Learn about the latest in relocation news here.

Like any other industry, the relocation business is subject to change as trends ebb and flow. Movement of individuals is dependent on business regulations, general trends of migration, and country development. Here you can learn about the latest in relocation news and regulations in order to stay up to date and informed for any move you plan on making.

As well as general news, learn specifically about Inter Relocation here. Hear about what our company and employees have been up to. At Inter Relocation we provide award winning services across the CEE region that are certified by the EU and widely recognised as the best in the region. Here you can view interviews with Stuart McAlister to learn about Inter Relocation’s values and ethics. These interviews also provide information about how Inter Relocation operates. Watch them to be assured of Inter Relocation’s quality and reputability.

Your Ultimate Free Guide to Hungary - Inter Relocation

How can expatriates living in Budapest find foreign language education institutions? How can you find your way around the Budapest (public) transport system? And where can you meet other foreigners living and working in Budapest? Our recently updated Welcome to Our World guide is here to help. It introduces Budapest and the peculiarities of Hungarian living from the perspective of

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Inter Relocation is hiring a full-time immigration consultant for its Budapest Headquarters

A motivated team, award-winning company, regular in-house training, a market leading presence in the business for 18 years. Due to the continued expansion of our company, Inter Relocation is hiring a full-time immigration consultant for its Budapest Headquarters.

Position: Immigration Consultant
Period: Full-time employed position
Salary: Package up to 280,000 Ft/month, net including bonus
Language Skills: Fluent spoken and written … Continue Reading

An Expat Guide to the Cost of Living in Budapest

The cost of living in Hungary and more specifically Budapest, is something many expatriates research before taking the plunge and relocating. We present our updated information, based on April 2019 data.

As with a move to any new country, there are many things you need to know about living in Budapest. The internet has a variety of guides for the … Continue Reading

Inter Relocation takes the stress out of the EuRA conference-2019

Inter Relocation is proud to be co-sponsoring a Relaxation Station at the upcoming EuRA conference in Munich

Inter Relocation, together with two of  its strategic partners, is sponsoring a Relaxation Station at the upcoming EuRA conference in Munich. Conference participants are encouraged to take a break from their busy weeks to get a professional chair massage from one of the … Continue Reading

Brexit Town Hall meeting report Budapest – 20th March 2019

The British Embassy hosted a second Brexit Town Hall meeting last Wednesday, 20th March at the Budapest Marriott Hotel. Again, more than 200 UK citizens and other interested parties attended what this time was a more understated meeting. Significantly, the panel included senior figures from all the relevant ministries of the Hungarian government, while the United Kingdom government was

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Inter Relocation Co-Worker Will Run Charity Half Marathon

We’re so proud to announce that as a ‘Running Ambassador’ for Utcáról Lakásba! Egyesület (‘From Huts to Homes’ Organisation) our colleaugue, Viktória Rácz will participate in the K&H Half Marathon relay race which will take place on the 10th of June in Budapest.

Her goal is to collect 100,000 HUF for the organisation with the help of individual sponsors. The … Continue Reading

Inter Relocation Receives Commitment to Excellence Award

Highest Honor Bestowed by Cartus Global Network will Recognize Winner’s Outstanding Service and Performance

The Inter Relocation Group has been named to the short list of finalists for the Cartus Corporation’s Masters Cup Award at its 2016 Global Network Conference to be held on October 3-4, in Washington, DC at the Omni Shoreham Hotel. The Cartus Global Network is … Continue Reading

Local challenges, interview with Stuart McAlister, vice president of the European Relocation Association

2015/2 – by Ágnes Horváth, in Business Traveller Hungary

Adapting to a new country and culture can take several weeks or even months, but with appropriate help, the transition can be a lot smoother.

Finding and furnishing the suitable home, handling the documents necessary for legal employment and residence, getting to know the new place of residence and the local … Continue Reading

Relocation Future Trends for the CEE region

It’s fair to say that the relocation profession is developing at a rapid rate. The world has changed since 5-6 years ago, where most international assignments were for typically middle-aged men with a wife and two children.

Now this kind of expatriate is increasingly the exception and relocation service providers have to adapt their business models if they are to … Continue Reading

The business of getting legal residence in Hungary is, in simple terms, easy if you’re a European Union, European Economic Area  (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) or Swiss citizen and not necessarily so easy if you’re not. Let’s see what non-residents of the old continent have to deal with.

8. September 2013 – by Stuart McAlister in Budapest Times

The business of getting legal residence in Hungary is easy if you’re an EU, EEA, or Swiss citizen. For non-residents of the old continent, it is not so simple.

Work Permit

The obtainment of a work permit through your employer is the first step to gaining legal status. After this, … Continue Reading