We get a lot of questions on how to immigrate to Europe from India. If you are moving to Europe, your perfect choice is Hungary. This beautiful, centrally located country in Europe offers low living and business costs with great public safety and friendly climate as well as good international schools and English-speaking universities. The low taxes (9% corporate tax, 16% dividend tax), the easy business setup and immigration solutions all make Hungary an ideal destination. Moreover, Hungary also offers company formation and residency options to all nationalities, while Hungarian residency grants visa-free travel in the Schengen zone in Europe.
There are several ways of obtaining a Hungarian resident permit, either temporary or permanent. You may come to Hungary as a student, or as a businessman setting up a Hungarian company, finding employment, or following your spouse with a dependant visa. The procedure depends on what you want to base your application, so it is worth to consult an expert well in advance, or even ask for their assistance in the process.
Apart from the resident permit, you will need several official documents to immigrate to Europe from India and start your life in Hungary: a work permit, a social security card, a tax number. You might also want to open a bank account or register your address. For all these procedures, it is well worth asking for expert assistance – either you are a student, a businessman, or an HR specialist planning to employ a foreigner. This way you can save yourself a lot of time, effort, stress, and costly detours.
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