MOI

Migration Directorate

 

Long-Term and Permanent Residence in Bulgaria for EU Citizens and Their Family Members. Long-Term Residence Permit

If you are an EU citizen, holder of a valid ID card or passport, you can reside in Bulgaria for a period of up to three months following your entry into the country. You must then apply for a long-term residence permit.

To obtain a long-term residence permit, you need to provide the following document and complete the following steps depending on whether you are:

• Employed or Self-Employed

• Insured or Self-Funded

• Studying in Bulgaria

• EU National who is a Family Members of a EU National

• Non-EU National who is a Family Member of a EU National

Permanent Residence Permit

If you have resided legally in Bulgaria for a period of five years on the basis of a consecutive long-term residence permit, you and your family members are entitled to a permanent residence permit.

To obtain a permanent residence permit, you need to provide the following documents and complete the following steps:

• Permanent Residence Permit

For further information and feedback, please contact your local Migration office or call +359 (2) 982 4808, email: [email protected]

 

 

 

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