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Yet another European Union member state has announced the implementation of the EU blue card procedure.
On November 14, 2011 the Romanian immigration office in Bucharest received the first round of biometric residence permits and started their distribution among non-EU foreigners who have been awaiting new cards since September. Issuance of
On November 8, 2011, the Romanian immigration authority announced that the quota for work permits available for seconded employees has reached its predetermined limit for the year 2011. As a result, foreign employees who were to be seconded to
Romania introduced important changes in its immigration legislation in order to create the necessary legal framework to meet EU requirements. New legislation is to unify the regulations with standards set forth by European Union.
Although it is summer time, The Romanian Chamber of Deputies has just adopted a new ordinance concerning the use of winter tires in the country. Winter is normally the time when the majority of accidents are caused by inappropriate tires on
The Romanian government is currently discussing passing a law that will reduce the number of work permits issued to foreigners in the upcoming year. In 2011, foreign employees would thus make up only 0.12 percent of the total number of employees
Take a look at our cultural tips from Romania on our list below: If a child places a postcard or image of a destination inside a backpack (has to be for a few moments with the
Bucharest society recently attended the opening of the European Art Gallery (EAG), a new artistic enterprise that promises to lead the way in a revitalization of how Romanian art is marketed, evaluated and