Old Jun 8, 19, 7:27 pm
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Originally Posted by Laumeister View Post

Yes my case will be clearly different from those. I am still departing from HKG (to USA), but on another ticket than I originally entered with as "confirmed onward booking" (which was HKG-HKT).

What is the exact process when entering HKG? Will they have a record of my HKG-HKT reservation, or is it just showing to the custom officer?
Originally Posted by Often1 View Post
I don't believe that anyone will care whether your onward ticket is the same ticket as the one on which you entered. They will want to see that onward ticket. Have a printed copy of the e-ticket receipt handy, if asked.

What you need is the ability to prove you hold a confirmed reservation departing HK within the terms of your entry to HK (apparently 7 days). You don't need a BP, just proof of the confirmed airline reservation / e-ticket number.
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