Wonder if somebody can confirm for me whether my hunch is correct.
My helper needs to exit before October in order to re-activate her visa.
She told me last week that she would prefer not to go home as there are some problems there she would prefer not to deal with. She claims that if she went to Macau and re-entered Hong Kong, her visa would be re-activated.
I know this is possible for a normal temporary resident when they first get a visa, but I'm not sure if the same applies to workers who have domestic worker visas. I thought the government was pretty strict about them going home for a holiday?
At the same time I don't want to force her into a situation she clearly doesn't want to be in.
Can anyone shed light on this?