- 19 Mar 2019 5:35 PM
British Ambassador Iain Lindsay and Mr Szabolcs Takács, Minister of State for EU Policies at the Prime Minister’s Office of Hungary will give British Nationals an update on what they need to do to secure their status in Hungary following the UK’s departure from the European Union.
Acting on the feedback received from the previous town hall meeting, the embassy will collect questions in advance as well in order to improve the event by precisely addressing concerns.
Submit your questions in a private message or in a comment on the British Embassy Budapest's Facebook page.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask further questions at the event from representatives of the Hungarian government and authorities.
If you cannot attend this event featuring HM Ambassador Lindsay you will be able to follow a live broadcast on Facebook.
17:30 – 18:00 Registration
18:00 General overview on citizens’ rights for British nationals in Hungary by Ambassador Lindsay and Mr Szabolcs Takács, Minister of State for EU Policies
18:30 Q&A with representatives of the Hungarian government and authorities
19:30 End of programme
Date and time:
Budapest Marriott Hotel
1052 Budapest, Apaczai Csere Janos u. 4,
The event is free of charge but subject to registration. You can book your tickets via Eventbrite by clicking "Find tickets" here.
1. For ease of access to the event venue, please enter Hotel Marriott through the Danube Corso entrance and not the main entrance at Apáczai Street.
2. Please note that the event will be live-streamed via the Embassy's official Facebook page. By attending the event, you consent to photography, audio- and video recording and the release of audiovisual materials about the event on Facebook.
Message from the British Ambassador to UK nationals: "The Town Hall meeting scheduled for 7 March will be postponed to a later date.
We will confirm the new date as soon as possible.
Thank you to those who have submitted questions for the event, which we will include in the postponed event. But do keep your questions coming!"