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Hong Kong Government Wins Maid Residency Ruling Appeal

Hong Kong’s government, facing calls to limit strains on the city’s health and social services, won an appeal against a ruling that would have cleared the way for foreign maids to seek permanent residency.

An immigration ordinance which prevented the helpers from applying for the status is constitutionally valid, Chief Judge Andrew Cheung wrote in a judgment issued today by the Court of Appeal.