Hong Kongers can flee to Canada! Canadian government will help Hong Kongers in immigration. Hong Kong Watch continues cooperating with international governments, and advocates for ” Young Talents Scheme” for those who do not benefit from the UK BNOs scheme. Now we have promising news.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is looking at additional measures including on immigration “in the days and weeks” ahead that could help Hongkongers who want to flee.” Foreign Affairs Minister Francois Philippe Champagne said Canada is taking these actions because of the national security legislation that China has imposed on Hong Kong that critics say will eliminate the autonomy Beijing promised the territory when it took control in 1997.
The Canadian Government is considering the introduction of a ‘Young Talents Scheme’ for Hong Kongers.
A sizeable portion of the protestors in Hong Kong are university and school students ranging between 18-23. Born after 1997, many are not entitled to BNO and would not be covered by the UK Government’s scheme.
The emphasis would be on young Hong Kongers coming to study at colleges and universities in Canada, but with the ability to work to support their studies and with access to government student loans program.
The eligibility of applicants of the scheme could be limited to those between the age of 18-35.
Similarly, the Canadian Government could give priority under a points system to Hong Kongers between the ages of 18-23, who have been involved in the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong, and hold a university degree or are currently studying at university but do not benefit from the UK BNOs scheme.
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