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Airport Oradea Border Police Point is established and operates under H. G. nr.578 of 23.06.2005 (Published in the Official Gazette nr.592 of 08.07.2005), regarding the opening of the border crossing state for international travel and freight Oradea Airport.

Airport Oradea Border Police Point is the specialized structure of the General Inspectorate of the Border Police, meant to supervise and control the state border in Oradea Airport, preventing and combating illegal migration and deeds specific cross-border crime committed in the area of competence, respect the legal regime of the state border , passports and foreigners and respect public order in the area of responsibility under the law.

Romanian Border Police, institution in the service of citizens, wishing to get closer to the population, has created a new facility to people who want to travel outside the country by installing an emergency telephone. Thus, since 2003, all calling 021.9590 phone number can receive useful information about crossing the state border, that necessary documents provided by the law in force by purpose of travel etc.

Another advantage of this telephone is the promptness of border guards can intervene if the citizens indicates illegal acts recorded in the area of competence, unpleasant incidents occurred in cross-border traffic, registration of deeds affecting the institution's image and thus the quality of civil servant with special status etc.

This service operates non-stop from the General Inspectorate by calling 021.9590.

This measure is also intended to prevent and combat corruption, where is conditional in any way border crossing Romanian or injured themselves by behavior or addressing mode, any traveler can seize the Inspectorate General to the emergency phone.

Romanian Border Police activity is a public service and is conducted in the interest of the individual, the community and in support of state institutions, and based solely on law enforcement.

In the service duties, border guards fully respect human dignity and not discriminate against people by gender, race or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation.

Fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals will be respected and the measures taken will be based on international legislation, Community and national.

At crossing of borders will constantly monitor to ensure quick and accurate verification of travel documents.

Notifications and complaints can be made to:

  • General Inspectorate of the Border Police, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone: 021.9590.
  • Control Department of the Ministry of Administration and Interior, phone: 021.303.70.84.
  • General Directorate for Intelligence and Internal Protection of the Ministry of Interior - Bucharest, phone: 021.315.87.52.
  • General Anticorruption Direction of the Ministry of Interior, phone: 0800.806.806.

Main duties of the Romanian Border Police

In the area of competence, the Romanian Border Police has the following general responsibilities:

  • performs supervision and control of the state border of Romania, prevent and combat illegal migration and cross-border crime in the area of competence and any other breach of the legal regime of the state border;
  • protect life, physical integrity and personal freedom, public and private property, other rights and legitimate interests of citizens and the community;
  • performs control of documents for crossing the state border crossing points open to international traffic, according to the law;
  • ensure smooth conduct, fair and civilized passenger traffic and goods through border crossing of the state border, together with other authorities who, by law, powers of control over the state border;
  • provides control over the state border crossing, under the law, weapons, ammunition, panoply weapons and self-defense, their ammunition, explosive substances and devices loaded with toxic or radioactive substances;
  • ensure the application of the treaties, agreements, conventions and protocols on the state border and border checks, concluded by Romania with neighboring states, with other states, international or regional organizations;
  • conclude treaties by the General Inspectorate of the Border Police, and documents from international cooperation with similar foreign authorities in specific policy areas, in compliance with domestic laws and relevant international law;
  • organize activities for discovering and identifying persons who have breached or hold data that they intend to violate the rules of the legal regime of the State border, as well as other legal provisions established in the jurisdiction
  • collect, store, process, recover and exchange data and information, under the conditions established by law for Romanian Police, for the purpose of legal duties, with the public authorities concerned, on the basis of the protocol, and with similar bodies in other States, on the basis of agreements to which Romania is a party;
  • notes offenses and apply the sanctions for minor offenses, according to the law;
  • ensure the maintenance of public order in the crossing of the state border;
  • carried out through its own accredited laboratories and experts at the level of the Romanian border police, technical and scientific findings and forensic expertise, arranged according to the legal norms in force;
  • organize and coordinate, through the National Point of Contact Frontex General Inspectorate of the Border Police, activities under the aegis of the European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union - Frontex Agency, in Romania, in accordance with Regulation (EC) no. 2.007 / 2004 of 26 October 2004 establishing a European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union;
  • participates with border guards and technical equipment available to Frontex operations / joint projects organized by Frontex Agency, for securing the external borders of the European Union;
  • finding activities for criminal acts and, by organs of criminal investigation police, engaged in research in connection therewith, according to the law;
  • exercise any other powers established by law.

Protection of personal data

The collection, storage and communication of personal data are regulated in the Ministry of Interior, by Law 238/2009, regarding the processing of personal data by the structures / units of the Ministry in the activity of preventing, investigating and combating crimes and for keeping and preserving the public order. However, data processing must provide an adequate level of protection in all circumstances, under the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.

In order to achieve its duties Romanian Border Police, regarding the supervision and control of state border crossing, preventing and combating illegal migration and deeds specific cross-border crime committed in the area of competence Point Border Police Airport Oradea collects data personal, with or without the consent of the data subject, ensuring the conditions for exercising its rights conferred by law, under law no. 677/2001, as amended and supplemented, being as authorized operator of personal data, with code 8881.

More information: www.dataprotection.ro

Terms of travel in the Member States of the European Union, European Economic Area and the Schengen Area

Romanian citizens can travel to the Member States of the European Union, European Economic Area and the Schengen Area, under the following conditions:

  • at the frontier crossing points open to international traffic, is legitimized identity card or passport valid (the states that allow entry to the country on the basis of identity card: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republik, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, UK, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Hungary);
  • it is not in any of the cases of limiting the exercise of the right of free movement abroad.

As citizens of an EU member state, romanians benefits from a minimal border crossing, which consists of a rapid and immediate verification of travel documents for establishing identity. The control is performed on the corridor (flow) especially arranged - U.E. for citizens and S.E.E. - and, finally, the Border Police does not apply to the travel document stamped input / output to / from the country.

In a random or based on risk analysis, border guards may carry out stricter / additional on people and vehicles / objects belonging to them, always respecting the laws in force.

If is established no conditions to leave the country, the head of the border crossing point dispose travel disruption.

Family members of romanian citizens who are not EU citizens may leave the Romanian territory with a valid passport and an entry visa unless the visa requirement is abolished by law.

The family member who is not an EU citizen but holds a valid document attesting residence in the territory of a Member State (as a family member of a citizen EU), is exempt from the requirement to obtain a visa.

In the case of minors Romanian citizens, leaving the country is in compliance with Law 248/2008.

Border Police recommend following the period of stay in the destination countries, as well as documentation prior to the diplomatic representations of these countries from Romania, on the particular conditions of entry and residence in each of these states.

States where romanian citizen does not need an entry visa are:

Albania, Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bosnia and Hertegovina, Brazil, Brunei, Chile, Colombia, South Korea, Costa Rica, Croaţia, Dominica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Fiji, Philippines, Georgia, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Kiribati, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Marocco, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Nicaragua, New Zealand, Paraguay, Peru, Saint Kitts & Nevis, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, San Marino, Serbia, Vatican, Seychelles, Singapore, Tanzania, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turquie, Ukraine, Uruguay, Vanuatu, Venezuela, Zambia.

To travel to these countries, at the romanian country border, you need a valid passport and also to fulfill the conditions laid down by legislation (the list of states to: www.politiadefrontiera.ro; www.mae.ro)

In countries where no visa is required, romanian citizens have the legal right to reside in each state, a period of 30-90 days, within 6 months.

Several trips can be made in this range, but all days of stay should not exceed 30-90 days from date of first entry in that country.

Following the period of legal residence, romanian citizen has an obligation to leave the territory, and can rejoin at the end of the period of 6 months from the date of first entry.

Terms of travel of citizens of member states of the European Union and European Economic Area

Entry in Romania of EU and Switzerland citizens is allowed through all the open border crossing, on presentation of a national identity document, passport or a document issued under O.U.G. no. 102/2005 for EU citizens, valid without entry stamp by border guards in any of these documents.

Family members who are not EU citizens may enter Romania under a valid passport and an entry visa, unless the visa obligation is removed by law.

The family member who is not an EU citizen but holds a valid document attesting residence in another Member State as a family member of an EU citizen is exempt from the requirement to obtain an visa.

Border guards do not apply the entry or exit stamp in the passport of people in this category.

U.E. and Switzerland citizens have the Community right of free movement and benefit a minimal control at the border crossing, which consists of a rapid and immediate verification of travel documents for establishing identity.

In a random or based on risk analysis, border guards can perform controls stricter / additional on people and means of transport, always respecting the applicable law.

The exit conditions for romanian minors

Based on art. 2 align. 2 of Law no. 248/2005 regarding the free movement of Romanian citizens abroad, romanian minors can travel abroad only accompanied with the consent of parents or legal representative. Legal representative means the person designated by law to exercise their rights and fulfill parental obligations towards the minor.

Border guards allow to leave the country a minor romanian citizen - only if accompanied by a major person - in the following cases:

  • it is holding an individual travel document (passport or identity card) and travel with both parents;
  • is the holder of a travel document individually (passport or identity card) and traveling with one parent, only if the accompanying parent provide a declaration of the other parent, with consent on traveling the State(s) destination and on its period or proof of death of the other parent;

Conclusive documents of death are:

  • available death certificate with proving power on romanian teritory, by the law;
  • final judgment declaring death, if there was time required for issuing the death certificate;
  • official communication received through diplomatic missions or consular offices abroad if there was not the time required for the issue of civil status certificates.
    No declaration is required from the parent fallen from parental rights or declared missing, according to the law, if companion proof to this effect, unless both parents are in this situation, when it is compulsory declaration juvenile's legal representative.
  • It is holding an individual travel document (passport or identity card) and traveling with one parent, if the parent accompanying the child proves that it was entrusted by court final and irrevocable;
  • is the holder of a travel document individually (passport or identity card) and travel with another majeure person, unless the person accompanying provide a declaration of both parents or parent to whom the minor child was entrusted (by final and irrevocable court decision), the surviving parent or his legal representative, comprising:
    • their agreement on making that trip;
    • destination state(s);
    • period of the journey;
    • the identity of the passenger in question;
    • the attendant criminal record statement;
  • documents showing the quality of person appointed within a company authorized under the law, to carry passengers by international transport activity (may be a companion one particular person designated within an commercial company authorized under the law, to conduct international passenger transport).
    The declaration and legal record certificate, as well as any documents that contributed to assessing the conditions of exercising the right to free movement are presented in original and photocopy, to Border Police from border crossing point.

Companion who travels abroad with a minor, shall:

  • to provide care and supervision to juvenile throughout the journey;
  • not to abandon the minor;
  • not to entrust the minor to someone other than the parent, legal representative or, where applicable, to person provided in the declaration or, in special cases, the competent foreign authorities in the field of assistance and protection for minors;
  • respect the purpose, route and duration of movement mentioned in the declaration, except when there is agreement on their subsequent changes;
  • in disappearance case of the minor when traveling abroad, to announce immediately the competent authorities in the state where the event occurred, and the nearest diplomatic mission or consular office of Romania, requesting the issuance of a certificate in this regard;
  • to inform as soon as possible the nearest diplomatic or consular office of Romania, in case of an objective situation capable to discontinue the journey, to change the route, or to exceed journey times indicated by their parents or legal representative;
  • if child custody is not possible to person indicated in the declaration, immediately notify the nearest diplomatic or consular office of Romania for family reunification of the minor or, where appropriate, to return to Romania with it.

A minor traveling abroad accompanied by at least one parent or legal representative can not be placed to another person on the territory of another state, when the minor was ordered educational measure of supervised freedom, under criminal law.

Border guards will stop the minors journey, even if the conditions are met referred to above, in the following situations:

  • companion is a foreign citizen and does not prove that it has the right to return to Romania, although the declaration of parents or, where applicable, the legal representative stated that the child will return with the same companion;
  • companion previously committed serious crimes;
  • companion is a foreign citizen and leave the territory of Romania pursuant to a decision of removal from the Romanian territory, ordered according to law, unless it is a parent of the minor and consent of the other parent;
  • attendant or the minor has been limited under the law, the exercise of free movement abroad for the state of destination or for a state to be transited in the period to travel together;
  • companion is not the person to whom was entrusted by the court the supervision of the juvenile, when it was ordered educational measure of supervised freedom in criminal law;
  • the minor refuses to leave the country, if he/she is 14 years old.

Romanian Border Police allows the exit of Romania minors without presenting the declaration in the following cases:

  • if companion explains the necessity to travel abroad by the fact that the child will benefit from medical treatment which is not possible in Romania and without which life or his health is put seriously in danger, with condition to provide documentation in this regard, issued or approved by medical authorities Romanian, showing period and the state or states to be given medical treatment, even if there is consent of both parents, the other parent, the surviving parent or legal representative;
  • if companion proof that the child moves for studies or official competitions by presenting appropriate documents, showing period and the state in which they will carry out these studies or contests, even if there is consent only of one parents
  • In the situation where border guards found that the conditions are not provided by Law 248/2005 for the minor to get out of Romania, will interrupt its the journey.

    If the minor is not accompanied by at least one parent and the conditions mentioned above are not provided, the parents will be informed, asking them to take him as soon as possible.

    Where it is not possible to inform parents, border guards announces National Authority for Child Protection, which initiates the procedure applicable to unaccompanied minors, according by law.

    Conditions that may be denied entrance / exit to / from Romania

    EU citizens / or members of their families may be denied entry on the Romanian territory only where:

    • If no appropriate documents and do not prove by other means that have the right of free movement and residence in Romania;
    • Before communicating denial of permission to enter Romania, the person is granted a period of time deemed necessary, in which to prove that entry conditions have been met or that enjoy the right to free movement and residence in Romania.
    • Border Police will provide all necessary support to clarify the person's situation, including the issue of entry visa, in exceptional cases, after analyzing the situation of the person concerned.
    • if that were declared undesirable or against them was ordered an entry interdiction in Romania;
    • there are clues that the person concerned is a real and present threat to public order, national security or public health.

    Refusal of permission to enter the territory of Romania shall notify by the Border Police immediately, in writing, with the reasons that led to the disposition of this measure, indicating the competent court and the period within which the measure can be appealed.

    Against the refusal of permission to enter the Romanian territory at B.C.P Oradea Airport can be done action in front of the Court Bihor Oradea city, Traian Park Street, no.10, tel. +40259414896 Fax: +40259414484 zip code. 410223. The court settled urgently and with priority, by court ruling. The request is examined in closed session by summoning the parties. The court decision is final and irrevocable.

    Introducing administrative action against the refusal of permission to enter Romania does not suspend enforcement of the measure.

    European Union citizens or their family members are not permitted to leave the country in the following situations:

    • they are suspected or accused in a criminal case and has ordered the establishment of a preventive measure, under the Code of Criminal Procedure;
    • they were convicted and must execute a custodial sentence.

    The measure of interdicting the leaving of, ceases if the person in one of the situations proved by documents issued by competent authorities, that:

    • it has ordered the removal from criminal prosecution, termination of prosecution, was acquitted or has discontinued the criminal proceedings;
    • served his sentence, he was pardoned, granted amnesty or has been convicted by final court decision to suspend under parole.
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