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Romania Work Permit

Geographical Information about Romania :

Capital city: Bucharest
Population: 19,942,642
Total Area: 238,391 km2
Language spoken: Romanian
Currency: Romanian Leu (ROM)

Romania  is a unitary semi-presidential republic located in Southeastern-Central Europe, bordering the Black Sea, between Bulgaria and Ukraine. It also borders Hungary, Serbia, and Moldova. It covers 238,391 square kilometers (92,043 sq mi) and has a temperate-continental climate. With its 19.9 million inhabitants, it is the seventh most populous member of the European Union. Its capital and largest city, Bucharest, is the sixth largest city in the EU.

Immigration UA provides an official Romania work permit which allows you to get a Work Visa D/AM  visa for Allow entry and stay for a maximum of 90 days within a 6-month period from the date of the first entry. To obtain a work visa type D/AM, you need to submit your application to the embassy of Romania in your home/residence country.

Available jobs (Labor) Packing, Departmental Shops worker, Meat Cutter, Butcher, Drivers, General construction customer shops, Production Line in Factories’ The embassy will be  issue you a “one-year “Visa Type D /AM multiple entries, and it’s renewable further each year or applicable to apply PR with some reasonable bases.

We received the required documents above, the Employer reviewed the documents and if needed an interview will be made by Skype video. Once we received the payment, we will submit the documents to the appointed Attorney. The process of obtaining a Visa Issuance Letter (Work Permit) is between 4-6 weeks. After the Visa Issuance Letter is issued, we will send it to you by Courier. And you shall submit the application for the Visa at the Romanian Embassy in your country. The embassy will be an issue you a “one year “Visa Type D / AM multiple entries, and it’s renewable furthermore each year or applicable to apply PR with some reasonable basis.
Work Permit

The professional activity of foreign citizens on national territory can only be carried out with a Work Notice or a Work Permit.

According to the European Union regulations, every EU/EEA citizen enjoys the same labour rights as the ones applied to Romanian citizens, and thus, they do not need a work permit. Foreign citizens who are third country nationals, can work in Romania only after obtaining a work permit, and subsequently a long stay visa for work and a residence permit.

Types of work permits

There are several types of work permits that can be granted to foreign citizens: for permanent workers, seasonal workers, for trainees, for athletes, for cross-border workers, nominal work permit. Depending on the category of your activity, the right to extend your temporary stay for employment purposes can be extended up to 1 year, as a general rule. As far as highly skilled workers are concerned, their stay can be extended up to 2 years.