If your spouse loses his (or her!) job what impact does it have on your Hong Kong dependant visa?

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QUESTION  OF  THE  WEEK

I am on a Hong Kong dependant visa.

My husband and I were both working for the same company (he has been with them over 2 years in Hong Kong) and we were both recently laid off.

Am I able to take up employment/go to school on the merits of my dependant visa, or not so able due to the fact that my husband (sponsor) has lost his job?

Our current visas expire about 18 months from now and we are both looking for jobs presently. I am also slated to begin studying part time at a University here next month.

My hope is that my Hong Kong dependant visa is still valid for work or school even though my husband has been laid off.

Thank you! I appreciate your help, and love your website!

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