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What does a foreing citizen have to do for a Romanian visa

A foreign citizen who has his domicile or residence in Romania, in order to benefit from the package of medical services for the persons who are voluntarily insured, must insure themselves at the county and Bucharest social health insurance houses, otherwise, if he uses the providers' services of medical services will bear the value of the services provided.
 
 
According to the provisions of art. 211 of Law no. 95/2006 are insured, according to this law, all Romanian citizens domiciled in the country, as well as foreign citizens and stateless persons who have requested and obtained the extension of the right of temporary residence or are domiciled in Romania and prove payment of the contribution to the fund, under this laws.
 
 
According to the provisions of art. 214 of Law no. 95/2006 "(1) The insured persons from the states with which Romania has concluded international documents with provisions in the field of health benefit from medical services and other benefits granted on the Romanian territory, under the conditions provided by the respective international documents.
 
(2) The social health insurance is optional for the following categories of persons that do not fall within the provisions of par. (1):
 
a) members of diplomatic missions accredited in Romania;
 
b) foreign citizens and stateless persons who are temporarily in the country, without applying for a long-stay visa;
 
c) Romanian citizens residing abroad who are temporarily in the country. "
 
 
 
According to the provisions of art. 2 of Order no. 221/2005 "(1) The quality of insured is held by all Romanian citizens domiciled in the country, as well as foreign citizens and stateless persons domiciled in Romania or have requested and obtained the extension of the right of temporary residence in Romania under the law and prove payment the contribution of the social health insurance to the fund, hereinafter referred to as the contribution, under the conditions of the law and of the present methodological norms.
 
(2) The quality of the insured ceases once the right of domicile or residence in Romania is lost, with the death or with the judicial declaration of the death of the insured.
 
(3) The insurance rights cease after 3 months from the last payment of the contribution.
 
(4) The citizens of the member states of the European Union and of other states with which Romania has concluded agreements, conventions, conventions or international protocols with provisions in the field of health benefit from the coverage of medical services provided on the Romanian territory, under the conditions provided by agreements, understandings, conventions or the protocols concluded between Romania and the respective country.
 
(5) The social health insurance is optional for the following categories of persons that do not fall within the provisions of par. (4):
 
a) members of diplomatic missions accredited in Romania;
 
b) foreign citizens and stateless persons who are temporarily in the country;
 
c) Romanian citizens residing abroad, who are temporarily in the country.
 
(6) The phrase that is temporarily in the country means visit, tourism, mission, transport, sports activities, cultural, scientific, humanitarian activities, short-term medical treatment or other similar situations, performed by Romanian citizens residing abroad as well as by foreign and stateless citizens. "
 
 
 
According to the provisions of art. 18 of the Order no. 221/2005 "(1) For the insured persons provided in art. 7 paragraph (2) of the Government Emergency Ordinance no. 150/2002, with the subsequent modifications and completions, the monthly contribution is calculated by applying the rate of 13.5% to the value of two minimum gross basic salaries per country for a package of services established by the framework contract, starting with the month in which the request regarding the social health insurance was made.
 
(2) Foreign citizens and stateless persons requesting the extension of the right of temporary residence in Romania under the legislation governing the regime of foreigners in Romania have the obligation to pay a contribution in the form of a rate of 6.5%, calculated on taxable income earned in Romania, according art. 51 para. (2) of the Government Emergency Ordinance no. 150/2002, with the subsequent modifications and completions.
 
(3) The persons mentioned in par. (2) who do not realize taxable incomes on the Romanian territory and who do not prove the quality of insured will pay a monthly contribution calculated by applying the rate of 6.5% to the value of a minimum gross basic salary per country.
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