CONSULAR/VISA FEE

New Consular & Immigration Fee

Pursuant to the Regulation of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia No. 45 of 2016 on  the Types and Fees of Non-Tax State Revenue prevailing in the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, the Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia for Hungary  has issued Decree No. 04/SK/KP/I/2017 on the Consular and Immigration Fees that will be applied starting from 6 January 2017 at the Indonesian Embassy in Budapest

The list of new consular and immigration fees, please click here

Information of Consular Account Number :

Bank                 : Magyar Kulkereskedelmi Bank (MKB)

Address           : 1051 Budapest, Szent Istvan ter 11

Swift Code       : MKKBHUHB

IBAN                  : HU62 – 1030 – 0002 5011 8436 – 7106 4011

Account No.    : 5011 8436 – 7106 4011

 

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