The Hungarian Government has introduced in February the Immunity Certificate which is representing our freedom during the pandemic. With this little plastic card we can get back to our old lives but how can we get this magical ticket? The answer is below:
In our present article we will write about how a foreigners can get vaccination for Covid-19 in Hungary.
As you know, in our recent days only Hungarian citizens can register themselves for a governmental program to be vaccinated. The limited access is a problem not for just non-Hungarian citizens only, but the opportunity seems distant for younger Hungarian people as well.
In order to fill this big gap the Nemzetközi Oltóközpont Kft. (International Vaccination Center) promised the possibility of private vaccines for late March for an advance payment of 5.000 HUF. …
The European Commission will present a proposal on March 17 about creating an EU-wide digital vaccination passport in an attempt to revive the shattered travel and tourism sector by the end of June.
Development of the so-called Digital Green Pass was teased by European Commission (EC) president Ursula von der Leyen in a series of tweets. The aim is to provide proof that someone has been vaccinated, the results of rapid Covid-19 tests for people who have been unable to receive a vaccine yet, and information on Covid-19 recovery.
“The Digital Green Pass should facilitate Europeans’ lives. The aim is…
In this article we would like to provide guidance to employer’s who are considering employing third-country nationals in Hungary. It is not so difficult to get lost in the sea of legislation and one mistake can lead to a high amount penalty.
It is no longer a question that the labor shortage in the Hungarian market can be filled by workers from third countries outside the European Union. Furthermore, the recruitment costs of Hungarian workers and the fluctuation among them is pretty high considering they can change their workplace faster and easier.
First of all, the employer has to claim…
You can live and study in a country with a vibrant cultural life, among plenty of historical heritage where innovation meets tradition.
Obtaining a degree at a Hungarian university will give you an exceptional opportunity to acquire highly competitive knowledge and a unique international experience in the heart of Europe.
You can choose from various programmes taught in English, from the medical field to the branches of art studies, all degrees offered by the most famous Hungarian universities.
We have gathered for you in the followings the most prominent scholarship programs you can attend in Hungary:
Erasmus+ is the EU’s…
Short answer: it is worth it!
Hungary ranks above the average in work-life balance. According to the Economic Complexity Index, Hungary has a very high human development index and a skilled labour force, with the 13th lowest income inequality in the world.
Hungary’s economic success means the country can offer high employment standards, including good benefits, holiday pay, maternity pay and paid sick leave. …
Everything you need to know about the results of Brexit
Britain formally left the European Union in 2020 and British citizens, who previously have enjoyed freedom of movement in Europe will be visa-exempt third-country nationals.
After the 1st of January this year, U.K. nationals will be subject to the same 90-day rule as travelers of countries outside the EU. This means British citizens can stay within the Schengen Area for 90 days out of every 180, but after that, you must either apply for residence permit or visa.
The Hungarian Government established a very favorable transition period, U.K. nationals may…
Legislative background: Act I of 2007
· Who is an EEA citizen?
The citizens of Member States of the European Union and citizens of any State that is a party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area.
· Who is an EEA citizens family member?
A third-country national citizen who is
- the spouse of an EEA national;
- the direct descendants of an EEA national or their spouse descendants who are under the age of 21 years or are dependents;
- the dependent direct relatives in the ascending line of an EEA national or their spouse relatives;
The United Kingdom withdrew from the European Union on the 31st of January 2020. Regarding to the Withdrawal Agreement until the end of the transition period on the 31st of December 2020, UK citizens are considered EEA citizens.
Please be informed that UK nationals without a registration certificate are allowed to apply for this document until the 31st of December 2020.
From the 1st of January 2021 UK citizens and their family members who have been living in Hungary before the end of the transition period may obtain a national permanent residence permit without examining if they meet certain criteria…
Legislative background: 500/2020. (XI. 13.) Government Decree
The Hungarian government declared the state in danger because of the coronavirus pandemic on the 4th of November in 2020. Due to the new regulations the residence permits validation have been extended. Residence permits will be valid for another 30 days after the end of the state of the danger. In this regard they will be automatically extended if the period of their validity expires between the 4th of November in 2020 and the 7 th of February in 2021. The maximum date of validation will be the 9th of March 2021.
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