We kindly ask our Clients to contact the Consulate in Bern regarding your applications

and questions between 26 July and 9 August 2021 due to summer holiday.

 

Consulate of Hungary in Geneva

 

Consul:

Lenke Szászfalvi-Farkas 

 

Consular district:

Cantons of Geneva, Vaud and Wallis

 

The consulate offers the following services:

- protection of interests of Hungarian citizens

- legalisation of signatures copy and translation

- provisional private passport (We kindly ask our Clients - until further notice- to bring a color, passport sized 3,5 x 4,5 cm photo meeting the ICAO specifications)

- civil status certificate

- request for extract of civil status certificate

- certificate of no criminal record

- registration and activation of governmental client gate

 

Consular fees

You can pay exclusively by debit/credit card (with the exception of Post Finance) during the administration.

 

Address and contact:

Address: Rue du Grand-Pré 66. (6th floor), CH-1202 Geneva

Telephone: +41-22-908-06-26

E-mail: consulate.gva@mfa.gov.hu

 

Opening hours:

Please note that consular services are available by appointment (telephone/e-mail) only.

-in person (by appointment only): Tuesday, Thursday 09:00-12:00; Wednesday 14:00-16:00

-by telephone: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 14:00-16:00; Wednesday, Friday 09:00-12:00

 

Attention!

Mandatory use of face mask during the administration.

In case of delay you might be asked to book a new appointment and come back later.

We are only able to let the person in who is directly involved in the administration (an adult can accompany a minor).

Please use the hand sanitizer.

 

 

 

The consulate remains closed on the following holidays (as in Hungary and in Geneva Canton):

- 1 January – New Year’s Day

- 15 March – Memorial Day of the 1848/1849 Revolution and Freedom Fight)

- Good Friday

- Easter Monday

- 1 Mai – May Day

- Ascension Day

- Whit Monday

- 1 August – Swiss National Day

- 20 August – Hungarian National Day

- Jeûne genevois

- 23 October – Memorial day of the 1956 Revolution and Freedom Fight

- 1 November – All Saints Day

- 25 December – Christmas I.

- 26 December – Christmas II.