Important Note

The Home Affairs Department has set up Enquiry Hotline 2835 1473 for people under home quarantine in relation to novel coronavirus epidemic. The operating hours of the Hotline are from 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday except public holidays.

We remind you to stay vigilant to fraudulent phone calls and correspondence claiming to be from our office. We will not normally make calls to members of the public through the hotline. We will not make phone calls or write to members of the public to ask them to provide personal information or make any payment. As our hotline is operated by a central telephone system, the hotline number 2835 2500 will not be displayed. If you have any doubt, please contact our staff for verification or please call the Hong Kong Police Anti-Deception Coordination Centre 24-hour Anti-Scam Helpline 18222 for enquiry. For details, please browse the following press releases –

Press release dated 8 October 2019

Press release dated 26 July 2019

Press release dated 28 April 2017

Press release dated 5 April 2017

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Building a caring society

We will continue to proactively reach out to the community, listen to public views, understand people's aspirations and better serve our community. We will further strengthen interaction with the community through district visits and other existing channels. We will also continue to reflect back to the Administration the community's reactions, perceptions and aspirations. For further details on our contacts with the community, please visit the following links:

Activities Archive

It is Government policy to place people with disabilities in appropriate jobs wherever possible, a policy fully followed by the Home Affairs Department. To show its commitment to supporting the employment of people with disabilities, our Department has signed the Talent-Wise Employment Charter and joined the Inclusive Organisations Recognition Scheme. The charter seeks to engage employers of all trades and sectors in providing more internship and employment opportunities for people with disabilities, thereby unleashing those people’s potential, enabling their self-reliance, fostering social integration and building a caring and supportive society for all.

As at 31 March 2017, the Department had 70 civil servants with disabilities, representing 3.49% of the civil servants in our Department.