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Long-term Visa for Recovery

In order to obtain the long-stay visa for family reunion, the family members of the non-EU / EEA citizen must submit the following documents:

a. communication of the General Inspectorate for Immigration;

b. proof of medical insurance during the validity period of the visa;

c. the criminal record certificate or other document with the same legal value, issued by the authorities of the country of residence or residence of the foreigner.

The visa fee is 120 Euro and is paid in the state where you apply.

The family members of the Romanian citizen will submit the following documents for obtaining the visa:

a. the marriage certificate issued by the Romanian authorities or transcribed according to the law, or, as the case may be, the proof of the kinship relationship or of the quality of partner;

b. proof of medical insurance during the validity of the visa;

c. the criminal record certificate or other document with the same legal value, issued by the authorities of the country of residence or residence of the foreigner.

The long-stay visa is granted for a period of 90 days, with one or more trips.

RESIDENCE PERMIT

After entering Romania you must obtain a residence permit. It attests your right to stay in Romania and you can obtain it from the territorial formations of the General Inspectorate for Immigration from the county in which you live. In order to obtain the residence permit you will personally submit a series of documents at least 30 days before the expiration of the residence permit granted by the visa. You can also submit documents via the online application, available at https://portaligi.mai.gov.ro/portaligi/

See the list of documents required to obtain the residence permit for the purpose of family reunification (for family members of non-EU / EEA citizens).

See the list of documents required to obtain a temporary residence permit as a family member of a Romanian citizen.

The residence permit as a family member of a Romanian citizen is renewed at least 30 days before the expiration of the previous ones.

The request for the granting or extension of the residence permit for the family members of non-EU / EEA citizens will be resolved within 30 days from the date of its submission. In order to obtain the temporary residence permit as a family member of a Romanian citizen, the term of settlement is up to 90 days, and for the subsequent ones it is 30 days. In cases where further checks are required, the deadline for solving the request may be extended by a maximum of 15 days.

The right of temporary residence is extended individually, for each family member, for the same period for which the right of residence was granted to the sponsor.

The spouse and family members of a Romanian citizen or the sponsor holding a long-term right of residence may extend their right of temporary residence for periods of up to 5 years.

The family member of the Romanian citizen residing abroad shall be entitled to a temporary residence for a period not exceeding the period of validity of the provisional identity card of the Romanian citizen.

The residence permit independently will have a validity of 6 months, during which time the applicant will be able to point to another purpose of the stay in Romania.

If the information or documents provided, on which the request for the extension of the right of residence is based, are inadequate or incomplete, the General Inspectorate for Immigration shall communicate to the applicant the additional information requested and establish a reasonable time limit for sending them, but no more than 30 of days. The term provided in par. (4) it is suspended until the General Inspectorate for Immigration receives the necessary additional information or documents. If no additional information or documents have been provided by the deadline, the request may be rejected.

Extension of the right of residence is not granted when it is found:

a. the existence of a state of bigamy or polygamy;

b. that the two spouses no longer have a conjugal relationship or an effective family relationship, on the Romanian territory;

c. that the foreigner has recognized the affiliation of a Romanian child exclusively for the purpose of obtaining the right of residence

 

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