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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!
Talks of a global minimum tax have recently become a hot topic after several international players proposed it. In May both the USA and the OECD made mentions of such a tax, and in June the G7 made a commitment towards its introduction. However, Hungary is against it, for now.Read More
The Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs recently made an announcement that the Parliament has decided to raise the limit on the number of third-country nationals a foreign-owned Hungarian company can employ. But what does this mean for your company in Hungary?Read More
The EESZT app has now been updated for Android phones to incorporate the EU green pass as well. Both documents can be saved in the app, so you can show them for inspection even if you do not have internet connection.Read More
Starting from July, after 5.5 million people receive at least their first dose of a vaccine, pandemic related restrictions will again be relaxed.Read More
Even if the coronavirus pandemic hit the Hungarian real estate market hard, real estate investment remains a relatively safe bet, with the added benefit of granting you eligibility for residency.Read More
Foreigners living in Hungary without a TAJ number can make an appointment for vaccination online through the EESZT system. Select the date, the place, and your preferred vaccine (currently available: Pfizer, Sinopharm, and Sputnik).Read More
Similar to Hungary, now Bulgaria offers simplified naturalization to everyone who can prove that their parents, grandparents, or great-grandparents were Bulgarian citizens. In turn, Bulgarian citizenship lets you live and work anywhere in the EU, and gRead More
After 5 million people in Hungary have received at least their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine, the following restrictions have been relaxed as of 23 May, Sunday. At the same time, the state of emergency is extended at least until late September.Read More
Starting from 21 May, Hungarian citizens may apply for a Hungarian immunity card even if they were vaccinated abroad. In contrast, so far only vaccination in Hungary has been accepted.Read More
Recently a new mobile app has been developed to let you use your phone for an immunity certificate. Downloading and registering the app is not exactly straightforward, so let us guide you through the process.Read More