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Emigration and Visas Romania

From 1 January 2007, UK/EU citizens who enter Romania have the right to stay for a period of 3 months from the date of entry. If intending to stay for a longer period than 3 months, UK/EU citizens can apply for a registration certificate issued by the General Inspectorate for Immigration.

To obtain the registration certificate/residence card, you must submit a number of documents to the territorial units of the General Inspectorate for Immigration in the county where you reside, depending on the purpose of your stay in Romania. The registration certificate is issued in the same day and is valid for a period of up to 5 years, and not less than one year.

For further information please visit the website of the General Inspectorate for Immigration.

The European Commission guide to free movement is a useful source of general information and guidance.

Your Europe Advice provides custom-made legal advice on your rights within the EU free of charge, within 8 calendar days and in any official EU language.

The secret of a successful long-term move to Romania is to integrate with your local community as much as possible by learning the language and registering with the Municipality as well as the General Inspectorate for Immigration

Romania Consular and Passport Fees

The  consular and passport fees are effective from 1 October 2015 at an exchange rate of: GBP 1 = RON 6.2

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