Hungarian Residency Bond Program
The best offer for families
Hungarian Residency Bond Program offers Hungarian permanent residency under preferential conditions for non-EU nationals willing to invest into government residency bonds.
What makes the Residency Bond Program the best?
|LIFELONG||You get a lifetime permanent residence permit which is actually a Schengen visa.|
|FOR YOUR FAMILY||Your spouse and your minor children are also included in the Program free of charge.|
|LOW COST||It actually costs EUR 50,000 for the whole family (say, EUR 17/person/month for a family of five).|
|FREE MOVEMENT||You can travel within Schengen countries without visa and border control.|
|PERSONAL SAFETY||Hungary is a safe country.|
|SAFE INVESTMENT||You invest in Hungarian government bonds. You pay EUR 300,000 to take part in the Program, and you will get back EUR 250,000 after 5 years|
|BUSINESS IN EUROPE||Hungary is a springboard for European business.|
Do you want to obtain a lifetime Schengen visa for your whole family?
Hungarian Residency Bond Program is getting popular: number of residence permits issued increases constantly.
While only 75 residency bonds were bought in September, 430 bonds were sold by the end of 2013.
Based on the information provided by the competent Hungarian authority i.e. the Hungarian Debt Management Agency (“ÁKK Zrt.”) until the end of April 2014 the ÁKK Zrt. has purchased 703 Residency Government Bonds. Hungarian authorities hope that the trend will continue in 2014 as well.
Hungary is looking to attract new investors
In line with current trends, Hungary is looking to attract new investors from across the world by offering them various benefits and incentives.
This is why the Hungarian Parliament adopted a unique Residency Bond Program in late 2012. The program offers Hungarian permanent residency under preferential conditions for non-EU nationals willing to invest into government residency bonds.
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Based on the feedback we have received, this investment option has stirred the interest of numerous investors and would attract many third-country nationals to Hungary, since the residence permit would allow its owner not only to enter Hungary, but also to travel to any country in the Schengen Area without a visa.
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