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Inter Relocation Group celebrated its third Cartus Masters Cup Award nomination and received the Commitment to Excellence Gold Award at Cartus Corporation’s 2023 Global Network Conference, held virtually from September 20-21, 2023.

The Cartus Global Network represents Cartus’ industry-leading worldwide service provider network. Annually, Cartus acknowledges the outstanding achievements of the companies and individuals within the Network who have delivered exceptional service to its global clientele.

The theme for this year’s conference was “Where Mobility Meets Agility,” embodying the innovative, empathetic, and flexible approach of Cartus supplier partners in aiding relocating employees to navigate today’s dynamic mobility landscape.

Recognizing Demonstrable Dedication: The 3rd consecutive Cartus Masters Cup Nomination and the Commitment to Excellence Gold Award

Inter Relocation Group proudly received the Global Network Commitment to Excellence Gold Award in recognition of its outstanding service outcomes. This award honors a service provider’s demonstrable dedication to excellence and is bestowed upon Global Network service providers who have set themselves apart by attaining crucial performance benchmarks.

“Caring has always been integral to Cartus’ stringent criteria and performance standards for their Network providers,” said Stuart McAlister, Managing Director of Inter Relocation Group.

“We are thrilled to be a part of Cartus’ Global Network and to have earned this recognition, which acknowledges our team’s unwavering commitment to superior service and our ability to innovate in delivering that service within the evolving landscape of today’s relocation industry. As we celebrate our third nomination for the prestigious Cartus Masters Cup Award, we continue to deliver top-tier service for a seamless relocation experience.”

Inter Relocation reached a significant milestone this year, receiving many honours, including the Commitment to Excellence Gold Award

Inter Relocation reached a significant milestone this year, receiving many honours, including our third Cartus Masters Cup Award nomination and the Commitment to Excellence Gold Award

Exemplary Relocation Services by Inter Relocation:

At Inter Relocation, recipient of the Commitment to Excellence Gold Award, our unwavering commitment is to prioritize our clients’ needs. Our team of experts takes great pride in delivering tailored support, ensuring a smooth relocation journey.

With an in-depth understanding of the local market and swift, responsive communication, we keep our clients well-informed throughout the process, addressing any concerns and uncertainties promptly.

Eric Barnes, CFO and Senior Vice President of Supply Chain Management, remarked,

“Our supplier partners are exemplars of professionalism, dedication, innovation, and a commitment to excellence, and we take great pride in having such a robust network of providers who understand the significance of each relocation they facilitate.

When it comes to serving our Cartus clients and customers, Inter Relocation Group consistently delivers the highest level of service excellence. Congratulations on this well-deserved achievement.”


About Cartus

Cartus Corporation, a global leader in talent mobility and a subsidiary of Anywhere Real Estate Inc. (NYSE: HOUS), offers a comprehensive range of corporate relocation services to organizations worldwide, serving more than one-third of Fortune 100 companies and numerous small-to-mid-size program clients through their dedicated Cartus InsigniaSM segment.
For more information, please visit cartus.com and anywhere.re.

About Inter Relocation

Inter Relocation, established in March 2002, originated in Budapest as a relocation and immigration services provider. Starting with just three team members, we’ve grown into a team of 20 professionals. Founded by Stuart McAlister, a British expat, our client-focused approach reflects his firsthand knowledge of the challenges of relocation.

In 2003, we expanded internationally as the Inter Relocation Group, serving Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Poland. Today, our Budapest office serves as headquarters, and we proudly have franchise group members in 23 countries across CEE and Central Asia.

Our unwavering commitment is to provide award-winning, high-quality services while championing social responsibility, environmental sustainability, and ethical practices.

Our dedication to excellence has earned us numerous awards, including our third nomination for the prestigious Cartus Masters Cup Award, reinforcing our position as a trusted partner in the relocation industry.

We’re thrilled to announce that Inter Relocation has received a Silver EcoVadis rating.

The award recognizes our commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices, including initiatives to reduce energy consumption and promote eco-friendly transportation.

Our efforts include:

  • At Inter Relocation, we prioritize the well-being of our employees and the environment. To achieve this, we have implemented various policies and practices to create a flexible and inclusive workplace.
  • We offer remote work options and flexi-time to allow our employees to maintain a work-life balance that suits their needs.
  • We also conduct awareness training regarding diversity, discrimination, and harassment to ensure that all employees feel respected and valued in the workplace.
  • As part of our commitment to excellence, we regularly assess the performance of our employees at least once a year. This helps us identify areas for improvement and provide support and training to help our employees achieve their goals.
  • We also recognize the importance of protecting the environment and reducing our carbon emissions. To achieve this, we have invested in a fleet of electric vehicles that are used for local transportation of our employees around the city.
  • We have also implemented a recycling program for cardboard boxes, ink cartridges, and other office waste. This allows us to reuse these materials instead of throwing them away, reducing the waste sent to landfills and minimizing our impact on the environment.
  • At Inter Relocation, we uphold a standard policy on a majority of labor or human rights issues.

We are committed to treating all employees fairly and equally, regardless of their gender, race, religion, or any other characteristic. By implementing these policies and practices, we strive to create a workplace that is flexible, inclusive, and environmentally responsible.

Our company owner Stuart McAlister says, “Achieving a silver EcoVadis rating is a major milestone for any company. It demonstrates a commitment to sustainability and a willingness to take the necessary steps to improve and protect the environment.”

What is the EcoVadis Rating?

The EcoVadis Rating is a global rating platform that provides companies with an independent assessment of their environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance. The rating is based on a company’s performance across 21 CSR criteria, including climate change mitigation, water stewardship, human rights management and labour practices.

Companies are rated on a scale from Bronze to Platinum:

  • Bronze EcoVadis Rating: The company has demonstrated some commitment towards sustainability with good progress in some areas but room for improvement in others
  • Silver EcoVadis Rating: The company has made significant progress towards sustainability by addressing most issues raised during the previous assessment period or by addressing new issues raised within this period.

Why is the Silver EcoVadis Rating Important to us?

The EcoVadis rating is an important indicator of a company’s commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices. It helps customers, investors, and other stakeholders understand a company’s commitment to sustainability. It also helps companies track their progress over time.

Inter Relocation’s Commitment to Sustainability

At Inter Relocation, we are committed to sustainable business practices and responsible environmental stewardship. Our goal is to reduce our carbon footprint by using green technologies, reducing energy consumption and promoting eco-friendly transportation options.

We also support local communities through donations of used furniture, clothing and other household items that would otherwise be thrown away by those who move with us.

Our Team’s Hard Work and Dedication

This is an important milestone for us, and we want to thank our team members who have worked so hard to make this happen.

Our commitment to environmental sustainability goes beyond what is required by law or regulation. We strive for continuous improvement in all areas related to our impact on the planet, including energy use, waste management and recycling programs, water conservation efforts and more.

Our goal is always zero waste disposal through recycling or composting whenever possible; however there are times when disposing of certain materials cannot be avoided (such as hazardous materials). In these cases we ensure proper disposal occurs at certified facilities so they don’t end up harming people or animals in landfills where they could leach into groundwater supplies over time.”

What’s Next?

As a company, we’re committed to continuing our efforts to prioritize sustainability in all aspects of our operations. We want to monitor our progress over time and expand our initiatives to reduce our environmental impact. Our goal is not only to achieve an overall silver rating from EcoVadis but also get individual scores for each area they evaluate-including energy efficiency, waste management, water usage and more.

We’re proud to have received a Silver EcoVadis rating, which recognizes our commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices. We would like to thank EcoVadis for this recognition, as well as all of our clients who have helped us achieve it by choosing Inter Relocation for their relocation needs.



Inter Relocation is proud to announce that it was named winner of the Cartus Global Network Commitment to Excellence Platinum Award for its exceptional service results, the highest level of award a supplier can achieve through service performance.

This award recognizes a supplier’s measurable commitment to excellence and is presented to Global Network service providers who have distinguished themselves by achieving critical performance metrics. To achieve Commitment to Excellence Platinum Award, the partner must achieve an average overall satisfaction score exceeding 95% over a 12-month period.

Owner and Managing Director, Stuart McAlister commented

“I am extremely proud that this year not only have we shown such a consistently high level of service quality to warrant a Cartus Commitment to Excellence Platinum Award, but that for a second time we were nominated for the Cartus Masters Cup. We have dealt with an unprecedented level of business over the last twelve months, so to do so while maintaining such a high standard of quality is truly exceptional. I congratulate my entire team for this achievement.”

About Inter Relocation

Inter Relocation was founded in March 2002. It is a provider of relocation destination services and immigration compliance in Budapest, Hungary. The company was established with three full-time members of staff and has since grown to sixteen staff members.

In addition, in 2003 the international side of the company, called the Inter Relocation Group. From humble beginnings with the company offering relocation services in Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Poland. Inter Relocation now boasts franchise group members in twenty-two countries across Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia. The Budapest office acts as the group headquarters.

The Inter Relocation Group has achieved Cartus’ highest award for customer service, the Commitment to Excellence Platinum Award five times already. This award was given for its exceptional service results, the highest level award a supplier can achieve through service performance. In addition, this award recognizes a supplier’s measurable commitment to excellence and is presented to Global Network service providers who have distinguished themselves by achieving critical performance metrics.

We would like to give you a short update on the changes to the regulations relating to protective measures connected to the pandemic. The current regulations have been extended until 19.04.2021 and we expect though that this deadline will be further extended.

When planning to enter Hungary you need to keep in mind the regulations posted on our blog.
Here are the in-country regulations that have been introduced or modified, after the government of Hungary stated that its target of giving the first vaccination dose to 2.5 million had been reached.

Curfew is now between 22:00 and 05:00 hours.

Restrictions on services are now terminated, premises that deliver services requiring personal presence no longer have to be closed and services can be provided and utilized; though the obligatory closing time for such businesses is between 21:30 and 05:00.

Exception: for restaurants and cafés the restrictions are unchanged, they can only offer purchases for takeout or delivery only.

Shops need to undertake though observance of the below restrictions. Shops which do not undertake such measures shall remain closed.

Restrictions to be maintained:

  • For every 10 sqm of the shopping area one customer is allowed.
  • The operator of the shop must indicate at the entrance the number of customers allowed into the shop.
  • Operators of shops and of shopping malls must ensure compliance with the protective measures.
  • Operators of shops must ensure that customers queueing keep 1.5m distance (except for members of the same household); hand sanitizers are available for use and surfaces and carts, baskets are disinfected regularly.
  • In counting customers, children under 14 and helpers of people above 65 and of people with disabilities are not considered.
  • Shops without a designated shopping area must ensure that people queueing outside keep 1.5 m distance.
  • Customers are asked to keep distance in shops and complete shopping in the possible shortest time.
  • Outside of shops in shopping malls everybody is obliged to keep 1.5 m distance (except for members of the same household).
  • Operators of shopping malls shall ensure compliance with the restrictions.

For further information please, contact us at the following
Phone number: +36 1 278 5680
Email address: [email protected]

or contact your local Inter Relocation consultant.

In our latest article titled Regulations introduced concerning business and economy related travels issued on 12nd March among others we have informed you about a list of countries from where Hungarian citizens and citizens/90+ day residents can enter for business purpose.

This list has been now extended with the following countries:

  • Azerbajian
  • Georgia
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kirgisistan
  • Uzbegistan
Currently the state of emergency is declarted to end on 22nd May, so we assume that the shared entry regulations will remain in force until that date, too. Should there be a change, we will inform you.
For further information please, contact us at the following
Phone number: +36 1 278 5680
Email address: [email protected]

or contact your local Inter Relocation consultant.

Please find below a summary about the regulations introduced concerning business and economy related travels. At the moment they are claimed to be valid till 16th March 2021, though please note, that the period can be extended any time.

Hungarian citizens returning from business or economy related trips may enter Hungary according to general restrictions applicable to Hungarian citizens.

Hungarian citizens may enter Hungary without any restrictions if the purpose of their travel was business or economy related, and the fact is proven upon return, if they travelled to/are returning from

  1. EU member states
  2. EEA member states,
  3. states having status of free movement and residence identical to that of EEA member states based on international agreement
  4. EU membership candidate states (Albania, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey)
  5. UK
  6. other countries listed in the decree of the minister of external economic relations and external affairs

Should any doubt arise with respect to the authenticity of the proof of the travel purpose, then the general restrictions apply.

Non-Hungarian citizens may generally enter Hungary according to previous restrictions, with the exceptions below.

If a Non-Hungarian citizen is the citizen of the states listed above, or is entitled to a stay of more than 90 days in one of those states, and is entering from one of those states, and the purpose of entry to Hungary is a business or economy related purpose, to be proven upon entry, they may enter Hungary without restrictions.

Should any doubt arise with respect to the authenticity of the proof of the travel purpose, the general restrictions apply.

The decree of the minister of external economic relations and external affairs lists countries that supplement the list above, from which Hungarian citizens and citizens/90+ day residents of which may can freely enter from business trips, these countries are:

  1. USA
  2. Bahrein
  3. UAE
  4. India
  5. Indonesia
  6. Israel
  7. Japan
  8. China
  9. South Korea
  10. Russia
  11. Singapore
  12. Turkey
  13. Ukraine

This time in our article we would like to shed light on the regulations effective as of Monday, 8th March 2021.

Please be aware, that previous regulations on protective measures remain in place. The new restrictions are in addition to those, for the periods outside of the curfew period (i.e. for the period between 5 AM and 8 PM).

Please note though that regulations are not applicable to public health providers and wholesale activities.

Social contacts in public areas and places open to public must be restricted to the possible narrowest circle, 1.5 m distance must be kept (except for members of the same household).

Continuous wearing of masks covering the nose and mouth is obligatory within city limits of settlements, on streets and public areas. (People exempt from the mask mandate: minors under six, persons suffering from mental, psychosocial disability or autism spectrum disorder.

Personal leisure sporting activities may be conducted within and outside of city limits, possibly in green areas, alone or in the company of members of the same household, keeping a distance of 1.5 m. During personal sporting activities a mask does not need to be worn. Parks, public gardens are open.

There has been uncertainty about what shops can remain open, please find the list below:

  • shops selling daily consumer food products,
  • shops selling other daily consumer goods (especially shops selling perfume products, drugstore products, household cleaning products, chemicals and hygienic paper products),
  • shops selling essential devices and materials for performance of work, official obligations, economic, agricultural and forestry activities (especially shops selling vehicles, machinery, parts, building materials and devices), excluding shops selling consumer electronics devices as their main activity
  • shops selling animal food
  • agricultural shops, including shops selling fertilizers and slaughterhouses
  • gardening shops and nursery gardens
  • markets and local farmers’ markets, except for shops otherwise required to close
  • shops selling medications, medical devices, optical and vision devices, and animal pharmacies
  • petrol stations
  • national tobacco shops
  • newsstands

Shops not listed above are obliged to close and the operator or manager of the shop is obliged to ensure the observation of the restrictions.

Stay in restaurants is allowed for the time and purpose of receiving and transporting foods suitable for takeout, according to the already existing regulations.

Premises requiring personal presence for providing services must close, except for premises offering the below services:

  • financial services
  • traffic and transport services
  • private healthcare services, including preparation of glasses
  • social services
  • postal, parcel and home delivery services
  • lottery and sports bets services
  • vehicle repair services, agricultural and industrial machinery repair services, household machinery repair services, building engineering services,
  • services for the repair of information technology and communication devices
  • funeral services
  • animal health services
  • animal, plant and food health laboratory services
  • food processing services,
  • public catering services,
  • animal husbandry services
  • legal services
  • security services
  • building operation and office services
  • vehicle and machinery rental services
  • washing and cleaning services

Casinos, hotels, sporting facilities cannot be attended, visiting of and staying at casinos and card game halls is forbidden (except for their employees). For stays at hotels the already existing restrictions are applicable, i.e. for business purposes only.

Ice rinks, swimming pools, gyms and fitness rooms, sporting facilities may be visited according to already existing restrictions, for competitive sportspeople for the purposes of training and competitions.


Compliance with the restrictions is monitored jointly by the police and the army. Premises not following the set regulations may be asked to pay a fine between HUF 100,000 and HUF 1,000,000, and can be imposed repeatedly or even closed down for up to one year.

These sanctions can be applied jointly and repeatedly.

The sanctions may not be applied if the operator or manager of the premises carried out all necessary measures to terminate an illegal situation, especially by instructing the person committing a breach to leave, or notifying police if the person does not leave upon instruction.

No appeal is available against the fines.

Failure to comply with restrictions is also a misdemeanor, to be sanctioned with fines between HUF 5,000 and HUF 500,000, with on-site fines ranging from HUF 5,000 to HUF 100,000 or HUF 200,000 in cease of repeated offences. 

  • Further to the above, there are restrictions in public education as well, schools operate in a digital schedule, kindergartens are closed for an extraordinary holiday.
  • Student hostels operate according to the decision of the director of the education institution.
  • Adult education is conducted digitally in remote education. Exams cannot be conducted.
  • Professional legal exams are conducted according to the relevant decree of the Ministry of Justice.
  • Employees in public administration perform their work remotely at their homes or places of residence, with their own devices.

Work at the regular workplace might be ordered for those participating in the defense against the pandemic and where the type of work does not allow the performance of work at home.

Orders for remaining at the workplace are communicated verbally.

The government requests private actors to prefer the application of home office measures during their business activities.

Border control, extension of restrictions – please read our other article about the restrictions here.

Regulations are valid at least until 22nd March 2021, school closings until 7th April 2021.

At the same time, the effect of the regulations is extended automatically until the end of the emergency regime, or until 23rd May 2021.

Border control and the effect of already existing restrictions are prolonged until 22nd March 2021.

It’s only 19th January 2021 as I write this short article and I believe I have spoken to more than 20 members of the UK expat community, both before and after midnight on 31st December, when us Brits completed our journey out of the EU.

What started out as curiosity to see what the process would be this year, rapidly developed into confusion and in some few cases satisfaction as I was variously asked about a horribly long and complex process, whether a CV or negative criminal record document would be required, to the happy folk who contacted me just to let me know that they had succeeded in making their applications in the first week of January.

As I believe I’m the only owner of an immigration compliance company in Hungary who is also a UK citizen, you could say I have a vested interest in this subject and for the past couple of weeks I’ve asked a range of expat Facebook group members and email enquirers to hold off, while my immigration team put together my application and submit it, hopefully this week.

Based on the preparation my immigration team has done, we have put together a text that should allow anyone who wants to, to complete the process alone. Of course if anyone does want our professional support then they can contact us at [email protected] and we will happily take the stress out of the process. The following is what we have put together:

National Permanent Residence Permit for UK citizens holding a registration certificate or permanent residence card on 31.12.2020

Documents needed:

  • Passport
  • Registration card or permanent residence card
  • Address card

Additional required personal data:

  • Email and phone number
  • Mother’s maiden family name
  • Mother’s first name
  • Your professional qualification
  • Highest level of education (high school degree, BA, BSC, MA etc.)
  • Permanent address before coming to Hungary (country, city and street)
  • Beginning of uninterrupted lawful residence in Hungary:
  • Hungarian address
  • Have you ever been convicted of any crime?: yes/no
  • Is there any criminal proceeding in progress against you before a Hungarian or foreign authority?: yes/no
  • In addition to the above, have you been convicted by a Hungarian authority for violation of law, especially for offence?: yes/no
  • Have you already been expelled from Hungary or from other countries?: yes/no
  • Do you have any debt in your homeland or in another country?: yes/no
  • Do you have a maintenance obligation (parent, child, spouse)?: yes/no
  • Are you aware of suffering from HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B, lues, leprosy, typhoid fever infectious diseases requiring treatment, or do you carry the pathogens of HIV, hepatitis B, typhoid fever or paratyphoid fever?: yes/no

This is the data marked compulsory to fill on the Enter Hungary platform in order to submit an application, but according to the authority a new application form will be created by them most likely containing even less information.

As of Friday 15th January, this was on the government website:

‘The online application platform specifically provided for the beneficiaries of the Withdrawal Agreement on the online application system ‘Enter Hungary’ is currently under development, we kindly request your patience until it is available.

Submitting an application for a national permanent residence permit or a residence permit for frontier workers is available on Enter Hungary until the above mentioned platform is available.’ (link)

The following are instructions about how to enter the government site and submit your application.

The request can be submitted via the Enter Hungary online platform. The platform can be accessed via this link:https://enterhungary.gov.hu/eh/ and can be set to English.   Please kindly click on the ‘sign in’ option in the top right corner. When registering, the ‘I act as a private individual, in my own case’ should be chosen when submitting one’s own application.

Detailed guide after logging in

After logging in, you should go to my cases menu option and click on the green ‘new application’ button, where the following category should be chosen: permanent residence permit (settlement) then Application for EC/national permanent residence permit (settlement).

When submitting an application for a national permanent residence permit, the ‘yes’ option should be selected at the ‘I declare that the procedure is exempt of fee’ section.

Then the above-mentioned personal data should be filled to the data sheet and moving on, the abbreviation ‘WA’ should be indicated in the data field for ‘DETAILED CV’.

The following documents should be submitted in the file attachments possibility:

  • Passport (only the data page)
  • Registration certificate
  • Address card
  • In case applicable: power of attorney

After submitting the application, the system will generate an application form that should be signed and then the scanned document must be uploaded to the case. This application form should be present at the personal attendance as well as in other cases, the authority asks for the original.

There is a compulsory personal attendance at the authority that must happen within 15 CALENDAR days from the date of submitting the application. According to the information from the authority, this can happen at any given customer service, but only with an appointment due to the current COVID measures.

This is only an appointment where the applicant’s biometrics data (fingerprint and photo) will be taken. Passport, registration certificate, address card and the signed application form should be present in original.

Again, if this seems too much to handle, or if you are not sure you qualify, don’t panic! Just drop us a line at [email protected] and I or one of my team will be happy to assist you.

By Stuart McAlister,
Managing Director, Inter Relocation

The new Hungarian law relating to Brexit has now been published. Hereby we are sharing a summary of how this law impacts UK citizens:

For UK citizens and their third country citizen relatives, due to Brexit, for residence and employment procedures started after 1st January 2021 – with the exception of circumstances listed below – Immigration compliance laws related to Non-EU/EEA citizens shall be applied.

Registration cards, permanent residence cards

UK citizens’ registration cards, permanent residence cards, third country relatives’ residence cards and permanent residence cards are considered to be valid until end of next year, 31st December 2021.

Permanent residence

UK citizens and their third country citizen relatives holding a valid travel document, and a registration card, residence card or permanent residence card may apply for a national settlement (permanent residence) permit in a simplified procedure during the course of 2021.

The following conditions are not investigated during the application:

  • place of residence and income
  • health insurance
  • uninterrupted three-year prior residence
  • one-year stay (as a supported ancestor)
  • two-year marriage with a Hungarian citizen (for spouse)
  • previous Hungarian citizen
  • minor child of settled person or refugee
  • settlement being in harmony with the interest of Hungary

Those applications where the applicant’s residence threatens public or national security or are under entry or stay ban, or ISIS warning notification about them in the police system, will be rejected.

  • Same applies if the applicant provides false data, makes untrue statements, or deceives the authority.
  • Citizens having a criminal record will not receive a settlement permit either.
  • Adjoint authorities participating in the decision-making procedure must provide their opinion within 15 days.

Good news for British citizens who can credibly prove that they were living in Hungary prior to 1st January 2021, but do not hold a registration card yet. They may still request a national settlement permit.

Residence permit for employment

UK citizens having an employment relationship in Hungary prior to 31.12.2020, if the employment relationship is still existing at the time of submitting the request, and if their place of residence or accommodation is outside of Hungary, may request a residence permit for employment without the investigation of the following conditions:

  • accommodation in Hungary
  • financial cover
  • health insurance/cover

The above is applicable to those, who had been conducting a private enterprise in Hungary, allowing them a residence permit for gainful purposes.

The above two types of requests may be submitted until 31st March 2021.

For further information please, contact us at the following
Phone number: +36 1 278 5680
Email address: [email protected]
or contact your local Inter Relocation consultant.

Prolongation of the validity of official documents under the second state of emergency as per Government Decree 500/20201.

  1. Prolongation of the validity of official documents

  • Official documents (IDs) issued by Hungarian authorities and valid in Hungary that expire during the state of emergency shall have an extended validity.
  • These will expire 60 days after the end of the state of emergency.
  • This includes also documents whose validity had been prolonged at the end of the previous state of emergency and would expire during the present state of emergency, that is, they are prolonged as well.
  • Validity of driver’s licenses for vehicles is especially included in the prolongation.
  • The extended validity does not have to be registered in the document itself or the central registry.
  • If such a prolonged validity document is lost, it may not be replaced (that is, then a new document has to be issued with a new date of validity).
  • The validity of residence permits under the law on residence of persons with the right of free movement (Szmtv, Act I of 2007), and the law on residence of third country citizens (Harmtv., Act II of 2007) that expire during the state of emergency is extended until 30th day following the end of the state of emergency.

For further information please, contact us at the following

Phone number: +36 1 278 5680
Email address: [email protected]
or contact your local Inter Relocation consultant.