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Europe is the second smallest continent and home to the world’s largest church, St. Peter’s Basilica. The Louvre is Europe's most visited tourist attraction.

Due to its unmatched attractiveness and varied landscape, Romania is one of the most biogeographically diverse countries located in the European Union. Apart from its unparalleled beauty, Romania is also the twelfth-largest country in Europe with a booming tourism sector in an emerging economy.

The primary sector of Romania’s economy is based on services. The industrial production of Romania includes the automobile, petrochemicals, cement and construction, aircraft, textiles, food and beverages, and metallurgical industries. Consequently, there are countless opportunities for interested immigrants who wish to pursue their business or investment endeavors in Romania.

For non-European Union citizens planning to stay in Romania for more than 90 days consecutively or intending to do business or employment, they must apply for a residence permit. The law allows three key avenues: establishing a business in Romania, obtaining qualified jobs in Romania, or obtaining an education in Romania.

The Short Stay Visa permits visitors to stay in Romania for no more than 90 days within an interval of 6 months. The Short Stay Visa can be provided for the following purpose:

Specific documents are needed to support the purpose of the visit.

The Long Stay Visa permits immigrants to remain in Romania for the following categories:

For work permits, the applicants must obtain an employment letter from the employer in Romania.

This visa allows for extensions upon submission of an official request to the Romanian Office for Immigration, which is part of the Romanian Ministry of Administration and Interior. The requests for extensions of stay must be made in person at the local branch offices of the Romanian Office for Immigration closest to the applicant’s place of residence at least 30 days before the expiration of the visa. Overstaying visa results in the termination of the visa and the requirement to leave Romanian territory.

The global mobility department of Direct U.S. Immigration facilitates ambitious foreign nationals to immigrate to Romania. Whether you want to start your business in Romania, reunite with your family, or want to immigrate as a skilled worker, we deliver expert supervision and application procedures in all.


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