Romania Visa | Documents required 2


About Romania

Romania is a country in Southeast Europe. Bucharest is the country’s capital. Romania was seized by Soviet soldiers in 1944, and in 1948 it became a satellite of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). The Romanian environment is roughly one-third mountainous, one-third forested, and the rest hills and plains.

Romania has an abundance of natural resources, including fertile agricultural land, livestock pastures, forests with hard and soft woods, petroleum reserves, metals, including gold and silver in the Apuseni Mountains, numerous rivers that supply hydroelectricity, and a Black Sea coastline with ports and resorts.

Why Romania is famous?

  • Romania is well-known for its hearty beef dishes. The most popular ingredient in traditional cuisines is pork.
  • Nadia Comaneci is not just one of Romania’s most well-known athletes, but also the world’s most well-known gymnast.
  • The Palace of Parliament in downtown Bucharest is the world’s largest administrative structure.
  • The ‘Auroch and the Eagle’ was the most costly newspaper in the world.
  • Romania is home to some of the world’s most significant inventions.

Procedure to apply for Romania Visa

  • Visa applications should be submitted at least two weeks before the estimated date of departure and no more than three months before that date.
  • The date from which the period for making a decision on a visa application begins is the date on which the visa applicant presents himself at the Romanian diplomatic mission/consular post.
  • Only individual visa applications can be submitted. If more than one person is traveling, each must apply for a separate visa. Please keep in mind that individuals included in the same travel document must submit separate visa applications.
  • If you have begun registering an electronic application file, you can stop the process and save it. You may return to the registration page and complete the application later.
  • You can apply here.

Documents Required

  • A passport must be valid for at least six months from the date of admission.
  • Return the ticket to your home country or to your next destination.
  • Passport photograph
  • Address proof in Romania.
  • Travel insurance.

Types of visas 

  1. The airport transit visa (marked A) allows access into and stay in the international area of an airport until boarding the plane to the country of destination;
  2. The transit visa (marked B) allows access to the territory of Romania, for the purpose of transit, for a duration of at the most 5 days;
  3. The short-stay visa (marked C) allows entry and a short stay of aliens on the territory of Romania for no more than 90 days within an interval of maximum of 6 months from the date of entry (in the case of a multiple-entry visa, the duration of the stay will be taken into account from the date of the first entry). The Romanian short-stay visa is granted for the following purposes: official government mission, tourism, business, private visit, transportation, participation in sports activities, as well as cultural, scientific or academic events. In the case of a holder of a short-stay visa, the stay right cannot be extended.
  4. The long-stay visa (marked D) allows the entry and stay of aliens on the territory of Romania for a period of 90 days at the most, for the following purposes: economic activities, professional activities, commercial activities (such as investment), religious or humanitarian activities, work, studying, family reunification, as well as research. The right of stay in this case is of 90 days; however, this type of visa allows for its prolongation following an official request addressed to the Romanian Office for Immigration which is part of the Romanian Ministry of Administration and Interior. The requests for the extension of the right of stay must be personally submitted by the applicants, at the local branch offices of the Romanian Office for Immigration closest to their place of residence, at least 30 days before the expiry of the stay right granted by the visa. Overstaying the visa entails cancellation of the visa and the obligation of leaving the territory of Romania.

What is the processing time?

  • Short-term visas (A, B, C – business, tourist, visit, cultural, etc.) are valid for up to 14 days.
  • Visa for an extended stay (D type – working, study, family reunification etc.) – for up to 45 days.

What is the fee?

Best place to visit in Romania

1. Danube Delta

The Danube Delta is one of Europe’s largest and best-preserved deltas, with 23 habitats that support a diverse range of flora and wildlife.

Danube Delta

2. Painted monasteries

Bucovina’s painted monasteries, located in northeastern Romania, are genuinely one-of-a-kind sites. In the 15th and 16th centuries, the outside walls of a few monasteries were painted with beautiful paintings.

painted monasteries

3. Cluj-Napoca

Cluj-Napoca is a young and modern Transylvanian city. The country’s second-biggest city also has the greatest student population and serves as the unofficial centre of Transylvania’s historical region.

4. Bran Castle,

The Bran Castle, which dates back to 1377, is one of Romania’s most popular tourist attractions. This is primarily due to its links with a certain vampire – the mediaeval hilltop castle has been touted as the inspiration for Dracula’s castle by Bram Stoker.

Bran Castle

 


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