents in Hong Kong say they have seen a rush of inquiries from people seeking to access the new visa scheme launched by the UK government on Sunday, despite fears their applications will be monitored.
Britain’s Home Office is expecting about 300,000 people to exercise a newly offered right to move to Britain and eventually seek citizenship in the next five years. The scheme was announced in July in response to the worsening security situation in Hong Kong, as the Chinese government tightens its control over the city with a draconian national security law.Continue reading...