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Hungary Residency and Citizenship

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The Hungarian Immigration Programs provide an opportunity for third country nationals (non-European Union citizens) to acquire temporary / permanent resident status in Hungary through investing in Special Hungarian Government Bonds or establishing an operating business in Hungary.

The two options that will lead to Hungarian residency and eventual citizenship are:

- Government bonds investment: a safe and state-guaranteed investment of EUR 300,000 to be returned at the end of the 5-year term, applicants of all nationalities can obtain permanent resident permits with only a single visit to Hungary. Click here to read more on the program

- Establishing a business: Hungary offers temporary and permanent residence permits to business owners who take an active role in their company as directors. To start the business immigration procedure, we need to set up a Hungarian company and prepare all the documents needed to insure a successful application. Once the director has his permit, the spouse and children can also apply for family unification. Click here to read more on the program

Benefits for temporary residence:

- Government-approved investment in bonds special exemption from physical residence is applied to the main applicant and all qualifying family members

- Fast application process. All qualifying applicants receive a Hungarian ID for temporary residency (TR) in less than three months, giving them the right to travel freely throughout the Schengen zone.

Benefits for permanent residence:

- A single application process for the main applicant and all qualifying family members, without a required trip to Hungary

- A fast and facilitated application process for permanent residency. Applicants and their family members can apply for permanent residency just six months after receiving their TR cards

- Inclusion of dependents under 18 at the time of PR application approval

- Free movement throughout the Schengen zone

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