Sunday, 25 March 2012

No news is bad news

We've been told, after doing all the POAs and being assured that my lawyer could apply on my behalf, that now they're only taking applications in person, either in Romania or through the embassy.


However, they also said that they might be able to get some documents for me, specifically my marriage registered and my CNP. Though I'd have to sign new POAs for those. IF they can get me my CNP then that would mean I'd have a much easier time with the embassy here.

It seems like there is always some excuse about something.

It appears that they want to discourage people because they promised Moldovans that they would get a Romanian passport. The EU didn't want them to make that promise, so now they're making it as hard as they possibly can to get a Romanian passport.

Hopefully the embassy here will help. They seem to be the nicest embassy I've dealt with so far. Though in November, there are elections, which could change everything.

Be sure to read about what has happened so far. You can find everything in the quick summary of dates.


1 comment:

  1. Politics is very annoying. Still, I hope the embassy will stay friendly after the elections, regardless of who wins!


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