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Netherlands Embassy for Romania - Address / Phone Number

Netherlands Embassy for Romania

Netherlands Embassy in Romania

Address: Blvd. Dimitrie Pompeiu 5-7, 8 et., Boekarest sector 2, 020335 Bucharest
City: Bucharest (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2/+3 hour)
Tel.: +40 21 208 60 30
Fax: +40 21 230 76 20
Consular tel.: +40 21 208 60 30
Consular fax: +40 21 230 76 20
Emergency tel.: +40 7 44 652 477
Working hours: Monday to Thursday, 9.00 - 17.30, Friday, 9.00 - 15.00
Consular hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 9.00 - 12.00

Netherlands Honorary Consulate in Cluj
Address: Avram Iancu nr. 506-508, 407280 Floresti, Cluj
City: Cluj (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2/+3 hour)
Tel.: +40 364 403 903
Fax: +40 364 403 999
Working hours: Tuesday, 9.00 - 17.00, Wednesday and Thursday, 9.00 - 13.00

Netherlands Honorary Consulate in Timisoara
Address: Str. Prot. George Popovici 8A, 300226, Timisoara jud. Timis
City: Timisoara (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2/+3 hour)
Tel.: +40-256-496 994 of +40-256-221 501
Fax: +40-256-496 994
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 12.00 - 16.00

Netherlands Honorary Consulate in Constanta
Address: 54 General Manu Street, 900674 Constanta
City: Constanta (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2/+3 hour)
Tel.: +40-241-553 355
Fax: +40-241-554.455
Working hours: Tuesday and Friday, 9.00 - 13.00, Thursday, 13.00 - 17.00

Consular services provided by the Embassy:

  • Adoption matters;
  • Civil status matters;
  • Visas;
  • Legalization of documents;
  • Dutch nationality matters;
  • Notarial services;
  • Passports, ID cards;
  • Registration of Dutch nationals abroad;
  • Assistance to Dutch nationals abroad in cases of emergency.

If Dutch citizens lose their passport abroad, the nearest Dutch embassy or consulate can help them obtain a new passport or temporary travel document (emergency passport or laissez passer). Although they are not required to report the loss of their passport to the local police, it is recommended they do so, with a view to a subsequent claim to their insurance company.

Romanian citizens can travel without a visa, for a maximum of 90 days in a six-month period of time, to the Netherlands and the Dutch Caribbean Area (Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba). For any period over 90 days in 6 months, Romanian citizens must report themselves to the local Municipality in the Netherlands for information about obtaining a residence permit.

The Embassy is closed on Romanian and Dutch holidays.

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