Stay and Work Permits

Stay and Work Permits

Law Office Alina Szilaghi provides comprehensive assistance and representation services on the procedure for obtaining residence and work permits.

Stay and Work Permits

Law Office “Szilaghi Alina” has a vast experience in obtaining work permits (work permits), as well as temporary residence permits or permits.

The services provided by our law firm include:

  • Advice on obtaining a residence visa;
  • Obtaining a work permit for the employment of Romanian citizens by companies based in Romania;
  • Representation in front of the Romanian Immigration Office to obtain or prolong any type of visa;
  • Extension of the right of residence;
  • Establishing your domicile in Romania;

1. The long stay visa may be required for the following purposes:

Long stay visa for employment

  • The long-stay visa for employment is granted to foreigners on the basis of the opinion of the Office for Migration of the Labor Force and the Romanian Immigration Office.
  • The opinion of the Office of Labor Migration is issued at the employer’s request, which must prove that he is carrying out legal activity in Romania, and foreigners may be employed on the territory of Romania at legally functioning employers, with the cumulative fulfillment of the following conditions:
    – The vacancies can not be occupied by Romanian citizens, the Member States of the European Union, the signatory states of the European Economic Area Agreement, as well as by permanent residents on the territory of Romania;
    – They meet the special conditions of professional training, work experience and authorization required by the employer according to the legislation in force;
    – I prove that they are medically fit to carry out that activity and do not have a criminal record that is incompatible with the activity it carries out or is going to carry out on the territory of Romania;
    – It is included in the annual quota approved by the Government Decision;
    – The employers paid up to date the obligations to the state budget;

2. Carry out business activities

This type of visa is granted, on the basis of the opinion of the Romanian Foreign Investment Agency, to foreigners who are or will become shareholders or associates of some companies with management and administration responsibilities.

3. Long stay visa for other purposes

Long-stay visas for other purposes are granted upon request by the diplomatic missions and consular offices of Romania in the country where they reside or their domicile, to the following categories of foreigners:

  • Those appointed as directors of a company;
  • Those seconded by a foreign company based in the territory of a Member State of the World Trade Organization to a representative, branch or subsidiary thereof, located on the Romanian territory or to a commercial company, the Romanian legal person whose associate/shareholder is the foreign company;
  • Those transferred by an employer-based abroad to a Romanian legal person, on the basis of a commercial service contract concluded between the two parties;
  • Those whose access to the labor market in Romania is governed by bilateral agreements concluded by Romania with another state;

4. Long stay visa for foreign family members of Romanian citizens

The long-stay visa can be granted:

  • to foreigners married to Romanian citizens, provided this is not a marriage of convenience, ascertained under the conditions provided in art. 64, and if it was concluded on the territory of Romania, the applicant had the right to stay at that date;
  • to foreigners who prove that they are not married and who are living with Romanian citizens, provided that they have at least one child together;
  • unmarried minor children, including those adopted;
  • Grade I relatives in ascending line.

5. Long stay visa for family reunification

Long-stay visas for family reunification may be granted to foreigners holding a temporary or permanent right of residence, as well as refugees recognized by the Romanian State. They can request family reunification to:

  • husband wife;
  • unmarried minor children of the right of residence and of the spouse, including children adopted jointly by them;
  • unaccompanied minors, including those adopted, of the holder of the right of residence, if they are in effective maintenance thereof;
  • unaccompanied minors, including those adopted, of the spouse of the holder of the right of residence, if they are in effective maintenance.

6. For the conduct of economic activities

Long-stay visas for carrying out economic activities are granted to foreigners who are going to carry out economic activities independently or within family associations in accordance with the law on the organization and conduct of economic activities by individuals.

7. Long stay visa for professional activities

Long-stay visas for the carrying out of individual activities are granted to foreigners who are to carry out these activities in accordance with the special laws governing the conditions for practicing the respective professions.

8. Long stay visa for studies

Long-stay visas for studies may be granted to foreigners upon request within the limits set by law by diplomatic missions and consular offices of Romania in the country in which they reside or their domicile.

9. Long stay visa for humanitarian or religious activities

Long-stay visas for humanitarian or religious activities are granted to foreigners upon request by the diplomatic missions and consular offices of Romania in the country where they reside or live.

Attorney’s office “Szilaghi Alina” provides legal representation and related consultancy, in order to grant the Romanian visa or to obtain a passport.

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