Business Immigration Services
Immigration to Hungary
Immigration is built upon a system of complex and difficult legal rules. It is difficult for non-experts to fully understand the law and identify the best immigration strategy to pursue. VJT & Partners’ immigration lawyers handle all aspects of business immigration cases, advising medium to high-net worth foreign individuals and multinational corporations.
Hungary’s immigration policy makes a number of immigration options available to third-country nationals seeking temporary or permanent residence in Hungary. In line with current trends, both the EU and Hungary want to attract new investors by offering them various benefits and incentives.
In an attempt to encourage foreign investment in Hungary, the Government aims to provide new benefits and has preferential immigration categories for business investors.
Benefits of Hungarian Residency
Situated in the heart of Europe, Hungary’s location and mild climate offers its residents an active, varied and an affordable lifestyle. In addition, the post-secondary education has a reputation for its high quality, with Hungarian degrees widely accepted across the EU. Hungarian residents are allowed free-movement. The costs of acquiring immigration residence permits are relatively low in Hungary and have a large number of benefits.
This is highlighted by the act allowing for medium and high net worth 'investor residency' in Hungary. This offers permanent residency under preferential conditions for non-EU nationals willing to invest into government residency bonds. Read more about the Investor Residency Bond Program.
"Best Immigration Law Firm – Hungary" Award to VJT & Partners
Acquisition International Magazine is issued in the UK and deals with global legal, financial and investment affairs. It has been awarding the greatest law firms in different sectors all around the world since 2010. The process of electing the awarded firm is based upon the votes of their readers who are clients of the law firms at the same time and on the opinion of experts.
VJT & Partners has been dealing with immigration law for years and became an expert on immigration, which is also proven by the winning of this award. VJT & Partners has also developed expertise in Hungarian Business Entrepreneur Program that offers non-EU nationals the possibility to set up business in Hungary, and to obtain Hungarian temporary residence permit.
“This award is a great honour for us, because it is the recognition of the efforts we made to meet all the requirements of our clients. We are really pleased to see that our value-based work has bore fruit and we get a lot of positive feedbacks from our clients.” says Gábor Hacsi Head of Immigration Team at VJT & Partners.
Main Contact: Gábor Hacsi
Gábor has specialised in immigration law. As head of VJT & Partners' Immigration Team, he is one the most respected Hungarian immigration lawyers. During his years of legal practise, Gabor has advised a number of foreign clients in various legal immigration matters. It has to be highlighted that he has gained a firm knowledge in the Investor Residency Bond Program and that is why he is well appreciated by our clients who seek Hungarian residency under the Program. Furthermore, he has been involved in various other immigration matters aiming at acquiring residence permits based on gainful activity, Schengen visas, Hungarian ID documents etc. and he also provided legal assistance in dealing with the Hungarian national health insurance organization on behalf of our foreign clients wishing to reside in Hungary. Gábor has also been helping our clients obtaining Hungarian citizenship through simplified naturalization procedure.
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The article is written by Tamás Wiedemann, appeared in the Hungarian daily newspaper "Magyar Nemzet" on 13th November 2012. English translation by Barbara Szabó.
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