In our line of business, it is essential to stay up-to-date on regulations and trends, and to keep track of changes in immigration and corporate law. As a Helpers client, you will never miss out on an opportunity or experience delays because of outdated information.
Our news section contains articles on many topics that are of interest to our clients, including immigration law and programs, business and taxation news, as well as practical advice on various aspects of doing business and living in Hungary. Hope you’ll find it useful!
After pandemic related restrictions have been phased out (and have not been reintroduced over some time), the Hungarian government has determined that there is no more need for immunity cards, so they will not print any more of them.Read More
Hungarian trademark law has just been updated to better harmonize with EU regulations and other relevant Hungarian law. This means several small changes to the existing law, mostly with practical considerations, making the trademark registration process smoother than before.Read More
This year again, Hungary ranks in the Top 10 of the Henley Passport Index, making it one of the most desired passports around the world. Read on to learn what that means and how you can take advantage of it.Read More
The Hungarian Central Statistical Office has published the first results of the census conducted last fall in Hungary. The first data pertain to the number of people and homes.Read More
A new IT solution is planned to be introduced in Europe that is supposed to simplify the monitoring of who enters and leaves the EU. The Entry/Exit System, or EES for short, is planned to be implemented starting from May 2023, and it would replace the current passport stamping practice.Read More
Normally, you can verify your various documents with your signature. In online spaces, however, you need a different method. The AVDH function available through your Ügyfélkapu access provides just that, accepted by most Hungarian service providers.Read More
The Hungarian government has recently approved the National Digital Citizenship Program that aims at creating more accessible online administration spaces. The first strategic phase is set to start in 2023 and end in 2026.Read More
When you immigrate to Hungary, it is normal to bring your family. Your spouse and underage children can always join you with a procedure called family unification. That also applies to blended families and stepchildren.Read More
Flat-rate taxation (or “átalányadó”) is currently the most popular tax regime among freelancers with a relatively low annual revenue. It is not as straightforward as KATA, but it is still simple and low cost compared to other tax regimes.Read More
Are you an expat living, working, or doing business in Hungary? Then it is best if you keep an eye on changes to regulations in case any of them are relevant to you.Read More