The Hong Kong Training Visa is a specialized visa that permits individuals to undertake training in Hong Kong for a limited period of not more than 12 months. The purpose of the training should be for the individuals to acquire special skills and knowledge not available in their country. This visa is particularly advantageous for those intending to offer structured internal or client training, internships, management trainee programs, and regional rotation programs.
The international competition for talent has given rise to a variety of visa schemes throughout Asia, each boasting its own distinctive attributes and advantages. This article provides a comparative analysis of four such programs: Singapore’s Overseas Networks & Expertise Pass (ONE Pass), Japan’s System for Special Highly Skilled Professionals (J-SKIP) and System for Future Creation Individual Visa (J-FIND), Taiwan’s Employment Gold Card and the Hong Kong Top Talent Pass Scheme (TTPS). Join us as we delve into the specifics of these schemes, shedding light on the opportunities they present for high-income earners, top university graduates, and professionals in various fields.