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How much cash can you bring into Romania?

How much cash can you bring into Romania?

Romanian Customs regulations are in line with those of most European countries. A traveler can enter and leave Romania with up to 10,000 Euros (or equivalent) in cash or traveler’s checks. Amounts over 10,000 Euros have to be declared when entering the country.

How does a person become a citizen of Romania?

First of all, Romanian Citizenship by descent is passed through blood line ( Jus Sanguinis ), NOT place of birth ( Jus Soli ). For example, the simple fact of being born in the territory of Romania does not make you automatically a Romanian citizen, no matter if you have ancestors that were Romanian cannot give you the right to citizenship.

How to exchange a foreign drivers license for a Romanian one?

To exchange a foreign driver’s license for a Romanian one (preschimbare permis) you must first obtain certain documents which are required by Romanian’s driver’s license bureau (DRPCIV). After you’ve obtained all the required documents, you need to make an appointment to the DRPCIV center in the jurisdiction of your domicile/residency.

What do I need to take my dog into Romania?

Documents needed to take your pet into Romania include: 1. Proof of rabies vaccinations – Rabbies Certificate (Your veterinarian issued documentation that proves rabies vaccination and disproves the existence of rabies in your pet, specifying that this documentation is certified for your travel to the EU).

How much does it cost to live in Romania?

1 Family of four estimated monthly costs: 9,396 lei 2 Single person estimated monthly costs: 4,250 lei 3 Cost of living in Romania is cheaper than in 67% of countries in Eastern Europe (8 out of 12) 4 Cost of living in Romania is cheaper than in 75% of countries in the World (56 out of 75)

Is it possible to buy an apartment in Romania?

While rent remains in most cases similar to that of the previous couple of years, the prices for purchasing an apartment or a house in Romania have skyrocketed and some of them are so high that I wonder if anybody will ever buy.

First of all, Romanian Citizenship by descent is passed through blood line ( Jus Sanguinis ), NOT place of birth ( Jus Soli ). For example, the simple fact of being born in the territory of Romania does not make you automatically a Romanian citizen, no matter if you have ancestors that were Romanian cannot give you the right to citizenship.

Why is Romania the cheapest country in Europe?

First of all, Romania remains one of the poorest countries in Europe and also one of the cheapest, despite the increasing prices. Second of all, if you are getting your income in a foreign currency, this shouldn’t affect you as much. For example, the price of an US dollar last year was 5.64% lower than it is today.