Dear Immigration Department,

I would be grateful if you could provide the number of minor children currently residing in Hong Kong who either (i) arrived with parents who filed torture or non-refoulement claims upon arrival in Hong Kong or (ii) were born in Hong Kong to parents who had pending torture or non-refoulement claims.

Yours faithfully,
Andrew Meehan
o/b/o Justice Centre Hong Kong

入境事務處

Our ref. : IL/00392579/19 and L/M (3) in ImmD RALS1/6-20/3/C

 

Dear Mr Andrew Meehan,

 

We refer to your application for access to information of 6 June 2019
relating to statistics on non-refoulement claims.

 

Your application is now under processing.  Our Department would revert to
you on or before 26 June 2019 according to paragraph 1.16 of the Code on
Access to Information.

 

 

Best Regards,

 

 

(LAU Pui-kong)

for Director of Immigration

To learn more about the application requirements and procedures of the
most frequently used services provided by the Hong Kong Immigration
Department, you are welcome to visit the Easy Access Playlist at Hong Kong
Immigration Department [1]YouTube Channel. The concerned video clips have
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入境事務處

Our ref. : L/M (3) in ImmD RALS1/6-20/3/C

 

Dear Mr Andrew Meehan, 

 

Thank you for your email dated 6 June 2019 seeking access to information
relating to statistics on non-refoulement claims.

 

Further to our interim reply of 13 June 2019, please be informed that as
at end May 2019, there were 931 persons under the age of 18 in Hong Kong
who had lodged non-refoulement claims and pending determination of the
claims, appeal on their rejected claims or removal from Hong Kong. 

 

Kindly note that further breakdown as requested is not available. For more
statistics on non-refoulement claims, please refer to the website of the
Immigration Department:

 

[1]https://www.immd.gov.hk/eng/facts/enforc...

 

 

Yours faithfully,

 

 

(FUNG Man-him)

for Director of Immigration

To learn more about the application requirements and procedures of the
most frequently used services provided by the Hong Kong Immigration
Department, you are welcome to visit the Easy Access Playlist at Hong Kong
Immigration Department [2]YouTube Channel. The concerned video clips have
Cantonese voice-over supplemented by Chinese or English subtitles.

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