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 Easy way to migrate Romania complete process.

Easy way to migrate Romania complete process.




Yes, you can. In some cases, you may have no other choice.

You can only submit a Romania visa application to the consulate or diplomatic mission of Romania. If there is no Romanian consulate/diplomatic mission in your country, you will have to travel to another, nearby country to do so.

However, you can only submit the Romania visa application in the Romanian consulate/mission that is in a country where you are a citizen or a legal resident. In case there’s no Romanian mission in the country you live in, submit the application to the Romanian diplomatic mission that has accreditation over your country of residence.

You cannot submit a Romania visa application in the Romania consulate or mission of a country for which you have a tourist visa, except in emergencies.

How Long Does it Take to Process a Romania Visa?

The time it takes for a Romania visa to be processed may be between 10-14 days working days or longer. The Romania visa processing time depends on the specific case.

As such, the Romanian immigration authorities advice that you apply at least 2 weeks before you intend to travel, but not earlier than three months.

If you are applying for a long-stay visa, you should apply a minimum of 45 days before you intend to travel.

How Much is the Romania Visa Fee?

When you submit your visa application at the Romanian consulate or diplomatic mission, you must also pay a non-refundable Romania visa processing fee. The fees for a Romania visa are as follows:

  • Short-Stay Visa: €80
  • Long-Stay Visa: €120
  • Airport Transit Visa: €80
  • Transit Visa: €80

Nationals of the following countries pay a reduced Romania visa fee (€40):

  • Albania
  • Armenia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Georgia
  • Montenegro
  • Russian Federation
  • Ukraine

Nationals of the following countries do not have to pay a Romania visa processing fee:

  • Republic of Moldova
  • Republic of North Macedonia
  • Serbia

Do I Need Something Other Than a Visa to Enter Romania?

Yes, you need permission form immigration officers at border points.

A Romanian visa does not allow you to automatically enter the country. You will still have to go through immigration control at the border points. It is the immigration officers who ultimately decide whether you can enter, so you must have all the documents necessary to convince them.

They will want to see proof you will leave after your visa ends, how long you will stay, and what you are travelling for.

So, it is best that you carry copies of the documents you submitted for the visa application with you.

Is Romania Part of Schengen?

No, Romania is not currently part of the Schengen Area, which ecompasses 26 European countries that have established visa and border control-free travel between them.

However Romania, along with Bulgaria, Cyprus, and Croatia, is set to join the Schengen Agreement in the near future.

These four countries (Romania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, and Croatia) however, do allow visa holders to travel among them, even if they only have a visa for one of the countries.

Can You Enter the Schengen Area With a Romania Visa?

No, since Romania is not part of the Schengen Agreement yet, a Romanian visa does not allow the holder to travel to or enter any country in the Schengen Zone.

A Romania visa only allows the holder to enter and stay in Romania or Bulgaria, Cyprus and Croatia, under the conditions of Decision No 565/2014/EU of the European Parliament.

Can You Enter Romania if You Have a Schengen Visa?

Yes, the Romanian government allows the holder of a valid Schengen visa to enter Romania, provided that the Schengen visa is still valid and has at least two more entries. You can only stay in Romania with a Schengen visa for the time that the visa is issued for or the time you have left.

You can also enter Romania if you already have a valid visa that was issued by Bulgaria, Cyprus or Croatia, under the conditions of Decision No 565/2014/EU of the European Parliament.

What If I Want To Stay in Romania for More than 90 Days?

Anyone who wants to travel to Romania to stay for a period longer than 90 days, has to apply for a Romania long stay visa, except EU/EEA/Swiss nationals

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