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LIVING AND WORKING IN ROMANIA
CONTENTSCONTENTS
Briefly about RomaniaBriefly about Romania
EEUU citizens status in Romania Educational Systemcitizens sta...
Briefly about RomaniaBriefly about Romania
Country name: Romania
Area: 238.391 km2
Time zone: GMT + 2hr
Capital city: Buch...
EU citizens status inEU citizens status in RomaniaRomania
EU citizens can freely move, live and work in Romania,
being ent...
How to findHow to find a joba job
According to the actual legislation, the citizens from the EU and EEA countries don’t ne...
Working conditionsWorking conditions
The Labour Code is settling all the individual and collective types of work relations...
Accomodation
Estate agents and dealers, a large number of advertising newspapers,
and a variety of websites provide assist...
Social insurance contributions and tSocial insurance contributions and taxationaxation
In Romania, every employee and empl...
Social securitySocial security
In exercising the rules of the social security systems,
the following institutions are invo...
The unemployment benefitThe unemployment benefit
The unemployment benefit is granted to the unemployed person for periods ...
PensionsPensions
The Romanian pension system is based on three pillars.
Presently, all economically active age citizens pa...
Medical insurance andMedical insurance and healthhealth carecare
EU citizens residing in Romania are subject to the same o...
Education is free and compulsory for children aged between 6 and 16 in the state schools. Suitably-qualified pupils
can pr...
Cultural and social lifeCultural and social life
Cultural pattern with its specificity can be noticed in all cultural mani...
TransportTransport
The main railway lines converge on the Capital that lies in the South-East of the country. Bucharest is...
Romanian EURES network
Nr.crt. Name County Address Phone number
0. MIHALCEA Camelia, EURES
Manager
Bucuresti ANOFM, Sr.Ava...
12. STANESCU Monica Buzau AJOFM, Buzau, Str.Unirii,
bl.01, parter
0238 722540
13. MITRICA Ramaian Caras Severin AJOFM, Res...
26. SIRGHIE Adriana Iasi AJOFM, Iasi, Str.Cucu, nr.1 0232 254578
27. COSMA Stefan Ilfov AJOFM, Bucuresti,
Str.Ruginoasa, n...
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  1. 1. LIVING AND WORKING IN ROMANIA
  2. 2. CONTENTSCONTENTS Briefly about RomaniaBriefly about Romania EEUU citizens status in Romania Educational Systemcitizens status in Romania Educational System How to find a jobHow to find a job Working conditionsWorking conditions AccommodationAccommodation TaxationTaxation Social securitySocial security The unemployment benefitThe unemployment benefit PensionsPensions Medical insurance and healthcareMedical insurance and healthcare EducationEducation Cultural and social lifeCultural and social life TransportationTransportation EURES Romania NetworkEURES Romania Network
  3. 3. Briefly about RomaniaBriefly about Romania Country name: Romania Area: 238.391 km2 Time zone: GMT + 2hr Capital city: Bucharest Population: 21.400.000 inhabitants at 1st of January 2009 (Romanian Statistical Yearbook) People according ethnical criteria: 89,5 % Romanians; 6,6% Hungarians; 2,5% Rroma people; 0,3 Ukrainians; 0,3% Germans; 0,2%Turkish; 0,6% other nationalities Counties: 41 and the municipality of Bucharest Language: Romanian Religion: 86,8% orthodoxism; 4,7% roman-catholicism; 3,2% protestants; 5,3% other religions Government: parliamentary democracy Currency: Romanian Leu (RON) Major industries: machines; metallurgy; textile; food; chemicals and petrochemicals www.romaniatourism.com/ (Practical information about Romania) www.visit-romania.ro (Practical information about Romania) www.gov.ro (Government of Romania) www.insse.ro (The National Institute of Statistics)
  4. 4. EU citizens status inEU citizens status in RomaniaRomania EU citizens can freely move, live and work in Romania, being entitled to the same rights as the Romanian nationals. EU nationals can access any professional activity in Romania, whether as an employee or self- employed, in terms of salaries, working conditions, access to housing, professional training, social security and unions. This freedom of movement extends also to their family members. ResidenceResidence permitpermit European Union citizens can enter into the Romanian territory under the condition of presenting the national identity document, the passport or other valid document issued by the Romanian authorities for the European Union citizens, without placing the entry stamp by the Border Police. The family members who are not European Union citizens are allowed to enter into the Romanian territory presenting a valid passport and an entry visa (granted on accelerate procedure), exempt the cases where the requirement of obtaining the visa is repealed under laws provisions. If the family member is holder of a document attesting his/her residence on territory of another Member State as family of an EU citizen, he/she is exempt by the requirement of obtaining entry visa. For a stay up to 3 months EU citizens, who enter in Romania, shall benefit of the residence right for a period up to 3 months from the date of their entry. The family members of EU citizens shall be beneficiaries of the same right of residence. For a stay longer than 3 months For a stay longer than 3 months, the EU citizens have to register their residence to the territorial structures of the Romanian Immigration Office, if they are in one of the following situations:  They are employees or authorized self employed, according to the law;  They have means of support for themselves and for their family members;  They are registered at a private or public institution in Romania, accredited according to the law, having as main purpose educational or vocational training activities;  They are family members of an EU citizen which fulfill one of the above-mentioned conditions. Documents attesting the residence longer than 3 months:  registration certificate for EU citizens (which is issued in the day of submission the application),  residence card for family members who are not EU citizens. Permanent residence The EU citizens who have a continuous legal residence on Romanian territory of more than 5 years shall benefit of the right of permanent residence. The same right shall be granted to residents who are not EU citizens with a continuous legal stay of more than 5 years, as family members of a resident or permanent resident who is an EU citizen. Documents attesting the permanent residence:  permanent residence card for European Union citizens  permanent residence card for family members who are not European Union citizens http://ori.mai.gov.ro (The Romanian Office for Immigration).
  5. 5. How to findHow to find a joba job According to the actual legislation, the citizens from the EU and EEA countries don’t need a work authorization in order to work in Romania. An EU/EEA citizen can obtain information about the vacancies from: The National Agency for Employment – the Romanian Public Employment Office If EU/EEA nationals have already moved to Romania, it is worth registering as jobseekers at their nearest employment office. Information concerning the Romanian labor market and the vacancies can be also obtained. The unemployed citizens can receive daily unemployment allowance from their country of departure, registering as jobseekers and bringing the form E 303/U2 at the NAE. The citizens from the EU / EEA countries can also contact the 43 EURES advisers within each county agency of employment. On the EURES national website can be found the list with all the vacancies received from EU employers and the contact dates of the Romanian EURES Advisers. The EURES network EURES, the network of the public employment services, offers its services through the European Job Mobility Portal. On this portal, the EU/EEA citizens can find information on vacancies and on living and working in Romania, plus information about the Romanian labour market. The EU/EEA citizens can submit their CV on the portal’s online CV service, which employers can use to seek suitable candidates for their job vacancies. The portal also provides help with CV drafting, plus tips and links for jobseeking. The private placement companies On the Romanian labour market EU nationals can choose to find a job through private recruitment companies and temporary private recruitment agencies (accredited by NAE). The internet A large number of websites represents a major source of information regarding job vacancies. The job announcements are posted directly by the employers. The UE/EEA citizens can submit their CV in the data bases, to be available for the employers. Many companies and other corporations have their own websites, where the citizens can find information on vacancies. The national and regional press The national and the regional press also carry an abundance of job advertisements. www.anofm.ro (National Agency for Employment) www.eures.anofm.ro (Romanian EURES website) http://ec.europa.eu/eures/ (EURES European portal) www.ziare.ro (press portal) www.bestjobs.ro (job vacancies portal)
  6. 6. Working conditionsWorking conditions The Labour Code is settling all the individual and collective types of work relations, and it is also controlling the application of the work related regulations and jurisdictions. Individual labour contract should include the following elements: the names of the involved parts, the headquarter of the employer, the job tasks, the specific risks of the job, the hiring data and the type of labour contract, the period of the annual vacation, the basic income and other incentives, the number of working hours (daily and weekly) as well the other conditions specific for the work place. Working time The full time schedule is of 8 hours per day and 40 per week. The maximum duration of working time cannot be longer than 48 hours per week, including the supplementary hours. When the activity is executed in shifts, the working period can be prolonged more than 8 hours per day and 48 hours per week, if the average of working hours, calculated on a maximum period of 3 weeks, will not be longer than 8 hours per day and 48 hours per week. Salary On the establishment and granting the wage is forbidden any discrimination. The wage includes the basic wage and different types of supplements (ie. night time working, shift-work, overtime). The wages are paid above any other financial obligation of the employers. Minimum gross wage The minimum gross wage guaranteed at national level is established through Government decision, after consulting the trade unions and employers’ organizations. The employer should inform the employees about minimum gross wage at national level. The employer has the obligation of assuring a wage at least on the level of the minimum gross wage at national level. The minimum gross wage guaranteed at national level from 1st of January 2010 is 600 LEI (around 140 EURO). Medium wage  in September 2010, the medium gross average wage was 1846 LEI (around 429 EURO).  in September 2010, the medium net average wage was 1340 (around 311 EURO) www.mmuncii.ro (Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Protection)
  7. 7. Accomodation Estate agents and dealers, a large number of advertising newspapers, and a variety of websites provide assistance in the search for accommodation to buy or rent. There are many possibilities depending on your preferences and budget. Rental For renting a flat, it is best to check out the sections dedicated to the housing market in the newspapers, on the internet or you have to consult a real estate agent (check in theYellow Pages). The price varies according to the size of the rented house and its location (the center of the cities is more expensive ). It`s recommended to sign a lease (official contract form) with the owner. Buying a property There are large variations between property prices in large cities and the rest of the country. Usually the houses are more expensive in Bucharest and in resorts. At the acquisition of the house, the documents should be legalized by a notary office. In the acquisition procedure, the owner shall make contracts for the following utilities: electricity, gas, water and heating as well for the sanitary services. In the case of apartments, the costs for these services are made through the owners associations. www.pa.ro (Yellow Pages) www.imobiliare.ro (Real Estate Agencies)
  8. 8. Social insurance contributions and tSocial insurance contributions and taxationaxation In Romania, every employee and employer contribute to the social state insurance budget, to the insurance health fund, to the unemployment insurance budget as well as to the state budget, through salary taxes, as it follows: Year 2010:  Contribution to the social insurance fund ( pension) for normal working conditions, meaning :  10,5% on the gross monthly income realized by the employee;  20.8 % on the total fund of gross monthly salaries earned by the employees and paid by the employers.  Contribution to the unemployment insurance budget, meaning:  0.5% on the gross monthly salary for the person insured on a contract basis;  0,5% on the total fund of monthly gross salaries earned by the employees and paid by the employers;  Contribution to the health insurance fund, meaning:  5,5% on the gross monthly income realized by the employee;  5,2% on the total fund of the monthly gross salaries realized by the employees and paid by the employers.  The tax on salaries and for any kind of gross income is 16%. There are also other small contributions paid by the employers (contributions for keeping the employees work booklets, contributions for risk and accident fund, etc.). The VAT tax is of 24%. www.mfinante.ro (Ministry of Public Finance) www.mmuncii.ro (Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Protection) www.anofm.ro (National Agency for Employment) www.cnpas.org (National House of Pensions and Other Social Insurance Rights ) www.cnas.ro (National Health Insurance House) www.prestatiisociale.ro (National Agency for Social Benefits)
  9. 9. Social securitySocial security In exercising the rules of the social security systems, the following institutions are involved: • The Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Protection • The Ministry of Health, • The National House of Pensions and Other Rights of • Social Insurance (NHP), • The National Agency for Employment (NAE), • The National Health Insurance House, • The National Agency for Social Benefits (NASB) • The Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Innovation (MERYI). The EU/EEA citizens, contributors to the Romanian social security system have the same rights and obligations regarding social security as the Romanian citizens. The main social benefits are: • maternity and sickness benefits; • workplace accidents allowance; • professional illnesses allowance; • disability allowance; • old-age and invalidity pensions; • survivor benefits; • unemployment benefits; • family benefits; • sickness allowance.
  10. 10. The unemployment benefitThe unemployment benefit The unemployment benefit is granted to the unemployed person for periods of time established differently, according to their contribution period, as follows: • 6 months for the persons with a contribution period up to 5 years but not lower than a year; • 9 months for the persons with a contribution period from 5 to 10 years; • 12 months for the persons with a contribution period higher than 10 years. The amount granted monthly is established based on the contribution period, as follows: • 75% of the basic minimum gross wage at national level, in force at the date of its determination, for persons with a contribution period of at least one year; • 75% of the basic minimum gross wage at national level, plus a bonus calculated on the basis of the average monthly basic gross wages from the past 12 months, to which is applied a different percentage quota, according to the contribution period, as follows: • 3% for persons with a contribution period of at least 3 years; • 5% for persons with a contribution period of at least 5 years; • 7% for persons with a contribution period of at least 10 years; • 10% for persons with a contribution period of at least 20 years The graduates of educational institutions and the persons having completed the military service, who are not employed, are entitled to unemployment benefit which consists of a monthly tax-free amount representing 50% of the basic minimum gross wage at national level, in force at the date of its determination. The persons insured by the unemployment insurance contract have the obligation to pay, monthly, a contribution to the unemployed insurance budget, representing a quota of 3.25% applied to the monthly income declared in the unemployment insurance contract. www.anofm.ro (National Agency for Employment)
  11. 11. PensionsPensions The Romanian pension system is based on three pillars. Presently, all economically active age citizens participate in the first pillar (public pensions system) by paying compulsory dues to the social insurance system. The following pension categories are granted in the public system :  old age pension;  early retirement pension;  partial early retirement pension;  disability pension;  survivors pension. In 2009, the standard age for retirement is 58 years and 6 months for women and 63 years and 6 months for men. Starting with September 2007 an established amount of the 9,5% contribution for social insurances paid by the employee will be distributed to the second Pillar of pensions (private pensions fund). The contribution to a private pension fund chosen by the employee is compulsory for economically active persons, with the condition of not overcoming the age of 35 years old and it may be voluntary for persons aged between 35 and 45 years old. As opposed to the first two pillars, the third pillar is fully voluntary. www.cnpas.org (National House of Pensions and Other Social Insurance Rights)
  12. 12. Medical insurance andMedical insurance and healthhealth carecare EU citizens residing in Romania are subject to the same obligations and enjoy the same benefits under the Romanian legislation as Romanian nationals. The health social insurances represent the main financed system of protecting the population health, system that insures the access to a set of basic services for the insured persons. The health social insurances are compulsory. Anyone who is classified as insured shall be entitled to the benefits of the system of health care provision in Romania. Use of such services takes place on the basis of an insurance relationship, based on the payment of a specified amount of contributions. The participation in the social insurance system for citizens of EU Member States may be proved by the European Health Card. The unique national fund of health social insurances is managed by the Health Insurances National House (HINH) and by its territorial units. Certain categories of persons are insured, without paying the insurance contribution: • the children younger than 18 years or persons younger than 26 years, if they study in university; • the persons who are persecuted from political reasons; veterans, invalids and war-widows; • the persons with disabilities who do not earn incomes; • the pregnant and lying-in women if they do not have incomes or their incomes are under the economy-wide basic gross wage. All the persons insured to the health fund benefit from health services such as: medical visits, free prescriptions and hospitalization. www.ms.ro (The Health Ministry) www.cas.ro (The National Health Insurance House)
  13. 13. Education is free and compulsory for children aged between 6 and 16 in the state schools. Suitably-qualified pupils can progress to upper secondary education in general secondary schools, grammar schools, professional schools or vocational institutes. Education legislation The legal basis for the higher education is provided by the Educational Act adopted in 1995. Romania has both public and private higher education institutions. Higher education is provided in education and research institutions: universities, institutes, academies, conservatories and university colleges. Higher education is organised in two types: short-term university education (3 years programs organized in university colleges), and long-term university education (4-6 years, provided in universities, academies, conservatories). The Romanian educational system is based on modern educational strategies and techniques, sustained by the school practice, according to the objectives of every educational level. In schools the official language is Romanian, but there are also used minority’s and international languages. The national educational system has the following levels: - pre-school education: junior group, medium group, senior, group and pre-school preparation group; - primary education: I-IV class; - secondary education, that includes: - Inferior secondary education, organized in two succeeding cycles: gymnasium, the V-VIII classes and the inferior cycle of high-school or school of arts and handcrafts, the IX-X classes; - Superior secondary education: the superior cycle of high-school, the XI-XII/XIII, succeeded in some cases of the addition year; - upper-secondary education; - Superior education: university education and post-graduated education. The school of arts and handcrafts and the addition year constitute the vocational education. After Romania joined the European Union, the citizens from the states of the European Economic Area and of the Swiss Confederation have access to every educational form and levels, in the same conditions as the law provide for the Romanians citizens including also the tuition fee. EducationEducation The recognitionrecognition of diplomas The institution in charge with the recognition of diplomas is The National Centre of Recognition and Equivalency of Diplomas, institution subordinated to the Education, Research, Youth and Sports Ministry. Any document released by a competent authority from a Member State is considered diploma if it refers to training achieved in the UE or EEA. The diplomas should also be recognized by the competent authority from the Member State with an equivalent level of those mentioned above, only if it offers the same right to a regulated profession in the Member State. www.edu.ro (Education, Research and Innovation Ministry) www.europa.eu.int/ Ploteus ( Throughout Portal on Learning Opportunities Europe) www.cnred.edu.ro (The National Centre of Recognition and Equivalency of Diplomas)
  14. 14. Cultural and social lifeCultural and social life Cultural pattern with its specificity can be noticed in all cultural manifestations like literature, architecture, music, theatre, filmmaking. A special attention must be paid to Romanian folklore, one of the richest in Europe, part of the Romanian culture, which constitutes together with other cultural manifestations the voices of authentic Romania. These voices of many genius creators of Romania succeeded over time to make a "beautiful country“ become an "unique country" too. There is a large scale of cultural events such as George Enescu Festival in Bucharest, Fete de la musique (in cities like Bucharest, Arad, Bacău, Brasov, Iasi, Sibiu), the Medieval Art Festival in Sighisoara, Mamaia Pop Music Festival, the Golden Stag from Brasov (pop music festival). There are opportunities to visit theaters in all cities, though most of them are located in Bucharest, which also offers the widest selection in terms of number of plays. Bucharest offers many possibilities for entertainment, like cinemas found all over the city, Botanical Garden, Theaters, Museums, the Opera (both for music as well as for the ballet shows). As a result, the art lovers can enjoy wonderful and relaxing moments. For sport lovers, Romanian cities offer lots of opportunities with various sports facilities. Romania offers a rich tapestry of attractions and experiences unique in Central-Eastern Europe: medieval towns in Transylvania, the world-famous painted Monasteries in Bucovina, traditional villages in Maramures, the magnificent architecture of Bucharest, the romantic Danube Delta, fairy-tale castles, the Black Sea resorts, the majestic Carpathian Mountains, spas and much more.
  15. 15. TransportTransport The main railway lines converge on the Capital that lies in the South-East of the country. Bucharest is Romania’s foremost railway node, with 8 main lines leaving from here, most of which are connected to international routes. The fluvial traffic on the Danube is very intense and the maritime traffic on the Black Sea is also very important. To the railway and river transportation adds the network of public roads in Romania that sum up 198,589 km, including 114 km of highway, 14,696 km of national roads, 36,010 km of county roads, 27,781 km of communal roads, 22, 328 km of streets in towns and 97,660 km of streets in rural localities. Romania also possesses a large network of non-public roads that ensures the access of vehicles to any point on this country’s territory. Like in the railway system, the capital of Romania remains the major road juncture, from where start the routes towards the four cardinal points, some of which are connected to big European motorways, such as the E60 from Hamburg, via Oradea and Bucharest, to Constanta. Beside railways Romania has an extensive network of road and municipal transportation systems, including airlines. Romania’s main airport is the Henri Coanda International Airport, 10 km away from Bucharest, which handles 75% of the passenger and goods traffic. At the northern end of Bucharest lies the Baneasa Airport, which handles especially domestic flights. The internal airlines connect the Capital to Craiova, Timisoara, Arad, Oradea, Sibiu, Cluj-Napoca, Satu Mare, Baia Mare, Targu Mures, Bacau, Iasi, Suceava, Tulcea, Caransebes and Constanta. Several international lines connect Bucharest to the other big cities worldwide. Romania possesses also a fleet of hydroplanes and helicopters. There is local urban transport in all the cities. In Bucharest there is a subway network, with 4 main lines, that links 6 districts (ticket price 3 LEI). The ticket price for local buses is affordable. There are a lot of cab companies in Bucharest. It is recommended to check the price posted on the car doors (the price varies between 1,3LEI/km and 1,9LEI/km). The New Driving Code establishes the speed limits: - on the highways – 130 km/hour; national roads (outside the localities) – 90 km/hour; in the localities is – 50 km/hour. www.tarom.ro (The Romanian Transport Airlines) www.mt.ro (Ministry of Transports) www.voiajcfr.ro (Romanian Railways) www.ratb.ro (Public transport in Bucharest)
  16. 16. Romanian EURES network Nr.crt. Name County Address Phone number 0. MIHALCEA Camelia, EURES Manager Bucuresti ANOFM, Sr.Avalansei, nr.20-22, sector 4, Bucuresti 021 313 91 41 1. NEDELCU Gabriela Bucuresti ANOFM, Str.Avalansei, nr.20-22, sector 4, Bucuresti 021 313 91 41 2. IOSEP Simona Alba AJOFM, Alba Iulia, Str.N.Titulescu, nr.10B, bl.Columna 0258 811470; 0258 811423 int.108 3. SONERIU Adriana Arad AJOFM, Arad, Str.Calugareni, nr.1A 0257 254129; 0257 211230 4. HERISANU Dana Arges AJOFM, Pitesti, Bd.Republicii, nr.11 0248 222415 5. POPA Alina Bacau AJOFM, Bacau, Str.Ionita Sandu Sturza, nr.63 0234 541676; 0234 576736 int.219 6. BURDEAN Simona Bihor AJOFM, Oradea, Str.Transilvaniei, nr.2 0259 433346 7. PREDA Adina Bistrita N. AJOFM, Bistrita, Str.Garii, nr.2-4, et.2 0263 236295; 0263 236296 int.121 8. DROBOTA Gabriela Botosani AJOFM, Botosani, Calea Nationala, nr.85 0231 536793; 0231 536791 9. DRAGHICI Ioana Brasov AJOFM, Str.Lunga, nr.1A, Brasov 0268 416879, int.240, int.233; 0268 472933 10. DAN Mihai Catalin Braila AJOFM, Bd.Dorobantilor, nr.603-605 0239 610795 11. PAUN Alina Bucuresti AMOFM, Str.Spatarul Preda, nr.12, sector 5, Bucuresti 021 316 55 08 int.233; 021 316 81 42 int.233
  17. 17. 12. STANESCU Monica Buzau AJOFM, Buzau, Str.Unirii, bl.01, parter 0238 722540 13. MITRICA Ramaian Caras Severin AJOFM, Resita, str.T.Lalescu, nr.17 0255 212380 14. PETCU Cornelia Calarasi AJOFM, Calarasi, Str.13 Decembrie, nr.12 0242 318377; 0242 318376 int.110 15. BOSCA Ciprian Cluj AJOFM, Cluj, Str.George Cosbuc, nr.2 0264 590227 int.391 16. MUCEANU Elena Constanţa AJOFM, Constanta, Str. Lacului, nr.14 0241 481553 17. GOCZ Camelia Covasna AJOFM, Sf.Gheorghe, Bd.Gen.G.Balan, nr.14 0267 312157 int.112, int.108 18. SOARE Valentina Dambovita AJOFM, Str.T.Vladimirescu, nr.1A, Targoviste 0245 615932; 0245 213916 19. DUMITRIU Simona Dolj AJOFM, Craiova, Str.Eugeniu Carada, nr.13 A 0251 306100 int.124 20. IOAN Mihaela Galati AJOFM, Galati, Str.Domneasca, nr.191 0236 412262 21. DOGARU Gratiela Giurgiu AJOFM, Giurgiu, Sos.Bucuresti, Bl.202/5D, mezanin 0246 230613 int.113 22. VADUVA Diana Gorj AJOFM, Tg.Jiu, Str.Lt.Col.D.Popescu, nr.1 0253 211568 23. VIRAGH Zsuzsanna Harghita AJOFM, Miercurea Ciuc, Bd.Fratiei, nr.2 0266 310810 24. PLESEA Andrea Hunedoara AJOFM, Deva, Piata Unirii, nr.2 0254 216151; 0741 819993; 0741 819994 25. LAZAR Steluta Ialomita AJOFM, Slobozia, Str.Lacului, nr.10 0243 231809
  18. 18. 26. SIRGHIE Adriana Iasi AJOFM, Iasi, Str.Cucu, nr.1 0232 254578 27. COSMA Stefan Ilfov AJOFM, Bucuresti, Str.Ruginoasa, nr.4, sector 4 021 3302014; 021 3332378 28. GEORGESCU Magda Maramures AJOFM, Baia Mare, Str.Hortensiei nr.1 0262 227821; 0262 227820 29. MARINESCU Sorin Mehedinti AJOFM, Dr.Turnu Severin, Bd.Carol, nr.3 0252 319029; 319061 int 18 30. MOGOS Maria Mures AJOFM, Tg.Mures, Str.Iuliu Maniu, nr.2 0265 266553 31. BULGARU Adrian Neamt AJOFM, Piatra Neamt, Str.Privighetorii, nr.21, bl.B1, parter 0233 237780 int.105 32. TANE Elena Olt AJOFM, Slatina, Str.Prelungirea Crisan, nr.2 0249 411002; 0249 438595 int.118 33. OPRITA Cristiana Prahova AJOFM, Ploiesti, Str.Nicolae Iorga, nr.1 0244 577380 34. STAN Ioana Satu Mare AJOFM, Str.Ion Ghica, nr.36 0261 770237; 0261770238 35. SABADUS Lucian Salaj AJOFM, Zalau, Str.T.Vladimirescu, bl.P40 0260 612463; 0260 616317 36. BABA Lucia Adriana Sibiu AJOFM, Sibiu, Str.Morilor, nr.51 A 0269 231416 37. AVRAM Carmen Suceava AJOFM, Suceava, Str.T.Vladimirescu, F.N. 0230 523279 int.104 38. DOBRESCU Isabela Teleorman AJOFM, Alexandria, Str.Dunarii, nr.1 0247 315915 int.303 39. POTANG Simona Timis AJOFM, Timisoara, Bd.Republicii, nr.21 0256 228877; 0256 294231 40. DIACONU Elena Tulcea AJOFM Tulcea, Str.Grigore Antipa, nr.10 0240 512298 41. TOPORASCU Laura Vaslui AJOFM, Vaslui, Str.Spiru Haret, nr.5 0235 312559; 0235 369938; 0235 318184 42. COCHIRLEA Liviu Valcea AJOFM, Rm.Valcea, str.Dacian nr.8 0350 419715 43. NEDELCU Mircea Vrancea AJOFM, Focsani, Bd.Unirii,53A 0237 224677; 224678; 239059

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