Romania Digital Nomad Visa 2024 (Process, Requirements)

Digital Nomads are the ones who can perform remote work from anywhere in the world using digital communications through information and communication technology. The Romania Digital Nomad Visa is a great opportunity to attract all non-Europeans. Foreign citizens can apply for the Romania Long Stay Visa for Other purposes – D/AS. Romania aims to attract over 2,000 digital nomads annually. The Romanian government will not charge you any income tax if you are already paying taxes in your home country.

Romania has been a favorite destination of many digital nomads due to low-income requirements, tax-free income, low cost of living, fast internet speed, and smooth visa process. According to the VisaGuide.World Romania holds the number 3 spot, following only Spain and Argentina. This Visa was launched in December 2021 to boost the economy of the country. More information and the application process is given below.

About Romania Digital Nomad Visa

  • Visa Name: Long Stay Visa for Other purposes – D/AS (For Nomads)
  • Visa Validity: One year, and renewable to another one year
  • Job offer Requirement: No Job offer is required from Romania
  • Visa Process: Smooth, quick
  • No. of Visas: 2,000 annually
  • Processing Time: 2 weeks on average

Also Check: Romania Seasonal Worker Visa (Application Process)

Benefits for a Digital Nomad 

  • Easy application process. You can apply for the Romania digital nomad visa at your local Romanian embassy or through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.
  • Tax-free: The Romanian government will not charge you any income tax if you are already paying in your own country.
  • Low cost of living. Romania is one of the countries in Europe with the lowest living costs.
  • Low-income requirements.
  • An opportunity to Travel to other Schengen countries without the need for a visa.
  • Romania is a European Union country.

Also Check: Romania Study Visa Process

Requirements of a Romania Digital Nomad Visa

  • You must be able to prove that you can work remotely.
  • If you are working for any company remotely it should not be registered in Romania.
  • Freelancers, Youtubers, Bloggers, and Vloggers can apply.
  • You need health insurance that covers all the costs during your travel and your stay in Romania and needs to cover at least €30,000.
  • Certificate of a clean criminal record.
  • Completed visa application form
  • Valid passport (with at least 6 months validity beyond your intended stay)
  • Two recent passport-sized photos
  • Proof of accommodation in Romania (hotel reservation, rental agreement)
  • Bank statements or documents demonstrating sufficient financial resources
  • Proof or remote working.
  • Proof of Paid taxes.
  • Proof of ticket to enter the country.
  • Minimum Income Requirement: Have average earnings 3x the gross monthly average salary in Romania. This keeps changing. According to different resources, you must earn between €3,300 (Euros) to €3,700 for the past six months.

Also Check: Romania Government Scholarship 2024 (Fully Funded)

How to Apply for the Romania Digital Nomad Visa?

The application process for the digital nomad visa in Romania is very straightforward. The process goes smoothly if you comply with all the requirements.

  • Create an online account on the Romanian eVisa Platform.
  • Prepare the required documents: Gather all the required documents listed here
  • Apply for the visa: Make sure to select the right visa type. In this case, you should select (Long Stay Visa for Other purposes – D/AS).
  • Wait for a response. Your application will be approved in about two weeks.

If you want to know the application process for the Romania work visa read our article on Romania Work Visa Process. The Romania govt has a quota of 100,000 permits for Foreign Nationals.


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