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View Alerts and Messages Archive. Once passengers pass through the Hong Kong immigration exit checkpoint on their way to mainland China inside the train station or on the train itself in that area, they are in the Mainland Port Area.

Likewise, passengers arriving from mainland China are in the Mainland Port Area until they exit the Hong Kong immigration entry checkpoint. The U. Find information on dual nationality , prevention of international child abduction and customs regulations on our websites. The PRC has demonstrated an intention to use this authority to target a broad range of activities it defines as acts of secession, subversion, terrorism, and collusion with foreign entities. Demonstrations: Participating in demonstrations or any other activities that authorities interpret as constituting an act of secession, subversion, terrorism, or collusion with a foreign country could result in criminal charges and potential transfer to mainland China for trial.

On June 30, , as part of its color-coded system of warning flags, the Hong Kong police unveiled a new purple flag, which warns protesters that shouting slogans or carrying banners with an intent prohibited by the law could now bring criminal charges. Any protests that take place without a permit are considered illegal. Hong Kong has a low crime rate. Even so, you should exercise caution when in congested areas and pay particular attention to personal belongings while in crowded areas and while traveling on public transportation.

Violent crime, though rare, does occur. Please note that mace, pepper spray, stun guns, bullets, switch blades, knuckle-dusters and other self-protection weapons are banned in Hong Kong. Not only are the bootlegs illegal in the United States, if you purchase them you may also be breaking local law. Be alert to criminal schemes, such as internet, phone scams and dating scams, as well as financial scams.

Consulate General. Remember that local authorities are responsible for investigating and prosecuting the crime. Hong Kong has a crime victim compensation program available to U. For more detailed information on the program and its requirements, please see the Hong Kong Social Welfare Department web. More resources for victims of crime in Hong Kong are available in our Help for U.

Victims of Crime in Hong Kong information sheet. Domestic Violence: U. Consulate General for assistance. Tourism: The tourism industry is generally regulated and rules with regard to best practices and safety inspections are regularly enforced. In the event of an injury, appropriate medical treatment is widely available throughout the Special Administrative Region. Outside of a major metropolitan center, it may take more time for first responders and medical professionals to stabilize a patient and provide life-saving assistance.

See our web for more information on insurance providers for overseas coverage. Criminal Penalties: You are subject to Chinese laws. If you violate Chinese laws, even unknowingly, you may be expelled, arrested, or imprisoned. Individuals establishing a business or practicing a profession that requires additional permits or licensing should seek information from the competent local authorities, prior to practicing or operating a business.

Furthermore, some crimes are prosecutable in the United States, regardless of local law. For examples, see our website on crimes against minors abroad and the Department of Justice website. The Chinese legal system can be opaque and the interpretation and enforcement of local laws arbitrary. The judiciary does not enjoy independence from political influence. In Hong Kong, police have the right to detain you for questioning if you are not carrying your passport. Chinese law enforcement authorities have little tolerance for illegal drugs, including marijuana. Penalties for possessing, using, or trafficking illegal drugs in China, including Hong Kong, are severe, and convicted offenders can expect long jail sentences, heavy fines, or the death penalty.

Police regularly conduct unannounced drug tests on people suspected of drug use and have been known to enter a bar or nightclub and subject all patrons to immediate drug testing. Police may force you to provide a urine, blood, or hair follicle sample on short notice. China also has strict laws against driving under the influence of alcohol that can lead to immediate detention on a criminal charge.

Assisted Reproductive Technology: Hong Kong strictly forbids surrogacy, and surrogacy contracts will not be considered valid. The use of reproductive technology for medical research and profit is strictly controlled. Controlled Items in the Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong customs authorities enforce strict regulations concerning controlled items you might be carrying while transiting Hong Kong temporary importation or exportation.

Hong Kong International Airport HKG security routinely and thoroughly screens any luggage loaded onto an aircraft in Hong Kong, whether belonging to a departing or transiting passenger. Discovery of weapons or ammunition of any kind — including mace, pepper spray, stun guns, bullets, air gun pellets, switch blades, knuckle-dusters and other self-protection weapons - during this screening will be referred to the police for investigation, leading to arrest and detention.

If you bring controlled items into Hong Kong without the necessary Hong Kong documents, you may be prosecuted, and the goods may be seized. The penalty for trafficking in dangerous drugs can be life imprisonment and a heavy fine. Among the other items that you must declare to customs officials are liquors, tobacco, cigarettes and cigars, methyl alcohol, and merchandise imported for commercial purposes.

There are no currency restrictions for travelers. Please visit the website of the Hong Kong Department of Customs and Excise for specific information regarding Hong Kong customs requirements. For additional information, please visit the U.

Council for International Business website and the U. Customs and Border Protection web on Traveling with Samples. Please see our Customs Information sheet for general information. Counterfeit and Pirated Goods: Although counterfeit and pirated goods are prevalent in many countries, they may still be illegal according to local laws.

You may also pay fines or have to give them up if you bring them back to the United States. See the U. Department of Justice website for more information. Cruise Ship Passengers: for safety information and travel advice. Earthquakes: Earthquakes occur throughout China. Check here for information about earthquake preparedness.

Please see the Teaching in China Guide on the U. Embassy's website. Even individuals and their family members who are not directly involved, or even aware of these proceedings, can be subject to an exit ban. Embassy or consulate can provide a list of local attorneys who serve U.

Local law enforcement authorities are generally unwilling to become involved in what they consider private business matters, and may not provide the individual who has been barred from leaving China with any written notice of the exit ban. Pets: You must have a permit to bring dogs and cats into Hong Kong.

Dogs and cats imported from the United States may be exempted from quarantine when they have valid health and vaccination certificates and the animal has been in the United States for at least six months immediately preceding travel. Additional information on importing pets is available on the Hong Kong Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department website.

Political and Religious Activity: Participating in unauthorized political or religious activities, including participating in public protests or sending private electronic messages critical of the government, may result in detention and Chinese government-imposed restrictions on future travel to China.

Mission to China has observed an increase in the of U. If you attempt to bring larger quantities, the literature will likely be confiscated and you may be fined, detained, or deported. Social Insurance: China has a social insurance system to which foreigners who work in China must contribute. When you an employment contract, you must apply for a social insurance , and it is important that your employer work with you to comply with the regulations. Please check the official website for updated information. Social Media: Social media s are widely monitored in China.

Local authorities may use information they deem critical, controversial, or that might involve illegal activity against both the poster of the material and the host of the social media forum under Chinese law. Individuals have also been held responsible for the content that others place within social media spaces they control, such as the comments section under a post or within a group chat that an individual controls. Dual U. Information about dual nationality can be found on our website. Surveillance and Monitoring: Security personnel carefully watch foreign visitors and may place you under surveillance.

Hotel rooms including meeting rooms , offices, cars, taxis, telephones, Internet usage, and fax machines may be monitored onsite or remotely, and personal possessions in hotel rooms, including computers, may be searched without your consent or knowledge. Security personnel have been known to detain and deport U. Wire transfers may only be available to those who have an active bank in China. Ask your local China bank location for more information.

Department of State may be able to help transfer funds to a destitute U. S citizen overseas through our office in Washington, D. More information on this option is available here. Travelers with Disabilities: T Sidewalks often do not have curb cuts and many streets can be crossed only via pedestrian bridges or underpasses accessible by staircase.

Assistive technologies for blind people and those with other vision disabilities are unreliable, and access to elevators in public buildings can be restricted. In major cities, public restrooms in places visited by tourists usually have a least one accessible toilet. Hong Kong law prohibits discrimination against persons with physical, sensory, intellectual, and mental disabilities in employment, education, access to health care, or the provision of other state services, and the government generally enforces these provisions.

The law mandates access to buildings, information, and communications for persons with disabilities. The Social Welfare Department is primarily responsible for coordinating and funding public assistance programs to persons with disabilities. In addition, the Hong Kong government created Cyberable to provide one-stop information for persons with various disabilities. Typhoons: The southeast coast of China is subject to strong typhoons and tropical storms, usually from July through September.

The Hong Kong Observatory has an excellent notification and monitoring system and issues typhoon warnings an average of six times a year and heavy rainstorm alerts more frequently. You may find additional information on typhoon and storm preparedness on the Hurricane Preparedness and Natural Disasters s of the Bureau of Consular Affairs website.

Women Travelers: See our travel tips for Women Travelers.

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