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Taking into account previous convictions - Hungary

This section deals with the Criminal Records Authority and criminal record certificates, which are called erkölcsi bizonyítvány in Hungarian.

KEKKH Bűnügyi Nyilvántartó Hatóság (Criminal Records Authority of the Central Office for Administrative and Electronic Public Services)

Address: 1097 Budapest, Vaskapu utca 30/A

Tel: +36 1 455 21 98
Fax: +36 1 455 21 03

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The service desk of the Authority is located at the Central Document Office of the Ministry of the Interior (1133 Budapest, Visegrádi utca 110.)

With respect to the data processed, criminal records are authentic official records and are subject to statutory supervision by the Prosecutor General. You can request your own criminal record certificate from the Central Document Office of the Ministry of the Interior. You can do this by post, electronically or in person at the service desk. Criminal record certificates are issued free of charge the first four times a year.

Link opens in new windowFurther information on the extract from the judicial record.

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Last update: 24/07/2020