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Visa Application Centre

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Causeway Bay

UK Visa Application Centre
Unit 1502, 15F, 77 Leighton Road, Leighton Centre
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Location: You may take the MTR and get off at Causeway Bay station at exit A (Time Square). Walk along Matheson Street and turn left on Leighton Road. The Leighton Centre is located on the left hand side of Leighton Road approximately 80 meters on the left. We are located on the 15th floor.

Application submission
Monday to Friday
08:00 - 15:00 (by appointment or a chargeable walk-in without appointment service only)

Document collection
Monday to Friday:
08:00 - 15:00


Callers from Hong Kong & Overseas:

For details of the new UK visas Customer Contact Centre & Email address please visit

Enquiries and complaints

If you want to enquiry or provide complain about the service that you have received at a VFS visa application centre, please see the enquiries and complaints page on this website.

Customers with disabilities

Disabled access is at the front gate of the Leighton centre. All visa application centres have step-free access for wheelchairs. Applicants who have a disability or who have accessibility requirements are encouraged to bring someone to assist them. Lifts are also accessible for use where necessary. Please note that VFS Global staff will be available to assist any applicant with special needs.

Security information

Please note that access to the visa application centre is restricted to visa applicants only.  The only exceptions to this policy are:

  • Children less than 18 years of age need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. This cannot be a member of the visa application centre staff.
  • Elderly, medically infirm or disabled applicants who require assistance in order to submit their applications. Applicants who fall into these categories should advise the security staff on arrival at the VAC. 
Mobile phones and Tablets are permitted in the visa application centre, but they must be switched to silent or vibrate mode.  They should be switched on before entering the VAC. Devices that cannot be switched on cannot be taken into the visa application centre.

Under no circumstances is photography, filming or audio recording permitted.  Mobile phones have to be put away when you are dealing with our staff.
Only one airline cabin size bag  55 cm x 35 cm x 20 cm  alternatively  21.5” x 13.5” x 8" per applicant is permitted in the VAC . Larger bags cannot be taken into the visa application centre and must be stored elsewhere.

For security reasons the following items will not be permitted inside the visa application centre.  
  • All battery operated or electronic items such cameras, tablets, audio/video cassettes, compact discs, MP3s, floppies, laptops, or portable music players ,hard disk drive (HDDs), pen/thumb drives, spy devices, audio recorders, or other devices which can hinder the centre’s functioning.
  • Sealed envelopes or packages.
  • Any inflammable item such as matchboxes/ lighters/ electric cigarettes /fuel.
  • Any sharp objects such as scissors, pen knives or nail filers.
  • Weapons, weapon - like objects or explosive material of any kind.

Other items may be prohibited based on security staff discretion.

Please note: The visa application centre is unable to store prohibited items. Applicants should make other arrangements to store their belongings before they enter the visa application centre.

Please note the access to public areas of Visa Application Centres shall be restricted to Visa Applicants and any companions thereof, who are required to support the Visa Applicant, e.g. a companion may be required in the case of a disabled or infirm Visa Applicant or when the Visa Application is in respect of a minor or in need of a translator. Where these conditions do not apply - family, friends and agents may wait outside the visa application centre (VAC) entrance.

Data Protection Act

The Data Protection Act prevents the UK visas and immigration and VFS Global from providing information about a visa application to anybody other than the individual visa applicant or their authorised representative.