UPDATE – May 18, 2020 : Starting with May 18 2020, most businesses in Romania will have reopened to the public including National Authority for Romanian Citizenship; General Directorate for Romanian Passports and all other public offices . Although access will be limited to follow local safety guidelines, our team will be able to assist all the clients interested to get Romanian documents; Romanian citizenship or Romanian Passports.
UP-DATE (April 28, 2020):
The Vital Records offices here in Romania will open for business, starting with MAY 4, 2020.
So, please contact us if you want to obtain Romanian vital records (as Romanian birth/marriage/death certificates), to issue the birth/marriage records for your Romanian ancestor, to initiate archival researches, to register the foreign birth or marriage in Romania (transcription procedure of the foreign civil acts), or to register your divorce or name changes in Romania.
For those of you who have an upcoming appointment with a Romanian Consulate, we strongly suggest you check their website first.
PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO THE “STATE OF EMERGENCY” THAT ROMANIA INSTITUTED UNTIL MAY 15, 2020, OTHER PUBLIC OFFICES (as General Directorate for Romanian Passports, or National Authority for Romanian Citizenship) SHALL REMAIN CLOSED.
We are extremely saddened by the fact that Europe has been hit so hard by the Coronavirus outbreak.
We know that the European nations are resilient. We are confident that most affected states (Italy, France, Spain, Austria, Germany) will return stronger than ever. They have done it for centuries, they will survive again!
With this in mind, we have been talking to several of you who have expressed concerns regarding the consequences that this health crisis may have on the services that we offer.
Due to the current health emergency, Romanian authorities have implemented temporary measures that affect access to citizenship services and vital records services, and which are aimed at reducing the spread of Covid-19.
For those of you who have an upcoming appointment with a Romanian Consulate, we strongly suggest you to check their website first.
On the other hand, we kindly advice you that our Romanian Citizenship Services & More are not affected.
All present and future applicants should always take in consideration that the journey to Romanian EU Citizenship is not a short one; the time it takes to put together an entire document portfolio is between 12 to 24 months (or longer). By then, we sincerely hope that this Coronavirus will be a thing of the past!
Anyway, please be aware that some services may be difficult to process due to the Coronavirus, since Romanian authorities have suspended the public appointments up to March 27.