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Hungary Visa Dubai – Know The Visa Requirements!

Hungary is one of the beautiful destinations that Europe has to offer. You would be so familiar with the name ‘Budapest’, a bustling city and the capital of Hungary but there are many things that you must check out apart from just the capital. This small country stands as home to many UNESCO sites, lakes, castles and many others. And the very reason that people fall absolutely in love with the country is the cultural heritage it has, over the years. Some of the top tourist attractions to visit in Hungary are Buda Castle, The Danube, Hungarian Parliament Building, The Hungarian Open Air Museum and many more. Visiting comes only next but the first thing that anyone should be concerned about is the visa, right? But what is the process to get the Hungary visa from Dubai?

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Hungary visa Dubai

Hungary is one of the countries where UAE citizens can travel without even worrying about the whole visa process as it lets you enter visa-free. But, for UAE residents, Yes! you need one. VFS Global will be handling all the visa process for the UAE residents either in Abu Dhabi or Dubai depending on where they need to apply.

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Hungary visa for UAE citizens

UAE citizens might not need a Hungary visa Dubai like how UAE residents do. But there are a few mandatory documents that they must carry along with them.

  • UAE passport with six months validity from the date of arrival back in the UAE.
  • The clear purpose of the visit
  • Financial proof

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Hungary visa for UAE residents

Find below the process of how to apply for Hungary visa Dubai if you are a UAE resident.

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How to apply for Hungary visa Dubai?

  • Be very clear about your purpose of visit and choose the right one. Choosing the wrong purpose will get your visa failed.
  • Download the application here and fill every detail that’s been asked for. An incomplete application will never be accepted. Also, kindly make sure you attach all the supporting documents required.
  • You can pay the visa fee directly at the centre using cash or card. It would approximately be around 300 AED.
  • Ensure you make it on the day of the appointment or do proper reschedule if you are not able to do. On the appointment day, submit the application, pay the fee and wait for 15 calendar days at least for the visa to be processed.
  • Meanwhile, you can give your VAC reference number and passport number and keep a track of your application here.
  • Collect the passport once you are notified.

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Documents required

  • A completely filled application form that should be signed by the applicant.
  • Recently taken passport size photos (no longer than 6 months) – Taken in a white background, a no-smile picture, 80% face coverage.
  • Original passport and a copy of it.
  • A cover letter.
  • UAE resident visa.
  • Return flight tickets and proof of accommodation in Austria or a letter from the local sponsor.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Financial proof.
  • If you are a minor applying for a visa, carry your parent’s passports and a letter from them are mandatory.

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Now that we have cracked the most important puzzle of how to get your Hungary visa in Dubai, it’s time that you start applying for it. You know how to apply, where to apply and what next? Planning your dream Hungary holiday, right? We will help you with that as well. Check out the Pickyourtrail website and look for some Hungary tour packages. In case of any queries, feel free to drop us a Whatsapp inquiry.

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