Wanting to care for and support parents is hardly a sin in any culture, so what if you chose not to see your parents frequently - the OP is making a different choice and bravo to him. Glad to see he got some useful responses as well as the normal nonsense.
I think the most likely reason for them to agree it is if your parents are no longer capable of working, and are dependent on your for financial support, and need you to care for them on a daily basis.
There's nothing to stop the OP from applying. But ImmD is not under any obligation to issue extended tourist visas multiple times.
I know that it will be a bit heavy on them, but if they get a chance to stay in HK for 3 months then they will be so happy, they have never been outside India, and after that they can they stay in India happily without me, so just the 3 months visa is an issue for me, if I can get them at least twice a year ot atleast once a year I would be more than happy and satisfied before I make a decision to come or not to come in HK. Thanks for the help.
to the OP, if you are only looking for your parents to come a couple of times per year, then you shouldn't have any problem. but, if you plan on getting them extended visitor visas each and every time they come, you may run into problems with immig.
good luck! i DO hope you find a solution... whether or not geoff thinks i do.
sticking my thumbs in my ears and waving my fingers at geoff...
that wasn't helpful either, but it sure felt good!