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Romanian Embassy for Germany - Address / Phone Number

Romanian Embassy for Germany

Romanian Embassy in Germany

Address: Dorotheenstraße 62-66
City: Berlin (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.:  +49 30 21 23 92 02
Fax: +49 30 21 23 93 99
Emergency tel.: +49(0)16090874228
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 17.00
Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 8.00 – 14.00 

Romanian Embassy in Germany provides consular assistance to Romanian citizens, irrespective of their country of residence, people who have Romanian citizenship and EU citizens if their country has no diplomatic representative in the Republic of Lithuania. The Embassy provides these consular services:

  • Issues temporary travel documents;
  • Assists in renewing expired identity documents;
  • Assists in obtaining civil status certifications (birth, marriage, death);
  • Provides notary services (legalization of documents needed abroad);
  • Assists in recovery/waiver of Romanian citizenship;
  • Assists Romanian citizens in case of emergencies (assistance in obtaining services of a lawyer, translator, physician, funeral home, assistance in dealing with local authorities, informing relatives).

The Romanian diplomatic mission can assist their citizens with the following:

  • Assistance and consular protection of Romanian citizens equally irrespective of sex, race, age, religion, within the limits of international law and local regulations.
  • Addressing your issues in a professional manner and in full compliance with the law.
  • Treat information you provide in accordance with the regulations on personal data protection. Respond to your requests as soon as possible verbal and/or written.
  • Provides clear explanations based on legal provisions.

Theft or loss of a valid passport must be reported to the police and a police report should be presented when applying for a new passport. Otherwise a passport is applied as normally. When reporting a lost passport to the police it should be noted that a report made by telephone and a registration number given  on the basis of that might not be adequate proof to the insurance company. The report can be made in person at a police station so that a report of the crime is available in writing.

Holders of an EEA (EU Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) or Swiss passport do not require a visa. Nationals from EU-countries as well as Switzerland and Liechtenstein may stay for an unlimited time. Holders of German Passports (European Union) do not need a visa for Romania. There are no restrictions on the remaining validity of ones passport, providing the traveler leaves Italy before its expiry date. 

The visa processing fees are charged beforehand, in EUR, as well as in US Dollars, or in the currency of the state of residence, based on the average exchange rate to the EUR. In countries with a free currency market, visa fees are usually charged in EUR or in US Dollars.

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