The supporting documents which prove the reason for the trip to Romania (invitations from companies/ institutions, notarial letters of guarantee/ invitation, travel insurance etc.) must be presented in original and copy. The copies will be kept by the Embassy and the original returned to the applicant so as to be presented, upon request of the border police, at the entry point in Romania. In order to avoid any attempt to circumvent the legislation regarding work permits, the Embassy approves only a maximum of 15 days
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for contracts or negotiations; for training local employees or checking the use and operation of goods acquired or sold under commercial and industrial co-operation contracts; as well as to third-country nationals who are or will become associates or shareholders of companies in Romania.the corresponding visa is type C/A.
Correct and complete supporting documents must be submitted so as to identify the purpose of travel in one of the above mentioned categories. The Embassy issues business visas only for well documented situations and for short periods of stay.
for longer term upaid internships, job rotation or professional training, within a company in the public or private sector, authorized according to the provisions of national legislation in force, or within an accredited professional training provider organization;
by a foreign company with headquarters on the territory of a member state of the World Trade Organisation to an own representative office, branch or regional office situated on the territory of Romania, or to a commercial company, Romanian legal person, whose shareholder or associate the foreign company is, which has the same object of activity, if they can prove that they are in no employment relation with another Romanian legal person;
by an employer with headquarters abroad to a legal person in Romania, on the basis of a commercial service contract concluded between the two parties; the corresponding visa is D/AS.