About Us

Romania


Service locations

The Australian Consulate in Bucharest has no visa function. The Department's office in Belgrade, Serbia, manages visa and citizenship services for clients in Romania.  

More information about visa and lodgement is available.

Panel physician

Bucharest

International Organisation for Migration (IOM) Bucharest
Summary
​Medical examinations
Street address

Strada Viitorului
11 Sector 2
020602 Bucharest ​

Telephone

+40 21 2120259
+40 21 3171445

Fax

+40 21 2114454

Additional information

Doctor(s):
Dr Ioana Mateescu (female)
Dr Adriana Gheorghiu (female)

Medsana Bucharest Medical Center
Summary
​Radiology examinations
Street address

Clinica Cotroceni
12 Nanu Muscel Street
Bucharest-5​

Telephone

+40 21 408 7800

Fax

+40 21 402 8076

Village Medical Clinic
Summary
​Medical examinations
Street address

27 Constantin Kiritescu Street
Bucharest-2​

Telephone

+40 21 232 3580

Fax

+40 21 232 3581

Additional information

Doctor(s):
Dr Ioana Mateescu (female)
Dr Adriana Gheorghiu (female)

Timisoara

Adessa Med
Summary
​Medical examinations
Street address

Str.AUREL COZMA, 8, App. 1
Timisoara​

Telephone

+40 256 227 039

Additional information

Doctor(s):
Dr Adriana Mihaela Lazaroaia (female)

Centru de Radioimagistica Dr Birsasteanu SRL
Summary
​Radiology examinations
Street address

3 Aries
Timisoara ​

Telephone

+40 356 108 733

Police check

Romania

Romania
Additional information

Relevant document: ‘Certificate of Police Clearance’ (Certificat de Cazier Judiciar).
Resident citizens: Apply in person to the Ministry of Interior, General Inspector of Police Convictions Register, at your place of birth or residence.
Non-resident citizens: Apply through an authorised person (notarised power of attorney)  to the Ministry of Interior, General Inspector of Police Convictions Register, at your place of birth or residence or submit an application to the nearest Romanian embassy (See a complete listing on website above or apply through the Inspectoratul General al Politiei in Romania).
Provide: ID document and evidence the processing fee has been paid.
Forms and further instructions are available at: http://politiaromana.ro/acte_necesare.htm
Resident non-citizens: Apply in person to the county police inspectorate in your county or precinct in your area of residence.
Non-resident non-citizens: You will need to submit an application to the nearest Romanian embassy.
Police certificates may also be obtained by giving notarized power of attorney to a representative in Romania to apply on your behalf.
A request form is obtainable on application.
Processing time: between 10 and 30 days. If the application is the result of an emergency (which should be clearly stated), processing time is approximately three days.
The certificate is valid for six months.
Fee: payable.