Consular services. Visas

Information about the Romanian Visa

For details on the Romanian visa, visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website – Visa section.



(in regard to Romanian Visa applicants)

According to the provisions of Law 677/2001 for the protection of individuals regarding the processing of personal data and the free circulation of this data, with subsequent modifications and additions, the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs – registered as operator of personal data, in the Reference Register for the Processing of Personal Data belonging to the National Authority for the Supervision and Processing of Personal Data (A.N.S.P.D.C.P.), under reference number 5285 –, through Romania’s diplomatic missions and consular offices abroad and in cooperation with the National Centre for Visas, has the obligation to safely manage, for the specified purposes only and in accordance to the legal provisions, the processing of the personal data provided regarding yourself, a member of your family or any other person.

The purpose for collecting these data is: the processing and examination of the Romanian entry visa applications, as well as the issuing of the requested visas.

Individuals, who, for the above mentioned purposes, are subject to the procedure of processing personal data, and who decide to apply online for a Romanian entry visa, through E-VIZA electronic portal for visa facilitation, have the obligation to provide the required information by filling in the visa application forms*, the refusal to provide the required information leading to the inadmissibility of the visa application, which will be rejected.

All registered information which has been communicated through E-VIZA electronic portal in the visa application process is destined to be used only by an authorised operator and will remain exclusively with Romanian diplomatic missions and consular offices abroad.

According to the provisions of Law 677/2001, you are granted the right to access and intervene over your personal data, the right to avoid being subject to an individual decision and the right to refer to justice. Also, you have the right to oppose the processing of your personal data and to demand that these be erased **. In order to exercise these rights you must address a request (dated and signed) to the National Centre for Visas within the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Your right to refer to justice is also guaranteed.

According to the provisions of art. 41, par. 1 of the Law 271/2010 regarding the establishment, organization and management of the National Informational System for Visas and the participation of Romania to the Informational System for Visas, your personal data cannot be transferred or provided to a third country or to an international organization, the exception being the cases specified in art. 41, par. 2 of the above mentioned Law.

If some of your personal data is incorrect, we kindly ask you to inform us as soon as possible.


* Each section in the visa application form, which is marked with (*), must not be filled in by third country applicants, which are family members of an EU or EES citizen (spouse, offspring or ascendants under legal care).

** In case you do not agree with the processing of your personal data, you must acknowledge the fact that your application becomes inadmissible. Furthermore, if you wish to have your personal data erased, and request this during the time you hold a visa which has been granted on the basis of these data, the visa shall be revoked. In case a decision in regard to your visa application has not been taken, the application processing will come to a halt and the visa fees will not be returned to the applicant, as per the provisions applicable in this matter.

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