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asaas To begin completing a visa request, you must accept the eVisa website usage agreement. Herewith I confirm the information in the section "I want to be informed", therefore I am conscious of the requirements that I have to fulfil to obtain a visa for Romania. Hereby, I hereby accept that I can be asked for further documentation so that my visa request can be handled by the Rumanian Embassy / Consulate of Romania, to which I am addressing myself. It is known to me that in order to obtain a visa, which I request via the eVisa website, I must present myself in person to the Rumanian Embassy / Consulate of Romania, to which I am addressing.

Please note that the date from which my visa request will be considered for a visa is the date on which I will present myself in person to the Romanian Embassy / Consulate where I filed my request to. As I know, the visa request handling charge will not be reimbursed if my visa is rejected.

The information I have provided is accurate and comprehensive. Please note that providing incorrect or inaccurate information will result in the refusal of my visa request or the cancellation of a visa already issued to me. Mr President, I am conscious that I am required to vacate the area of Romania once the right of residence which I have been given on a visa from Romania lapses.

I' ve been told that the possession of a visa is only one of the requirements for entering Romania. It is known to me that the mere issue of a visa does not mean that I am eligible for indemnification if I republish the provisions of Section II - General Provisions on the Immigration, Residence and Departure of Foreigners from GEO No. 194/2002, with the following changes and supplements and my admission to Romania is not authorized.

Fulfilment of the immigration requirements is controlled at the time of entering Romania. PLEASE NOTE: For visa applications through the eVisa website, the holder of the person-related information is the Ministry of External Affairs of Romania (MFA) based in 31 Aleea Alexandru, District 1, Bucharest, Romania. According to current domestic law, visa applicants' individual related information will be handled strictly in accordance with the rules of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the freedom of natural persons with regard to the processing and free circulation of data and the repeal of Directive 95/46/EC (General Regulation on Datenschutzverordnung - GDPR).

Individual-related information provided through the eVisa website by third-country citizens who must be in possession of a visa in order to enter Romania is provided and handled by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs exclusively for the clearly defined purposes of visa application and verification and visa issuing.

determination of personal details via the eVISA portal, in the event that you decide to go for a romania visa online: classes of persons concerned for the treatment and issue of entrance visa to Romania: third country citizens who are covered by the EU and member states' visa policies, namely the regulation of foreigners in Romania who are applying for a romania visa regardless of the purposes of the trip.

With the start of the on-line visa application procedure via the eVisa web site - wwww.evisa. ro - it is necessary to accept and accept the requirements for the supply of your details for the purposes of handling and issuing a visa for Romania.

Your information provided through the eVisa web site will be used solely for the purpose of handling, verifying and issuing your visa. Such information will only be used by the Merchant Company if the person concerned has given his or her explicit permission by accepting the relevant provisions.

MFA will only handle the types of person-related information necessary for the visa verification procedure, as these types are governed both at EU and at the applicable levels of EU law. MFA does not require or handle confidential information other than that necessary for the purpose of examining a visa for Romania and issuing a visa in accordance with current laws; all personally identifiable information and confidential information is handled in a secure manner.

  • Whenever you ask for your details via the application form available on the eVisa web site, they will be made available to the Romanian Embassy and/or Consulate, where the interested party will appear in a personal capacity. - It stores the information of the remote portals on a secure main computer of the Romanian MFA.

When a visa is submitted to a Romanian Embassy / Consulate, it is transmitted to the eVisa in-house port and saved on a centrally located, safe location in the Romanian MFA in-house team. By this time, the entire person-related information from the outside portals is transmitted to the MFA' s protected database and is no longer available on-line.

  • In the case that a visa requestor does not fill out an enrolment form, his/her completed information will be saved for a certain time in the MFA' s main web site on the MFA' s main web site for a 30-day time. At the end of this deadline, the partial portfolio and all information contained therein will be erased and will no longer be available on-line and for the owner of the use.
  • It will only be made available to the relevant Rumanian government agencies, which may process the information for the purposes of deciding on the visa applications made through this website. In accordance with the applicable provisions of current domestic law, these details may be recorded and saved in a database to which only the relevant Rumanian visa issuing authority has access.
  • Prosecutor's identity: only the Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the relevant foreign embassies and consulates. - Use of the treatment of person-related data: the handling / verification of visa requests of third-country citizens requiring a visa for entering Romania and, where appropriate, the issue of entering Romania.
  • Those receiving person-related information transmitted for the purpose of obtaining a visa to enter Romania: only the relevant Bulgarian authority, as provided for in Art. 30 of Government Emergency Ordinance No. 194/2002 on the foreigners system in Romania, will be published, modified and completed, and the relevant frontier authority. Only the MFA can access the eVisa portal's generated electronicals.
  • People not deemed necessary to give their own details necessary to complete the required visa form must take into consideration that refusing to supply all necessary information may result in the denial of visa requests. LINE CONDITIONS line conditions of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the security of natural persons with regard to the processing and the free flow of electronic files, which repeals Directive 95/46/EC (General Regulation on the safeguarding of the confidentiality of personal information - GDPR):

According to the GDPR, the persons concerned have the following right in the treatment of their own private data: the right to information, the right of accessibility to the information, the right to correction of the information, the right to opposition, the right to cancellation of the information, the right to limitation of the treatment, the right to portable storage of the information and the right not to make an automatic ruling, the right to complain to the holder, to the regulatory body and the right to appeal to a judicial body.

Pursuant to the terms of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the safeguarding of individuals with respect to the processing and the free circulation of Personal Information and the repeal of Directive 95/46/EC (General Regulation on Datenschutzverordnung - GDPR), Law No. 506/2004 on the treatment of person-related information and the safeguarding of private life in the field of computerised communication and Law No. 271/2010 on the facility,

The organisation and functioning of the National Visa Information System and the Romanian Visa Information System, as the holder of the Visa Information System, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania, with its seat in Aleea Alexandru 31, Sector 1, Bucharest, Romania, will process the personally identifiable information that you have provided under the Act in respect of yourself, a member of your host Family or another individual, in a lawful and exclusive manner for the specified and specified purpose, as defined by the applicable legislative frame.

This Communication concerns the treatment of person-related information by Romania for the purposes of visa handling and examination* and the issue of visa by Romania. Failure to supply the necessary information will lead to the visa request being inadmissible, which is not requested by the diplomatic missions/consular offices of Romania.

Through the eVisa website, a visa request can only be submitted after the person concerned has given his or her consent to the privacy policy. In the event that the person does not complete an on-line visa request, the details of the person concerned will be erased from his or her own on-line visa request database within a period not exceeding 30 workingdays after the latest invention.

This information is intended solely for the use of the controllers and will only be transmitted by the person concerned to the Romanian diplomatic missions/consular representations for collection through the eVisa web-site. This information is gathered via the eVisa website for further processing in the National Visa Information System (N.VIS).

According to the GDPR, the person concerned enjoys the right to information, the right to obtain and correct his or her information, the right to cancellation, to limitation and to non-automation of specific decisions. You also have the right to object to the use of your own personally identifiable information and to ask for it to be deleted**.

We do not transfer your information transmitted via the eVisa website and used in N.VIS only by authorized N.VIS visitors abroad. If any of the information about you is inaccurate, please let us know as soon as possible. By submitting the visa request form, which must be inspected and duly completed when you appear in person before the MFA personnel responsible, you have the possibility of giving your express permission for the treatment of your particulars and can view in detail the conditions and conditions relating to such treatment.

Required information on the visa form must not be completed by members of the families of EU, European Economic Area or Swiss Confederation nationals (spouse, children or dependant ascendant). If you do not agree to the handling of your personally identifiable information, you will be notified that your visa request will be invalid.

Should you also wish and apply for the cancellation of your individual-related information, you will be informed that if you are in possession of a current visa at the moment of the cancellation, this information will not be used in accordance with the regulations of Art.

17(3)(b) of the BIPR. If at the moment of the cancellation of your visa claim no decisions have been made, your visa claim will not be dealt with. In the latter case you will be informed that the handling charges cannot be refunded. Provided they make a petition in writing, sign and date, interested parties have the right, on the name of the controllers, to obtain a certificate that or not their own particulars are being handled and, where appropriate, the right of data subject to the Regulation.

Pursuant to Art. 16 of the GDPR, any interested party has the right to ask the Controller to rectify (correct, supplement, etc.) any incorrect person-related information concerning him/her without undue delay. 2. Please note that if the person concerned is already in possession of a current visa, the amendment of information which involves a change of this information at the person's application may result in the cancellation or withdrawal of the current visa.

In accordance with Art. 17 GDPR, the interested party has the right to demand the deletion of his person-related information without any further notice and the party responsible for carrying out the treatment is obliged to erase such information without further notice in the event of any of the following cases: - the person concerned no longer requires the provision of his or her own private information for the purpose for which it was obtained or otherwise used; - the person concerned consents on which the treatment is carried out and for which there is no other reason; - the person concerned opposes the treatment referred to in the first paragraph of paragraph 21 and there are no compelling reasons for the treatment; - the private information has been used illegally; - the private information must be deleted in order to comply with a statutory requirement under the laws of the Union or of the Member State to which the person responsible for the treatment is attached.

Please note that the deletion of information does not cover the MFA in the visa activities, as not all these circumstances (e.g. the supply of information services) are related to the activities of the MFA.

However, if the controllers establish that the individual is in possession of a current visa (pending a ruling or a granted visa ), the individual will be notified that the deletion cannot be effected on the basis of Art. 17(3) of the GDRP.

Every application for deletion of your details will be considered separately. In accordance with the rules of Art. 18 of the GDRP, any interested party has the right to ask for the treatment of his own person related information to be restricted whenever he so wishes: - it is unlawful to process the information and the party concerned objects to the deletion of the information and instead requires its use to be restricted; - the party responsible for carrying out the operation no longer needs the information for the purpose of the operation but is needed by the party for the purpose of establishing, exercising or defending rights; - the party has appealed against the operation under the first paragraph of paragraph of Article 21 until it is established whether the party concerned is entitled to the treatment.

In the event of a restriction on the treatment other than the retention of personal information, the personal details of the person concerned may be treated only with the agreement of the person concerned or in order to establish, assert or defend a right before a judicial authority or to protect the prerogatives of another person, a body or an important general interest of the Union or of a Member State.

In accordance with the terms of Art. 21 of the GDPR, the person concerned has the right to oppose at any moment the treatment of his person-related information in accordance with Art. 6(1)(e) or (f) or Art. 6(1), as well as the creation of a profile on the basis of these terms.

Persons with responsibility for maintaining a record may continue to receive treatment of person-related information only if they can prove that they have justified and imperative grounds justifying the treatment and overriding the interests, privileges and liberties of the person concerned or that the aim is to create, exert or protect a right before the courts.

The right of objection will be expressly notified at the latest at the first contact with the person concerned and other information will be clearly and separately pointed out. MFA handles person-related information within the scope of its statutory authorities. Therefore, the visa request of a person concerned who opposes the treatment of his details for this reason becomes invalid, the request dossier is not acceptable and the visa handling charge is not levied.

If an individual is exercising his right to oppose the treatment of his particulars in the Romanian N.VIS/eVisa for visa requests and the controllers determine that he is in possession of a current visa (pending a ruling or a visa that has already been issued), or that he has been recorded in such an application, the individual is recommended to exercising his right to erase the information in accordance with Article 17 of the GDPR.

In accordance with the rules of Art. 20 of the GDPR, the person concerned has the right to transferability and, in accordance with Art. 22 of the same legislative document, the right not to be subjected to an automatic decision-making proces. Whereas personal information gathered by the controllers, namely the MSF, with a particular regard to the verification and issue of a visa on the basis of their position as a single responsible body will not even be disclosed to other consignees at the person's application, since the working methods specific to the area are clearly defined by the applicable Community and Member State laws and the use of the information transmitted is not possible

Simultaneously, the verification and issue of a visa is at no point dependent on single automatic decision-making procedures. Therefore, the persons concerned may exert these two powers without a specific objective in the case of visa work. For the protection of the privacy of individuals within the meaning of the GDPR, individuals whose personally identifiable information is processed under this legislation have the right to complain to the controllers through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Commissioner for the Protection of Privacy.

The persons concerned also have the right to lodge a complaint with the National Personal Information Processing Authority: Simultaneously, under the terms of Articles 78 and 79 GDPR, any interested party (natural or corporate ) shall have the right to bring an action effectively against a supervising body and against a Controller or an authorised³agent.

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