All Hong Kong residents aged 11 or over are required to register for an identity card, except those who are exempted or excluded. Hong Kong identity cards have been issued in the form of smart card since 2003. Information on the features and benefits of the smart identity card, obligations for the holder of a smart identity card or new smart identity card. And a list of frequently asked questions about the smart identity card are available through the following link. How to apply for a HK ID card, buy a fake Hong Kong Permanent Identity card. Order a fake ID card, fake passport.
Starting from 26 November 2018, a new form of smart identity card will be issued to replace the existing smart identity card. The new smart identity card has improved in its durability. Security features as well as the chip technology and protection of personal data.
Where to apply for ID card in Hong Kong
All Hong Kong residents aged 11 years or over are required to register for an identity card. Information on registering for or replacing an identity card and the circumstances under which a person living abroad will need to apply for a permanent identity card are available through the following link.
If an identity card has been lost, destroyed, damaged or defaced. The person concerned should apply for a replacement card at any Registration of Persons Office within 14 days. Further information is available through the following link.
The Territory-wide Identity Card Replacement Exercise (Replacement Exercise) covers all Hong Kong residents who are holders of a smart identity card with the date of issue between 23 June 2003 and 24 November 2018, regardless of whether they are Hong Kong permanent residents, or residents for employment (including foreign domestic helper), investment or study. The Secretary for Security had issued a legal order to announce the details of the Replacement Exercise. Holders of Hong Kong Identity Cards are required to have their existing identity cards replaced within their specified periods.