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Portuguese flag Embassy of Portugal in Budapest

AddressMom Park MFC 2
Alkotás Utca, nº 53 - 4º
H - 1126 Budapest
Hungary
Phonelocal: (01) 201.7617
international: +36.1.201.7617
Faxlocal: (01) 201.7619
international: +36.1.201.7619
Emailembport@budapeste.dgaccp.pt
HoursMonday - Thursday 9h00 - 17h00
Friday 9h00 - 14h00

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Frank Karlsen
Tue, 23 Apr 2013 10:07 EDT
Telephonenumber?
Hi, I just tried to call your number obove and I cant get through.
Could you please reply with the correct number?

Thanks!
Pedro Freitas
Wed, 26 Jan 2011 06:58 EST
Portuguese&Hungarian church and civil marriage help needed
Hello good afternoon
I am Portuguese and living in London since 2007.

My fiancée is Hungarian and we are planning to get married next year 2012. We want to marry by government civil in Hungary and the church wedding in Portugal.
I don't know what we need to do or papers do we need?! I red something like I have to live in the country for almost a month and then get married, in what caused me a big confusion as I belong to the UE country. I know I ll need a couple of certificates to do it so, but I don't know witch they are?

Would you please help me in this process ASAP?

Kindest regards

Pedro Freitas

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