We kindly ask our Clients to contact the Consulate in Bern regarding your applications and questions between the period of 17 December and 30 December 2021.

 

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.