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Apostille For Romania in India

Romania is a member of the Hague Nation and Apostille is enough to prove that the Document is Genuine

What is apostille for Romania?

Apostile for Romania is a way to legalize a certificate to be used in a foreign country. There are many authorities that do the attestation of documents in India such as Notary, State/SDM, MEA, and Embassy. However, the final attestation is done by the Ministry of External Affairs. When a document gets attested by the Ministry of India then the foreign country comes to know all the given details are accurate. This is an essential step for all the countries that are a part of the Hague Nations

Documents that a person should have to get an apostille for Romania.

There are in total three kinds of documents such as personal, commercial, and educational. A person should have the below-mentioned documents along with them to get an apostille for Romania. Let’s have a look at them:

  • Original documents that a person wants to attest. This can be a Birth/Marriage/PCC/Single Status certificate. 
  • A photocopy of the passport(only the front and last page).
  • A photocopy of the license. 
  • Aadhar Card photocopy. 

4 Simple steps to get MEA Apostille on your Documents 

  1. Register on Apostille Portal 
  2. Collect all  Documents you want to Apostille 
  3. Submit the Original / Photocopies of documents
  4. Receive Documents with Apostille Directly to your home

Why should a person get the apostille for Romania?

There are several reasons that make an apostille for a document necessary. These are as follows:

What are the details that are mentioned on a Birth certificate apostille for Romania?

There are some specific details that can be seen on the birth certificate apostille for Romania. A quick overview is given below:

  1. Certificate No: A unique number is added
  2. Certificate issued Date: 00/00/0000 date and time are added
  3. Account Reference: ALPHA CODE
  4. Unique Doc. Reference: ALPHANUMERIC
  5. Purchased by: NAME
  6. Description of Document: ARTICLE 4 AFFIDAVIT
  7. Description: AFFIDAVIT
  8. Consideration Price (Rs.): ZERO
  9. First Party: NAME OF PERSON
  10. Second Party: N/A
  11. Stamp Duty Paid By: NAME OF PERSON
  12. Stamp Duty Amount(Rs.): AMOUNT

What is the exact procedure that a person should follow for the document attestation for Romania?

There are several authorities involved in the attestation process for Romania. So, read all the steps carefully.

  • Notary Attestation: The first step for the attestation of documents is to visit the notary. Here all the documents will be checked by them. If all the information that is given on the document is found correct then only the notary will place the signature and stamp. 
  • State/SDM Attestation: The second step of attestation is to submit the documents to any of the mentioned authorities. The documents will be checked by either of them. After verification, a stamp will be put by the authorities on the documents. 

At State attestation, it takes around three to four weeks to complete the attestation process. Although, the same procedure of attestation can be completed in around three to five days so to save time it is better to choose SDM attestation. However, if the country has specified the state attestation, a person must choose state attestation irrespective of time. 

  • Ministry of External Affairs: This is one of the necessary steps of the complete attestation process. Here the authorities will scan each and every detail with utmost care. So, ensure that all the given information is accurate. When the MEA finds out that the details provided are correct then only MEA places a sticker and a stamp on the document. This sticker has a unique number that the foreign country can use to get online information. So, with this, a lot of time is saved. 
  • Embassy Attestation: This is a step for the countries that are not a part of the Hague Nations. In this, documents along with the embassy fees are submitted. The embassy will attest after the information is found true and correct. 


What is the validity of a PCC apostille for Romania?

The validity of a PCC apostille for Romania is six months. However, there are some countries that accept documents that are more than 6 months old or a year old. So, it varies from one country to another. It is better to visit an apostille service provider to know the exact validity.

Are the charges vary for Single Status Certificate Apostille for Romania and Marriage Certificate Apostille for Romania?

The charges depend on several aspects. The state where the documents are produced. Further, the number of documents that are to be attested. Moreover, the type of document and lastly, the fees that are charged by the service provider. 

An apostille service provider can guide better about the charges after analyzing the documents. Ensure that the service provider is genuine and can take care of the documents as all the documents that are to be presented are original. 

Is there any extra step that is to be performed for the countries that are not a part of the Hague Nations?

There are in total four steps for the apostille of documents for the countries that are not a part of the Hague Nations. 

The fourth step which is Embassy Attestation is an extra step for Non-Hague nations. In case a person is applying for these countries then it is a must to get Embassy attestation. Romania is also one of the countries that are a part of the Hague Nations. So, for that only the first three steps are required.

In how much time can a person get the Apostille for Romania done?

The duration of the document apostille depends on the rush at the authorities. However, in around seven to ten days a person can get the apostille for Romania done. To know about the exact time contact a trustworthy apostille service provider. 

To obtain a Romanian work visa, some common documents that may need to be apostilled include:

To obtain a Romanian dependent visa, some common documents that may need to be apostilled include:

To obtain a Romanian student visa, some common documents that may need to be apostilled include:

  • Birth certificate
  • Police clearance certificate
  • Education and qualification certificates

To obtain a Romanian bluecard visa, some common documents that may need to be apostilled include:

Again, these are just some common examples of the types of documents that may need to be apostilled for these visas. It is best to consult with the Romanian government or a legal professional for specific guidance on the documents that need to be apostilled for your situation. The requirements may vary depending on your specific circumstances.

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