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Learn More: Pre-Arrival Registration

From January 2017, Indian citizens can enter Hong Kong by completing a pre-arrival registration online. This document allows them to enter the country during a transit or for a planned visit to Hong Kong. The permitted stay you have for each entry is 14 days for six months (or until the date your Indian passport expires.) Consider that if you travel by air and do not leave the airport transit area, you will not be required to complete this document.

PLEASE NOTE: Currently, the pre-arrival registration must be presented to the Immigration Officer along with the Health Declaration in order to enter Hong Kong. Hopefully, at iVisa we can offer you both documents without the need to process them at the same airport. Do not need to be worried about anything anymore, because we will take care of the whole process!

Required Documents to Apply
  • Indian passport with at least 6-month validity

  • Credit/debit card or PayPal account

Important Instructions
  • Travelers who wish to visit Hong Kong must have an Indian passport valid for at least 6 months beyond their planned date of entry.

  • On each visit, the registrant may stay in the HKSAR for up to 14 days Per Entry.

  • Visitors must leave Hong Kong within 14 days Per Entry. If there is a special/urgent need to stay longer, visitors may request an extension of stay application up to 7 days before their visa expires.

  • Pre-arrival registration for Indian nationals will be valid for six months, or until the expiration date of their Indian passport, whichever comes first.

  • In cases where pre-arrival registration is denied/unsuccessful, Indian nationals can apply for an entry visa from the Hong Kong immigration department in-person.

  • If the applicant renews or replaces his/her Indian passport or changes his/her personal details after pre-arrival registration, the registrant must re-apply for pre-arrival registration using the new passport or personal details.

  • We suggest that passengers verify their information, print out the documentation, and bring a physical copy of it on their trip. The check-in staff at the airports can also verify the registration on their system, however, we highly recommend that clients keep a physical or electronic copy.

  • Due to the current situation in the world, Hong Kong is now requiring a Health Declaration which is aimed at all nationalities planning to enter Hong Kong. This means that you will not only need a pre-arrival registration, but also, the health declaration.

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Frequently Asked Questions

This is a program that the Hong Kong government implemented to continue its 14 days Per Entry visa-free requirement for Indian nationals. This program went into effect on Jan 2017.
  • Holds an Indian passport valid for at least six months.
  • Intends to visit or transit (except for direct transit by air and not leaving the airport transit area) Hong Kong for a stay not exceeding 14 days Per Entry.
  • PAR is not applicable to Indian nationals who have the right of abode or the right to land in Hong Kong, are on unconditional stay in Hong Kong or have a valid permission to remain in Hong Kong for employment, study or residence.

In iVisa, you can get your pre-arrival registration document quickly and easily without dealing with any office nor Embassy. Apply now and avoid wasting hours to complete the whole process at the airport. By using our services you will be able to get your document quicker and you will have more time to enjoy your trip!

Our services fees are the following: Standard - USD 40.00, Rush -USD 55.00, and Super Rush - USD 90.00.

We offer the option of standard processing time, this means that it will take 2 days to obtain your Hong Kong PAR.
The Pre-Arrival Registration allows you to stay 14 days Per Entry with a Multiple Entry type. You can use this document for 180 days after issued or until your Indian passport expires.
Applicants who want to visit Hong Kong must have an Indian passport with at least 6 month validity from the planned date of entry.

Indian nationals are the only eligible people who can apply for a pre-arrival registration.

It is important to mention that due to the current situations in the world, Hong Kong is now requiring a Health Declaration which is aimed at all nationalities planning to enter Hong Kong. This means that you will not only need a pre-arrival registration, but also, the health declaration.

You should carry with you the landing slip and your Indian passport during your stay in Hong Kong. In general, you will only need to present your Indian passport for immigration clearance upon departure.

NOTE: In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Hong Kong is now requesting additional health documents, which you should obtain before traveling:

  • QR Code of the Health Declaration Form (provided by us.)
Yes. You are still required to furnish an "Arrival / Departure Card" for immigration clearance upon arrival / departure.
You may reprint the notification slip in your email account. Alternatively, you may retrieve and reprint the notification slip by using your ivisa account.
The notification slip must be printed on a sheet of blank letter-sized white paper. Double-sided or reduced printing will not be accepted.
Data inconsistency between the notification slip and your Indian passport will render the registration invalid and lead to refusal of your boarding a conveyance bound for Hong Kong and entry to Hong Kong. You should re-apply for PAR by inputting information which is exactly the same as it appears in your Indian passport.
Yes. You and your family members are required to apply for a PAR individually.

Our service does NOT provide an actual visa for this nationality. We will provide you a pre-arrival registration document. Upon arrival, you will need to present this letter and your Passport at the immigration area so you will be allowed to enter Hong Kong.

NOTE: Other documents will be required upon entry to Hong Kong, including the Health Declaration, which can be obtained online from our iVisa page.

The counters assigned for pre-arrival registration, are designated to the immigration officers. Once you arrive at the airport, you must go to one of these modules and present your document. We are informed that officials can review your registration in your system, however, we recommend you to always have a physical or electronic copy of the document.

Before arriving at this section, you must approach the border control point staff upon entering Hong Kong and show the QR code of your Health Declaration, along with other additional documents that will depend on your nationality.

No. You will only be allowed to make a new registration when your current registration has expired.
Generally speaking, visitors must depart Hong Kong before the expiry of their stay. If there is a special/urgent need to stay longer, visitors may make an extension of stay application up to 7 days before their stay expires. Applications will be considered on its own merits.
You will receive what is called a Notification Slip. You must present this upon entry, along with your Hong Kong Health Declaration.

Yellow Fever vaccine is required if traveling from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.

More information in the following link:

https://www.who.int/ith/ITH_Annex_I.pdf

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