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VISA Stamping for

Romania

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Visas and consular services

The Romanian Visa



Crown Foreign Services Pvt. Ltd. Visa Stamping Application Center New Delhi provides Visa Stamping Services for the Embassy of Romania New Delhi.

Applicants may apply for Romania Visa Stamping ( Employment / Business / Tourist /Entry Visa) through us, by submitting their passport in our office by hand/ post/courier/Authorised Representative.

Note: Applicant can also submit directly to the Romania Embassy New Delhi always.



I. The Romanian short-stay visa 1. The airport transit visa (marked A) – is compulsory for the nationals of states listed in Annex 1 (i.e. the states marked with **). The airport transit allows its owner to transit the international areas of one or more Member States’ airports. Conditions: According to the provisions or article 14 (2) from the Community Code on Visas, when lodging an application for an airport transit visa, an applicant must provide the following supporting documents:

  • Proof regarding the continuation of the journey to the final destination, after the envisioned airport transit;

  • Information allowing the evaluation of the applicant’s intention not to enter the territory of the Member States.

2. The transit visa (marked B) – allows third-country nationals to transit the territory of Romania. This type of visa can be issued for one, two or multiple transits, provided that each transit period does not exceed 5 days. Conditions:Proof of an existing visa for the state of destination and a travel ticket, valid to destination; the driving license, the registration documents of the vehicle, as well as the green card bearing the personal details of the owner, the state of destination and the states to be transited, in the case of vehicle drivers. 3. The short-stay visa (marked C)

  • for tourism purposes (marked C/TU) – this type of short-stay visa is issued to third-country nationals who wish to travel to Romania for tourism.

  • for visiting purposes (marked C/VV) – this type of short-stay visa is issued to third-country nationals who wish to travel to Romania for private visits, upon invitation on behalf of Romanian citizens, or of third-country nationals, holders of a valid Romanian residence permit.

  • for business purposes (marked C/A) – this type of short-stay visa is issued to third-country nationals who wish to travel to Romania for economic or commercial purposes, for contracts or negotiations, for training local employees or checking the use and operation of goods acquired or sold under commercial and industrial co-operation contracts, as well as to third-country nationals who are or will become associates or shareholders of companies in Romania.

  • for cultural, scientific and humanitarian activities, as well as short-term medical treatment or any other activities that do not breach Romanian laws (marked C/ZA) – this type of short-stay visa is issued to third-country nationals who wish to travel to Romania, provided that their presence on the territory of Romania is justified.

  • for sports (marked C/SP) – this type of short-stay visa is issued to third-country nationals who wish to travel to Romania, for a limited period of time, in order to participate in sports competitions.

  • for mission (marked C/M) – this type of short-stay visa is issued to third-country nationals (and to their family members) who, for reasons related to their political, administrative or public positions, have to travel to Romania. This type of visa is issued to third-country nationals holding official positions in governments, public administrations or international organizations.

  • for transport (marked C/TR) – this type of short-stay visa isissued to third-country nationals who wish to travel to Romania, for short periods of time, in order to carry out professional activities related to freight and passenger transportation.

THE PRE-APPROVED INVITATION PROCEDURE FOR THE SHORT STAY VISA If you are a citizen of the following countries, a special procedure must be observed in order to secure a pre-approved invitation. II. The Romanian long-stay visa The Romanian long-stay visa is identified through one of the following symbols, depending on the activity that the third-country national will carry out on the territory of Romania:

  • for employment (marked D/AM), in accordance with art. 44 from GEO 194/2002 modified – is granted to third-country nationals on the grounds of the work permit issued by the Romanian Immigration Office, in accordance with the legislation in force.

  • for other purposes (marked D/AS), in accordance with art. 49 from GEO 194/2002 modified – the sponsor holding a temporary residence permit valid for one year, an EU Blue Card, a permanent residence permit, or the sponsor who benefits from the refugee status or from subsidiary protection, may request family reunification in accordance with art. 46 from GEO 194/2002 modified. This visa is also granted to third country family members of a Romanian citizen.

  • for secondment (marked D/DT), in accordance with art. 44¹ from GEO 194/2002 modified – is granted to third-country nationals on the grounds of the work permit for seconded workers,issued by the Romanian Immigration Office, according to the provisions of national legislation.The long-stay visa for secondment is also granted to third-country nationals employed by legal persons with headquarters in one of the member states of the European Union, of the European Economic Area or Switzerland, seconded to Romania, who are in possession of a residence permit issued by that state, who can be assigned to or perform work-related activities for Romanian legal or natural persons without a work permit.

  • for family reunification (marked D/VF), in accordance with art. 46 from GEO 194/2002 modified.

  • for economic activities (marked D/AE), in accordance with art. 41 from GEO 194/2002 modified – is granted to third-state nationals who will carry out economic activities independently or within family associations, in accordance with the provisions of the national legislation regarding the organization and development of economic activities by natural persons.

  • for studies (marked D/SD), in accordance with art. 45 from GEO 194/2002 modified – is granted, upon request, to third-country nationals who wish to enter the territory of Romania as students, or to third-country nationals who partake in pupil-exchange programs.

  • for professional activities (marked D/AP), in accordance with art. 42 from GEO 194/2002 modified – is granted to third-country nationals who are bound to carry out such activities in accordance with the special legislation regarding the conditions of exercise of the respective professions.

  • for commercial activities (marked D/AC), in accordance with art. 43 from GEO 194/2002 modified – is granted, on the grounds of the prior endorsement of the Romanian Center for the Promotion of Foreign Investments, to third-country nationals who are or will become shareholders or associates, in management and administration positions, within companies which have legal personality in Romania, which will begin an investment, according to the provisions of article 43 from GEO 194/2002, republished and amended by Law no. 157 from 11th July 2011 for the amendment and completion of national legislation on the regime of third-country nationals in Romania.

  • for religious activities (marked D/AR), in accordance with art. 47 from GEO 194/2002 modified.

  • for scientific research (marked D/CS), in accordance with art. 48 from GEO 194/2002 modified – is granted to third-country nationals, on the grounds of a prior endorsement from the National Scientific Research Authority, as well as from the Romanian Immigration Office, upon request from research and development units and institutions.

  • for diplomatic service (marked DS), in accordance with art. 25 from GEO 194/2002 modified – is granted to holders of diplomatic and official passports members of a diplomatic or consular mission that stay in Romania for a longer period of time so as to perform an official duty. Dependants that accompany the officials during the entire mission are also eleigible for this type of visa.


Requirements and Checklist ===============


 

Tourism visa (C/TU)

The short-stay visa for tourism purposes (marked C/TU) – this type of visa is issued to third-country nationals who wish to travel to Romania for tourism.

Supporting documents:

  • passport valid at least three months beyond intended period of stay

  • ID card copy

  • 2 recent color photos 3 cm x 4 cm, on a white background;

  • dully filled in application form in http://evisa.mae.ro/home portal;

  • Invitation approved by the inspectorate general for immigration – Ministry of Internal Affairs of Romania,

OR,

Valid visa/residence permit issued by a state the citizens of which are not required a visa to enter Romani;

  • letter of certification of employment;

  • booking of a two-way flight ticket to Romania;

  • medical insurance valid in Romania, covering one day longer beyond the intended period of stay and of a value not less than 30,000 EUR (original and copy);

  • proof of financial means in the amount of EUR 50/day for the entire period, but not less than EUR 500 or the equivalent in convertible currency;

  • proof of accommodation, as a voucher of paid accommodation at a tourism unit.

Visa fee is the equivalent in INR of 80 EUR.


 

Visit visa (C/VV)

The short-stay visa for visiting purposes (marked C/VV) – this type of short-stay visa is issued to third-country nationals who wish to travel to Romania for private visits, upon invitation on behalf of Romanian citizens, or of third-country nationals, holders of a valid Romanian residence permit.

Supporting documents:

  • passport valid at least three months beyond intended period of stay

  • ID card copy

  • 2 recent color photos 3 cm x 4 cm, on a white background;

  • dully filled in application form in http://evisa.mae.ro/home portal;

  • letter of certification of employment;

  • booking of a two-way flight ticket to Romania;

  • medical insurance valid in Romania, covering one day longer beyond the intended period of stay and of a value not less than 30,000 EUR (original and copy);

  • Invitation approved by the inspectorate general for immigration – Ministry of Internal Affairs of Romania,

OR,

In case of family members of Romanian citizens, family members of third state nationals holders of valid residence permits, holders of valid a visa/residence permit issued by a European Union Member State, of the European Economic Area Member State, or of the Swiss Confederation, the applicant will present an authenticated invitation from the host, stating that they cover the repatriation expenses, should the invited third-country national not leave Romania upon expiry of their right of stay granted by the visa, as well as the means of support and accommodation, in case the host undertakes to cover such costs.

  • proof of financial means in the amount of EUR 50/day for the entire period, but not less than EUR 500 or the equivalent in convertible currency if the host does not undertake to cover the living expenses;

  • proof of accommodation, as a firm reservation at a tourist accommodation unit, an ownership deed or rent agreement for a dwelling in Romania, in the name of the applicant, where the host does not provide accommodation.

Visa fee is the equivalent in INR of 80 EUR.



 

Business visa (C/A) Supporting documents:

  • passport valid at least three months beyond intended period of stay

  • ID card copy

  • 2 recent color photos 3 cm x 4 cm, on a white background;

  • dully filled in application form in http://evisa.mae.ro/home portal;

  • letter of certification of employment;

  • supporting documents to prove reason for the trip to Romania;

  • booking of a two-way flight ticket to Romania;

  • medical insurance valid in Romania, covering one day longer beyond the intended period of stay and of a value not less than 30,000 EUR (original and copy);

  • Invitation approved by the inspectorate general for immigration – Ministry of Internal Affairs of Romania

OR If the foreign citizen is invited to Romania by a company that is on the ANAF (National Authority of Fiscal Administration) lists as a large or medium contributor to the state budget, he will present a Letter of Guarantee (model) from the company, addressed to the National Visa Center / MFA and registered at the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Consular Department, address: Bucharest, Sector 1, Aleea Alexandru 24. The original Letter of Guarantee from a company or public authority to attend meetings, conferences, fairs or congresses related to trade or industry, showing that the company or public authority WILL cover the costs of repatriation, if the invited foreigner does not leave Romania until the date on established by visa or other documents proving the purpose of the purpose of the travel. proof of financial means in amount of EUR 50/day for the entire period, but not less than EUR 500 or the equivalent in convertible currency;

  • proof of accommodation.

Visa fee is the equivalent in INR of 80 EUR. Important 1. For third-country nationals who wish to travel to Romania for economic or commercial purposes:

  • for contracts or negotiations;

  • for training local employees or checking the use and operation of goods acquired or sold under commercial and industrial co-operation contracts;

  • as well as to third-country nationals who are or will become associates or shareholders of companies in Romania.

the corresponding visa is type C/A. Correct and complete supporting documents must be submitted so as to identify the purpose of travel in one of the above mentioned categories. The Embassy issues business visas only for well documented situations and for short periods of stay. 2. In the case of third country nationals deployed:

  • for longer term unpaid internships, job rotation or professional training, within a company in the public or private sector, authorized according to the provisions of national legislation in force, or within an accredited professional training provider organization;

  • by a foreign company with headquarters on the territory of a member state of the World Trade Organization to an own representative office, branch or regional office situated on the territory of Romania, or to a commercial company, Romanian legal person, whose shareholder or associate the foreign company is, which has the same object of activity, if they can prove that they are in no employment relation with another Romanian legal person;

  • by an employer with headquarters abroad to a legal person in Romania, on the basis of a commercial service contract concluded between the two parties;

the corresponding visa is D/AS. 3. For the purpose of secondment on the grounds of the work permit for seconded workers, issued by the Romanian Immigration Office, according to the provisions of national legislation, the corresponding visa is D/DT.

 

Cultural, scientific and humanitarian activities visa (C/ZA)

The short-stay visa for cultural, scientific and humanitarian activities, as well as short-term medical treatment or any other activities that do not breach Romanian laws (marked C/ZA) – this type of short-stay visa is issued to third-country nationals who wish to travel to Romania, provided that their presence on the territory of Romania is justified.

Supporting documents:

  • passport valid at least three months beyond intended period of stay

  • ID card copy

  • 2 recent color photos 3 cm x 4 cm, on a white background;

  • dully filled in application form in http://evisa.mae.ro/home portal;

  • letter of certification of employment;

  • booking of a two-way flight ticket to Romania;

  • medical insurance valid in Romania, covering one day longer beyond the intended period of stay and of a value not less than 30,000 EUR (original and copy);

  • documents issued by the institutions third-country nationals are invited to, justifying their presence in Romania;

  • proof of financial means in amount of EUR 50/day, or the equivalent in convertible currency for the entire period of their stay, but no less than EUR 500, or the equivalent in convertible currency;

  • proof of accommodation.

Visa fee is the equivalent in INR of 80 EUR.


 

Employment visa (D/AM)

The long-stay visa for employment (marked D/AM), in accordance with art. 44 from GEO 194/2002, with subsequent amendments and completions.

(1) With the exception of the work permit for seconded workers, the long stay visa for employment is granted to third-country nationals on the grounds of the work permit issued by the General Immigration Inspectorate of the Ministry of Interior of Romania, in accordance with the legislation in force.

(2)The visa application must be submitted along with the following supporting documents:

  • passport valid at least three months beyond the validity of visa;

  • ID card copy

  • 2 recent color photos 3 cm x 4 cm, on a white background;

  • dully filled in application

  • letter of recommendation from the recruiting agency;

  • booking of a two-way flight ticket to Romania;

  • medical insurance valid in Romania, covering one day longer beyond the intended period of stay and of a value not less than 30,000 EUR (original and copy);

  • copy of the work permit issued by the General Immigration Inspectorate of the Ministry of Interior of Romania;

  • the proof of the means of subsistence at the level of the minimum guaranteed wage for the entire period specified on the visa;

  • the criminal record (Police Clearance Certificate) issued by the authorities from the country of domicile or residence, apostilled or legalized, as the case may be;

  • proof of accommodation.

Visa fee is the equivalent in INR of 120 EUR.

(3) The long-stay visa for employment is also granted to the following categories of third-state nationals, who can be employed by or can work for natural persons or companies from Romania, without a work permit:

a) third-state nationals whose access on the Romanian labor market without a work permit is established through the texts of agreements, conventions or of understandings that Romania is party to;

b) third-state nationals who carry out educational, scientific activities, or other categories of specific activities of a temporary nature, within accredited institutions of profile from Romania, on the grounds of bilateral agreements, or on the grounds of the respective minister’s order;

c) third-state nationals who are bound to carry out temporary activities on the territory of Romania, on the grounds of requests from ministries, from other authorities from central or local public administration, or from autonomous administrative authorities;

d) third-state nationals who are named heads of branch-offices, of representations, or of bureaus of a company located on the territory of Romania but based abroad and who are not associated, shareholders or administrators within a Romanian company, at the date of the request.

(4) The third-country national may apply for the long-stay visa for employment, within 60 days from the date of issue of the work permit. The visa is granted by the National Visa Centre, within a term of 10 days from the date of submission of the visa application at the Consular Section of the Embassy.


 

Other purposes visa (D/AS)

Long-stay visa for other purposes (marked D/AS), in accordance with art. 49 from GEO 194/2002 modified. (1) The long-term visa for other purposes shall be granted, upon request, by diplomatic missions and consular offices of Romania in the country where they have their residence or domicile, to following categories of aliens: a) to those designated as administrators of commercial companies, if they can prove they simultaneously fulfil following conditions:

  • they hold a managerial function;

  • at the date of request they are neither shareholders nor associates of the commercial company under reference or of any other Romanian legal person and that they did not have this quality for the last 2 years;

  • there is no other alien within the commercial company under reference who has been granted a residence permit for the sae purpose;

  • the commercial company under reference has realised an contribution in capital or technology transfer of at least 50.000 Euro;

b) those who request the entry to the territory of Romania for the purpose of unpaid professional training/ qualification within an enterprise of the public or private sector or with an accredited vocational training provider, if they can prove the simultaneous fulfilment of following conditions:

  • they have concluded a training contract for unpaid participation to a form of qualification within an enterprise of the public or private sector or with an accredited vocational training provider;

  • they are in possession of sufficient means of subsistence to the monthly amount of at least the average net wage at national economy level for the whole duration of the visa validity;

  • they have the parents’ or tutor’s agreement with regard to the stay on the territory of Romania for this purpose, if the alien is underage;

c) to those who carry out activities in the framework of voluntary work programmes, if they can prove that they simultaneously fulfil following conditions:

  • they have concluded an agreement of voluntary work with a legal person of public or private law with a non-profit character, further referred to as „host organisation”, which stipulates the activity to be carried out y the alien, conditions of supervision while carrying out the activities, as well as working hours;

  • the host organisation shall ensure the accommodation, means of subsistence and health insurance for the whole duration of the visa validity, as well as possible costs incurred by removal;

  • have reached at least the age of 14;

  • have the agreement of the parents or tutor with regard to the stay on the territory of Romania for this purpose, if the alien is underage;

d) to those who follow long-term medical treatment within public or private medical facilities, if they present a letter of acceptance from the institutions under reference which should specify the diagnose and duration of treatment. Such visa may be also granted to a possible accompanying person, who assists the alien while not being able to care for himself, if this fact is mentioned by the letter of acceptance; e) to those carrying out other activities which are not contrary to Romanian legislation, if their presence on the territory of Romania is justified. (2) Aliens falling under the categories mentioned by para. (1) shall e granted a visa if they present:

  • passport valid at least three months beyond intended period of stay

  • ID card copy

  • 2 recent colour photos 3 cm x 4 cm, on a white background;

  • dully filled in visa application form;

  • letter of certification of employment;

  • booking of a two-way flight ticket to Romania;

  • medical insurance valid in Romania, covering one day longer beyond the intended period of stay and of a value not less than 30,000 EUR (original and copy);

  • proof of financial means in the amount of EUR 50/day for the entire period, but not less than EUR 500 or the equivalent in convertible currency if the host entity does not undertake to cover the living expenses;

  • the criminal record or another document that bares the same legal value issued by the authorities from the country of domicile or residence;

  • proof of existing accommodation conditions;

  • a police clearance certificate or any other document of the same judicial value, issued by the authorities in the country of origin.

  • documents in original proving the intended purpose of stay in Romania.

Visa fee is the equivalent in INR of 120 EUR.


 

Secondment visa (D/DT)

The long-stay visa for secondment (marked D/DT), in accordance with art. 441 from GEO 194/2002 modified.

(1) The long-stay visa for secondment is granted to third-country nationals on the grounds of the work permit for seconded workers, issued by the Romanian Immigration Office, according to the provisions of national legislation.

(2) The long-stay visa for secondment is also granted to third-country nationals employed by legal persons with headquarters in one of the member states of the European Union, of the European Economic Area or Switzerland, seconded to Romania, who are in possession of a residence permit issued by that state, who can be assigned to or perform work-related activities for Romanian legal or natural persons without a work permit.

(3) The provisions of art. 44 (2) and (4) from GEO 194/2002 apply accordingly.

(4) For the third-country nationals mentioned in paragraph (2), the endorsement from the Romanian Immigration Office, in accordance with the provisions of art. 30 (7) from GEO 194/2002, is compulsory.

Supporting documents:

  • passport valid at least three months beyond intended period of stay

  • ID card copy

  • 2 recent colour photos 3 cm x 4 cm, on a white background;

  • dully filled in visa application form;

  • letter of certification of employment;

  • booking of a two-way flight ticket to Romania;

  • medical insurance valid in Romania, covering one day longer beyond the intended period of stay and of a value not less than 30,000 EUR (original and copy);

  • original of the permit issued by the Romanian Immigration Office;

  • the proof of the means of subsistence at the level of the minimum guaranteed wage for the entire period specified on the visa;

  • the criminal record or another document that bares the same legal value issued by the authorities from the country of domicile or residence;

  • proof of accomodation.

Visa fee is the equivalent in INR of 120 EUR.

 

Family reunification visa (D/VF)

The long-stay visa for family reunification (marked D/VF), in accordance with art. 46 from GEO 194/2002, with subsequent amendments and completions. Should the applicant fit into one of the situations below, he/she is exempt from the Romanian visa requirement, for stays no longer than 90 days during any 180-day period: • Family member* of a citizen of the European Union, of the European Economic Area, or of the Swiss Confederation and who cumulatively fulfils the following conditions: - Accompanies or joins the citizen of the European Union, who exercises their right of residence on the territory of Romania; - Holds a valid document that attests the residence on the territory of another member state, as a family member of the citizen of the European Union that accompanies or joins them on the territory of Romania.; • Family member* of a Romanian citizen and cumulatively fulfills the following conditions: - Holds a valid document that attests the residence on the territory of another member state of the European Union as family member of the Romanian citizen accompanies or joins on the territory of Romania. *- the spouse; - direct descendants, irrespective of their nationality, who are under the age of 21 or are being supported by the EU citizen, as well as those of the spouse ; - direct ascendants, irrespective of their nationality, who are being supported by the EU citizen, as well; The required supporting documents, in order to request the family reunification visa are the following:

  • travel medical insurance;

  • criminal record;

  • valid travel document;

  • communication from the inspectorate general for immigration – ministry of internal affairs, for family reunification between two third-state nationals;

  • documents for family reunification between a romanian citizen and a third-state national;

  • photographs;

  • documents for family reunification between a romanian citizen and a third-state national, holder of a right of residence in another member state;

(16) The following categories of people may also request a Romanian long-stay visa for family reunification:

  1. third-country nationals married to Romanian citizens;

  2. unmarried third-country nationals who cohabit with unmarried Romanian citizens, provided they have at least one child together, hereinafter referred to as partners;

  3. children of Romanian citizens, of the spouse or partner, including adopted children, who are not 21 years of age and who are still in the care of the Romanian citizen, of the spouse or of the partner;

  4. next-of-kin of the Romanian citizen or his/her spouse, in ascending line;

  5. the third-country national who is the parent of an underage Romanian citizen, provided that they can make proof of the fact that the underage citizen is in their care or that there is the obligation of a support pension, provided that this obligation has been regularly fulfilled by the third-country citizen;

  6. third-country nationals, family members of Romanian citizens, who can make proof of registration with a right of residence in another member state.

Visa fee is the equivalent in INR of 120 EUR.


 

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