Introducing Romania, a European country that is now the largest of the Balkan countries. Romania’s population is currently projected to be around 19,6 million people, according to statistics. Romania has the second greatest rate of immigration from non-EU nations, according to statistics (86 percent ). Romanian is the official language.
Foreigners can be granted the permission to reside in Romania for an extended period of time as a family member of a Romanian citizen or for other reasons.If you are a citizen of a country that is not a member of the European Union or the European Economic Area and wish to visit Romania for a period of time for a variety of reasons, such as:
Owning a company/Business
Professional or commercial activities
For the purpose of work
seeking long-term medical treatment or reuniting with family, etc.
Services related to immigration
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (https://www.mae.ro/en), which is responsible for immigration concerns in Romania, can assist with immigration services. It can also provide information on residence permits; however, it is recommended that you seek the opinion of an experienced lawyer.
Providers of immigration services
A residence permit in Romania can be obtained in a variety of ways. A resident permit can be obtained, for example, by operating a business in the country. If you wish to start a business in Romania or other of the European Union countries, this could be helpful.
Our Immigration Consultations
SibghaTullah & Partners Romanian immigration practise offers a comprehensive range of services, including:
Compliance services which assist clients in meeting immigration law obligations.
Inbound business travels, assignments, transfers, and new hiring are all subject to immigration procedures.
Advice on best practises and the implementation of immigration procedures for customers’ HR/Global Mobility teams.
Application assistance in acquiring proper visas, work, and/or residence permits for employees and their dependents, including coordination of all correspondence with government agencies and post-approval monitoring, support, and notifications.
Translation, notarization, and legality of a person’s personal documents are examples of support services (certificate of criminal record, study diploma, marriage certificate, birth certificate etc).
Clients receive timely updates and alerts regarding pertinent changes to immigration policies.