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You can become a Romanian citizenship:
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Most countries where descendants of Romanian emigrants live today, such as the United States, Canada, UK, Australia, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, and Israel allow dual citizenship. Romanian law dictates, however, that anyone who holds dual citizenship is considered by Romanian authorities as a Romanian citizen irrespective of citizenship in another country.
Answer: Applications may be submitted to the headquarters of the National Citizenship Authority in Bucharest, to the Territorial Offices in Iasi, Galati, Suceava and Timisoara, as well as to the Romania’s diplomatic mission in your country of domicile or in the country where you have a legal residence permit.
Answer: Information about the file status can be received following a petition submitted to the NCA, indicating the file number and other identification information required by the law on petitions.
Answer: The order for granting or regaining Romanian citizenship shall be notified to the applicant by means of registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt, immediately after the issuance of the order by the Chairperson of the National Citizenship Authority.
Answer: Within 3 months from the date of the notice of the National Citizenship Authority Chairperson’s order regarding the granting or regaining the Romanian citizenship, the persons who have acquired or regained Romanian citizenship shall take an oath of loyalty to Romania at the headquarters of the National Citizenship Authority – those who have applied for the residence in Romania, and at the Romania’s diplomatic mission in the country of domicile or residence – those applying for maintaining their residence abroad.
Answer: The certificate of Romanian citizenship is issued to the person concerned during the oath taking ceremony.
Answer: After obtaining the certificate of citizenship, persons concerned will go to the Registry Office in the locality where they reside in Romania, with a view to transcript the marital status documents (birth / marriage certificate) in Romanian.
Persons who are not resident in Romania will request the transcription of civil status documents at Bucharest Municipality’s Public Directorate of Personal Records and Marital Status of Sector 1.
Documents and fees necessary when submitting the application for granting Romanian citizenship
The application for getting Romanian citizenship may be personally handed in or, for serious reasons, through a proxy based a certified special power of attorney at the registered office of National Authority for Citizenship from Bucharest.
After handing in the application, the Chairman of the Commission for Citizenship, by a resolution determines the term when the Commission for Citizenship will check the fulfilment of requirements necessary for getting Romanian citizenship, also deciding to request information in order to verify the fulfilment of conditions defined by art. 8 p. (1) let. b) and e) of Law regarding Romanian citizenship. The commission verifies the fulfilment of requirements necessary for receiving the Romanian citizenship. If some documents necessary for solving the respective application are missing, the Chairman of Commission may ask, by a resolution, to complete the file.
2.The application solved by Commission for Citizenship
At the date determined for application debate, the Commission for Citizenship verified the fulfilment of requirements necessary for getting Romanian citizenship, excepting those defined by art. 8 p. (1) let. f) and g) of the Law regarding Romanian citizenship. If the requirements for getting Romanian citizenship were fulfilled, the Commission has to fix the interview of that person within 6 months, in order to check the requirements defined by art. 8 p. (1) let. f) and g) la the Law regarding Romanian citizenship.
The commission for citizenship verified the fulfilment of requirements for getting Romanian citizenship, respectively if the applicant speaks Romanian (written and spoken), his knowledge about Romanian culture and civilization, and also regarding Romanian Constitution and national anthem.
Is the applicant was admitted to interview, the Commission has to drawn up a report mentioning the fulfilment of legal requirements for getting Romanian citizenship.
If the legal requirements for getting the citizenship were not fulfilled, and also if the interview was not passed or in case of an absence with no serious reasons, the Commission, by a motivated report, proposes to the President of National Authority for Citizenship to reject the application.
5.Issuance of the Decree of the President of National Authority for Citizenship
The President of the National Authority for Citizenship, finding that the requirements defined by the provisions of Law regarding Romanian citizenship were fulfilled, issues the decree for granting Romanian citizenship, to be communicated to applicant through a certified letter.
If the President of National Authority for Citizenship finds that the requirements defined by the Law regarding Romanian citizenship were not fulfilled, by a decree rejects the application for granting Romanian citizenship, to be immediately communicated to applicant, by a certified letter.
The Decree of the President of National Authority for Citizenship rejecting the application for granting Romanian citizenship may be attacked within 15 days after communication, before the Section of Administrative and Fiscal Contentious within the Bucharest Law Court. The Court Decision may be attacked with appeal at the Section of Administrative and Fiscal Contentious within the Court of Appeal from Bucharest.
6.Taking an oath
Within 3 months after the communication of the Decree of the President of National Authority for Citizenship for granting Romanian citizenship, the persons who obtained Romanian citizenship have to take an oath of allegiance for Romania.
According to art. 21 p. (1) of the Law regarding Romanian citizenship no. 21/1991, republished, “if the persons who obtained the Romanian citizenship did not took an oath of allegiance” within 3 months after communication of decree, “means the suspension of all effects of the decree for granting or regaining Romanian citizenship regarding the concerned person”.