Home Return Permit - Applying For A Home Return Permit

Applying For A Home Return Permit

The China Travel Service (CTS) is the sole authorised agency by the Public Security Bureau (PSB) to provide services to help accept applications in Hong Kong and Macau. However, it is the Guangdong Province PSB that processes the applications.

Holders who have lost their Home Return Permit in the Mainland can apply for a temporary replacement at the CTS branch in Huanggang. They will, however, need to apply for a full, new Home Return Permit on return to Hong Kong or Macau with the CTS.

Hong Kong and Macau permanent residents in foreign countries, who do not already have a Home Return Permit, can apply to their local Chinese foreign mission for a special travel pass to mainland China, although this document is not a Home Return Permit. This document is called the People's Republic of China Travel Document. (中華人民共和國旅行証)

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