Has your Romanian residency permit expired during the lock-down period of state of emergency? Are you worried about this issue and don’t know if you can still stay in Romania under this circumstances, or whether you can still extend your permit since the expiration date has already passed?
As Romania has been through state of emergency restrictions due to the COVID-19 epidemic, most of the authorities in our country were forced to limit the direct interaction of the state employees with the citizens. Other institutions decided to suspend the activity completely, or partially suspend the activity of some departments. Under these circumstances, within the 60 day period of restrictions, many of us have been under impossibility of extending their immigration documents with the Romanian Immigration Office, for example.
Thus, we are briefly explaining below what happens if your personal Romanian immigration documents (such as your residency permit, residence registration certificate, or any temporary immigration documents) expired during the state of emergency period, and what is the legal deadline applicable for extending them at this point.
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