- Overview: Romania
- Global HR Compliance
- Global PEO and Payroll
- Expand without a company set up
- Contractor vs. Employee: Which Is Better?
- Work Permit for Hiring Expats in Romania via PEO
Work Permit and Visa in Romania. Immigration Support via PEO
When expanding your business internationally, you may need to hire foreign employees. This can require knowledge of the foreign country’s labor laws, incorporation procedures, and immigration requirements for expatriates. If you are already hiring or planning to onboard expatriates for your international projects in Romania, there are a few things to keep in mind.
- Immigration Compliance
- How to secure a work permit or visa so that foreigners are eligible to work in Romania
- Timelines to get a permit or visa
- How to payroll ex-pats after the permits have been received
- Whether it makes sense to open and keep your business entity to employ ex-pats directly
Adaptability: The New Competitive Advantage a Global PEO Can Offer in Romania
Are you looking for qualified talent in your industry but don’t want to go through the hassle of setting up your own legal entity in Romania? Look no further!
Acumen International’s global PEO and EOR services can help you by providing faster access to qualified talent in your industry. Our PEO and EOR services can help you get a presence in Romania quickly and easily without worrying about compliance with immigration, labor, and tax regulations.
- You have hired an employee but are unhappy with your current employment service provider.
- You’ve decided to hire an independent contractor instead of a full-time employee, but you’re unsure if you comply with local laws and regulations.
- You are currently looking to improve the quality of your employment services.
- You can no longer afford to maintain a fully legal operation via your entity in the target country.
- You have a temporary project or one that doesn’t require you to open a legal entity in the target country.
- You need to hire a foreign workforce for your new project.
- If you want to expand your business, you will need a mix of local and foreign employees. Those familiar with the local market can help reduce the learning curve.
- You are looking for a partner that will allow you to expand your business by hiring locally experienced employees. This will allow you to tap into a wealth of knowledge and experience to help you grow your business.
Starting a Business In Romania? How a Global PEO Can Ignite Your Expansion and Cut Costs
A global PEO or Employer of Record solution with immigration support can be a viable alternative to direct hiring ex-pats via your company in Romania. This solution gives companies freedom from the need to keep the entity in the country while employing ex-pats in full compliance with Romanian labor legislation. Immigration support is part of a global PEO service that precedes employment. As a PEO service provider, Acumen International can sponsor a work permit and then employ an ex-pat in Romania on the client’s behalf.
Increase Your Chances to Get a Work Permit in Romania with a Global PEO
When considering a move to Romania, many international companies are attracted by the country’s low costs and its high level of English fluency. But it can be hard to navigate the complexities of local immigration rules and hiring a foreign workforce. If you’re an employer looking to do business in Romania, you may have heard about the strict visa regulations for foreign employees.
Most employers are unfamiliar with the hiring process in Romania, but it’s worth noting that your company must obtain a work permit for each expatriate employee. This can be hard on its own, but it can become even more complicated for highly skilled professionals. By law, certain occupations require a minimum of years of experience to qualify for a work permit. There might be other limitations as well for skilled employees.
If you’re looking to sponsor a work permit or visa for an employee in Romania, partnering with a global PEO solutions provider is the best way to minimize rejection risks and take the hassle out of immigration procedures. With years of experience in employment law and immigration, our team can help make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible.
Please note, that we are not an immigration service! We do not provide a work permit and immigration support as a standalone solution to individuals willing to work overseas.
Global PEO Solution with Work Permit and Visa Sponsorship in Romania
At Acumen International, we understand that hiring a foreign workforce and relocating skilled employees can be a stressful and time-consuming process for employers. That’s why we have a dedicated team of professionals who will guide you through every step of the immigration or relocation process, from visa and work permit sponsorship to compliant onboarding of your employees or managing contractors.
Our ‘work permit and hiring ex-pats through a Global PEO’ solution is designed for employer companies that want to transfer selected ex-pats to Romania or individuals whose employers are ready to finance their immigration and foreign employment in the country. The service is mainly used by companies hiring highly skilled personnel and willing to retain them by offering employee status and benefits.
At Acumen International, we provide more than just work permits and employment for ex-pats in Romania. We can also offer medical insurance, housing, office rent, mobile phone and car provision to meet-and-greet, dependents relocation, and more. So if you’re looking for a comprehensive solution to your global staffing needs, look no further than Acumen International PEO (Professional Employer Organization).
When Use Global PEO Solution with Work Permit and Visa Sponsorship in Romania
Focus on your primary business goals, and let us take care of the work permit and immigration in Romania for you. Use our all-in-one solution:
- For long-term assignments in Romania, allowing to payroll and manage ex-pats with full legal compliance without a legal entity
- As an interim solution, before incorporating in Romania.
Global Mobility Solution for Foreign Workforce in Romania
Acumen International can help make the process as smooth as possible. We can help you with everything from getting a work permit or visa to onboarding and payroll for your expatriate employees. With our global mobility and PEO solution, you can staff any international assignments in Romania without worrying about the financial risks of hiring expatriate personnel.
Are you looking to relocate your business to Romania? Or perhaps you’re already there and need assistance getting work permits for your international employees? Either way, we can help. With our expertise in ex-pats immigration and employment, we offer a comprehensive solution to ensure that your employees get their work permits within the standard duration of the immigration service in Romania. Learn more about the timelines and requirements for getting a work permit in Romania below, or contact us today to get started.
Estimated Time for Work Permit Issuing in Romania
The process of obtaining a work permit in Romania generally takes 3 to 8 months from the time of application until entry into Romania and an additional month to complete the process.
How to get a Work Permit in Romania
- Acknowledgment of Studies
- Local Labour Market Search
- Application for Employment Approval (local hire)
- Visa Type D/AM Application
- Entry to Romania
- Residence Permit Application
Documents for Work Permit in Romania
|Resume/CV (5 years)||Showing relevant professional experience and education for at least the last five years.||One clear copy|
|4 Passport Photographs 3.5cmx4.5cm||3.5cm x 4.5cm, in color, with a white background. Face forward, mouth closed, eyes open.||Four originals|
|Copy of all pages of passport valid for 3 months beyond the intended date of departure||Passports must have been issued within the last ten years.||One clear copy|
|Highest Educational Certificate Legalised||Original certificate legalized or Apostilled for use in Romania and accompanied by a legalized translation into Romanian if issued outside of Romania.||One legalized original; one legalized and translated copy|
|Certificates of Employment||Labour book, employment contracts, or certificates/letters from employers proving employment history for all relevant working periods.||One original; one copy|
|Police Clearance Certificate||From the country of residence or origin of the applicant. Legalized/apostilled for use in Romania. (Note that the legalization or Apostille is required for the visa stage of the process. The application for the work permit may be submitted with a police clearance with no legalization/Apostille).||One legalized and translated copy; one legalized original|
|Applicant Declaration||In Romanian, stating the applicant’s details, they are fit to work and have a minimum knowledge of the Romanian language. The applicant should sign it.||One original|
|Lease Agreement||Signed by all parties. Note that the original lease agreement for the address in Romania should be presented at the time of application, accompanied by a copy.||One clear copy; one original|
|2 Passport Photographs 3.5cm x 4.5cm||3.5cm x 4.5cm, in color, with a white background. Face forward, mouth closed, eyes open.||Two originals|
|Travel Insurance||Covering medical care for at least 6 months.||One original|
|Valid Passport||One original|
|Medical Certificate||A Romanian doctor confirms that the applicant has no diseases that could be a hazard to the public and that he/she is clinically healthy.||One original|
|Biometric Photograph||Taken at the time of appointment.||One original|
If you need to have your ex-pat personnel legally work for you in Romania without setting up your business entity, trust us to assist you with work permits and immigration support and then employ your ex-pats locally on your behalf.
If you’re new to the idea of a Global PEO (Professional Employer Organization), we’re here to explain what one is and how it can make your life easier by outsourcing the responsibilities of hiring, payroll, accounting, tax compliance, and legal compliance when it comes to employing staff in other countries. A global PEO essentially acts as an Employer of Record for you, handling all those tasks for its clients.
What Services Does a Global PEO (Professional Employment Organization) Provide in Romania?
- Global Payroll management;
- Compliance with local tax rules (file & deposit) of the country where the EOR company is located;
- Handling compliant employment contracts:
- Background, education, and other checks;
- Onboarding and termination processes, as well as employee’s compensation;
- Arranging visas and work permits for employees;
- Ensuring the working process is organized under local labor laws;
- Processing workers’ medical insurance and other benefits (day-offs, bonuses, and more);
- Global employment process maps, matter maps, employment guides, and other documentation.
Contact our team to let us take up your foreign employees’ immigration matters and relieve you of the responsibility of getting a work permit in Romania. We will work with our local partners to help organize and obtain all the necessary work permits for your employees. In addition, we will provide you with regular updates on the progress of the process. This way, you can focus on running your business while we take care of your employees’ immigration needs.
Call us for more information about how you can get a work permit for your expatriate staff and employ them through Acumen International in Romania.