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If you are looking for a convenient and effective way of finding an international moving company that can help you with your international move to Romania, then Intlmovers is the place to start. We partner with a large number of reputable international moving companies who are experts in the field of international logistics and shipping.
Using the online quotation comparison service of Intlmovers will not cost you anything at all. It is a quick and easy way of requesting free quotes in order to compare your options for your international move to Romania. It will only take you a couple of moments to submit your request, and you can receive up to six quote responses to help you make your moving company decision.
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Simply select where you are moving from and where you are moving to using the easy to use drop down menu feature below. You will immediately be presented with a list of moving companies whose profile matches your moving requirements. Then you are just a short step away from receiving direct replies from up to six companies, after you complete a few basic details about your international move to Romania. Obtaining free quotes could not be easier!
How www.intlmovers.com works
- Choose where you are moving to and from on the menu
- Select from the listed international movers
- Complete the simple online quotation request form
How to use Intlmovers
To quickly and easily compare international moving companies for your move to Romania:
- Select where you are to moving from and to, and click on ‘Find moving companies!’
- Review the list of international moving companies, and click on ‘Request quotation’
- Complete the easy request form and receive quotes directly for international moves to Romania.
Moving to Romania
Romania is rich in history both politically and geographically. Romania sits in southeastern Europe along the lower Danube River and borders the Black Sea. Modern Romania is made up of three merged countries: Transylvania, Moldavia and Wallachia. Its climate is between temperate to continental and has four distinct seasons. The average yearly temperature is 11°F or 52°F but the winters can be cold and often have snowfall that offer great conditions for the many ski resorts throughout Romania. The country generally receives around 750mm or 30 inches of rainfall a year. Summers are warm on average of 28°C or 82°F and hotter temperatures in August and September are not uncommon.
The name Romania comes from the Roman translation “people of Rome” which was used during the time of the Roman occupation. Around 440 BC to 81 BC, Rome made large efforts to educate and spread Roman culture throughout the occupied territories along the Black Sea. It is believed that the modern language used in the country today is mostly based off of historical influence from the former Roman Empire.
Romania is a picturesque country to visit for those that enjoy nature and exploration. The country is very mountainous with numerous natural parks, canyons, lakes and waterfalls. Many medieval style villages and castles can be found on hilltops or mountain sides which make great places for tourist to visit. The well known story of count Dracula in Transylvania was written by Irish author Bram Stoker after visiting the medieval country side of Romania. It does often look like a story book because most of its towns are extremely old and have colorful painted houses with cobble stone streets. The coast of Romania is a popular destination for resort hoping along the cites of for example Olimp, Saturn, Mangalia and Neptun and is often referred to as the Rivera of Romania.
About Moving to Romania
Anyone visiting Romania within the first 90 days of arrival does not have to apply for a permit. Those who intend to stay in Romania more than 90 days have to apply with the Romanian Immigration Office for a temporary residence permit.
Cost of Living in Romania
The cost of living in Romania is one of the lowest in Europe. As in most cases, your highest cost will be housing and the price you pay will be based on the neighborhood and condition in which you like to live. In Bucharest, living in the city center can cost you between €1500 and €2500 for an apartment in a good area. Outside of Bucharest you can expect to pay around €500 a month or less for a one bedroom apartment. Utility costs for water, gas and power for a one bedroom apartment can range around €75 per month. Most affordable high rise apartments are left over from the communist era; they don’t offer an attractive appearance but can reduce your living expenses. Food, clothing and most consumer goods are quite inexpensive compared to the rest of Europe, and can be as much as 20% less.
Visas for Romania
Visa for residence in Romania can be very bureaucratic in that if you apply for a residence visa you may get a lot of paperwork that may be difficult to understand and the rules for visas in Romania change regularly. It is advised to process your visa at a local Romanian Embassy prior to leaving your home country. You may receive additional help and advice by the embassy which will save you a lot of trouble. You do need to meet certain immigration qualifications before you will be considered for a residence visa.
After you obtain a residence visa you will have to apply for a work visa. The requirements vary from visa to visa, and whilst the below gives you an overview of the three visas for work, you should contact the Romanian Immigration office for up to date information and assistance.
- for Economic Activities
- for Commercial Activities
- for Employment
- for Economic Activities
Obtaining a visa for a longer stay for professional activities
For taking part in business in Romania long term, you will need to show proof of your work and qualifications, as well as and the type of work activities you will carry out that match your occupation.
To apply for work related visas you must submit the following:
- Submit proof that they fulfill the requirements related to their occupation;
- Proof of meeting the requirements regarding professional training certification, provided for by the legislation on the organization and development of economic activities by natural persons;
- Submit proof that in the country of origin they carry out a profession similar to the one they intend to carry out in Romania;
- Submit the proof of the travel medical insurance valid for the entire period of validity of the visa;
- Submit the criminal record or another document that bares the same legal value.
Addditionally there are other visas available for longer stays
- Family reunification
- Religious reasons or activities
- Diplomatic services
- Research and scienc
Popular moves to Romania
Romania is a popular international destination for people from Italy, Germany an France
Tips for moves to Romania
- Get information about housing, negotiating a rental contract and familiarize yourself with government services in Romania before you leave. There are no visitor centers or information center to help you. If you don’t speak Romanian, then getting things done can be a challenge.
- Both travelers and resident applicants need to have with you a copy of a current bank statement, travel health insurance documents, and recommendation letter from your employer, hotel receipt and or copy of your reservation or place of stay.
- Check information with the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs often as the rules change quite frequentl
Obligation free quotes
One of the main benefits of requesting quotes from Intlmovers , in addition to being quick, is that all responses are completely obligation free. We want you to be completely satisfied with the quote that you receive and so we recommend that you only accept a quote if it meets your moving needs. Try out our free quotes with Intlmovers!