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[Important Notice]

Dear applicants,

We regret to inform you that TLScontact will no longer be accepting visa applications on behalf of the Hungarian missions in China.

  • Visa Application Centres in Changsha, Guangzhou, Fuzhou, Jinan, Hangzhou, Kunming, Nanjing, Shenzhen, Shenyang, Wuhan and Xi’an will be closing on the 10th of August.
  • Visa Application Centres in Beijing and Shanghai will be closing on the 15th of August.

Receipt of the postal applications has been discontinued. If you have already registered online to apply by post and have paid your fees, please send your application to TLScontact Visa Application Centre as soon as possible.

We advise you to contact the Embassy or Consulates of Hungary in Shanghai and Chongqing in order to receive guidance on where you can lodge your visa application after the closing dates.

All applicants who are currently expecting their passport to be returned from the diplomatic missions will have a possibility to pick up the passport at the TLScontact Visa Application Centres until the 15th of September. If you have purchased courier return service, your passport will be shipped to you.

 

3.4 What are the requirements for the bank statement?

 

Bank statements are supporting documents for a visa application.

Bank statements general requirements:

•     The bank statement should be provided by a bank.

•     Statements from all types of banks for all accounts (except credit card accounts) are accepted.

•     Bank statements should be provided in A4 format.

•     The bank statement requires a stamp from the bank if the statement is printed from a card. If the statement is printed or copied from a deposit book, a stamp is not necessary. In this case, the original deposit book has to be presented to the visa application centre.

•     If the applicant’s parents or an applicant himself is a corporate representative of a company, the applicant needs to provide personal bank statement and a bank statement under the company’s name.

•     The bank statement should cover the full account history for the last 3 months to meet the minimum requirements of the consulate. If the history is incomplete the applicant should provide an explanation letter containing information on why this is the case.

•     The applicant can provide extra documents to prove additional financial resources, for instance stock or fund accounts.

•     Please note: a bank statement is not the original bank certificate of deposit. Bank statements must show the exact dates for depositing and withdrawing money.

•     The name of the applicant must clearly appear on the bank statement. The name of the applicant should be printed by the bank — if it is handwritten by the applicant, it does not meet the general requirements. Students who want to provide bank statements from the person they are financially dependent on should make sure that the name of the account owner is printed on the document.

•     It is favourable if the salary or pension items are clearly listed on the bank statement.

Employer’s bank statements

Bank statements general requirements:

•     The bank statement should be provided by a bank.

•     Statements from all types of banks for all accounts (except credit card accounts) are accepted.

•     Bank statements should be provided in A4 format.

•     The bank statement requires a stamp from the bank if the statement is printed from a card.

•     The bank statement should cover the full account history for the last 3 months to meet the minimum requirements of the consulate. If the history is incomplete the applicant should provide an explanation letter containing information on why this is the case.

•     Please note: a bank statement is not the original bank certificate of deposit. Bank statements must show the exact dates for depositing and withdrawing money.

•     The name of the employer must clearly appear on the bank statement. The name of the employer should be printed by the bank.

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