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TOPSHOT - In this photo taken in Hong Kong on June 3, 2020, Reese Tan, a 25-year old tutor, poses with his British National (Overseas), or BN(O), in his favorite part of the city and the place he would miss the most if he leaves, the bustling shopping and eating district of Mongkok. - Some 2.9 million people -- anyone born before 1997 -- are eligible for BN(O) status and Britain has said its citizenship plan will also include them. In recent weeks Hong Kongers have flocked to sign up, forming queues outside post offices and courier companies to send documents. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / TO GO WITH FOCUS: Limited British passport now all the rage for fearful Hong Kongers by Su Xinqi (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)

TOPSHOT - In this photo taken in Hong Kong on June 3, 2020, Reese Tan, a 25-year old tutor, poses with his British National (Overseas), or BN(O), in his favorite part of the city and the place he would miss the most if he leaves, the bustling shopping and eating district of Mongkok. - Some 2.9 million people -- anyone born before 1997 -- are eligible for BN(O) status and Britain has said its citizenship plan will also include them. In recent weeks Hong Kongers have flocked to sign up, forming queues outside post offices and courier companies to send documents. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / TO GO WITH FOCUS: Limited British passport now all the rage for fearful Hong Kongers by Su Xinqi (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)