Romania work permit: why should i choose it?
- Romania is a country located at the crossroads of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe. It borders with Bulgaria to the south, Ukraine to the north, Hungary to the west, Serbia to the southwest, and Moldova to the east and has its opening to the Black sea
- Romania is the 12th-largest country in Europe and the 6th most populous member state of the European Union, having approximately 20 million inhabitants.
- Romania ranks 52nd in the Human Development Index, and is a developing country.
- Romania is extremely attractive for people looking for a cheap country to live in. While it is in the European Union, it has one of the lowest costs of living in Europe, making it an amazing choice for people who wish to retire here, as well as digital nomads or those who get their income from outside the country.
- Back to actual values, the average take-home salary in Romania in 2020 is around 3,000 RON per month (625 Euros).
- Although prices have been going up quite a bit in the past several years and there are no signs it will stop here, the cost of living in Romania remains one of the lowest in Europe. This is extremely good news for foreigners that come here without depending on local jobs – where salaries are low, just like the cost of living.
Required documents for Romania work permit:
- Passport Scan Copy
- Full Permanent Address
- Planned Date Of Travel
- CV (certificates and diploma)
- Previous Visas (if available)
- Copy temporary or permanent residence permit (if available)
Process time — 2 months
Documents which you should submit to the Embassy of Romania:
- passport valid at least three months beyond intended period of stay
- ID card copy
- 2 recent colour photos 3 cm x 4 cm, on a white background;
- dully filled in visa application form;
- letter of recommendation from the recruiting agency;
- booking of a two-way flight ticket to Romania;
- medical insurance valid in Romania, covering one day longer beyond the intended period of stay and of a value not less than 30,000 EUR (original and copy);
- original of the work permit issued by the Romanian Immigration Office;
- the proof of the means of subsistence at the level of the minimum guaranteed wage for the entire period specified on the visa;
- the criminal record or another document that bares the same legal value issued by the authorities from the country of domicile or residence;
- proof of accomodation.
Visa fee is the equivalent in INR of 120 EUR.
Th long-stay visa for employment (marked D/AM), in accordance with art. 44 from GEO 194/2002 modified.
With the exception of the work permit for seconded workers, the long stay visa for employment is granted to third-country nationals on the grounds of the work permit issued by the Romanian Immigration Office, in accordance with the legislation in force.
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