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Romania: Immigration Bulletin – 2013 Minimum Salary Increased

By Immigration Specialist
March 7, 2013
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The minimum salary levels in Romania have been raised, increasing the minimum salary by approximately 5%, which effects the salary requirements for work permit applicants in the country.

Since February 25th applicants for EU Blue Card in Romania must have a minimum basic salary of RON 8892 (2050 Euro) per month. The minimum base salary for standard work permits, for local hires has increased from RON 2117 (490 Euro) to RON 2223 (515 Euro) per month.

The minimum base salary for work permit holders is based on the average gross annual salary in Romania and will likely be subject to change annually, at the beginning of each calendar year. The minimum salary for standard local hires is equal to the average gross salary in Romania while the minimum income for the Blue Card holders is 4 times the average gross annual salary in the country.

Our articles are for informational purposes only. Should you have any further questions regarding matters related to Romanian immigration procedures, please feel free to contact your global Move One immigration specialist, or send an e-mail to immigration@moveoneinc.com.

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