The General Consulate of Romania in New York will organize a temporary consulate in Boston, Massachusetts on April 15 and 16th.
Friday, April 15 : 2pm – 6pm
Saturday, April 16 : 9am – 1pm
Location to be announced soon.
The following consular services are offered (in Romanian):
– Autentificare înscrisuri (procuri, declaraţii);
– Depunerea cererilor privind clarificarea cetățeniei române;
– Transcriere acte de stare civilă;
– Procurare acte din România (acte de stare civilă, cazier judiciar);
– Eliberare acte pentru care cererile au fost depuse în prealabil (paşapoarte, acte de
stare civilă, acte procurate din România).
Due to technical restrictions, they cannot process requests for passports or travel titles.
Citizens are required to make an appointment by Tuesday, the 12th of April, by sending an email to: email@example.com.
The consulate recommends all romanian citizens who require services and documents to come with identification documents and any other documents as required on the Consulte of New York web site (in Romanian): newyork.mae.ro.
Watching the finals of the most important soccer competitions among Romanians has been a tradition within the Association of Romanians in New England (AR-NE) since 2010. This year, we are inviting you to join us on the occasion of the 2015 European Champions League Final, which will be played on the Olympic Stadium (Olympiastadion”) in Berlin, Germany. As usual, we will serve a variety of appetizers, as well as the traditional Romanian sausages (“mici”).
The Association of Romanians in New England (AR-NE), Romanians in Boston and EERC invites you to join us at the Arnold Arboretum for a picnic on Lilac Sunday. Of the thousands of flowering plants in the Arboretum, only one, the lilac, is singled out each year for a daylong celebration. With more than 370 lilac plants of 176 kinds, the Arboretum holds one of the premier lilac collections in North America. Tours of the lilacs, family activities, food vendors, and picnicking (on this special day only) make for a memorable day. Be a part of this beloved Boston tradition!
Sunday, May 10th, 2015, 11am-4pm
Meeting spot: Square 14 (birch trees on the hill) marked with “X” on the map below.
Entrance to the park is free.