Non-EU Dependents. Spouses and children should obtain Romanian immigration documents for family reunification (i.e. special approvals from the General Inspectorate for Immigration, long-stay D-type visas, residence permits), if accompanying the foreign national during his/her long-stay in Romania.
Children are required to obtain a residence permit, irrespective of their age.
Family reunification procedures can be initiated once the foreign national obtains his/her Romanian residence permit / EU Blue. Card (The residence permit should be valid for at least 1 year). Family members of some nationals can enter Romania together with the main applicant. Requirements must be reviewed individually as per each case. Marriage and birth certificates with either the Hague Convention Apostille or over-legalisation stamps, as appropriate, are required for family member applications.
EU Dependents. EU nationals may travel freely to Romania, but are required to register their residence in the country. Registration is processed based on a marriage certificate for a spouse and birth certificates for children, bearing either the Hague Convention Apostille or over-legalisation stamps, as appropriate.