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Hansd1
8/5/2016 11:11 EST

retiring in Romania in abot 6 weeks. I am Canadian citizen my wife is romanian. can I get a long term residency card . if so how do I go about it thanks

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johnkorst
8/6/2016 13:11 EST

You're married to a Romanian? There shouldn't be any problem. I'd check with your nearest Romanian Consulate for details.

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romaniac
8/18/2016 00:43 EST

You must apply for a Long stay D/VF Family Reintegration visa. After you receive the visa you can then travel to Romania and obtain a Permis de Sedere (Residence Permit) allowing you to stay 1 year, which is renewable up to 5 years.

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johnkorst
8/18/2016 20:14 EST

Thanks for the input. What happens after 5 years?
Is it different if you marry a Romanian while you are in Romania?

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