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As the first rescue team member to arrive in Japan, Senior Immigration Officer, Mickie Choi, never for once claimed to be selfless. He, in a matter-of-fact way, described his work in Yokohama as a duty. “Someone has to take this up. Once I was assigned to it, I had got to give my very best and accomplish the mission,” said he.Mickie arrived in Yokohama on February 4. Series of negotiations and preparations followed. When he eventually welcomed ashore the passengers, Choi could not help getting a little emotional. Mission accomplished, yes, but not without concerns. Upon returning home, he had to confine himself temporarily to the living room couch. He, however, hastened to add: “What I did was nothing compared to the selfless dedication of our frontline health workers. I would in fact like to take this opportunity to thank every one of them. I also wish for Hong Kongers to come together; that all can play a part, however small, to overcome this challenge.”We are thankful to those who have helped bring home our residents, to those fighting this pandemic, and to those maintaining social distance!
Leung Yuk Fai applied and became an Immigration Officer soon after his graduation. He will share with you the key to his success in his application, so that you can join him in providing convenient and efficient immigration services for the growing numbers of incoming and outgoing travellers and Hong Kong citizens. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page
From being a flight attendant, Kit Ying has taken a special path to a greener pasture. After 14 months of diversified training in law enforcement and investigation, and even tactical and tribunal skills, she is now a graduated Immigration Assistant. Now fully trained, Kit Ying serves the public on the frontline, and will be assigned to different posts to face many more challenges. Let’s watch what she wants to share with us! Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page