HK film producer confirmed as having applied for dependent residency

Focus Taiwan
Date: .12/24/2020
By: Flor Wang and Lai Yen-si

Photo courtesy of China News Service

Taipei, Dec. 24 (CNA) Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) confirmed on Thursday that high-profile Hong Kong film producer Charles Heung Wah-Keung (向華強) has applied to the National Immigration Agency (NIA) for a dependent alien resident card.

"Heung's application for residency is being handled by the NIA in line with the Regulations Governing Residency or Permanent Residency for People of the Hong Kong Area and the Macau Area," MAC spokesman Chiu Chui-cheng (邱垂正) told a regular news briefing.

Heung and his son Jacky Heung (向佐) entered Taiwan in September for business reasons and their three-month stay can be extended for another three months, Chiu said.

It is understood the Heungs submitted their applications to the NIA during their current stay in Taiwan.    [FULL  STORY]

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