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Hong Kong Immigration Department

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Immigration Department, 1988-1997

Department flag, 1988-1997
[Immigration Department] by Martin Grieve
Source: Michel R. Lupant, Flags of Hong Kong

Badge Detail
[Immigration Department] by Martin Grieve


Immigration Department, since 1997

Department flag, 1997-
[Immigration Department] by Martin Grieve

Badge Detail
[Immigration Department] by Martin Grieve

As a note, the emblem, with a jet aero plane flying over, and a ship sailing under the Tsing Ma Bridge -- The longest vehicle/railway suspension bridge in the world, clearly symbolized the three way of immigration for which the Department is responsible.
John Ma, 20 July 2003


Note that the wreath is the same as that of the police. Before 1997 the police and fire service had similar badges (crown, badge or crest inside a wreath, scroll below), which became the pattern for most uniformed services in Hong Kong post-1997. The bridge in this badge is that of Tsing Ma Bridge (linking the new airport to the city), with a bus, a ship and an airplane.
Miles Li, 20 July 2003