Embassy of Canada to Romania, Bulgaria and the Republic of Moldova
Be aware of your rights and obligations as a Canadian while you are living or travelling abroad.
To enquire about obtaining, renewing or replacing a Canadian driving licence, contact your provincial or territorial licencing office.
All requests for obtaining a certified criminal record check from Canada must go through the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Canada (RCMP).
With more than 260 points of service in 150 countries worldwide, Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada is ready to assist Canadians travelling, working, studying or living abroad.
Canadian documents for use in Romania must be authenticated through diplomatic channels.
Information on precautions to take when travelling with children or when a child is travelling alone. Travelling in and out of Romania falls under the jurisdiction of the local authorities.
Birth, death and marriage certificates are available from the Directorate for Persons Record and Civil Status Documents in the city where the event occurred.
If you intend to stay for a period of over 3 months, you should contact the Romanian General Inspectorate for Immigration as either self-employed, employee, self-supported, or as a student.
If you are concerned about a Canadian citizen traveling in Romania, please contact the Consular Section of the Embassy in Bucharest.
The approval of a marriage in Romania rests with the local authorities.
Make sure you have all the information you need before making your decision.
Everything you need to know to participate and vote in a Canadian election from outside the country.
Learn about your obligations and how to pay your federal income tax while you are living outside Canada.
Information and health tips on international adoption.
Youth mobility arrangements for both students and non-students to experience another culture through travel and work.