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Welcome to the official website of Nigerian Embassy Budapest PDF Print

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Public Holidays in 2020 PDF Print

The Embassy would be closed to the general public on the following dates:

Eid Al Fitr : Monday, 25th May 2020 
Eid Al Fitr : Tuesday, 26th May2020 
Whit Monday : Monday, 1st June 2020 
Democracy Day : Friday, 12th June 2020 
Id el Kabir: Friday, 31st July 2020 (Tentative date and subject to change)
St. Stephen's Day: Thursday, 20th August 2020
St. Stephen's Day(Extra Holiday): Friday, 21st August 2020 
Nigeria's Independence Day: Thursday, 1st October 2020   
1956 Revolution Memorial Day: Friday, 23rd October 2020   
Id el Maulud: Thursday, 29th October 2020
Christmas Eve: Thursday, 24th December 2020 
Christmas Day: Friday, 25th December 2020 
 
 
   
  
 

 
Shortcuts PDF Print

Visa and Consular Appointment Booking

Letter of Introduction for Passport Renewal

Information regarding fraud and scam related cases

Scam Alert

 

 
Public Notice PDF Print
Reopening of Embassy
The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Hungary reopened to general public on Monday, 18th May 2020. Our new opening hours will be 10am-4pm. In order to contain the spread of the virus and safeguard your health, new protocols have been put in place for those visiting the Embassy and for the services we provide. These protocols will be with effect from 18th May 2020 and will remain indefinitely. If you require a service from the Embassy, please call +3612122021 or +3612122022 or send an email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it and we will advise on the steps of visiting the Embassy. 

Closure of Nigerian Airports
The Nigerian Government shut all international airports in the country on the 23rd of March for an initial period of one month. Following the one month completion, the airport closure was extended by two weeks. On May 6th, the closure was extended for another 4 weeks. Visa services will remain suspended until the airports are open.