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Embassy of Switzerland for Romania - Address / Phone Number

Embassy of Switzerland for Romania

Embassy of Switzerland in Romania

Address: 16-20, Grigore Alexandrescu Str., 4th Floor, 010626 Bucharest
City: Bucharest (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2/+3 hour)
Tel.: +40 21 206 16 00, +40 21 206 16 40
Fax: +40 21 206 16 20
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 - 12.00
Jurisdiction: Romania and Bulgaria   As the official representation of Switzerland, the Embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries. It represents Swiss interests in the areas of political, economic, financial and legal affairs, as well as science, education and culture.

The Embassy provides consular services related to the following matters:

  • Issuance of attestations and certificates;
  • Citizenship matters;
  • Civil status affairs (marriage, birth, death, etc.);
  • Issuance of criminal records;
  • Emergency assistance for Swiss citizens in distress;
  • Legalisation of documents;
  • Issuance of passports and identity cards;
  • Political rights to vote;
  • Registration, deregistration and change of address;
  • Social security and social insurance;
  • Registration of Swiss citizens abroad.

All consular services and visa support for people resident in Romania and Bulgaria are provided by the Regional Consular Centre South-eastern Europe Bucharest located at the Embassy of Switzerland.

The loss or theft of a Swiss ID document abroad must be reported as soon as possible to the local police as well as to the relevant Swiss representation. A police report (declaration of loss) is also required to make it possible to prepare a new identity document, such as a temporary passport.

Protocol II on the Free Movement of Persons definitively came into force on 1 June 2009. These regulations concern Romania and Bulgaria. Following the entry into force of Protocol II, Romanian nationals can enter and remain in Switzerland without a visa for a period of up to 90 days within a six month period. A valid Romanian passport or identity card is sufficient to enter Switzerland.

Foreigners with residence in Romania may be granted a visa by the regional consular center in Bucharest. Complete applications for short stay visas type C (tourists, visitors, business, stay up to 90 days within 6 months) are in general processed within one to four weeks, depending on your nationality and case.

The Embassy is closed on official holidays.

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