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Hong Kong: Years and Residency Application

hong kong: Jocelyn, a caregiver who has been waiting for seven years for her permanent residency application to be processed, spoke tearfully during the conference about the hardships of living apart from her family for 13 years, according to Rabble. She said I came to Canada in April 2008. Accompanied by caregivers and migrant advocates, Kwan argued that the Liberal government's continued apathy when it comes to the plight of caregivers, many of whom have been separated from their families for years, is inhumane and indefensible. Prior to this, I lived and worked in Hong Kong for four years. My daughter was ten when I left, and now she is 13. In all the time that I was abroad, I only saw my children three times because airfare is so expensive. ( As reported in the news.