For the previously selected conditions you do not need a Romanian entry visa for stays of no more than 90 days in any 180-day period. Upon entering the territory of Romania you should contact the General Inspectorate for Immigration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the purpose of establishing your right of stay.
For the previously selected conditions you do not need a Romanian entry visa for stays of no more than 90 days in any 180-day period.
Members of the diplomatic missions and consular posts, as well as their family members, holders of valid diplomatic and service passports, are exempt from the visa requirement, on the condition that their appointment be notified through diplomatic channels 30 days before the beginning of their official mission.
Holders of ordinary passports issued before 25 May 2015, holders of diplomatic, official or service passports, are exempt from the Romanian visa for airport transit, for transit and from the short-stay visa requirement for stays of no more than 90 days throughout any 180-day period that precedes each day of stay on the territory of Romania.
If you are the family member of a British national – beneficiary of the Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community (Withdrawal Agreement)
and you are subject to the Romanian entry visa requirement, you must apply for a C/ZA type visa
. Details regarding the supporting documents necessary as proof of the purpose of your trip can be found
Travel alert – Polioviruses:
For individuals from Afghanistan, Madagascar, Pakistan, and Yemen
who wish to travel to Romania, the obligation for OPV (oral polio vaccine) or IPV (injectable polio vaccine) vaccination is maintained
. The aforementioned categories of persons do not have the right to leave the territories of said states, regardless of the border crossing point (road, sea, air), without documents that attest to antipolio vaccination, the authorities of said states having the right to prohibit that they leave the territory.
To avoid such situations, persons from the aforementioned categories, who apply for Romanian entry visas, are required to submit their international vaccination certificates that attest to their antipolio vaccination. For citizens from the aforementioned states that have not been vaccinated in the past 12 months, vaccination shall be made 4 weeks prior to the trip or, in cases of emergency, right before the trip.
Proof of antipolio vaccination is no longer required for individuals from China.
Also, it is recommended that individuals from Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Ivory Coast, D.R. Congo, Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea, Iran, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Central African Republic, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Tajikistan, Togo, Ukraine and Uganda
undergo vaccination before applying for a Romanian visa.