HelloI am a Citizen of Moldova with seconf citizenship - Romaniani have the internal Romania ID and i need to apply for a passportIs it possible to do it at the Consular in London?Thank you
HiThanks for your question .For clarity and the avoidance of doubt, could you please respond to the following USING THE SAME NUMBERING:-1. Which passport are you asking about – Moldovan, or Romanian?Kind regards.Tom
I am a citizen of Moldova and have all the ID's necessary for thsi one. I'm in UK on a Tier II with Moldovian passport- so at the moment i am a resident of UK
Romania- i only have my internal romanian ID. I'm looking to get my Romanian passport
HiThanks for your reply. You may be able to apply for your Romanian Passport via the Romanian Embassy in London. Here is the link to the page of the Romanian Embassy in the UK and specifically their London office:-http://londra.mae.ro/en/node/397I would contact the main switchboard and explain your requirement. They may refer you to the consular services section of the embassy itself.However, if you have not ever received your first Romanian Passport then I’m afraid they may require that you make the application in Romania. This was the rule about a year ago, but it is governed by Romanian law so it may have changed since then. Obviously, if you are a citizen of Romania then you do not need to hold a Tier 2 visa any more because your status as a EEA member state national means that you have treaty rights to work in the UK without needing a visa. However, as a Romanian Citizens you should apply for a registration certificate to confirm your right to work in the UK:-http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/eucitizens/bulgaria-romania/Please remember to RATE my answer ***3 STARS*** or above if you are satisfied that you have received the correct legal advice (even if it is not the answer you wanted to hear), otherwise I do not receive any credit for answering your question. I will answer your follow up questions on this thread.If you wish for me to provide you with further guidance on any question you may have in the future then please submit a further question to the board requesting me either by my profile or by marking your question. “FAO Tom”. Kind regards,Tom
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i have ona more question please.
As Romanian citizen i can apply for the certificate in order to continue as an emploee.
In the application section &, par 7.3 - yes, i had valid leave to remain since dec 2006 ( actually from June), but it was issued on my Moldova passport. Will that still count?
By the way- did u get credit or not- not exactluy sure how this thing works...
Hi, Yes, I did get credited. Thanks, no need to rate my answer any further. I would expect the UKBA to accept the time you have spent working on your Tier 2 as the time required for the purpose of proving 12 months and that they would issue the registration certificate in your favour.Kind regards,Tom
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