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    I think that if he has Chinese nationality, then he's eligible for a HKSAR passport. So your son should be eligible. And I've always heard that they should either enter on a HKSAR passport, or if you choose to enter on a foreign passport for whatever reason, you should have the sticker... it doesn't cost anything so you've got nothing to lose by getting it...

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    technically, you SHOULD have the sticker, but there isn't really any need for it... if they ask you at the counter, just say, "oh, ok, i'll get one next week" and leave it at that.

    my problem is that i never seem to get around to it until we plan a trip, and then i'm so rushed i forget all about it....

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    We're the same as carang and have been travelling with a copy of our son's HK birth certificate for the last 3 years as we still havenl't applied for the sticker. So far no problems yet!

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